In part 1, I briefly touched on the importance of visual content and ways you could go about creating it. Did you know that on Facebook, photo albums, pictures, and videos get 180%, 120%, and 100% more engagement respectively?
Before you give up on direct marketing and throw all your resources into creating the next viral dancing cat sensation, consider using a combination of inbound and outbound marketing tactics. Although it's exciting to see how ...
Many of those who pursue link building have had a tough year. Google's verbal and physical assault on link building practices has been unrelenting. Here's a comprehensive review of all that goes into deciding what to do in link building these days.
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Business 2 Community 3 Off Site SEO Tactics that Reward Better Organic Ranking Business 2 Community When it comes to achieving good organic ranking, there are two sides of the SEO coin: on site and off site.
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, answers a question about image search in his latest Webmaster Help video where a user writes in to ask: Does Google use EXIF data from pictures as a ranking factor?
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SEOImages I've been discussing some of the more overlooked areas of SEO in some recent blogs - The Common Misconceptions of SEO and Taking Advantage of Yahoo! and Bing. Now, let's take a look at an area that is ...
Whether you're writing something technical or scientific, or you're writing for the general public, Google's Matt Cutts suggests the key to success is a focus on clarity above all else â€“ making sure both experts and regular folks can understand.
Entrepreneur How to Protect Your Website From Negative SEO Entrepreneur The entire SEO industry experienced a major transformation over the past two years. As a result, many online marketers have dramatically changed their strategies.
There might be some confusion as to what the differences are between online, inbound, social media, and content marketing. Let me tell you briefly what these four marketing efforts are not, then I will let a “friend” explain what they are and...
Is it possible there was a time when we weren't chasing algorithms and we were focused purely on engaging our audience? When the goal for ad agencies was writing great copy that was memorable and that spoke to the (human) reader?
Qué bonito. Hemos llegado al momento dónde los meta tags deben seducir no solo hablar.
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