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Direct Quotations - APA Referencing for Nursing students - Library Guides at GippsTAFE

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Search Ranking Factors: Rank Correlation for 2013 Infographic

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With regular algorithm updates, search engine optimization is a game with ever changing rules. What helped websites achieve top position in search rankings last year (sometimes even last quarter) is frequently no longer a high priority or even relevant to current SEO strategies. To help digital marketers better understand the factors that determine which websites rank higher in search results than others Searchmetrics, a leading search analytics technology company,  recently published their Ranking Factor – Rank Correlation study. The study evaluated factors that differentiate better-positioned websites from pages placed further back in the Google.com organic search results, and compared those factors to rankings in 2012 to current rankings in 2013  to determine changes and trends.


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The Science Of The Perfect Pinterest Post [Infographic] - Business 2 Community

The Science Of The Perfect Pinterest Post [Infographic] - Business 2 Community | Online learning | Scoop.it

Data-Driven Pinterest Pins

Pinterest is an amazing, image-driven platform, that can drive a substantial amount of traffic.

But what does it take to get a Pinterest pin to capture enough attention to get re-pinned and potentially go viral?

What are the requirements for the perfectly pinnable Pinterest pin?

That was the question asked by Curalate, in their recent study, and this new infographic will help you see what they saw when they put 500,000 images under the “microscope” for review!

In addition to this data, HubSpot provides some do’s and don’ts for optimizing your content for Pinterest. Including things such as: Keep your descriptions short and hashtag-rich. Don’t use shortened links. Include price information. Verify your pinterest account.

But what about optimizing the image itself? That’s what Curalate set out to answer…


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