You've got content on your site that doesn't intentionally target any keyword. But how do you identify those opportunities and, most importantly, capitalize on them? In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand illustrates the process of creating your own content-to-keyword map to discover where to optimize, what content to build, and how to intelligently target keywords when you're auditing a site.
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Facebook has released a new report which looks at the different ways in which people use Facebook and Instagram, providing some great context for marketers as to what content is generating the best response.
WordPress is most widely used open-source CMS platform that has a lot to offer for developers. If you are fresher, you can learn a lot through its official resources like WordPress.org, WordPressTV, WPBeginner etc.
Without ever getting into YouTube, you can do short videos on several social media sites. On Vine, they last six seconds, Instagram they are 15 seconds, and on Google+, LinkedIn, and Facebook the videos can be as long as 2–3 minutes. Once videos are created, they can also be pinned on Pinterest.
The problem with multitasking is that it just doesn’t work as well as we think it does.
The efficiency myth has been debunked by numerous experts and studies. For example, research from Stanford revealed that the more people multitask, the more they are training their brain to be scattered, and the less they are able to be creative or develop emotional intelligence. Another study from the suggested that your IQ can drop as much as if you’d missed a night of sleep. And the American Psychological Association revealed that a group of studies proved that workers performing juggling acts were actually costing a lot more time and increasing the chance of errors. Overall, this degrades your brain’s executive function as well as damaging your productivity.
A year ago, Arlan Hamilton was bouncing from couch to couch chasing a dream. Now, she's leading a $5 million venture fund focused on finding the most promising female, minority, and LGBT entrepreneurs.
Robert Herjavec compares hackers to professional burglars. “If they want to break in, there’s nothing you can do,” he tells Entrepreneurduring a phone interview. “But you can have an alarm, a safe and a dog to stop them from getting away with anything once they’re in.” (He has all of the above following a recent burglary at one …
Earlier this month, Dr. John Helliwell gave a wonderful presentation at our Estate Planning Council meeting. His topic was the “Science of Happiness” and he shared insights on the state of global happiness as described in the World Happiness...
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