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The 10 Super Bowl XLVII Commercials That Blew Up the Biggest in Social Media

The 10 Super Bowl XLVII Commercials That Blew Up the Biggest in Social Media | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
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As we can see here due to social media, life will never be the same. Content that used to take the rest of the world at least hours, or even days, to become knowledgable of; now takes a matter if seconds. Anything can go viral now adays thanks to social media.

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Cody Davis's comment, February 6, 2013 8:17 AM
This is a great over view of how something on tv can be seen by millions of people. If these commercials meant something to you most people would go on youtube then post it to facebook/twiter or maybe they would just long on the them social media websites and share them.
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Kao: An Experiment in User-Experience Engineering | Hattery

Kao: An Experiment in User-Experience Engineering | Hattery | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
Cristobal Chao, our engineering intern, discovers that sometimes you need to create a new tool for the job at hand.

Via Jean Schiller
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This article is very useful in helping website designers make their website easy to use, and overall adding value to the consumers experience.

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Scriffon - Web writing for everyone

Scriffon - Web writing for everyone | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
A writing-publishing website made for everyone. Completely free, as easy as ABC.

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
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This scoop is very interesting. It teaches you about many ways to write on the web with different styles and tones. It is important that everything which goes on the web is respectable and preferably understandable. Once you post something to the internet, you can never get it back and who knows where it goes. These are some insightful tips on how to properly write on the web!

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Do you know your mobile users' experience? If not, start measuring ...

Do you know your mobile users' experience? If not, start measuring ... | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
By Janet Jaiswal. Before marketers invest more time and effort to growing and maturing their mobile marketing strategy, they need to understand their mobile users better. At first glance, it might seem like a good idea to take ...

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It is important to understand the users of your website. Much of the internet surfing is done on mobile devices now adays, this is why it is extremely important to understand this market of website users.

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Users Prefer Facebook when Sharing Product Information

Users Prefer Facebook when Sharing Product Information | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
Companies need to know where their customers get their information on products prior to purchasing them in order to monitor those channels for insights and brands’ image and to see whether they can improve their presence and offer support and/or...

Via Jean Schiller
Emily's insight:

In this day in age, website usability has become much more friendly. With websites such as Facebook, the majority of the North American population uses these sights, therefore they are familiar with them making them much more user friendly. Therefore, when trying to convey information it is best to do it on a popular sight, which most people already are familiar with using.

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Sarah Miller's curator insight, March 11, 2013 8:02 AM

For websire usability I found that the most common form of transferring information between people was to use social media websites.The most common website being Facebook. This is because Facebook is still the most popular social media website of out the hundreds that are currently out there. It is easiest on Facebook to share information and for thousands of people to see what you have shared and to like it. 

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The 10 Super Bowl XLVII Commercials That Blew Up the Biggest in Social Media

The 10 Super Bowl XLVII Commercials That Blew Up the Biggest in Social Media | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
Emily's insight:

As we can see here due to social media, life will never be the same. Content that used to take the rest of the world at least hours, or even days, to become knowledgable of; now takes a matter if seconds. Anything can go viral now adays thanks to social media.

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Cody Davis's comment, February 6, 2013 8:17 AM
This is a great over view of how something on tv can be seen by millions of people. If these commercials meant something to you most people would go on youtube then post it to facebook/twiter or maybe they would just long on the them social media websites and share them.
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Predictions: What Business Owners Should Expect From Google and SEO in 2013

Predictions: What Business Owners Should Expect From Google and SEO in 2013 | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
From new algorithm changes to securing the right kinds of backlinks, some insight on the year ahead.
Emily's insight:

Google has mastered the art of the internet. With proper Search Engine Optimization, marketers have the chance to gain a lot of hits with Google. In order to do this they must ensure that they have key words regarding their product/website, and that the key words are used continuously throughout the article so that Google will easily find it.

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Cody Davis's comment, January 28, 2013 11:36 AM
this is a great insight on google. It is one of the biggest if not the biggest Search Eninge. In the article it tells you where google is going in the future and what to expect out of it.
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Three Proven Social Media SEO Opportunities - Marketing Land

Three Proven Social Media SEO Opportunities - Marketing Land | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
Part of having a successfully combined social media and SEO online marketing strategy includes staying up to date with changes and keeping profiles and website content current. The relevancy of content and social media ...
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I chose to scoop this particular article because it teaches people with websites how to potentially optimize their search engine optimization. With these tips, it would be easier for someone to learn a few methods on how to obtain our main objective with search engine marketing- to be in the top few search results. This way more and more people will take interest in your website, causing more traffic to go there and more people to hear about your product or service.

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Cody Davis's comment, January 28, 2013 10:23 AM
I agree with Emily's insight on this website becuase not only dose it not give you more links to your page to increase your ranking in the Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), but it allows you to upload pictures of your company that is linked to your current website. Doing this will allow google or other search engines to take pictures of yor company for the social midea and when someone uses key words in such things as google images a photo of yoru company will come up and this will increase your SEO
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The Changing Writing Process | Writing and the Web

The Changing Writing Process | Writing and the Web | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it

Writing online is not about just posting work that was completed by using a pencil. It’s about creating work online using tools that change the way we write. “Web 2.0 challenges the artificial compartmentalization of research and writing that often characterizes instruction in composition classes” (Purdy, 2010, p. 48). Tools allow us to plan, create, edit, revise, share and get feedback in a whole new way. Writing with new tools and with new mediums means new skills, new proficiencies, and new opportunities.


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Emily's insight:

This is a very neat scoop on how writing on the web, and on the computer has changed our entire creative writting experience. It shows us how, with writing on the web, we can create new opportunities, proficiencies etc.

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Social Me Skylar!

Social Me Skylar! | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
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Writing for the web can be done in many different fashions and for many different purposes such as; advertising, communicating, blogging etc. However, we all know that the main reason for writing for the web (at least in this generation) is Social Media updates! This article is informative about the best way to approach social media updating, however lets face it... Who cares! We write what's on our minds at any given time anyways, right?!
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Top 10 Mistakes in Web Design (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox)

Top 10 Mistakes in Web Design (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox) | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
The 10 most egregious offenses against users. Web design disasters and HTML horrors are legion, though many usability atrocities are less common than they used to be.

Via Jean Schiller
Emily's insight:

It is important to consider all demographics when considering your website usability. The internet is very diverse, therefore keep it simple! In order to create your website in a way which it is usable to all people, it is important to understand what not to do first!

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Meagan Cooper's curator insight, March 3, 2013 11:41 AM

I thought this scoop had really good insight on the mistakes people make when designing a website. i believe that keeping it simple is the best choice to make when making choices on website usability. I know if i go to a website i want it to be as easy and unstressful as possible. Reading about the top 10 mistakes in web design will make sure that any person creating a web page doesn't make the same mistakes as others have in the past, aswell as help optimize visitors to their website.

Cody Davis's curator insight, March 11, 2013 8:20 AM

This is a great Scoop that i looked into and readed over. This gives your the top ten insights on what not to do for the web design. Some of the mayjor mistakes is bad search, Size of your font, not changing color of visible links and not answering questions. You can also go in to great depth and detail on how you can make sure you will not do this mistakes.

 

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Twitter Marketing: How to use Twitter for Business

Do you use Twitter for your business?

Are you wondering how Twitter can help you build relationships?

To learn about Twitter marketing and how it can help your business, I interview Mark W. Schaefer for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.

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The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show from Social Media Examiner.

It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.

The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).

In this episode, I interview Mark Schaefer, author of Return on Influence and The Tao of Twitter. He’s also a marketing faculty member at Rutgers University and he blogs at Grow.


Via Martin Gysler
Emily's insight:

Social Media has become an essential part of the Marketing Mix for virtually every business out there. Social Media can make a business go viral, when they are potentially geographically inadequate to do so otherwise.

With these tips on how to market a business on social media, anyone can read them and know the basics to marketing your company.

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Martin Gysler's curator insight, January 18, 2013 6:04 AM

Yes, to be a good tweeter, it’s an art.


A lot of good ideas and insight, how you can become one.

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The State of SEO: What’s Working Now - Neil Patel

The State of SEO: What’s Working Now - Neil Patel | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it

"There is no doubt that SEO has changed a lot over the last 12 months. I remember the days when SEOs, including me, focused our time and energy on boosting our rankings. We would track all of our keywords and watch them go up as we built links.

 

And although some SEOs still do this, I myself haven’t tracked my rankings in over a year.

 

Why? Because SEO has turned into a long tail game.

 

But before I get into how you can build up your long tail traffic, here is why you should focus your SEO efforts on the long tail".

 

Read More Here: http://www.quicksprout.com/2013/01/21/the-state-of-seo-whats-working-now/


Via Antonino Militello
Emily's insight:

SEO has changed tremendously throughout the last few years, as life progresses. However, it is still a very essential tool for people who are marketing online. With SEO people can guarantee that people will see their product more often online, they just have to ensure that they keep up to date with their key words, and their websites. When people go to their website first it is mostly because of SEO, however, for people to go back it is because the website has everything they need and is easy to read and understand.

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ibs's comment, January 22, 2013 8:05 AM
Great post.. that's what I have seen too. Longer tail searches is the one. Monitoring what people search for when they click through to your site is key too. Thanks for the insightful post.
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5 Deadly Sins of SEO and Online Marketing

5 Deadly Sins of SEO and Online Marketing | Search engine optimzation | Scoop.it
How to steer clear of the most fatal marketing mistakes.
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This website is extrememly helpful in order to teach us what NOT to do when we are trying to obtain Search Engine Optimization, and to also optimize our online advertising. This website tells us 5 things not to do, in order to not make "the most fatal marketing mistakes".

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Sarah Miller's curator insight, January 18, 2013 8:27 AM

What NOT to do while pursuing Online Marketing