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The Periodic Table of SEO | Red Crow Marketing

The Periodic Table of SEO | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
Whoever said SEO isn't a science, has either never done it or has never been successful with it. At #RedCrow, we have our PhD in #SEO.
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Whoever said Search Engine Optimization (SEO) isn’t a science, has either never done it or has never been successful with it. At #RedCrow, we have our PhD in #SEO.

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How Do #Hashtags Affect My #SEO? | Red Crow Marketing

How Do #Hashtags Affect My #SEO? | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
#Hashtags now go beyond being used only for discovering the latest trending topics. They can now add value to your #SEO campaign and, by using them properly on social media, you can drive long-term, steady referral traffic back to your site.
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If you’re a social media novice, #hashtags — those short links preceded by the pound sign (#) — may seem confusing and unnecessary. But they are integral to the way we communicate online, and it’s important to know how to use them. This article explains how they work and how they affect your SEO.

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Email Still Most Effective Marketing For Law Firms | Red Crow Marketing

Email Still Most Effective Marketing For Law Firms | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
Sending a regular email newsletter continues to be one of the most effective and least expensive ways for attorneys to market themselves.
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Every year, email marketing service provider MailerMailer provides a report on email marketing metrics across 34 different industries, including Legal. Here is their 2015 report that was just released.

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Is it time to hire an agency to clean up your online reputation? | Red Crow Marketing

Is it time to hire an agency to clean up your online reputation? | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
A positive and visible online reputation is imperative for companies to grow and maintain their business today. Let’s face it, we are all busy and the thought adding even one more thing to your plate can be overwhelming. So we shove it to the side and continue ignoring until it …
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Should you hire an ad agency? Yes, because trying to clean up bad reviews and stay on top of reviews, responding back to them takes to much time and money.  You have to hire staff.  This effects your bottom dollar.  This article has a great list to determine if you need an ad agency in springfield missouri.

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Text Education: 18 Unwritten Rules of Text Messaging | FlashTechllc.com Blog

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Love it. And all of these are so true.

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How to Respond to a Social Media Crisis |

How to Respond to a Social Media Crisis | | Social Media | Scoop.it
Review the crisis responses of three brands and find seven steps to help manage your own brand's reputation in the face of crisis.

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What is your Marketing Priority? | Red Crow Marketing

What is your Marketing Priority? | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
Statistically, it costs an average of 1/10 of much to retain customers as it does to acquire new ones, so you might see why I think these are very practical objectives to always strive for. What is your Marketing Priority?
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Are you focusing on your current customers or are you focusing on attaining new customers?  Which should your marketing focus on? Did you know that statistics show it costs 1/10 to retain a customer than to acquire a new one? This article spells it out for you.

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How do I use #hashtags? | Red Crow Marketing

How do I use #hashtags? | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
#Hashtags aren’t going to be going away anytime soon. Here is a Beginner’s Guide to #HASHTAGS. With this guide, you'll be hashtagging like a pro in no time.
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Great How To article on using #hastags

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Bad reviews: A disappearing act | Red Crow Marketing

Bad reviews: A disappearing act | Red Crow Marketing | Social Media | Scoop.it
Like in a magic show, making a bad review disappear isn’t true magic – it’s a slight of hand! Removing a review is nearly impossible, but moving it isn’t. Let me explain… There’s good news and bad news when it comes to online reviews. The good news is a business can’t …
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What should you do with Bad reviews? How should you handle them? 

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The Consumer Has Control. A Good Strategy can Help.

The Consumer Has Control. A Good Strategy can Help. | Social Media | Scoop.it
If it feels like we are not in control of the market place anymore, it’s because we’re not. Thanks to the internet, the consumer is... but we can help.
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I never realized how much consumers are bomb bared with on a daily basis. As a Marketer, How are we supposed to get our message heard and get consumers to act on.

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The Fishing Enthusiast Blog: April Saltwater Lure of the Month: Luhr Jensen Pet Spoon

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Get great lures like this one when you sign up for #FishingEnthusiast "Lure of the Month" membership. A great gift for any fisherman / angler. 

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DNR to ban the use of lead in fishing bait - The Badger Herald

DNR to ban the use of lead in fishing bait - The Badger Herald | Social Media | Scoop.it

Fisherman stocking their #bait #boxes will want to leave out lead #tackles after they were recently banned on some #Northern #Wisconsin lakes. 


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