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How to generate revenue from blogging and content marketing

How to generate revenue from blogging and content marketing | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it
An infographic highlighting the revenue generating opportunities of content marketing...


**Companies that blog get up to 55%more traffic


**They also get up to 97% more inbound links (which search engines like!)


**They can get up to 434% more indexed pages in search engines


**Blogging companies get up to 25x times more business leads


Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Marketing, Social Media & Beyond"


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Plusketeers = Google+ Monetization and Social Good

Plusketeers = Google+ Monetization and Social Good | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

Quote: "When you see this, you'll share it."  This is a solid example of social media to do good.  


Google+ and monetization are the infrastructures featured in the human stories.


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Two of the millions worldwide who are part of “The Culture that Crawls.” They are victims of landmines, poor nutrition, crocodile bites and agent orange. They are spat upon, looked down upon and all but forgotten.


What do these people who crawl have to do with monetizing Hangouts?


Fifteen years ago out of a one stall garage in Columbia, Missouri, a gentleman by the name of Mel West built a mobility device to navigate places where wheelchairs can’t go for instance in the mountains or the jungle.


All it took were three wheels, a few pieces of wood, a hand crank, and a chair. Today, it’s a called a P.E.T. cart or Personal Energy Transportation device. Initially, this device was intended to mobilize one man in Zaire, Africa.


Fifteen years later, with the help of volunteers, he's mobilized more than 30,000 people in 93 countries worldwide. Even though it was a tiny one-car garage, Mel used his platform for good.

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