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SEO is about infusing the umbrella of your brand through the following five actions. 1. On page optimization-This is the topic of this SEO Shorts where we cover content marketing Next will be on page optimization 2. Links 3. Social Noise 4. NAPS/Citations 5. Metrics https://soundcloud.com/timokeefe/content-marketing-seo-shorts-5
If you do not know Robert Cialdini's work then you must right now go out and buy his books Influence and Yes. Why? If you have studied any marketing at all then you have researched direct response and the great copywriters like John Carlton, and...
Tim O'Keefe's insight:
Six drivers that cause influence to happen automatically
When it comes to social media, it’s a pretty well-known fact that images automatically do well. Users are attracted to visuals much more than they are plain text. However, sharing an image that isn’t the right size can be terrible for you or your brand.
SurePayroll has created an infographic (featured below), giving you the inside scoop on making sure your image is perfect, no matter where you choose to share it.
From Twitter and Facebook, to Pinterest and Tumblr, this infographic has guidelines for getting your image sizing right on the seven most popular social media sites. The next time you have an image you’d like to share, double check the size before posting to ensure that your picture isn’t too big – or too small – to make an impact....
No matter what others say, SEO is not dead and neither is link building. Actually, SEO has been dead for years, for those who failed to adapt to the ever changing rules and increased requirements on skills, tools, details and perseverance.
Five years ago, one could easily buy his ranking position. A little bit of these and a little bit of those links, and you are on the first page. Well, that time is long gone.
Link building is not dead, it just reached a new level of complexity and is now more advanced than ever before.
Read on and learn more about smart link building techniques. You will learn how to build links without hurting your search rankings and see which tools can help you find the best links....
Somewhere in between Sales 101 and our first time in the "Sales Box" of a car dealership, most of us came up with what professionalism should and should not be. I think most decide, "whatever I just went thru in that dealership is what I don't want to do to people".
NAR has somehow led an industry that is wrought with lightweight sales training and has defined (better said, mislead) what should be the definition of professionalism. The behemoth organization's attempt at adding professional designations that require time and money by the "flock", but in reality add little value to an agents bottom line.
We share top notch tactics to get content watched and read and picked up by the engines. This is the start of the SEO advice that I gave Barry Cunningham that prompted him to get rapid results within a month and give me three unsolicited testimonials on Facebook as he broke through another Google barrier. At the end of the talk he shares his own ninja secrets for how he promotes his content on Facebook.
Be The PIed Piper in I just penned another post for you. It is packed with lessons and this one comes with a ton of links for reference and your own personal study. The post is called Why Your Social Media Effort is Failing. http://www.socializedseo.com/why-your-social-efforts-are-failing/ Probably the most important word in the whole piece is "demonstrate". This is my favorite marketing word in 2015. Why? Because while the vast majority of your competitors are waiting for a client. You can be demonstrating and syndicating to the internet why you are the most valuable business for them.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.