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SEO Traffic 2014: Your One-Stop Reference Guide for Non-SEOs

SEO Traffic 2014: Your One-Stop Reference Guide for Non-SEOs | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
Google search engine traffic is a doozy. So how do we, non-SEOs, get a shot at it? My SEO Traffic 2014 guide for non-SEOs will show you how.

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this is the best reference I've seen for SEO, recommended reading for anyone who wants their blog posts listed on Google.

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Kimberly Castleberry's curator insight, January 29, 2014 10:41 PM

You know I follow this stuff closely and I think Ana did a superb job summarizing what is going on at this time. 

Francine Bishop's curator insight, January 30, 2014 6:12 PM

Great summary to get search traffic for non-SEO's. 

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How To Spot A Dangerous Email Attachment

How To Spot A Dangerous Email Attachment | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
Emails can be dangerous. Reading the contents of an email should be safe if you have the latest security patches, but  email attachments can be harmful. Any type of file can be attached to an email, including .exe program files.

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I've almost been caught a couple of times, when the email looked very much like the "real thing".  Lucky I refrained from clicking and looked carefully first!    Have a look at these tips, so you don't click on a dangerous attachment.

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Kimberly Castleberry's curator insight, January 22, 2014 1:33 AM

Even pro computer users can sometimes benefit from a quick refresher on warning signs of a dangerous email... and intermediate or novice users really need to read this. Staying safe is really important. A computer virus can set you back weeks and a bank account hacking can set you back literally years. 

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SEO Traffic 2014: Your One-Stop Reference Guide for Non-SEOs

SEO Traffic 2014: Your One-Stop Reference Guide for Non-SEOs | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
Google search engine traffic is a doozy. So how do we, non-SEOs, get a shot at it? My SEO Traffic 2014 guide for non-SEOs will show you how.

Via Kimberly Castleberry
Julieanne van Zyl's insight:

this is the best reference I've seen for SEO, recommended reading for anyone who wants their blog posts listed on Google.

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Kimberly Castleberry's curator insight, January 29, 2014 10:41 PM

You know I follow this stuff closely and I think Ana did a superb job summarizing what is going on at this time. 

Francine Bishop's curator insight, January 30, 2014 6:12 PM

Great summary to get search traffic for non-SEO's. 

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The Do’s And Don’ts of Blog Commenting [Infographic]

The Do’s And Don’ts of Blog Commenting [Infographic] | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
Getting Blog Commenting Right - Without Screwing Up! Building your reputation, addressing items of concern in the post, engaging with new people, meeting an in(...)
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This infographic explains all you need to know about commenting on blogs.

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Dissecting WordPress: Customizing footer.php | @thetorquemag

Dissecting WordPress: Customizing footer.php | @thetorquemag | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
My journey to WordPress began by learning basic HTML, laboriously typed out in Notepad. Over the years I added CSS, then some JavaScript, to gain a bit of interaction with website viewers. File “includes” for reusable page elements like a header and footer, or a menu, made building websites a bit more streamlined—though I still did a lot of hand-coding—and I was comfortable with it. I knew of the existence of WordPress, and CMS systems, and eventually the day came when I sat down and committed to learning WordPress so I could turn over sites to clients and they could update their own content, rather than call me for changes.

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I did the same thing with my first wordpress blogs - changed the code.  If you don't mind code, it's quite often much quicker to change something and get it just how you want it!

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3 Different Kinds of Optin Forms for your WordPress Blog Sidebar

3 Different Kinds of Optin Forms for your WordPress Blog Sidebar | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
Here’s 3 video tutorials showing step by step how to create an opt in form using an aweber template, using your own background image and with an image of an ebook on one side of the form.
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See how to easily create these forms on Aweber autoresponder, then add them to your blog, to create professional forms.

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How Context Strengthens Your Entire Marketing Funnel - HubSpot

How Context Strengthens Your Entire Marketing Funnel - HubSpot | Blogging for Network Marketers | Scoop.it
How context can be applied to every stage in your funnel -- making your marketing all the more powerful.

 

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The implications of applying context to your content are huge. Your marketing results improve when you deliver more relevant messages to your prospects based on what you already know about them; and your campaigns are supercharged when you can deliver the same consistent message across every medium your prospects see. You can even have a huge impact on your sales team’s performance. In the same way a snowball grows as it rolls down a hill, you accumulate more and more data about your leads with each and every marketing touch point as they move through your funnel. And when the time is right for your sales team to reach out, that data can be transformative to their processes.


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Keep content and message consistent all the way through your marketing funnel

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marketingIO's curator insight, February 21, 2013 8:30 AM

The article is an excellent resource: it drills down to the specific components of your marketing, and how context can be applied to the delivered content. Strongly recommend bookmarking and incorporating into your marketing automation efforts.


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