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Keeping It Fresh: Monthly Blog Posts

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  • 24 Jan 2018
Putting out regular content is important. It may not seem like much, but periodic posts about topics that might seem random to you tells your customers that you’re paying attention to your website and sharing your business. You are active and engaged, which shows enthusiasm. There are many great reasons to get active and post updates

Royalty Free Image Search for Search Engine Optimization

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  • 02 Jul 2016
All blog posts should have at least one image. A featured image and something in the article to capture the attention and break things up. Good pictures, however, can be hard to find. Using them can be a challenge, too, and that’s the focus of one of our older posts. There are a few things to

Creating Search Engine Friendly Content: Contriving Creative & Concise Pages & Articles

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  • 28 Oct 2015
Content has always remained “KING” on the web. Always. However, how that content is created and distributed is ever-changing. You may have read one of our previous articles about content creation and marketing like… An Outline to Creating Content For your Website Copywriting for SEO —> NO <— it’s NOT easy! DIY – Blogging With

How Social Media Technology is Altering Business Processes Today

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  • 31 Dec 2014
Although social media was initially designed for more personal use, giving individuals multiple ways of staying connected with their friends and family, now businesses have caught on and are starting to use it to market their goods and services, provide new customer service outlets, and engage more directly with their customers than ever before. Therefore,

Easily Build WordPress Blog Traffic & Grow Online Revenue

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  • 28 Oct 2014
Busy blogging but not seeing the fruits of your efforts?  Syed Balkhi  presented an excellent session at Social Media Success Summit on ways to significantly increase your WordPress blog traffic and revenue.  Want to learn how?  Syed has millions of followers, and he promised to share these secrets: Actionable insights Twitter tip that increased traffic

Twitter Tools to Drive More Traffic to Your Content & Products

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  • 24 Oct 2014
Erik Fisher, the community manager of Social Media Examiner (we love you guys!!!) had some great Twitter insights in his Social Media Success Summit session.  Definitely ‘must share’ info and tips here, read on! Everyone’s Common Twitter Complication: What to tweet???  Consider balancing Creation vs Curation.  You need both to create dynamic Twitter traffic.  But there

Learn the 6 Steps to Successful Lead Nurturing

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  • 04 Dec 2012
Are you questioning whether leads will pay off for your business? Act-On can help nurture those leads today! Act-On is a cloud based interactive marketing solution that enables your business to effectively market online. They use small marketing teams that now have the ability to do sophisticated, marketing for a variety of channels. Act-On has

Copywriting for SEO —> NO <— it’s NOT easy!

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  • 21 Feb 2011
Just because you can formulate a sentence does NOT mean you can write good copy. Just because you know how to SEO does NOT mean anyone will read what you wrote. Copywriting for SEO AND convertibility is a challenge – and more often than not – it takes a team! Gone are the days when

50 Social Media Resources You Should Know About

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  • 11 Mar 2009
I recently came across a very cool article in Website Magazine that covers the top 50 most used social networking resources. The article discusses some interesting concepts on why social media is on the rise and why it isn’t on the rise. For example, I think it’s safe to say that most of us have
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