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Referencing Another Blog Post: Guide to Formatting

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  • 29 Sep 2015
So you love a blog post that you saw on another site, and want to share with your audience?  Below is a simple guide on how to format a blog on your page to link to the other blog. Directing traffic through your page is key when it comes to the search engines, so make

WordPress Basic Training Guide

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  • 24 Jun 2015
Now that your website has been completed, it is time to move on to learning how to maintain it a bit. At the very least, keep your content current with updates to your blog.  This document provides a quick and basic summary of training steps on WordPress. Whether you’re skilled at using computer systems or

Basic WordPress Updates: Step-By-Step Guide to New & Existing Posts & Pages

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  • 11 Mar 2015
Here at Cal Coast Web Design, we offer blog and post creation services. However, sometimes you just want to do it yourself. Inspiration might strike, or you might have something you want to share with your clients, followers, and fans. We’re here to help you out with your website needs! Not only can we build

Business Networking Event – Internet Marketing Plan for 2015 – You’re Invited!

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  • 14 Nov 2014
  What’s Your Internet Marketing Plan and Online Strategy for 2015? It’s that time of year again – businesses are taking a look at what’s been working in 2014, and how they can improve in 2015.  Cal Coast founder, Angie Weeks, has been asked to speak at Saddleback @ Work’s Business Connection on Monday, November 17th on

Start Changing Your Facebook Habits: Using Insights to Engage

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  • 07 Nov 2014
A Social Media Summit 2014 Recap of “How to Use Your Facebook Insights to Engage With More Fans”… If this is your first time hearing about blogger, Grandma Mary, go head over to her Facebook page and see my new favorite edutainer! Her creator is social media coach and co-author of “Facebook Marketing All-in-One For

How to Network on Twitter to Build Relationships that Lead to Business

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  • 31 Oct 2014
Great info from social expert Amy Schmittauer on building Twitter relationships at the Social Media Success Summit!  Twitter personally fuels her Vlog and she’s been obsessed with it since 2009.  If you get nothing else from this post, at least change your mindset to think of Twitter like a cocktail party or a neighborhood BBQ gathering.

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

Professional Facebook Ad Targeting & How It Works

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  • 27 Oct 2014
Jon Loomer gave a fabulous Social Media Success Summit session on Advanced Facebook marketing, “Advanced Facebook Ad Targeting Techniques Used by the Pros” to be exact.  Ooooh….cannot wait for this!  Getting right in, There’s a Facebook Problem The ads we tried did’t work.  They got screwed up.  But why??  Basically…it’s our targeting.  People who don’t

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

Using Social Media to Find Your Ideal Audience

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  • 23 Oct 2014
Love it that we got to see one of our local favorites, Neal Schaffer, present at Social Media Success Summit on “How to Find Out Where Your Ideal Audience is Using Social Media”.  Neal warns that this social success session is deep and tactical…so no general theory here.  Roll your sleeves up and get ready!

Your Social Media Campaign with Tools by The Experts: Streamline. Get organized. Optimize the results.

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  • 22 Oct 2014
Streamlining your social media campaign with proven tools. Sounds simple enough, right? The problem is that there are thousands of tools. Which do you choose? Any really. That’s what testing is for. But, since you’re probably a very busy business owner or marketer, we consulted the experts, like Ian Cleary from razorsocial.com, who already tested the tools.

Tips for Creating an SEO Friendly HTML Basic Website

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  • 17 Jan 2013
There are several ways to build an SEO friendly website. With today’s technology, there are simple plugins for ensuring your Blogger, WordPress or other blog site is automatically built to include many of these components. If you are planning on hiring an outside party, ensure that they are practicing search engine friendly techniques for creating
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