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Five social media courses make one social media strategy meal
Most social media marketing strategies are like my mum and me in Genova: we were supremely blissed-out happy with our experience of the authentic, delicious, "to the tooth" spaghetti al pesto. A proper online brand management and social media marketing campaign demands a multi-course meal of more than just spaghetti al Twitter, pasta a la Facebook, and lasagna al Instagram.
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Patchwork quilt stitch your marketing website tightly together using internal links and navigation (every page is sacred, every page is great, if a page is wasted, Google gets quite irate)
We spend so much time fretting about the number and quality of links that are associated with your websites that we often overlook or ignore how important it is that our business and marketing websites be tightly stitch together, from a series of patches into a beautiful quilt; or, maybe more apropos, take all of those music tracks, those songs, back into the studio and turn them from a series of singles into album. Released 50-years-ago on 26 May 1967, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. 13-tracks and 12 songs woven into a single musical narrative.
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Improve your Google search results today
There are so many things you can do on your own site today--starting now--that will help you in real ways with Google Search and your Search Results on Google's SERP. Here are 9 things you can do starting today to improve your search results and the quality of your visitors' experiences.
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All the webmaster SEO tools on SEMRush
SEMRush delivers Google Analytics, Google Webmasters, Buffer, HootSuite, Moz, and SpyFu in one powerful and useful SEO and SEM dashboard.
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Stop flying blind with SEMRush
My two-year-old WordPress blog, rnnr.us, has become my personal laboratory wherein I can do live tests on the something I have always loved doing: dancing with Google by way of search engine optimization (SEO).
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Publish then revise for Google search
The sooner you chum the waters, the quicker you’ll attract all the sharks! The sharks don’t need beautifully-plated Kobe steak, they just need your blood and guts. In the time it takes to attract a gam, herd, frenzy, school or shiver of sharks in enough quantity to matter, you will surely have plenty of time to turn your first draft blog posts and your sturdy framework of site content into a high-quality meal.
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Backfill your corporate history onto your blog for Google
You won’t confuse your visitors or piss off Google Search if you start posting historical newsletters, news items, press releases, product launches, and blog posts — as long as you’re honest.
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Outside-In Marketing: Using Big Data to Guide Your Content Marketing by James Mathewson and Mike Moran
James Mathewson and Mike Moran are giving away $100,000 of consulting for only $12.
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Outside-In Marketing Book Review
This is an interesting book because it's written by enterprise-level Search Engine Marketing (SEM) geniuses. They eat big data for breakfast every day.
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Surefire Social introduces SurePulse "webmaster tools"
Surefire Social is about to offer an all-in-one social media, search, reputation, review, analytics tool in the form of SurePulse, now in beta.
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