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Archive for January, 2013


The Incredibly Useful Value of Links Beyond SEO by Dixon Jones

Whether it was at SES London or one of the many other search marketing conferences in the U.S., I’ve always been able to count on Dixon Jones for great advice on link building. Dixon was recently recognized for his content contributions to the online marketing world in our Top UK Online Marketing Influencers and Bloggers […]

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Valentine’s Day 2013 PPC Tips

February 14th is just around the corner. That means it’s time to get your PPC campaigns in check for Valentine’s Day. Here are the hottest keywords for you to bid on, what keywords people are searching for on Google, and how to get ads that convert.

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YouTube Readying Premium Service Launch?

YouTube is reportedly working with a group of channel producers on a platform that will allow channels to charge users to access to the channels by paying fees ranging from $1 to $5 each month, as well as one-time pay-per-view video purchases.

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Moving to a New Location? Don’t Forget about Local Search

Posted by David Mihm It’s obviously not uncommon for small businesses to move — fluctuating rents, growth, lifestyle concerns for the business owner or employees, and any number of factors make good reasons to move. However, few business owners understand the Local Search headaches they may be creating for themselves or their customers as a […]

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X-Ray Vision for Guest Bloggers: Author Stats

This guest post is by Andy Crestodina of Orbit Media. Analytics are great for seeing your site’s performance, but we can’t usually peek into other people’s web stats. However, there is a tool that gives you a view you may not have seen before. It’s called Google Author Stats. Embrace your new blogging super power […]

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Inspiration, Engagement & Other Content Marketing Storytelling Lessons from Robert Munsch

I am a huge fan of Robert Munsch and have been since he visited our public school, many moons ago, to read to our class the story of The Paperbag Princess. You might remember Munsch from your own childhood; he travelled Canada and the U.S. visiting classrooms and sharing his stories, not because it was […]

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Keys to SEO: Content & User Experience – Interview With Bing’s Duane Forrester

SEO is leaving behind its history of being a bunch of tactical executions and becoming more of a high-level strategic affair – one that combines good marketing with meaningful content that drives users to a web presence that is sound in usability.

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Blog Design For ROI Rule #7: Blend Ads With Content & Encourage Comments

This guest post is by Gab Goldenberg, author of The Advanced SEO Book. What happens when someone comes to the end of your post? Their eyes keep reading downwards, so it’s wise to optimize the area with advertorials and an encouraging comment area. Advertorials What do I mean by advertorials? And why should they be present […]

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Google, I Think I Love You … So What Am I So Afraid Of?

What if Google someday decides it no longer loves your site? It stops sending traffic your way, drops your rankings, blocks access to more information and data, and charges you for what we’re getting for free? Here are five tips to diversify.

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Will the Qubits Crowdfunding Campaign Succeed?

Does the Qubits crowdfunding campaign have what it takes to achieve the $9,000 fundraising goal or more? It’s a great consumer product with a large market and reality TV backstory. But is this enough for success?

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