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  • Is Your Email Marketing Spam?

    19 Oct 2014 | 7:16 am
    Email marketing can be very effective as long as it is not viewed as spam. This is critical because when your email marketing is viewed as spam, it will not […]
  • Marketing Effectively With Email

    1 Nov 2014 | 11:26 pm
    Like any type of marketing, email marketing involves a great deal of time and effort to ensure the marketing campaign is effective. This is important because an ineffective marketing campaign […]
  • Is Duplicate Content Really a Problem?

    Conversation Marketing from Portent, Inc: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon
    Kaitlin McMichael
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:17 am
    The short answer is yes. We have written extensively on the subject before: SEO Obviousness: Duplicate content sucks, Duplicate content sin #1: Pagination, Duplicate content sin #2: Default page linking, SEO worst practices: The content duplication toilet bowl of death, and 5 SEO Strategies We Swear Aren’t Going Anywhere. So we have done our due diligence warning you about the dangers of duplicate content. But, there is another side to the story. There are instances where we’ve seen clients fear the duplicate content plague so much so that they go to extreme lengths to avoid it, and end…
  • Organizing Your Email Marketing Campaign

    13 Dec 2014 | 8:31 pm
    If you have recently decided to try implementing an email marketing campaign, you can congratulate yourself on becoming involved in one of the most effective types of online marketing for […]
  • How to Overcome Adversity and Steal Its Power

    Reboot Authentic
    Gary Korisko
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:39 pm
    Does it ever seem like you have more adversity in your life than other people do? As if everyone around you is having an easier time of things than you are? You begin to feel sorry for yourself and think, “Why does this stuff always happen to ME?” It seems as if even though you continue to endure punch after punch and still keep your feet under you – life always has another crushing body blow in store for you. Every time you take yet another beating, persevere and turn a corner… someone is waiting around that corner ready to crack you over the head again with a sock full of…
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  • YARPP is legit

    18 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    You have probably seen on many large & successful websites using a recommend posts type widget at the bottom and sidebar of pages. Things with images like “Recommended Reading” or “You might also be interested in” sections. I have tried various ones over the last 10 years and none of them really did a good job of matching content for our niche-focused websites. The other day when I was browsing around…like I always do…I came across Yarpp. First of all, Yarpp stands for Yet Another Related Posts Plugin, which I think is hilarious that they can poke fun at themselves like that.
  • @Doishero – Are you a Star? – ShoeMoney FSF

    Jeremy Schoemaker
    5 Dec 2014 | 12:03 pm
    This shirt has a bit of mystery to it. It’s today’s Free Shirt Friday. The Page of Fame gives the 15 minutes of fame to the stars of the internet. If you would like to see your company on free shirt Friday, please click here for details!
  • Your Brand & My Chest = Win (For Charity!)

    Jeremy Schoemaker
    3 Dec 2014 | 7:25 am
    I am auctioning myself to wear your company’s shirt for 3 days during the Affiliate Summit West Event January 2014 in Las Vegas.  I will wear nothing but your companies shirt (even to clubs and parties) for the 3 days. The winning company will need to send me 3 XL shirts or you can bring them to the event if you are attending. Go Here To Bid now! About the auction: To date I have raised a lot of money from T-Shirt Auctions for charity.  This is a huge opportunity for you to get your brand out to hundreds of thousands of people in the industry and also give to a great cause! All of…
  • Can you handle the truth? & ShoeMoney November Recap

    Jeremy Schoemaker
    2 Dec 2014 | 8:26 am
    As always if you just want to get to the posts in November just skip to the bottom. Well already through November. I did some fun stuff. Got married (again) to my wife in Vegas. Was a total surprise. Really nice and well done by my wife. It’s not easy to surprise me. Normally I smell a rat a while away but I was completely surprised. I also went and drove Ferrari’s and saw a bunch of shows. My wife and friends left and I stuck around to speak at the Ungagged conference. It was their first show and it was really awesome. Reminded me of the first Pubcon’s and SES shows. Both…
  • @affiliatesummit has a cool t-shirt – ShoeMoney FSF

    Jeremy Schoemaker
    28 Nov 2014 | 11:59 am
    Affiliate Summit is the giant of all marketing conferences, so it makes sense that their t-shirt is sweet. I have been going to Affiliate Summit for 10+ years now and have had the great opportunity to speak at a handful of them and even keynote! In January at ASW I will be speaking and you can catch the entire line up here:  This is a must attend event so please register as you do not want to miss out on the great connections you can make! If you would like to see your company on free shirt Friday,…
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    The Official Blog of Josh Boxer

  • The 2014 Year in Review

    7 Dec 2014 | 5:40 am
    Well, It’s been about six months since my last post and we are winding down the last few weeks of 2014.  This has been a year of transformation and change for me.  I feel myself getting older and wiser and slowing down just a bit. I haven’t forgotten about my blog here, I just have not been inspired to write much lately.  Stay tuned for 2015. New year, new thoughts, new goals, dreams and mountains to climb.
  • Tail of the Dragon – Deals Gap 2014

    30 May 2014 | 10:29 am
    One of the most awesome rides I have taken to date was to The Dragon’s Tail up on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina.  Driving there from Cumming Georgia up Rt. 129 was awesome.  I met my friend Steve Whittle up off Exit 17 on Ga 400 at 7am on Tuesday, May 27th and we headed out.  It was about a 3 hour ride up with a stop for Gas along the way. The ride to get there was magnificent.  We rode through mountains, past streams and in and out of valley’s.  Below are some pictures from some of the awesome photography companies like KillBoy.  
  • Random Acts of Kindness

    4 Mar 2014 | 5:07 am
    So yesterday I was dropping off my daughter Hannah’s running shoes which she left behind before she got on the bus.  On the way home, I noticed that one of the signs outside of a local eatery here in town was hanging half down and it’s the only sign visible for this restaurant on the side of the building facing the road. Being that I just ate there last week with my wife and the owner talked with us for at least a 1/2 hour while we ate our lunch, I felt a connection to the place.  Rather then just letting it go, I picked up my phone, used Siri and called the restaurant and let…
  • How I am going to make 2014 a Kick Ass year and how you can too.

    30 Jan 2014 | 5:41 am
    So we are at the end of the first month in the new year and while most people made New Years resolves before new year, mine have come to me just over the past few weeks.  Let me explain…… While I made a pretty penny in 2013, partied like a rockstar, created memories with my family, there was one thing missing at the end of the year. Money. Where did it all go? Well, lets just say that the Boxer family had a good time, did some cool stuff and lived a little bit outside of their means. Just over the past three weeks, I’ve made some adjustments to my spending habits and have…
  • Why Working On You Is Sometimes More Important Than Working On Your Business.

    4 Jan 2014 | 4:22 am
    As I have begun this new year, I have taken some time to reflect on my business over the past year and have realized that my business only grows when I grow.  Let me explain… One of the biggest hurdles I have had to overcome is self growth.  I have come to realize that I know nothing and in order to know more, I have to read more.  Reading does something magical to us.  It allows us to take ourselves to the next level.  I fills us with ideas, new conceptions and with knowledge. You know the saying, “knowledge is power?” Well that’s false.  “applied…
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  • Three Interesting Things from WOMMA’s Summit

    Kathy Baughman
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:31 am
         The annual confab of the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) always provides some interesting tidbits from its array of expert speakers. Here are three of my favorite presentations:  NASA Social Who knew how cool NASA’s social program is? Of course when your visual content is pictures from deep space that no one else has, it’s easy to be noticed. John Yembrick shared some lessons learned along the way to becoming an advanced social brand. “If I had my way, I’d replace the news release with social channels and be done with it.” This quote was the set-up for a…
  • Content Journey—the Road Less Taken

    Kevin Lynch
    8 Dec 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Robert Frost has intrigued generations with his epic but brief poem about choosing your path in life. Let’s use his poetic insights as a corollary for creating a viable content journey for B2B marketers. In any content journey, the customer is hero. The story of his content experience depends largely on that hero’s mission, pain points and needs. It’s also influenced by the cast of characters (personas) with whom he interacts along the way. The question becomes: Does the content he encounters help guide his journey to a successful end? According to CMI research, 42% of marketers…
  • Ello: Social Networking Without Ads

    Colleen Nolan
    1 Dec 2014 | 9:06 am
    If you are like me, you are waiting for someone you know to send you an Ello invitation. Why? Ello, for lack of a more eloquent description, is an ad-free Facebook. No ads at its launch – or ever. All of this is explained to current and potential users in the Ello manifesto. A quick read indicates that this is not your typical social site. Ello was created in April 2014 by a group of artists and designers specifically to display large images beautifully in a closed social network. The network is in beta testing and membership is invite-only. Each Ello user receives five invites to send to…
  • Back to Basics: The Original “Word of Mouth”

    Pam Flores
    18 Nov 2014 | 9:52 am
    At a get together at a good friend’s recently, I was quite amused at the cocktail napkins that she passed out to all her guests. They read, “Let’s bring back the days when social networking was a cocktail party.” As a dental hygienist, social media does not really have a strong role in her job. She works in a business where face-to-face interaction rules supreme, whereas for me “social” has many layers. But, my friend’s napkins made me really think about one of the main functions I perform at ComBlu – media relations. Social media has undoubtedly transformed the discipline…
  • Persona-based Marketing – Measure Twice and Cut Once

    Jennifer Voisard
    10 Nov 2014 | 11:55 am
    It is that magical time of year again that brings us all together. I am not referring to the joys of the holiday season, however. I am talking about the joys of strategic planning for next year! If the following represents you (or someone you work with), then keep reading. Or, if you are just looking for some practical guidance on persona building, read on as well. Content strategy is hard. We intuitively know at a high-level what needs to be done, but often getting there can be a challenge. Many teams and stakeholders are still not on the same page; the good news is that they are trying.
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    Conversation Marketing from Portent, Inc: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon

  • Is Duplicate Content Really a Problem?

    Kaitlin McMichael
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:17 am
    The short answer is yes. We have written extensively on the subject before: SEO Obviousness: Duplicate content sucks, Duplicate content sin #1: Pagination, Duplicate content sin #2: Default page linking, SEO worst practices: The content duplication toilet bowl of death, and 5 SEO Strategies We Swear Aren’t Going Anywhere. So we have done our due diligence warning you about the dangers of duplicate content. But, there is another side to the story. There are instances where we’ve seen clients fear the duplicate content plague so much so that they go to extreme lengths to avoid it, and end…
  • 8 Free Keyword Research Tools for PPC Advertising

    Erica Opsvig
    2 Dec 2014 | 9:22 am
    Whether it’s SEO or PPC advertising, search engine marketing campaigns should begin with keyword research. This research is arguably the most important task for the foundation of all SEM efforts. It not only gives marketers insight into the mind of their audience, but helps bridge the gap between potential customers and the products or services they are looking to buy. Although keyword research is vital to both SEO and PPC, there are differences between the two. With PPC, you’re essentially bidding on keywords in an auction and paying every time someone clicks your ad.  Your ads…
  • Bad Behaviors That Make Me a Better Project Manager

    Ariana Burgess
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:06 pm
    I have learned over the years that there are a few behaviors which are normally considered impolite or taboo, but are extremely helpful when it comes to managing projects and teams and getting things done. Saying NO: For a Libra, saying no is not easy. I like to have balance and harmony, make people happy. So saying no is often an exercise of will power for me, but it’s essential for keeping sanity. It’s taken me many years, but saying no for the right reasons has helped to protect myself, Portent, my internal teams and clients. Sometimes it’s saying, “No, we can’t…
  • Allies, not rockstars: Influencer research for us mortals

    Ian Lurie
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:55 pm
    Most marketers equate ‘influencer research’ with ‘finding a celebrity who will endorse for free.’ I call that the Rockstar Method. It’s a miserable approach. Ready-and-waiting rockstar social amplifiers are slightly less common than mint-condition K cars. K Cars: Bask in the awesome The Rockstar Method has its place with major brands, pure luck and the well-connected. Mere mortals like you and me, though, need allies, not rockstars. Find rockstars you like. Then sift through their followers, looking for allies: Knowledgable, valuable, selective curators who…
  • 5 Ways Your Site Might Fail Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test

    George Freitag
    19 Nov 2014 | 1:33 pm
    On Tuesday, Google announced a new label in search results that states whether or not a site is “mobile-friendly.” Now when you’re on your phone, you’ll know ahead of time if the site you’re thinking about visiting is optimized for your device. Accompanying that announcement, Google said that they are also experimenting with a ranking boost for sites that pass their “mobile-friendly test.” Portent: where all mobiles are welcome If this still doesn’t convince you, remember that mobile traffic is likely already exceeding desktop traffic and…
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  • Facebook Ad Targeting Core Changes

    Roberto Renteria
    17 Dec 2014 | 6:27 am
    In Q3 of 2014, Facebook reported a staggering $3.2 billion in ad revenue. The biggest challenge that businesses face when advertising in Facebook is the bidding wars that result from competing advertisers driving up the prices of one ad to reach that coveted target. The price you pay is dictated by this bidding structure, think [...]
  • How iOS 8′s ‘Flat Design’ is changing the world!

    Roberto Renteria
    4 Dec 2014 | 12:25 pm
    With the launch of iOS 8′s “flat design” for its user interface, Jony Ive’s design team finally threw to the curb the skeuomorphic designs of the past. While skeuomorphic has its place when launching a new technology – it helps create a relationship between the known and the unknown – once that technology is entrenched it ends [...]
  • Native Mobile App or Responsive Web Design?

    Roberto Renteria
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:39 pm
    In today’s mobile world, one of the most common questions businesses face is whether to create a Native Mobile App or a Responsive Web Design. We receive requests regularly from clients asking to develop an ‘app,’ when what they are really saying is ‘I need to be in the mobile space to reach my clients and [...]
  • HTTPS Becomes Ranking Signal for Google’s Algorithm

    Roberto Renteria
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:05 am
    HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure known as HTTP over Secure Socket Layer (SSL). In Other words a secure encrypted communications protocol between your website and your visitors. Using an SSL certificate has been common on any website that does eCommerce as its used to protect credit card information while in transit. But lately companies like Facebook, Twitter [...]
  • Banner Advertising is Not Dead

    Roberto Renteria
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:20 am
    Many media and account planners were quick to dismiss display advertising as inefficient and not worth the creative investment to create them. However, with technology and innovation such as rich media and retargeting, banners are poised to rise once again. Leading media investments are projected to surpass search engine marketing (SEM) spending by 2016. Are [...]
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    Robert Dempsey

  • Use Python 3 To Send Email With Attachments Using Gmail

    Robert Dempsey
    8 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Part of my job as a data analyst is to create reports and send them to various people. I had already used Python 2.7 to automate the creation and sending of the reports using Gmail, however all the examples I found for Python 3 were either more complicated or simple than what I needed. Below is the code that will allow you to easily create an email with attachments and send it using Gmail, all with Python 3. #!/usr/bin/env python # encoding: utf-8 """ Created by Robert Dempsey on 12/6/14. Copyright (c) 2014 Robert Dempsey. Use at your own peril. This script…
  • What You Must Do And Stop Doing To Be Healthy [Infographic]

    Robert Dempsey
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:39 am
    We’ve all seen the men and women in fashion magazines, who seem to make looking good easy. We’ve also seen how media companies manipulate photographs and cover models use steroids, giving we, the unknowing folk, a very incorrect perception of what it takes to “be healthy.” One of the companies I respect and follow for their no-BS approach to health is Precision Nutrition. Recently the created in infographic showing just what you have to do, and stop doing, in order to get to different levels of body fat. For instance, the leaner you want to get the more you have to…
  • Expect Wonderful

    Robert Dempsey
    23 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    Just for today try this.. When you’re on the way out the door for the day think, “something wonderful is going to happen today.” When you’re on the way to work think, “something wonderful is going to happen today at work.” When you’re on the way home after a long day at work think, “something wonderful is going to happen at home.” If you expect something wonderful to happen, it will. Make it awesome my friends.
  • Data Wranglers DC Hits 1000 Members

    Robert Dempsey
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:14 pm
      Data Wranglers DC Hits 1000 Members! When I started Data Wranglers DC less than a year ago, I did it so that hardcore data geeks had a place to help each other with their craft. It is said that 80-90% of all data projects are data wrangling. From experience I can say it’s almost more! A huge thanks to the data community here in DC for making this meetup a success!
  • Podcasts Of The Week For 10-17-2014

    Robert Dempsey
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:54 pm
    Two of the best podcasts I’ve heard this week and highly recommend for you are: MFL Podcast 29: Navy SEAL Mark Divine On Cultivating Mental Toughness And The Will To Win Mark Divine is not only a 20-year veteran of the Navy Seals, he owns multiple businesses including SEALFIT and The man knows how to develop mental toughness and bring out the 20x mindset in people. In this podcast, Mike talks with Mark Divine about how he developed an “unbeatable mind” that kept him alive on the battlefield and has helped him succeed as an entrepreneur. Listen to the podcast…
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    Online Marketing Strategy for Entrepreneurs | Denise Wakeman

  • 30 Day Online Visibility Challenge | How to Win A Copy of Seth Godin’s New Book!

    Denise Wakeman
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:05 am
    Is 2015 the Year of Better Visibility and more business opportunities for you? If so, please read on… (scroll down to get the book give-away info!) No matter how much visibility you have now, it could be better, right? This is something I feel quite urgent about, especially when I talk to entrepreneurs who are struggling to get on the radar of more people they can serve. Usually they’re not sure what to do so they don’t do much of anything. If that describes how you feel, the truth is that if you don’t address your visibility needs sooner rather than later, it’s going to continue…
  • Best TED Talks for (New) Bloggers to Get Motivated

    Ann Smarty
    4 Dec 2014 | 6:11 am
    Running a blog can be a very rewarding experience. But it can also be a highly draining one, and everything from maintaining consistency to the cost prior to monetizing one can be enough to push bloggers into quitting. The worst part about this is that had they gone just a little while longer, they could have found real success doing something they love. If you are finding yourself lagging in motivation, you might want to check out these ten best TED Talks by professionals and creative minds. They can really give you that boost of inspiration you need to keep working at what you are doing.
  • How to Successfully Launch a Podcast | Adventures in Visibility with Jason T. Wiser

    Denise Wakeman
    27 Nov 2014 | 9:15 am
    In this episode of Adventures in Visibility, I’m pleased to welcome Jason T. Wiser. Recently Jason launched a podcast to accompany his popular Hangout show, Get on Track, Stay on Track. In order for a podcast to get traction these days, you’ve got to create a lot of buzz so you hit the New and Noteworthy chart in iTunes and get a lot of extra visibility. In this show, Jason and I discuss how to successfully launch a podcast, what he did, how it worked and what he learned.  Why host a podcast Party (or any contest) Understand your goals Why you need to set a clear budget The Process map…
  • What I Learned About Advertising on My Trip to India

    Denise Wakeman
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:28 am
    I just returned from a two week adventure in India. It was beautiful, challenging, chaotic and fabulous. The other night while suffering from extreme jet lag and unable to sleep, I was thinking about the upcoming Facebook Ad program and it hit me that we can learn a lot from the business owners in India. I spent 8 days in Rishikesh, in the north of India and the self-proclaimed capital of Yoga. There are dozens of yoga training programs offered in Rishikesh.  It’s also a holy city, located on the banks of the Ganges River in the foothills of the Himalayas. The city is teeming with…
  • How to Stay Visible Online When You’re Having an Adventure Offline

    Denise Wakeman
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:43 am
    As a solo or small business owner, it can be difficult to get away from your business.  You may feel guilty because generating income is solely your responsibility. Or you worry that people will forget you if you’re not showing up on social networks in your usual way. I get it. I just spent two weeks in India and as a solo business owner, I had to decide if I would just disappear for awhile and not worry about it, or make a careful plan to stay visible online. I’m sure you can guess that I chose the later. I developed a two-prong strategy for staying visible while I was on…
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    The Official Blog of Josh Boxer

  • The 2014 Year in Review

    7 Dec 2014 | 5:40 am
    Well, It’s been about six months since my last post and we are winding down the last few weeks of 2014.  This has been a year of transformation and change for me.  I feel myself getting older and wiser and slowing down just a bit. I haven’t forgotten about my blog here, I just have not been inspired to write much lately.  Stay tuned for 2015. New year, new thoughts, new goals, dreams and mountains to climb.
  • Tail of the Dragon – Deals Gap 2014

    30 May 2014 | 10:29 am
    One of the most awesome rides I have taken to date was to The Dragon’s Tail up on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina.  Driving there from Cumming Georgia up Rt. 129 was awesome.  I met my friend Steve Whittle up off Exit 17 on Ga 400 at 7am on Tuesday, May 27th and we headed out.  It was about a 3 hour ride up with a stop for Gas along the way. The ride to get there was magnificent.  We rode through mountains, past streams and in and out of valley’s.  Below are some pictures from some of the awesome photography companies like KillBoy.  
  • Random Acts of Kindness

    4 Mar 2014 | 5:07 am
    So yesterday I was dropping off my daughter Hannah’s running shoes which she left behind before she got on the bus.  On the way home, I noticed that one of the signs outside of a local eatery here in town was hanging half down and it’s the only sign visible for this restaurant on the side of the building facing the road. Being that I just ate there last week with my wife and the owner talked with us for at least a 1/2 hour while we ate our lunch, I felt a connection to the place.  Rather then just letting it go, I picked up my phone, used Siri and called the restaurant and let…
  • How I am going to make 2014 a Kick Ass year and how you can too.

    30 Jan 2014 | 5:41 am
    So we are at the end of the first month in the new year and while most people made New Years resolves before new year, mine have come to me just over the past few weeks.  Let me explain…… While I made a pretty penny in 2013, partied like a rockstar, created memories with my family, there was one thing missing at the end of the year. Money. Where did it all go? Well, lets just say that the Boxer family had a good time, did some cool stuff and lived a little bit outside of their means. Just over the past three weeks, I’ve made some adjustments to my spending habits and have…
  • Why Working On You Is Sometimes More Important Than Working On Your Business.

    4 Jan 2014 | 4:22 am
    As I have begun this new year, I have taken some time to reflect on my business over the past year and have realized that my business only grows when I grow.  Let me explain… One of the biggest hurdles I have had to overcome is self growth.  I have come to realize that I know nothing and in order to know more, I have to read more.  Reading does something magical to us.  It allows us to take ourselves to the next level.  I fills us with ideas, new conceptions and with knowledge. You know the saying, “knowledge is power?” Well that’s false.  “applied…
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    Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California

  • How to Dramatically Increase Your Social Media Presence

    Neil Ferree
    9 Dec 2014 | 12:03 pm
    The post How to Dramatically Increase Your Social Media Presence appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California We all know having a presence on the social web is critical these days. A solid content marketing strategy must include a process for both creating and curating quality content and sharing it across the social web. If you follow these guidelines, your social content discovery and sharing processes will be more efficient and will dramatically […] The post How to Dramatically Increase Your Social Media Presence appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los…
  • How to Manage Your Social Media Presence

    Neil Ferree
    14 Oct 2014 | 6:04 pm
    The post How to Manage Your Social Media Presence appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California Follow this blueprint if you want to better manage your social media presence so when a prospective client Google’s your name or your business name, they’ll find your social profiles appealing and compelling. This will increase the likelihood of them following you and engaging you on one or more of your top social media channels. […] The post How to Manage Your Social Media Presence appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California
  • Content Marketing System Best Practices

    Neil Ferree
    6 Sep 2014 | 6:46 pm
    The post Content Marketing System Best Practices appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California If Content is King then Content Distribution is Queen and nowadays, the Queen Tumps the King. Its become common knowledge that our online visibility is the key to gaining traction in the ultra competitive social media landscape. Curating quality content and sharing (syndicating) that content to our top social channels has become a must have […] The post Content Marketing System Best Practices appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California
  • Content Marketing with Authorship and DiY Process is the Perfect Storm

    Neil Ferree
    30 Mar 2014 | 8:02 am
    The post Content Marketing with Authorship and DiY Process is the Perfect Storm appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California Content Marketing is Simple But Not Easy Content Marketing is a skill set every online marketer should be improving upon in 2013. There is mounting evidence that social signals and social shares are beginning to influence the SERP’s. When you consider the fact that every 48 hours, we produce in volume the same amount of […] The post Content Marketing with Authorship and DiY Process is the Perfect Storm appeared first on Social Media Marketing…
  • How to Build a DIY Content Marketing System

    Neil Ferree
    12 Feb 2014 | 2:27 pm
    The post How to Build a DIY Content Marketing System appeared first on Social Media Marketing Los Angeles California As Social Signals continue to influence the SERPs, your ability to create amazing content and promote it on social media is becoming the most important skill an internet marketer can have. In 2014, social signals will eclipse link building as a key ranking factor. Content Marketing System Defined Content Marketing means creating and sharing valuable information to attract and convert […] The post How to Build a DIY Content Marketing System appeared first on Social…
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    Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller

  • Why Brand Storytelling Works

    Omar Kattan
    11 Dec 2014 | 11:52 pm
    Storytelling is an ancient human occupation. There’s not a culture on Earth without its rich share of myths and legends—and its tawdry gossip and scary stories. We’ve had tales as long we’ve had language; further, we’ve had them as long as we’ve had visual imagery, as the magnificent Paleolithic cave paintings of Europe and the [...] Why Brand Storytelling Works is a post from: Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller The post Why Brand Storytelling Works appeared first on Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller.
  • The emotional entrepreneur: A springboard to SME success

    Omar Kattan
    4 Nov 2014 | 5:05 am
    This piece was originally published as a guest blog post on the Souqalmal SME Blog. Managing a company as an entrepreneur means dynamic leadership. There are no set guidelines to inspiring your hires. You’re going to need to be flexible, and able to take on a conservative or risk-taking approach, as the situation demands. You’ll also [...] The emotional entrepreneur: A springboard to SME success is a post from: Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller The post The emotional entrepreneur: A springboard to SME success appeared first on Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand…
  • Sandstorm Turns One – 8 Lessons Learned From Building An Agency in the Middle East

    Omar Kattan
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:48 pm
    Those who know me know that I recently left a comfortable job as head of Inbound Marketing and SEO at MediaCom and joined a fledgling start-up agency in the Middle East, Dubai to be precise. Yesterday, we closed the books on F/Y 2013/14 and was pleased to learn that the numbers were very healthy given [...] Sandstorm Turns One – 8 Lessons Learned From Building An Agency in the Middle East is a post from: Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller The post Sandstorm Turns One – 8 Lessons Learned From Building An Agency in the Middle East appeared first on Omar Kattan - New…
  • ‘Facebook Media’ – What Marketers Need to Know

    Omar Kattan
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:19 am
    Are you using Facebook to grow your business? Does your social media team post frequent updates on Facebook to engage with your target audience? Facebook has just rolled out Facebook Media, a best practices guide for business users and public figures. Are you ready for immerse yourself in the nitty-gritty details? Here’s what you need [...] ‘Facebook Media’ – What Marketers Need to Know is a post from: Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller The post ‘Facebook Media’ – What Marketers Need to Know appeared first on Omar Kattan - New Age…
  • Make Your Own Infographic: 5 Tools to Consider

    Omar Kattan
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:57 am
    Today, infographics have become an important part of content marketing. You can see many freelance bloggers and professional businesses promoting their websites, products, and services through infographics. Infographics are slowly replacing guest blog posts as a way of content marketing. There are several advantages to this type of content marketing. For instance, since an infographic [...] Make Your Own Infographic: 5 Tools to Consider is a post from: Omar Kattan - New Age AdMan & Brand Storyteller The post Make Your Own Infographic: 5 Tools to Consider appeared first on Omar Kattan -…
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    E-Marketing Associates - Online Marketing Products for Independent Hotels » Blog

  • The Art of Overbooking

    Joshua Meehan
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:48 pm
    One thing all hoteliers have in common is the desire to sell rooms. All of their marketing efforts are aimed at putting heads in beds and growing their revenue because room nights are a perishable commodity- every unoccupied room is revenue that cannot be made back. Even with enough reservations to fill a hotel, there are always last-minute cancellations or no-shows. Because of this it’s common practice for hotels to purposefully oversell on busy nights. Of course this may prove to be risky if everyone shows up, but playing these odds can be profitable. It’s important for a hotelier or…
  • Google Ditches the Carousel- What this Means for Hotel Marketers?

    Melody Ciria
    15 Dec 2014 | 5:05 pm
    With the abandonment of the Google Carousel and the recent introduction of the local 3-pack, hotel marketers are encouraged to re-evaluate their local marketing strategy to align with these changes in Google’s search landscape. The local 3-pack is now evident in search base results within the United States and may soon take into effect around the world. The new search engine result layout poses a significant impact on your hotel’s local marketing strategy and ranking capabilities. Hoteliers need to be aware of these changes and take proactive measures to ensure maximum exposure and…
  • Encouraging Phone Reservations

    Joshua Meehan
    10 Dec 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Hoteliers operating smaller properties often don’t have the support they need to spend time developing a proper promotional strategy. Because of this, many hotels constantly run the same promotions or a “Manager’s Special.” But how special are these deals if they run 365 days a year? Time sensitive promotions help to keep a hotel current and can provide fresh content for their website and social media channels. Seeing an expiration date helps to build value in the promotion and can build a sense of urgency, encouraging guests to book before the deal ends. A good promotion needs to…
  • Decorate Your Hotel Marketing for the Holidays

    Aileen Hoang
    5 Dec 2014 | 10:15 am
    ‘Tis the season for holiday travel during one of the busiest times of the year for the hospitality industry. It’s the best time for hoteliers to get into the holiday spirit and provide a festive atmosphere to attract holiday travelers to stay at their hotel. From our previous blog, hoteliers learned how to leverage holiday traveler trends to increase revenue during the season of giving. Here are a few more strategies to decorate your hotel marketing initiatives and keep the wonder of the holiday in the heart of potential guests! Light up the Season with Holiday Decor at the Hotel An easy…
  • The Value of Discounting

    Joshua Meehan
    3 Dec 2014 | 5:12 pm
    A recent study by The University of Minnesota took a look at how shoppers perceive discounts and Value Added items when shopping. The study found that shoppers prefer to get more for their money than to receive a flat discount. But when presented with both options they will often choose the discount. That sounds contradictory, doesn’t it? The reason they choose the flat discount is simple, they aren’t doing the math. When presented with multiple discounts and offers, shoppers will take the easy option, even if they aren’t saving as much. When only presented with the Value…
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    RocketMill » Blog

  • Content Marketing & Influencer Research on Steroids

    Yousaf Sekander
    22 Nov 2014 | 2:57 am
    Digital Marketing Agency RocketMillIn this post, I will share with you an overview of the methodology I use to carry out competitive research that enables me to create insightful and data-led content strategy. This post is based on an imaginary company that competes in the same niche as BufferApp and highlights a brief overview of the following process:Identify destinations of choice in a given nicheDevelop personasIdentify the most shared content of the destinations of choiceIdentify influencers who amplify content within our nicheDevelop content strategyAt this stage, I will cover the…
  • Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Says Topic-based Timeline Is an Opportunity for Twitter

    Yousaf Sekander
    7 Nov 2014 | 7:01 am
    Digital Marketing Agency RocketMillI am a big fan of Twitter, it is the only social media platform that I am really active on and I love every bit of it. As much as I love Twitter, I think there are many ways in which it could be improved. Something that I constantly think about is topic-based timelines.Let me explain. Since an early age I have been curious about a wide variety of subjects. As a result, I constantly try to educate myself on subjects such as marketing, technology, physics, astrophysics, eschatology, international relations, history and religion. I can listen to people and talk…
  • Take TJ’s Google AdWords Test!

    Kate Watts
    18 Sep 2014 | 5:00 pm
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  • WordPress Plugin – WPAdmin Page Template Filter

    Bertram Greenhough
    4 Sep 2014 | 4:56 am
    Digital Marketing Agency RocketMillI’ve often found in working with larger WordPress sites that filtering through all pages can be difficult. What I really wish I could do is filter the pages by page template. Countless times I’ve wanted to find all the pages or just one page that I know is using a certain page template. Well here is a nice light plugin that solves this issue.What does the plugin do?First of all it adds a drop down list of page templates to filtering system. Secondly it adds a column to the page list with the name of the page template for each page. If you find this…
  • Do I Want A Link From This Site?

    26 Aug 2014 | 6:15 am
    Digital Marketing Agency RocketMillLinks make the Google world go round – but it’s not just a case of more = better. Quality is the most important consideration when evaluating potential link prospects.So how do you know if you want a link from this site or not?Metrics (Page Authority/Domain Authority)Easily accessible through the Moz Bar browser attachment, Metrics are your straight forward, quick and dirty page analysis tool. If you’re intending to sit down and further analyse a page, I believe these to be of little to no value, but as a top level overview –…
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    The Conversion Scientist

  • What to Optimize on your Landing Pages [VIDEO]

    Sam Allen
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    We spend our days (and many nights) deciding what could be changed website to increase revenue and leads. Based on our successes, I’d say we’ve gotten pretty good. There are five kinds of things we look at when we are planning website tests. Are these issues on your site? Value Proposition and Messaging Credibility and Authority User eXperience and Layout Social Proof Risk Reversal I offer explanations and examples in this video taken from my CTA Conference presentation, “How to Optimize the Crap Out Of Your Lead Gen Landing Pages.” Click the image to watch. Click to…
  • 4 Important Checkout Lessons From

    Brian Massey, The Conversion Scientist
    17 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    What is the last thing you want your visitors to see when checking out? This, maybe? This is the wrong page to see in a checkout during the holidays. This is the page we found when we clicked a button that is very important to a Fry’s Electronics, named “In-store Pickup”. It is the button visitors use to check out if they want to pick something up at one of Fry’s stores. The In-store Pickup button in the lower right generated the error. This is one of the most important buttons on the site, doubly so near Christmas when shipping gifts becomes an iffy proposition. Fry’s…
  • New Ideas for the New Year: Online Marketing in 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Brian Massey, The Conversion Scientist
    16 Dec 2014 | 1:02 pm
    The year 2015 will be full of surprises, but not everything needs to be a total shocker. We can start planning now for some of what 2015 will bring. So, what should we be focusing on? I am privileged to know some smart entrepreneurs and marketers, the kind of people who would have an informed opinion about 2015. You’ll find many of them in the following infographic. Give it a read and know that these bright folks (and me) aren’t guessing. Take these online marketing tips and do your own research. For me, Peep Laja summed it up best: “Be your own benchmark. Aim to do better…
  • Join our Intimate Gathering of Website Optimization Pros

    Brian Massey, The Conversion Scientist
    11 Dec 2014 | 9:32 am
    What if you could go back in time to when the monstrous SXSW Interactive conference was an intimate collection of internet luminaries coming together to share ideas and make personal connections. This is the scene you’ll find in Austin this March, just before SXSW. The ConversionXL Live conference is offering an intimate three-day event in which cognoscenti of website optimization will gather in the hill country outside Austin to share ideas and interact as peers with a select group of attendees. You could be in that select group. Austin is the self-proclaimed conversion capital…
  • Use Google Analytics to Measure the Impact of Video on Your Bottom Line

    Brian Massey, The Conversion Scientist
    11 Dec 2014 | 8:50 am
    In this episode of The Conversion Scientist Podcast, Brian Massey tells you how to gain insights from third-party tools in Google Analytics. He uses several video hosts as an example. Podcast: Download (Duration: 9:02 — 8.3MB) Subscribe to the Podcast If you enjoyed this, please leave a review on iTunes! Transcript and Images on Marketing Land Watch the free eight-part bit-sized video mini-course First NameEmailUse Your Course LoginRecover Your PasswordCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Special thanks to Vidpow for producing the videos in our…
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    SEO Inc Blog

  • To Google, From You—An SEO Holiday Gift Guide (Part 2)

    Eric Seal
    10 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    Last week, we introduced you to the SEO Holiday Gift Guide, or, basically, what you can do for Google this Holiday season. We covered the basic gifts your site can present to Google to make the search engine happy. Fresh content, title tags & meta descriptions, a sitemap, robots file… All of these, when implemented correctly on your site will be among the best gifts Google could possibly get this year. However, Google, just like your eclectic aunt, is always changing and finding new things to love/hate. With that in mind, we have a few more suggestions as to how to make Google one happy…
  • How Hank Hill is SEO. (When you think about it)

    Will Price
    5 Dec 2014 | 11:04 am
    Search Engine Optimization is a sturdy foundation for a website. When it is properly constructed, it’s a strong base on which a site can sit and be seen. SEO is a time-tested and ever-present force in the Internet Marketing world. So when I stopped to think about it like that, I realized, “Whoa. SEO is sort of like Hank Hill.” **Mind Blown** img: FanPop If you’ve never seen King Of the Hill, let me school you really quick. The show hinges on its protagonist, Hank Hill; A by-the-book, straight-laced propane salesman and family man from Arlen, TX. (Though, he’s…
  • To Google, From You—An SEO Holiday Gift Guide (Part 1)

    Eric Seal
    4 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    The holidays have come to the world of search engine optimization! This year, we’re giving back to the one who makes all the magic happen (and, no we don’t mean Santa Claus). That’s right, we’re talking about Google. Google is like that close relative who’s always on your mind but is just impossible to buy for. From highly successful software and hardware to dominance over the search engine industry, Google doesn’t seem to need much. (Google sees what it wants and gets it for itself. Typical Google.) So what do you get the search engine that has everything? This holiday season,…
  • Seeya around, Microsoft Clip Art: The 10 Microsoft Office Clip Art Images We’ll Miss the Most

    Will Price
    3 Dec 2014 | 10:21 am
    Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that they will be closing up the Clip Art shop in favor of using Bing’s Image Search. It’s probably going to make presentations look a whole ton more legit, but come on, there was that certain charm that came along with clip art images. So basic. So, so basic. Yet, they spoke volumes, didn’t they? Instead of insanely detailed drawings of witches, computer screens, PDAs, businesswomen, and new year’s celebrations, Microsoft is now letting users select from real-life Bing images of real people, real places, real events,…
  • Search Engine Adventures: Ranksgiving 2: Rank Harder

    SEO Inc
    24 Nov 2014 | 10:26 am
    Oops. Looks like Google went a bit overboard on the keywords this year. But hey—we believe even Google should indulge himself from time to time. It’s only one day a year, right? Happy Ranksgiving, everyone! Our search engine friends sure have a lot to be thankful for. The internet marketing industry rules the online world, and Google, Yahoo!, and Bing has everyone playing by their rules. Not that that’s a bad thing—we like quality websites and great content, too. But as with many holiday celebrations, we work so hard trying to please Google & Co. that we often lose sight of what…
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    Rand Group

  • New Features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3: Sales & Customer Service

    Audra Alvarado
    17 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Discover the improvements and changes to how sales orders and customer service are delivered in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3. Continue Reading — The post New Features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3: Sales & Customer Service appeared first on Rand Group.
  • New Features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3: Sales & Marketing with Sources and Catalogs

    Audra Alvarado
    10 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    A look at some of the new Sales & Marketing functionality available in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3. Continue Reading — The post New Features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3: Sales & Marketing with Sources and Catalogs appeared first on Rand Group.
  • Crude Oil Plunge Requires Fiscal Re-Think

    Eric Khan
    2 Dec 2014 | 2:26 pm
    As one who started his professional career when oil was $10/ Bbl, recent events causes the hair to raise up on the back of the neck. In light of the recent OPEC decision, everyone is now facing a much lower … Continue Reading — The post Crude Oil Plunge Requires Fiscal Re-Think appeared first on Rand Group.
  • The Top 5 Reasons to Consider Performance Optimization for your Applications

    Calvin Gorriaran
    26 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Business applications, like anything else in life, require maintenance, and preventive maintenance can often be less costly and reduce the overall damage of emergency maintenance. Most people don’t think twice about regular oil changes and performance diagnostics on their vehicles, … Continue Reading — The post The Top 5 Reasons to Consider Performance Optimization for your Applications appeared first on Rand Group.
  • So You Think Your ERP System is Underperforming

    Calvin Gorriaran
    19 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Business management applications have a bad reputation for being costly and ineffective. Time and again we hear stories of ERP implementations gone awry – going way over budget, taking more time to implement than estimated and in the end not … Continue Reading — The post So You Think Your ERP System is Underperforming appeared first on Rand Group.
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    Facebook Marketing Made Easy

  • REVEALED: Facebook Ads Are The ONLY Way To Successfully Market On Facebook – And Here’s Why!

    3 Dec 2014 | 4:13 am
    You’ve doubtless heard of that little-known social media site, Facebook. In fact, you’re probably one of the incredible 1.23 billion members (and growing…) of the site! There’s no doubting that Facebook is a great way to stay in touch with friends – but are you using it successfully to expand your own business? Chances are, you’ve tried, but it turns out that the labyrinthine back-office and myriad of choices have likely flummoxed you. You’re not alone: Facebook’s constant algorithm changing often hurts people just like you. It used to be simple.
  • Tired of wasting time and no results? Four juicy steps to follow and create your own Social Media Strategy Template!

    17 Mar 2014 | 12:29 pm
    Here is the deal! You dedicate such a big amount of time – maybe even more than 30 minutes a day – and…. no results!!!! It is not funny!!  I know. Maybe sometimes you wonder what’s the whole fuss around social media miracle anyway. It doesn’t get results anyway. But here is the thing. You need to become a PRO!! Pro means having a social media strategy template – it’s a MUST!!! To make sure you have one that’s right for your business, go here and read more. It’s so easy to get sucked in all the social content if you don’t have a plan. I’m not…
  • Why You’ll Never Get More Leads From Your Website If You Don’t Know These Three Tips

    10 Mar 2014 | 12:40 pm
    How can you make money if you don’t have any customers? You can’t. It’s impossible! Everybody talks a lot about lead conversion and for good reason. Turning your audience into paying customers is what’s going to put food on the table for you and your family. But there’s a step before that stage. That’s what this post is all about. And I’m being completely serious here when I say that you WILL NOT get more leads if you don’t pay attention to these 3 points. Ignore them at your own risk! Start at the Beginning When you look at your website, look at it through the eyes of your…
  • Want To do MORE with LESS? Find Out 5 Ways To Market Your Small Business Without Breaking That Bank

    3 Mar 2014 | 7:59 am
    Having a solid online marketing strategy does not have to mean that you need to spend a fortune. I often hear people hesitate when it comes to building an one for their businesses because they think it is too costly. This could not be more false! YOU can have a strong online presence even if you are not Steve Jobs or Coca Cola. Do you want to know how? Then keep reading… Today I am going to share with you my top 5 favourite tips for a balanced online marketing strategy. If you implement at least ONE of these 5 elements, I am sure your company’s online presence will see an IMPROVEMENT…
  • Facebook Ad Disapproved? It’s Time To Find Out Why

    24 Feb 2014 | 6:57 am
    Have you spent hours on your Facebook ad, only to have it rejected? Does it make you feel as though you’d like to run into a wall? Well don’t worry! There are reasons that Facebook ads are rejected and I’m going to tell you about them in this article. So then you can stop looking at that wall and find out how to get your ad accepted. First of all… The 20% Rule Last year, Facebook updated a rule for news feed ads and sponsored posts. As with most things that are changed on the internet, it had marketers in uproar. Welcome (or not as the case was) the 20% rule. The 20% rule says that in…
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    Search Engine Marketing Blog | Silverback Strategies

  • 4 Google Analytics Widgets That’ll Help Prove Value This Christmas
    19 Dec 2014 | 7:09 am
    The days of being just a PPC account manager, or just an SEO account manager are almost over. With more and more businesses relying on digital exposure to drive sales and interest, it has never been more important to stay ontop of your P's and Q's when managing your client's search engine marketing efforts. One of the most efficient ways of creating value with your clients is backing up your campaign with relevant data. Many digital marketers use analytics platforms such as Google Analytics, and Omniture. If there is one skill that all digital marketers should focus on honing, it’s the…
  • Choosing The Perfect Keyword For SEO
    11 Dec 2014 | 2:27 pm
    A keyword is any word or phrase that is used to describe content on a particular page of a website, and enhance that content for online search. Optimizing a page for a keyword is important, but it is vital to do research beforehand to determine the best one to use. This article will focus mostly on the importance of keyword research in respect to SEO, because adjusting SEO keyword strategy after the fact is much more cumbersome than that of PPC. (Note: Poorly researched keywords for a PPC campaign can lead to unnecessary ad spend and lost opportunities, but you can easily pause them to…
  • Migration Checklist For Search Engine Optimization
    4 Dec 2014 | 7:38 am
    What is a migration? The process of moving one part to another can be defined as migration. In the SEO industry we face migration in many forms, including: Website redesign Domain change URL changes Brand redefinition It is important to have a plan/checklist in place, while going through any migration, to ensure a website’s search engine visibility will not be affected. A case study from Built Visible’s Richard Baxter shows the effort that needed when going through a site migration. From my past experience, I have learned that providing a bulk of information and action items, without…
  • Are You Maximizing Your Holiday Sales?
    31 Oct 2014 | 10:23 am
    The holidays are right around the corner and ecommerce advertisers are lining up their accounts to break last year’s revenue numbers. Before setting things up, make sure you have the following bases covered so you're celebrating over the holidays, rather than wondering what went wrong...   Don’t Ignore Assisted Conversions Assisted conversions are an often overlooked metric that contributes greatly to holiday sales. We tend to look at and prioritize the channels that have higher last click revenue numbers.  But ignoring the channels which contribute to the research phase of the…
  • What is a good Click-Through Rate (CTR)?
    31 Oct 2014 | 9:13 am
    What is a good click-through rate, anyways? Simple answer: There is no simple answer.  Don't let this metric scare you today! Let’s cover some vocabulary first. Impressions: the number of times your ad is shown Clicks: when someone clicks on your ad, AdWords counts that as a click. A click is still counted even if a user does not reach your website (ex: your site went down for a couple of minutes). Click-Through Rate (CTR): The number of clicks received divided by the number of impressions received, multiplied by 100. For example, an ad that is shown 2,000 and receives 20 clicks has a…
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    Ekcetera Marketing and Design

  • Has Your Website Had An Oil Change Lately?

    Kelly Garrett
    11 Dec 2014 | 8:43 am
    We’re all familiar with changing the oil on our car, right? It’s a necessary part of owning a car. Most of us wouldn’t dream of going for extended periods of time running on old, dirty oil, or with a filter that needed changing ages ago. So why isn’t the same true of your website? Granted, most websites don’t cost the same amount of money as a shiny new BMW, but if your website is the backbone of your business marketing (as most are), or a direct revenue producer, the cost of running it into the ground can end up massive. Yet, so many business owners don’t…
  • Gift Guide for Entrepreneurs

    Kelly Garrett
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:16 pm
    The Holiday shopping season is upon us again. Each year, I get more and more overwhelmed with gift buying. Sometimes, I want to skip gifts altogether. (Who needs yet another trendy kitchen gadget?) But, the anti-Scrooge in me says to pause and give thoughtfully. Instead of grabbing deals left and right because they’re inexpensive and convenient, I try to put thought into what I gift and make sure the receiver will truly find it useful. Thus, I’ve compiled a list of Practical Gifts for the Entrepreneur In Your Life (Plus a few just for fun). Some offer fantastic Black Friday…
  • How NOT to Create a Website

    Kelly Garrett
    7 Nov 2014 | 3:28 pm
    Maybe you’ve had this experience…You’re starting a new business or blog and you know you need a website. You think, “I’ll just throw up my own site. It’s easy enough.” You do some research and find an enormous range of website options – from the free basic site, to custom designed options costing tens of thousands of dollars. You end up indecisive and more confused and overwhelmed than ever. There are few other “products” in the marketplace that offer such wide ranges of options and price points. It’s safe to say…
  • How to Choose WordPress Hosting

    Kelly Garrett
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:20 am
    So you want a WordPress website? Now it’s time to buy a domain and hosting. Your domain is like the address on your house, and hosting is the lot that contains the house. It’s the physical space where your website files sit on a physical server that’s connected to the internet 24/7. By purchasing hosting service, you’re essentially renting space on these machines along with a staff of people to monitor the machines, make repairs, support customers, and assure the servers are running and connected to the internet as much as possible. Now that we’ve got those…
  • How To Purchase a Domain For Your Website

    Kelly Garrett
    6 Oct 2014 | 1:08 pm
    Domains and hosting can be a very tricky thing to understand about owning a website. Think of it this way: your website is like your house. Your domain is your address, or the house numbers on the front of your house. Hosting is the location where your house sits. You need to have a domain to tell the world where your website lives. You need to have hosting to house the actual website. They are not one in the same and you must have both.  Whether you’re hiring someone to create your website, or doing it yourself, it’s usually a good idea to get your domain yourself. At least be…
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    Attacat of Edinburgh » Brain

  • 10 insights and musings from Google Partners Accelerate 2014 #gpaccelerate

    Attacat Tim
    11 Dec 2014 | 6:28 am
    I’m just back from a couple of inspiring and educational days with Google in Dublin. This was a very international event for Google Partner agencies from as far afield as Russia and South Africa.           Here’s some of the key insights and thoughts that the event has triggered off for me. 1. Mobile, mobile, mobile Which we all know of course. But the event has really hit home just how quick and significant mobile adoption has been and frankly how business is just not keeping up or appreciating it’s impact. Some stats: Time spent: 147 mins a day on smartphone…
  • Recent Google Updates: Improve your Shopping Campaigns

    Andrew Morgan
    2 Dec 2014 | 9:18 am
    When setting up shopping campaigns in Google Adwords, the product data is key if you are to make it a success. With the Christmas season firmly upon us you will want to ensure that you have everything in place to maximize exposure for your products to get those extra sales.   Accuracy is everything To do this it is crucial that your product data is as accurate as possible. This can sometimes be quite a daunting task as issues with shopping ads haven’t always been very easy to diagnose. To make it easier Google have recently introduced the Diagnostics tab within the Google Merchant…
  • Month in Numbers: November 2014

    Charlotte Hardy
    1 Dec 2014 | 7:16 am
    With the lead up to Christmas the biggest stats from November and going forward are likely to revolve around e-commerce activity. In November’s case; Black Friday, the biggest day of the year for retailers, and consumers alike. 2014 is the first year that the UK have actually embraced Black Friday and  boy did it go off with a bang, with riots, arrests and stores forced to close their doors early across the nation. Some UK retailers experienced complete online blackouts, with the average waiting time to gain access to the Curry’s website being 43 minutes. That and more in…
  • A Short and Sweet Guide to Mobile Device Preview Tools

    28 Nov 2014 | 2:44 am
    With mobile devices gobbling up ever more of the internet browsing marketplace, it’s growing ever more important to ensure that your site behaves nicely across a range of screen sizes and browsers. Here’s a short and sweet run-down of a handful of helpful mobile preview tools to give you a quick idea of how your site is doing: Chrome Developer Tools Good for all sorts of interesting tasks, Chrome’s Dev tools enable you to do everything from seeing what cookies are on the page to tweaking page styles on the fly. There’s also a handy mobile web preview tool that you can use to get a…
  • Charlie’s Quick Fire Reading List #8: Tools, Tools all the Tools… And One Cheeky Blog Post

    Charlotte Hardy
    26 Nov 2014 | 8:28 am
    A bunch of tools have flown into the Attacat nest over the past few weeks so we thought we’d share some of them with you. We’ve got so many to try out that we haven’t got round to using them all yet! We’d love to hear your thoughts if you do find any of the below useful. My favourite tool of the bunch is; I just love the user friendly interface, simple instructions and of course, working for a small agency means that anything free gets the gold star in our books. Pagemodo If social media is an important part of your business model and you’re on a tight…
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    latest solar news

  • Essentials of a Solar Greenhouse

    18 Dec 2014 | 6:37 am
    Plant breeding and plant production is a very productive hobby and livelihood. It is good way to earn some living by producing high-valued crops. It is also a good way of contributing to the environment. The best way to sustain this endeavor is to get a solar greenhouse. Read on to learn the basics of the solar greenhouse. What Is a Solar Greenhouse? The very purpose of any greenhouse is to collect solar energy whenever the sun shining high. However, solar greenhouses serve a more specific purpose. It is able to do more than collect the solar energy. The solar greenhouse is able to store heat…
  • Solar Power- How Does It Save The Environment

    12 Dec 2014 | 3:30 pm
    You’ve probably heard a lot about solar energy and how efficient it is. Moreover, over the last few years, there have been several moves to see how effectively we can use solar power in an attempt to alleviate the energy crisis that the world faces. So, how does using solar energy fit into the bigger picture of protecting our environment? The point is that even small changes in the way we do things go a long way in terms of saving our environment. Solar energy is a renewable energy source The sun offers us a great source of renewable energy; it’s been around for over four billion…
  • How Solar Thermal Works In Your Home

    12 Dec 2014 | 2:14 am
    Given energy concerns these days, most homes are now designed to take advantage of passive solar heating concepts. Solar thermal is a big part of this process. How Thermal Mass Works In Your Home Getting a little free heating can go a long way on your utility bill, particularly over the life of a structure. Passive solar heating is the methodology used to achieve this goal. It is a process wherein a home is built or upgraded in such a way as to catch and contain as much of the sunlight in the form of heat as possible. To effectively use solar for heating, thermal mass is a subject you need to…
  • Following A Greener Path: What You Must Understand About Solar Power

    11 Dec 2014 | 3:27 am
    Going forward, people will be using oil less and less. Luckily, you can join this transition by making good use of clean, renewable solar energy today. This article is filled with useful tips and helpful information. When you are just transitioning to solar power, pick something small to start with. There are outdoor lights that are completely run on solar energy. It’s easy to find this sort of product online, at home improvement stores and at big box stores. Installing this sort of lighting system is a no-brainer. Walk down your garden path and poke the lights into the ground! To…
  • Feeling In The Dark About Solar Energy? Check Out These Illuminating Tips!

    10 Dec 2014 | 1:38 pm
    Many people are switching over to solar energy to power their homes these days. To make the best decisions regarding solar energy usage, one must fully understand the consequences and considerations surrounding its use. Read the below article to increase your knowledge on solar energy. There are a couple of different photo-voltaic panels to choose from. Less expensive poly-crystalline panels are not as efficient as the costlier mono-crystalline panels. You should purchase the best possible product your budget can allow when it comes to solar power systems. The efficiency of your solar panels…
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    The B2B Inbound Marketing Blog

  • 5 Proven Inbound Marketing Strategies for 2015

    16 Dec 2014 | 7:00 pm
    There is an old American homily that says “New friends are silver, but old friends are gold.” This saying can also be applied to marketing techniques. Many new marketing strategies exist today, but they can detract from the tried and true effective strategies that have been proven to deliver results.  Here are 5 proven inbound marketing strategies for you to implement in 2015. Google Local Although the name has changed over time, this listing is still an essential part of your inbound marketing campaign. Formerly called Google Places, the listing puts your business front and center…
  • Content Marketing Contrarian Strategies or Best Practices?

    12 Dec 2014 | 5:50 am
    My friends at TrackMaven recently released their Colossal Content Marketing Report, which analyzed 4,618 blogs comprising over 1 million posts and over 1.9 billion social shares in 2,014 to see what's working and what's not in content marketing. The data identified some interesting content marketing best practices and contrarian strategies to drive social engagement. Some will confirm what you thought worked and others will suggest opportunities to amplify your content marketing by trying new approaches. Here are a few of the findings that I found interesting. Saturday is the…
  • A Love Letter to my Customers

    8 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    I'm incredibly grateful for the wonderful customers that I have. Out of all the options they have to spend (or not spend) their money, they were kind enough to trust me with a very iimportant part of their business. I'm humbled and grateful for their trust in me. I've learned that by putting their interests ahead of mine, I come out ahead. My customers invariably care about me and my business and reward my efforts both monetarily and with friendship. That's why I will drop anything I'm doing when a customer needs some help. Here are a few of the reasons I love my customers. They have…
  • The Best Inbound Marketing Advice for Technology Companies

    1 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Is inbound marketing a key part of your B2B sales plan? If not, you're missing out. B2B sales companies, especially those in industries like tech and manufacturing, had some natural reservations in the beginning. You're selling complex products to knowledgeable, highly specialized people. Your customers are people who are more likely to search for information through an academic database like JSTOR or in an expensive trade journal than on Facebook or Google. At least, that's how the thinking goes. Inbound, of course, depends heavily on SEO and social media for its effectiveness. The only…
  • 3 Inbound Marketing Insights You Need to Know

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:34 am
    Inbound marketing, on the level it's done today, just wasn't possible prior to the digital age. Technology was the key limitation. Advertising on TV, or in your local newspaper, for that matter, had to paint in broad strokes. You could look at demographics and do your best to plan, but ultimately you had no way to connect with customers individually. Ads like that were also imposing on customers. TV commercials or half-page print ads were the price you paid for watching your favorite show or catching up on the news. Why does this matter now? Well, technology has reshaped marketing once again,…
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    Fearless Competitor by Jeff Ogden

  • The Awesome Power of Stories in Marketing

    The Fearless Competitor, Jeff Ogden
    19 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    Does your marketing team tell stories to your buyers? Jeff Ogdeno, the award-winning marketing expert and President o f Find New Customers is a big believer in the awesome power of stories in marketing today. Good thing we did not throw out our old Acer laptop, because while Geek Squad at Best Buy fixes Outlook 2013 on our new Lenovo Yoga 2 laptop, we have a computer to use. Glad to have the nice folks at my former employer fixing Outlook 2013 and since I worked for them, I documented everything they might need. The Acer is a lot clunkier than the rocket-fast touch screen Lenovo Yoga 2, but…
  • The Problem with TV ads – They don’t tell you the real story

    The Fearless Competitor, Jeff Ogden
    18 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers, who’s an award-winning marketing expert, sees a lot of misleading TV commercials, but he also reads the Wall St. Journal on his iPad every morning, which gives me the real story behind each company on TV. Let me share with you what this businessman thinks are the three most misleading TV commercials, so you can look at these with open eyes: Volkswagon Sign then Drive deal I have a VW Passat I love, but USA sales are down 12% and their costs in Germany are far too high because they make everything and have strong unions. Plus they have new leadership…
  • How Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers got one of the nicest business cards in America

    The Fearless Competitor, Jeff Ogden
    17 Dec 2014 | 5:48 am
    Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers (the broken video on Find New Customers is now fixed.  Check it out.)) has a beautiful business card, which has impressed so many people, including Gary Bender of Vistage.  It is a beautiful card with round corners and a quote from Seth Godin on a back of every card. A good business card is so important today, and I have a great one. In fact, Gary told me to get some great content, like from our partner, Likeable Local, attach the great business card  to some great content, and share it with businesses to get their attention. Good idea, Gary. We already…
  • Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers is one of the Top 50 Marketing Thought Leaders over 50

    The Fearless Competitor, Jeff Ogden
    16 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers is an award-winning marketing expert who was recently named one of the Top 50 Marketing Thought Leaders over the age of 50 by Brand Quarterly magazine, which was all over Twitter by @fionavesey and @kenthuffman. Winning this award was a great honor and they gave me this cool symbol to share. We also explain why we stopped looking for a top marketing job and instead focused on growing our own company, Find New Customers, with our new business partners later in this post. I hope you take some time to read this great post. Jeff has won many marketing awards,…
  • FIOS is still the very best internet connection

    The Fearless Competitor, Jeff Ogden
    15 Dec 2014 | 8:04 am
    Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers recently tested internet speed using the popular tool, www,, which is the way he measured speed while hosting Marketing Made Simple TV. Results St. Petersburg, Florida (local cable company) Download speed: 5 Mbps Upload speed: 1 Mbps Contrast this to the same test on Long Island, NY. where we used Verizon FIOS, Download speed: 82 Mbps Upload speed: 79 Mps The difference is clear and I don’t care what any cable company tells you. Verizon FIOS is the best internet service anywhere and I sure miss it a lot. I hope to someday switch back to…
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    Inbound Marketing Blog

  • 5 Ways to Protect Your WordPress Site From Hackers

    16 Dec 2014 | 10:28 am
    You may have heard that it’s been a busy week for WordPress hackers this past week. If you haven’t heard, it’s been a busy week for WordPress hackers this past week. ArsTechnica has reported that over 100,000 sites have been infected by these attacks.  In under four days, three of my personal sites have had over 800 malicious login attempts. That’s over 8 attempts every hour. Being hacked isn’t something that happens to non-technical people. It can happen to anyone. I was hacked earlier this year! So, what can you do to protect yourself? Great question! Force secure passwords…
  • How Benefit Corporations Do Good with Good Inbound Marketing

    15 Dec 2014 | 6:30 am
    By now, most people have heard of the shoe brand TOMS, a company founded by Blake Mycoskie, an American traveler and early veteran of the reality show, The Amazing Race. Inspired during a trip to a village in Argentina, where children were playing barefoot, Mycoskie left wanting to provide this community and others like it with an everyday necessity – shoes. His concept for TOMS is simple – for every pair of shoes purchased, a pair will be donated to a child in need. TOMS is not the only brand whose business model focuses on the good of  the community. Benefit, or b-corporations are…
  • Inbound Marketing Highlights - Dharmesh Dishes on HubSpot (HUBS) IPO

    Mike Rastiello and Roman Kniahynyckyj
    14 Dec 2014 | 12:27 pm
    Sunday, Sunday, Sunday marketing nation! Welcome to Sunday's Inbound Marketing Highlights with Mike and Roman. Christmas is 12 days away. How does that make you feel?  Top 10 Marketing Books of 2014 A Bulletproof Guide to Using HTML5 and CSS3 in Email 5 Reasons Why A Social Media Content Calendar Is Important For Your Business Experiencing Blogging Block? Then You Need These 6 Tips and Tools After quiet period, Dharmesh Shah spills insight into HubSpot’s IPO Top 10 Marketing Books of 2014 - Inc. 10 excellent books. Read one a month through October 2015.  A Bulletproof Guide to…
  • Inbound Marketing Highlights - Deadly Design Sins & Iconic Branding

    Mike Rastiello and Roman Kniahynyckyj
    7 Dec 2014 | 4:30 am
    Sunday, Sunday, Sunday marketing nation! Welcome to Sunday's Inbound Marketing Highlights with Mike and Roman. Well it's December! And December is moving fast... 7 Deadly Web Design Sins You Might Be Making The State of Content Marketing Heading Into 2015 How to Promote Your Blog Without Letting The Rest of Your Blogging Slide The basics of branding: How to make your business iconic 9 marketing mistakes that make you look like a rookie 7 Deadly Web Design Sins You Might Be Making - Entrepreneur Think sliders are cool? People used to think parachute pants were cool, too.   The State of…
  • Inbound Marketing Highlights - HubSpot Tops In Customer Satisfaction

    Mike Rastiello and Roman Kniahynyckyj
    30 Nov 2014 | 1:51 pm
    Sunday, Sunday, Sunday marketing nation! Welcome to Sunday's Inbound Marketing Highlights with Mike and Roman. How was your post meal nap this Thanksgiving? Our good reads from this past (short) week.  Searching for a Web Design Firm That Understands Search The rapid growth of inbound marketing in the UK: Infograhic 4 Festive Tips for Holiday Social-Media Marketing Content Marketing And Conferences: Why You've Been Doing It All Wrong G2 Crowd crowns Hubspot as top marketing automation suite for customer satisfaction Searching for a Web Design Firm That Understands Search - New…
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    The IMPACT Blog

  • 20 Statistic-Backed Tips For Succeeding at Content Marketing

    19 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    According to a survey from Content Marketing Institute, 86% of B2B marketers use content marketing, but only 38% believe they're good at it.  While there are many factors that contribute... (For the full post, please click the blog title link above.)
  • 4 Key Areas to Assess When Your Sales Team Isn’t Performing

    Rachel Clapp Miller
    18 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    This post originally appeared on the Force Management Blog. To read more content like this, visit the blog here. If your sales organization is struggling with margins, deal size, and... (For the full post, please click the blog title link above.)
  • A Data-Backed Lesson on How to Write More Engaging Tweets

    17 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    It's that time again. An entire year's worth of data is finally coming to a close. Thanks to our fellow marketing nerds over at HubSpot, we were able to pull a ton of... (For the full post, please click the blog title link above.)
  • Writing for 300 Million People: My Time As A Presidential Speechwriter

    16 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    You’ve probably never heard of John Pollack before.  And who could blame you? He’s a fairly soft-spoken, unassuming writer from Ann Arbor, Michigan who began his career covering the sewer... (For the full post, please click the blog title link above.)
  • How to Minimize Buying Pain to Maximize Sales

    15 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Gaining trust is tricky.  While I'm sure we all wish that our potential customers would willingly throw money at us like something you'd see in a rap music video, it's safe to say that'll only... (For the full post, please click the blog title link above.)
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    Tim Bonner Blog

  • Related Content: The Search For An nRelate Replacement

    Tim Bonner
    19 Dec 2014 | 4:23 pm
    Photo Credit: gerlos via Compfight cc A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from nRelate notifying me that they are retiring their platform from 31 December 2014. I’ve been using their related post and popular post plugins from when I started my blog. For customisation options they were one of the best on the market. I also liked the fact that the popular posts plugin based popularity on page views and not comments received. I’ve been looking at alternatives over the past few days. I haven’t been able to find a good enough equivalent for the popular posts plugin so far.
  • Blogging Sometimes Takes An Unexpected Direction

    Tim Bonner
    11 Dec 2014 | 7:54 am
    Photo Credit: CarbonNYC [in SF!] via Compfight cc I’ve been developing the design of my blog the last few weeks. Small tweaks here and there to make the user experience better. The last few days though I’ve made some bigger changes to the layout of my posts. Have you spotted them? I Removed Disqus It was back in August that I decided to remove CommentLuv Premium from my blog and install Disqus. It wasn’t a quick decision. I’d been thinking about it for quite some time. I had issues with broken links and spam using CommentLuv. I know there was a way around the spam…
  • Responsive Web Design: An Essential Step For A Better User Experience

    Tim Bonner
    7 Dec 2014 | 6:33 am
    I’ve spent the last few days making my site mobile-friendly. It already had a responsive web design but I wanted to make things simpler for mobile and tablet users. I’ve been brushing up on some CSS to get my site where I wanted it to be and now I’m pretty much there. It was interesting to see from the research I’ve done that quite a few of the blogs I visit aren’t mobile-friendly. I spent some time browsing several sites on my phone and often struggled to read and interact. I’m sure you don’t want that for your site so what’s the answer? Is…
  • Black Friday Deals for Bloggers 2014

    Tim Bonner
    27 Nov 2014 | 11:31 am
    We’re almost at Black Friday again and it’s the time of year when there are some fantastic deals to be had. If you’re looking for some new tools for your blog and/or business then now is the time to take advantage! Here are the deals I’ve come across so far but there will be more added as and when I find out about them. (There are many more deals out there but I’m only promoting products and services I personally use or have used.) Don’t forget to bookmark this page and come back again so you don’t miss out on any new Black Friday deals I’ve…
  • Do You Follow Bad Blogging Advice Or Take Your Own Path?

    Tim Bonner
    24 Nov 2014 | 2:00 am
    Other blog owners have told me many times, either directly or in their blog posts, that the path to blogging success involves: working into the early hours; tonnes of promotion; networking like crazy; commenting on other blogs; being everywhere; being part of a blogging community; keeping to a consistent posting schedule. The trouble is I don’t think their advice is always beneficial. There isn’t a one size fits all approach to blogging. Every individual has their own reason for blogging and that includes for business or for pleasure. I’ve tried many approaches and…
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    Blue Interactive Agency

  • HTML5 – Responsive Web Design Checklist

    Peter Brooke
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:29 am
    For the past few years, responsive web design has been hailed as “the future of the web,” with tech gurus declaring that businesses would need to have responsively designed websites if they wanted to remain competitive in the future. When the use of mobile devices to access the Internet outpaced the use of PCs earlier this year, the future became now. Websites designed for viewing on PC or laptop screens do not translate well to the smaller screen sizes and shapes of mobile devices. Webpages are either too small to see or only show a small portion of a page at a time so users have to…
  • Choosing a Web Project Management Company

    Peter Brooke
    17 Dec 2014 | 8:03 am
    Your website is the heart of your company’s online presence. It introduces your company to potential clients, serves as the face of your company on the web, and is responsible for building your brand. Creating an effective website design and managing the ongoing chores needed to ensure your website is positioned for maximum effectiveness takes more time and effort than most busy professionals have to spare. A web project management company can take care of those chores for you, overseeing every step of creating, establishing, and maintaining an effective web presence for your company.
  • 10 Hottest Content Marketing Trends To Watch Out For In 2015

    Peter Brooke
    12 Dec 2014 | 8:41 am
    If online marketing companies have one universal message to end 2014, it is that Content is King. Content marketing really came into its own in 2014, as analytic tools made it clear that relevant, useful content was much more successful at engaging customers, generating leads, and building brands than the overly promotional methods of the past. After hours of combing through articles and watching developing trends, we’ve identified what we think will be the hottest content marketing trends in 2015. Keep an eye on them with us and let’s see what develops in the coming year! Mobile…
  • 10 Search Marketing Trends To Watch For in 2015

    Peter Brooke
    9 Dec 2014 | 10:01 am
    It’s a truism that search marketing trends are constantly changing, as companies seek out new and innovative ways to get their businesses noticed, and search engines adjust to level the playing field. 2015 promises more changes on the way, with a number of new trends that could have a devastating effect on your company’s marketing efforts unless you make some key shifts in your search engine marketing (SEM) strategies. With contextual and voice searches taking precedence over keyword searches, and mobile overtaking desktop searches, companies are going to have to adapt quickly if they…
  • 10 Social Media Trends for 2015

    Peter Brooke
    4 Dec 2014 | 9:23 am
    Social media has changed drastically in the past few years. What was once the purview of a few enterprising techies has become a worldwide phenomenon shared by more than a quarter of the world’s population. 72% of all internet users are now active on social media, with the number climbing daily as millions of users flock to platforms like Pinterest and Instagram that did not even exist five years ago. With this enormous upsurge in social media use, social media marketing has moved from an interesting advertising “extra” to become an essential component of every successful business’s…
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  • 4 Steps for PR Pros to Get Started With Sponsored Articles

    Brian Conlin
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:30 am
    This is a guest post by Ashley Sherman of DigitalRelevance, which specializes in content promotion and distribution. As a PR professional, I doubt I’m alone in thinking that paid media feels counterintuitive. Historically, PR professionals have dealt largely in earned media – that is, not paying for coverage or awareness. But there’s no denying that […]
  • David Ehrlich Joins Time Out New York

    Beth Blanchard
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:07 am
    Time Out New York has hired David Ehrlich to serve as associate film editor. He was previously a senior editor at Time Out New York is available on a number of social platforms, including Twitter, Facebook and Google+; follow along to stay current with the latest happenings in the city that never sleeps.
  • Katy McColl Heads to Southern Living

    Cision Staff
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:34 am
    Katy McColl will join Southern Living as senior executive editor in mid-January 2015. She replaces Hunter Lewis, who was named editor for Cooking Light in September 2014. Previously, McColl worked as the executive editor for Country Living and O at Home. For more southern-themed recipes, decorating ideas and gardening tips, follow Southern Living on Pinterest.
  • Will Hobson Heads to Washington Post

    Cision Staff
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:33 am
    Will Hobson will join the Washington Post as sports news reporter on  Jan. 26. Previously, Hobson worked as a reporter for the Tampa Bay Times covering Florida government and operations. For more national news, follow Washington Post on Twitter.
  • Cheryl Scott Joins WLS-TV

    Cision Staff
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:32 am
    Cheryl Scott has joined WLS-TV as a Meteorologist. Previously, Scott worked as a weekend meteorologist at WMAQ-TV as well as weekend anchor for WBIR-TV. For more news, follow WLS-TV on Twitter.
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  • The Gift Guide for Your Office Staff

    Kristen Daukas
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:49 am
    ‘ Tis the season to be celebrating and giving, and I thought it would be insightful (and fun!) to ask each of our team members what they thought would make great gifts for their departments. Once we got past the “an office with a view of the ocean” and they realized that it was something […]
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  • Tech on Tap November

    Derek Denholm
    26 Nov 2014 | 10:39 am
    As every other blog in the world has gone niche-niche, Vancity Buzz went the other way, providing a range of headline news, sports, entertainment, fashion and other topics that would ordinarily fall under the purview of ‘traditional media’. With 4.3 million visits per month and growing, their strategy seems to be paying off. How did they achieve the kind of media success that makes advertisers salivate with a purely online model? Find out at the next Tech on Tap for November, happening this Wednesday starting at 6 pm! Socialize, enjoy some amazing craft beer and a talk by one of…
  • Holiday Apps to Cheer For

    Amy Johnston
    18 Nov 2014 | 3:10 pm
    Christmas is quickly approaching and the countdown is on. It’s that time of year again when planning and attending festivities take place, creating wish lists and purchasing that perfect gift are a must and wrapping, baking, cooking and preparing are all on your list of to-do’s. Sound exhausting? How does one get it all done? Don’t sweat it! We all know the holidays can be a stressful time of year, which is why we created a list of the top free apps to use this holiday season to decrease your stress and make this holiday the easiest one yet. We have broken the list into two categories,…
  • Our Digital Marketing Heals the Sick and Saves Lives

    Derek Denholm
    8 Oct 2014 | 3:31 pm
    OK, technically, we can’t connect a particular tweet or blog post with someone who got out of hospital with a clean bill of health. Still, our marketing efforts have helped Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation raise hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of many big community events. That money helps purchase hospital equipment used to treat thousands of patients in the community hospital serving the Tri-Cities area in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland. We started volunteering with the ERHF a while back because we believe in giving back. Soon after we started working with them, it became…
  • Digital PR. Killing the Old Media Gatekeepers Softly

    Derek Denholm
    1 Oct 2014 | 11:02 am
    If the dawn of the Internet age gave newspaper editors a headache, the ubiquity of smartphones and mobile devices is giving them a guillotine-worthy sore neck. The cull continues this week, with major newsprint entity Transcontinental throwing 20 more newspaper operations onto the funeral pyre. For marketers, this is the end of an era for traditional PR, where pitching the editors, or old media gatekeepers, was all that mattered. These days, it’s much harder to justify a media spend on print (and to a lesser extent, radio and television); you’re promised exposure to 100,000 or 200,000 or…
  • Event Marketing and the GROW Conference

    Derek Denholm
    13 Aug 2014 | 4:41 pm
    The GROW Conference in Whistler is coming up on 20-22 August and for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and technology pioneers here in Vancouver and from out of town, it looks to be the event of the summer. Like most entrepreneurs, I often wish I had a bit more time to meet smart movers and shakers and learn new tricks at events like this. From blockbusters we all know like Google, Yahoo and Facebook to up-and-coming stars like Jawbone, Lockitron, Misfit Wearables and more, it looks like all the big players will be gathering at this who’s who of the future of innovation and business. How…
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  • 10 Tips I Wish I Had Known As A Bootstrapping Entrepreneur

    7 Dec 2014 | 10:30 pm
    There’s nothing quite like the feeling you have the day you quit your job to start your own company. It’s nothing short of exhilarating and sheer terror all wrapped up in one giant ball of nervous anticipation to get going.Your emotions run high the day you leave the comfort of a normal job. You’re excited for the dream and potential of being on your own and the successes that could bring. But at the same time fear, trepidation, and self-doubt are always in the back of your mind.10 tips I wish I had known as a bootstrapping entrepreneur.Click To Tweet - Powered By CoScheduleI have…
  • Why Your Lack Of Google Mobile Ads Are Killing You, And How To Fix It

    7 Dec 2014 | 2:09 pm
    Consider these two statistics from Google’s 2013 Mobile Path to Purchase report:93% of people that use mobile to research go on to complete a purchase of a product or service, and over half of consumers want to make a purchase within an hour of conducting research on their smartphone. <p>We’re all aware that mobile and smartphone visitors to our websites has taken off in the last few years. How can you ensure that you are capturing that smartphone and mobile traffic with your Google Adwords campaign?</p> <p>In this video I outline several simple steps you can do to…
  • How To Beat The Competition Using Facebook Custom Audiences

    1 Dec 2014 | 10:32 am
    There is so much hype this time of year around holiday marketing that it is challenging as a small or medium business to stand out from the giant retailers or larger competitors. Fortune 500 companies dump millions of advertising dollars into traditional media promoting offers, great deals, and deep discounts. You as a small or medium business owner (SMB) don’t have those marketing resources.Your single best marketing tactic is to sell to your past customers who are most likely to buy from you again. The customers most likely to buy from you are your past customers. Consider using Facebook…
  • The One Big Problem With Large National Websites

    30 Nov 2014 | 2:12 pm
    One of the biggest problems with conversion for large national multi-location business websites (e.g. franchises) has to do with consumer usability and global menus that lead customers away from local contact information. Site usability is poor as a result and consumers get lost easily once on the website and it becomes difficult for the customer to find local contact information – this greatly inhibits lead generation and sales. One of the biggest problems for large national websites that have many locations throughout the country is decreased conversion optimization efforts due to…
  • The Benefits of Remarketing on Google, Facebook [video]

    26 Nov 2014 | 5:39 pm
    Fewer than 10% of your website visitors convert to a lead on a first visit to your website. Watch this short video below to learn more about why remarketing on Google and Facebook is the secret marketing weapon that costs you very little money, and is easy to implement. Remarketing, sometimes also referred to as retargeting, is one of the most effective online marketing tactics a business can implement. It generally doesn’t require a lot of budget either. So what is remarketing? Remarketing allows you the website owner to follow your existing customers, or prospects, online serving them…
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    Advice Interactive Group

  • The 2014 Wrap Up: SEO in Review

    Bernadette Coleman
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:18 am
    Google likes to keep us SEOs and digital marketing professionals on our toes and they did a really good job in 2014. Here is a short summary of the SEO changes Google rolled out this year. Pigeon and Penguin In July, Google introduced the new Pigeon algorithm: a local search device that takes location services into account when making searches. For local businesses and sites, this development is hugely important to getting traffic that you want from the places that you want them to come from. This algorithm is largely useful to smaller businesses working on a small scale, but can cause some…
  • Give and you shall receive… Do you believe in this statement?

    Lissa Duty
    12 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    During the holidays, I find I spend more time reflecting on my surroundings and how I can be more charitable in my day-to-day activities. It is great when you have the opportunity to connect these goals with other individuals and organizations. Advice Interactive Group is one of those organizations that I have a strong connection with. Not just because I work here, but also because we have a common core value, which is to further the digital marketing industry, provide education, and help people by giving of time, money and resources. How do we give? Fund the development of cutting edge…
  • The 2014 Wrap-Up: Social Media in Review

    Bernadette Coleman
    9 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    As we close out 2014, we review what has changed in social media and how it affects the future of business. Is Facebook the winner for 2014?  Year after year Facebook has solidified the model for successful social media sites, and after 10 years of being on the web, it’s a giant that ranks right up along with Google in terms of prevalence and usage. Even as Google+ has been pushing into the social media world, Facebook is still the giant that all social media sites model after. Even Twitter has continually been making changes to resemble Facebook functionality. And LinkedIn, wow, they…
  • Join Us at the 2014 LEADING IN LOCAL: Interactive Local Media Conference in San Francisco

    Natalie Gould
    1 Dec 2014 | 7:38 am
    What better way to end the year than by learning about the best SEO and SEM strategies for local searches? Imagine getting a head start on better focusing your marketing and advertising strategy for 2015 while spending a few days in San Francisco. Our CEO, Bernadette Coleman, will be speaking at the LEADING IN LOCAL: Interactive Media Conference along with several advertising/marketing agencies, local media suppliers, financial analysts and hundreds of other leaders in interactive local media. Her speech, entitled “Getting Ahead with Local Search, 2015,” will give you an…
  • Put the Social in Social Media: Humanize Your Social Media

    Lissa Duty
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:00 am
    Using social media to reach your customer and potential customer on a daily basis is imperative. However, brands often forget the most important facet of social media – SOCIAL! You wouldn’t walk into a party and say, “Buy my product, download my eBook, join my list,” so why are you doing it online? How to Put Social in Your Social Media Be real in what you post Post pictures of your team working on a project Share victories with your online tribe Use your knowledge to help others I am not saying these types of updates are all you post.  What I am saying is mix these…
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    Depth of Knowledge by Jeff Sauer

  • Tracking Backbone.js eCommerce Transactions with Google Analytics

    Josh Moe
    8 Dec 2014 | 11:30 am
    Today’s post is a guest post from Josh Moe. After taking my Google Analytics training class this fall, Josh has been diving deep into the technical aspects of Google Analytics for his clients, with excellent results. When Josh told me about a problem he solved for tracking backbone.js websites, I was impressed. The student had become the master!  While building web applications with Backbone.js serves a purpose, tracking user activity with Google Analytics on these applications can be challenging. For those of you unfamiliar with backbone.js, it is an application development…
  • How to easily Integrate OptimizePress and MemberMouse for Killer Membership Sites

    Jeff Sauer
    3 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    While there are many ways to make money on your website, few of them involve complete control over the product you are selling. You can make great money through affiliate programs or advertising in the short term. But that money might disappear next month or next year. As Danny Glover once told Mel Gibson, I’m going to tell you right now: I’m getting too old for that shit. Since I am both a bit of a control freak and a constant worrier, my plan is to monetize websites by selling products that I have developed. These products include digital downloads and a subscription based…
  • The Importance of Setting Goals in Life

    Jeff Sauer
    14 Nov 2014 | 11:53 am
      Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Such a cliche. You have surely heard that question in a business setting or on a job interview… … and thought it was complete bullshit. How could I possibly know where I will be in 5 years?  So much can happen over the course of time that a 5 year plan sounds useless, doesn’t it? Setting goals may be the most useful thing that you ever do. It was for me at least. Life is a multiple-choice question with no wrong answers I was prompted to write this post based on a tweet this morning from one of my guides, Avinash Kaushik. A. You can have a…
  • My Experience with OptimizePress: Hitting a Wall, Giving In and Finding Zen

    Jeff Sauer
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:15 pm
    While my loyal readers and newsletter subscribers are probably aware that I have spent a great deal of the past 6 months working on a website/product/startup called Knowledge Land, it may be new to some of you. The vision behind Knowledge Land is to provide experience, training, coaching and inspiration to anyone who is interested in becoming a more valuable in their digital marketing career. The website is a natural extension of the classroom teaching that I have been offering for the past several years, only in a format that is more accessible to my global audience of interested marketers…
  • Analytics for SEO: Time to Grow Up and Think Like an Executive

    Jeff Sauer
    26 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
    In June of this year I presented at the SMX Advanced conference in Seattle about a topic that is near and dear to my heart: Dealing with the problem of (not provided) keywords in our web analytics tools. As someone who has taught Google Analytics certification courses for the past 4 years, I receive questions nearly every day asking what to do about missing keyword data. At first, I said that we should hope that Google would change their mind and start providing Keyword data again. Time went on and wishful thinking turned into denial, denial turned to conspiracy theories and then came…
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  • Six-Figures with Membership Sites

    Kim Roach
    19 Dec 2014 | 5:44 am
    This is a video that I’ve watched MULTIPLE times while preparing for 2015. It’s all about how to create six and 7-figure businesses through membership sites and recurring income. Listen in as James Schramko teaches how to simplify your business and grow 10X with just ONE product. Learn more about the brains behind this video… James Schramko of (A Must-Read) – (Another one of my favorites :)
  • The Top 10 Tools I Can’t Live Without…

    Kim Roach
    16 Dec 2014 | 5:57 am
    I get a little geeky when it comes to my favorite web tools. Ok… so REALLY geeky. I’m pretty much a total nerd fest :) So I thought I’d share my Top 10 favorite tools for running our business online…   1. Aweber – This is the service I use to manage our email newsletter. Aweber allows us to grow our subscriber list, send follow-up emails, and create an automated marketing system that works for you 24/7. This is by far one of the most important tools for running a profitable online business. I’ve tried a couple of different email services (including…
  • Top 100+ Content Marketing Tools

    Kim Roach
    5 Aug 2014 | 7:24 pm
    Creating and promoting your content is a BIG task. In fact, I often spend a few days writing a single blog post. The one you’re reading right now took 12+ hours. But it’s well worth the effort. Content Marketing (when done properly) can attract thousands of visitors to your blog posts, grow your subscriber list, and build a raving fan base around your products and services. It’s not easy. It takes some elbow grease. And there’s no magic secret. But… There are some cool tools that will make your life as a blogger a LOT easier. And I’ve collected them all…
  • How to Grow Your Blog from 0 to 100,000 Visitors Per Month

    Kim Roach
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:01 am
      Could You Do Me a Favor?If you could take 2 minutes to leave a rating & review on iTunes that would totally ROCK my world! Click Here to Leave a Review Transcript Below… Hey there! Kim Roach here and welcome to another episode of the 10-minute marketing show where we help entrepreneurs build a life and business they love in just 10-minutes per day. Every episode will be rapid fire 10-minutes of actionable strategies that you can use to grow your business. Without further ado, let’s dive in to today’s 10-minutes of marketing. Your Daily Habits Determine Your…
  • Goal Setting, Michael Jordan, & The Compounding Effect

    Kim Roach
    25 Jun 2014 | 7:21 am
      Could You Do Me a Favor?If you could take 2 minutes to leave a rating & review on iTunes that would totally ROCK my world! Click Here to Leave a Review Hey there! Kim Roach here and welcome to another episode of the 10-Minute Marketing Show. Where we help entrepreneurs build a life and business they love in just 10 minutes per day. Every episode will be rapid-fire. 10-minutes of actionable strategies that you can use to grow your business. So without further ado, let’s dive into today’s 10-minutes of marketing… And today’s episode is all about goal setting. One…
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    ZOG Digital Blog

  • How To Grow Your Following And Increase Engagement In 2015

    ZOG Digital
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:13 am
    A new year means its time to take a fresh look at your goals and marketing strategy. Industry changes have affected the way marketers operate online and it’s important to embrace new developments to keep your approach effective. With a close eye on recent marketing trends we have established a quick guide to increase your engagement in 2015.   Analyze The Data – Examine historical website and campaign metrics to understand how users are engaging. Step Up Your Content Plan – Set measurable goals to keep your content consistent and leverage multiple channels for distribution. Try…
  • How to Increase In-Store Sales With Online Marketing

    ZOG Digital
    18 Dec 2014 | 6:04 am
    Developing a strong digital presence can help drive sales to offline stores. Leverage the following 7 tips to put your online efforts to work for your brand.   Analyze data to understand audience segments Develop content for niche interests Use paid media to promote content Keep branding consistent on- and offline Create and nurture advocacy Offer valuable customer support online Measure results and adjust for success   For additional learning on how to increase your offline sales with online marketing, read our full article by ZOG Digital’s Sara Flick in  …
  • eTail Directors Report Summary – How To Stay Ahead Of Retail Industry Changes

    ZOG Digital
    17 Dec 2014 | 6:51 am
    The retail industry is transforming into a more mobile and digital space that requires your brand to take action to keep customers engaged. eTail has recently released a Directors Report on building transformative eCommerce and multi-channel experiences that helps map out industry changes and what your marketing team should be doing to stay ahead. Below, we have summarized the highlights from the report into an actionable list to keep your brand engaged.   Digital Development Over the last few years mobile has transformed the digital space with continuous access, revolutionary search…
  • 7 Bad Digital Marketing Habits To Ditch in 2015

    ZOG Digital
    16 Dec 2014 | 7:12 am
    With so many constant industry changes and moving parts of a digital strategy it can be challenging to not fall victim to at least a few bad habits. We analyzed the common problems we witnessed from many brands this year and developed a quick guide to help keep you effective and focused in 2015.   Refresh your goals and monitor success with monthly and quarterly analysis Develop cohesive plans that tie all your marketing efforts together to compliment one another Automation in moderation – keep a personal touch to your content and community outreach Develop your content for mobile to…
  • How Restaurants Can Turn Online Followers Into Sit-Down Diners

    ZOG Digital
    11 Dec 2014 | 6:30 am
    Thomas Stern discusses how restaurants can leverage digital marketing tactics to bring online fans through your doors.  This article was originally published by FSR Magazine ———- Often many restaurants question the true value and ROI of digital marketing efforts. While there are many reasons to develop and actively maintain your brand’s presence online, most restaurant marketers are primarily focused on getting followers to put down their laptops and pick up a fork. By leveraging digital strategies properly, you can increase the amount of customers walking through the doors.
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  • 8 Tips About Social Posting for Engagement

    18 Dec 2014 | 4:30 am
    Most marketers realize that announcing and sharing their posts on social media sites like Twitter, Google+, or Facebook is an important part of attracting interest. Doing so allows you to alert your connections that you have new content to check out, and could even help jumpstart a conversation with the people you want to get to know. Social posting requires more than just tweeting out a link to your new blog article. If you want to get the maximum effect for your effort, here are a handful of tips you may want to keep in mind: 1. Introduce your post in the right way. We all know that…
  • 7 Tongue-in-Cheek Marketing Predictions for 2015

    15 Dec 2014 | 4:30 am
    What will be the future of the Internet and online marketing in 2015? This is a question asked around this time every year. Most of the answers coming from the “experts” are often either vague or completely obvious. So what’s a marketer to do? Because you have so much riding on your website, I wanted to do better for you this time around and give you some concrete ideas you can actually use and plan for in the coming year. And so, without any further preamble, here are my seven boldest online marketing predictions for 2015: 1. We’ll see a website unemployment crisis. Facing budget…
  • Did the Penguin 3 Update Put Your Website on Thin Ice?

    11 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    If you are a pro, this might be so last month, but if you are still figuring out the SEO puzzle you’ll want to pay particular attention. It’s likely you’ve already heard of the recent Penguin 3.0 update to Google’s search algorithm (which was first introduced in October but is being rolled out in stages)... What you might not know, however, is what changed and whether you should be worried for your website rankings. Is Google’s newest Penguin update going to put your website plans on thin ice? As always, the first step towards finding the right answer is understanding just what…
  • 3 Easy Ways to Foster Creativity in Your Company

    6 Dec 2014 | 5:30 am
    Creativity is a popular subject in the business world, and a crucial element to any online marketing campaign. It’s also notoriously difficult to define and identify. So it was very interesting to those of us in the content creation world when Adobe – the leader in creativity-enhancing software – released a study on the way it works in organizations around the globe. You can see a summary of Adobe’s findings on creativity in an infographic here, but perhaps their most eye-opening conclusion was that a lot of people feel that creativity is being stifled within schools and workplaces.
  • 4 Steps to Quality Stalking Using Disqus

    1 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Social engagement isn’t just a buzzword we use at KAYAK; it’s the key to generating one-on-one connections with influential people (and vice versa). So it’s not hard to understand why we’re big fans of anything that makes the process of keeping in touch with your best contacts and commenting on or alongside their ideas a little bit easier. That’s where a handy little tool called Disqus comes in. As a blog commenting tool, Disqus doesn’t just help you reduce the typical comment form barrier to engagement on your own blog, but also allows you to follow your favourite topics and…
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    Acceleration Partners

  • Understanding Incrementality in Affiliate Programs

    Robert Glazer
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:26 pm
    This article was originally published by Performance In. Right now, “incrementality” is a hot word in online affiliate marketing. According to our friends at Affiliate Window in a recent blog post, incrementality “consists of sales that an advertiser would not have obtained without a publisher’s contribution”. That means that incrementality measures more than just new customers — it is about sales that result from your marketing efforts through media partners that may not have happened otherwise. To measure incrementality, it is vital to get a complete picture of where your sales…
  • Acceleration Partners Named a Finalist for Two Pinnacle Awards

    Curran Boomer
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Exciting news! Acceleration Partners has been named a finalist for two Pinnacle Awards at Affiliate Summit West 2015. Acceleration Partners has been nominated for OPM/Agency of the Year with ebove & beyond and Schaaf-PartnerCentric. This is the second year in a row we’ve had the honor of being nominated for this award. Bob Glazer has also been nominated as Affiliate Marketing Advocate with Brian Littleton and Tricia Meyer. It’s an honor to be nominated alongside so many innovative members of the affiliate industry. We have to thank our awesome team and our clients for making it…
  • 12 Things Your Affiliate Program Should Be Doing This Holiday Season

    Meghan Schwartz Joseph
    16 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    This article originally appeared in Retail Online Integration. Making sure that your affiliate program is prepared for the holiday season is critical to making the most of this high-traffic time. Follow these 12 rules to make sure your affiliates are taking part in the happiest time of the year for e-commerce: 1. Tell affiliates about promotions early on so that they have time to prepare content in advance. There’s a lot of competition for their time and site real estate; make it as easy as possible for affiliates to promote your brand. 2. Having affiliates you can trust is important.
  • North American Stumbling Blocks for European Programs

    Matthew Wool
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    This article originally appeared in FeedFront Magazine. As the world of online retail grows increasingly global, many European merchants are looking to expand to the mega market of the United States and Canada. However, many of these companies have stumbled with their affiliate programs as they cross the pond. Why? One likely factor is the difference between the affiliate industry in North America and Europe when it comes to regulations, the agency/network landscape, and attribution. Regulations In Europe, the IAB (an association representing the digital businesses of twenty-seven countries)…
  • Check This List Twice: Paid Search Tips for the Holiday Season

    Sarah Johnson
    10 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    For those of us working in the digital world, the holiday season is one of the most active times of the year. But it’s important to remember that to get the most out of the season, digital marketers should be preparing for a marathon, not a quick sprint. The holiday digital marketing marathon lasts long after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It even extends beyond December. To ensure that you’re maximizing your holiday campaigns, check this list — twice — to ensure you’re covering all those holiday bases. Complete your holiday health checks early. Over the course…
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    Angela Booth's Creativity Factory

  • LinkedIn Strategy: 5 Steps to Get Started

    Angela Booth
    13 Dec 2014 | 7:03 pm
    Should you be using LinkedIn? That depends on what you want to achieve. I’ve been helping a couple of clients to develop a LinkedIn strategy, and in the process, have been creating my own. To date, I’ve spent less time on LinkedIn to focus on Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+. LinkedIn is perfect for professional networking, so I’ll be more active there going forward. LinkedIn shines in that it’s a network for business connections, rather than a purely social networking site; you won’t find the animated GIFs and cat videos that you find on the other sites.
  • Content Creation Or Content Curation: Which Is Better?

    Angela Booth
    10 Dec 2014 | 4:03 pm
    Everyone’s doing content now; companies are becoming publishers. This question comes up continually: content creation or content curation? Content curation is cheaper, the thinking goes, but which is better? (BTW, thinking that content curation is cheaper is incorrect.) Bottom line: it’s what your budget allows. It’s also what your marketing plan requires. Many companies are committed to traditional marketing, so content marketing needs supporters within the company. Content Creation: Original, Compelling Content Is Ideal Original content is always better. It gets you out there. You get…
  • Social Media Bravery With Negative Reviews

    Angela Booth
    9 Dec 2014 | 7:15 pm
    If you’ve published a book, started a business, or have put yourself out there in any way, social media can horrify you. Negative opinions hurt. One way to handle negative reviews Over the past month, a couple of my book marketing students have received negative reviews. While it’s fine for me to say: “DON’T read reviews if you think they’ll upset you — focus on writing your new book,” it’s not exactly helpful. Then I found this article in SmartCompany about Zumbo, the celebrity pastry chef, who’s using his negative reviews as a marketing campaign: “Overpriced,…
  • Desk, a Mac Desktop Blogging Editor

    Angela Booth
    8 Dec 2014 | 9:13 pm
    I have a serious addiction: Mac apps. As things go, it’s not a serious addiction, of course. However, it’s a nuisance. Just this week, I bought Typed, a Mac Markdown editor. Now there’s Desk, another blogging editor. (Sigh.) Why, oh why yet another app? A couple of reasons. I like blogging as a break from serious writing — that is,  client projects. It’s my little reward, so I’m always working on a blog post. Also, Desk lets you use Markdown. I adore Markdown. So I couldn’t resist. Obviously I like playing with apps and blogging more than I like doing serious work. :-)…
  • Quick Google+ Tip: Send Someone a Message

    Angela Booth
    8 Dec 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Google+ is a great social network, and it has these benefits — it can help your “ordinary” content to get indexed more quickly on Google itself. Don’t rely wholly on this attribute, but you’ll often find that your content on Google+ happily outranks your content elsewhere. That said, Google+ can be confusing, because of the way it does things. For example, it’s not immediately obvious how you send someone a personal message, directly to them, that only they will see. If you’re new to Google+ here’s how to send someone a private message in…
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  • Cyber Monday Deals Round Up – Hosting, Themes and More

    Pragati Bidkar
    29 Nov 2014 | 1:21 am
    Pragati Bidkar, Are you taking a breather from shopping for Black Friday? So you shopped for clothes and gadgets, but how about some things that can really help your business ? Our newly launched blogging eBook is a deal you can’t miss if you want to start a blog, build your site or move to WordPress. Black Friday Cyber Monday deals are the best time to invest in some long needed tools for your business. This is when you get a good rate on hosting. And since many different providers have specials, you get your pick. I already wrote about our own Black Friday…
  • Black Friday Cyber Monday Super Sale from RightMixTech

    Pragati Bidkar
    27 Nov 2014 | 10:55 pm
    Pragati Bidkar, Black Friday has changed a lot over the years. Sales are starting earlier each year. Many big stores right from Walmart to Macy’s offer online deals. But nothing can beat the anticipation of lining up outside a store on a chilly morning, with a list of the deals you just have to grab. I still fondly remember my first Black Friday sale when we drove three hours to the nearest shopping outlet across state lines. In recent years, the whole Black Friday excitement was marred a bit because Friday was never a holiday at the finance company where I worked.
  • Crave Theme for Food Bloggers – Stand Out!

    Pragati Bidkar
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:31 am
    Pragati Bidkar, Crave theme is aptly named for foodies, because the word itself conjures our most decadent fantasies. If you want to start a food blog, settle down with a cup of coffee because you will want to make note of this lesser known WordPress theme from the Studiopress shop. I recently won an award for my own food blog, so I can safely say I know a thing or two about the topic ;). Crave is an eye catching Genesis WordPress theme from The Pixelista Jessica Barnard. Foodie theme may be the number 1 selling Studiopress theme for food bloggers, but Crave can hold…
  • The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Advertising: Book Review

    Prasanna Bidkar
    7 Nov 2014 | 9:12 am
    Prasanna Bidkar, Facebook is without doubt the most wide and demographically plural social media network. With 328 thousand likes per minute, you can imagine the number of people that are on Facebook at any given moment. No wonder, Facebook advertising has become one of the most important networks for eWOM  and traditional digital advertising in sidebar. Facebook’s Newsfeed advertising option integrates your ads at just the right places and makes sure that the user sees them. But anything this powerful comes with a plethora of options and needs strategy to reach…
  • 87+ Halloween Blog Post Ideas for Niche Bloggers

    Pragati Bidkar
    23 Oct 2014 | 9:39 am
    Pragati Bidkar, If you are new to blogging or about to start a blog, the Fall season is the perfect time to do it! Halloween is one of the highlights of the Fall season, for kids and grownups alike. Trick and treating brings out the inner child in most of us and tons of candy corn lines the aisles of supermarkets and office desks. Seasonal posts are great for your blog traffic because they capitalize on trending keywords. Writing such posts should be part of your content strategy. And with just a week left until the scare fest, you bet anyone will click on a title with…
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    Launch Grow Joy » Blog

  • Two MUST-HAVE tools for an amazing 2015!

    18 Dec 2014 | 9:04 am
    Do you feel overwhelmed in your business? If so, you’re definitely not alone! When I first started my t-shirt business in 2007 I felt like things were going great at first and I had everything “under control.” I was able... The post Two MUST-HAVE tools for an amazing 2015! appeared first on Launch Grow Joy.
  • More than 40 work-life balance tips from dad entrepreneurs

    11 Dec 2014 | 8:25 pm
    Are you a dad entrepreneur trying to do it all? There are now more fathers than ever who are starting businesses, in addition to having children. Many parents, both mothers and fathers alike, are now starting businesses that fit their... The post More than 40 work-life balance tips from dad entrepreneurs appeared first on Launch Grow Joy.
  • What it takes to run a six-figure ecommerce store with Steve Chou of @mywifequit

    10 Dec 2014 | 9:25 am
    Do you want to know what it takes to run a six-figure ecommerce store? If so, in today’s interview with Steve Chou of and, you’ll get to hear how Steve and his wife Jennifer managed to net over... The post What it takes to run a six-figure ecommerce store with Steve Chou of @mywifequit appeared first on Launch Grow Joy.
  • Three ways to stand out to retailers

    8 Dec 2014 | 10:02 am
    This is a guest post by Sarah Leung of Handshake. The world of wholesale is a competitive one. Retail buyers are overwhelmed by a market saturated with products and the many high-stakes decisions they must make to stock their store... The post Three ways to stand out to retailers appeared first on Launch Grow Joy.
  • More than 90 work-life balance tips from mom entrepreneurs

    2 Dec 2014 | 8:28 am
    Are you a mom entrepreneur trying to do it all? I started my first full time business (an eco-friendly t-shirt company called Tees for Change), a month before giving birth to my first baby, so I had to quickly learn... The post More than 90 work-life balance tips from mom entrepreneurs appeared first on Launch Grow Joy.
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    Godot Media

  • Content Marketing Trends and Predictions for 2015

    16 Dec 2014 | 3:11 am
    Scientists have predicted that 2015 is going to be the warmest year on record and the price of coffee is expected to rise. However, talking purely in terms of relevance, here are some predictions that might be evoke greater interest if you are a content marketing professional: Value Over Volume With social networks having become primary sources of content discovery, some businesses have been fussing over the number of views/likes/followers to assess the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns. Although they aren’t completely wrong in doing so, wise marketers will tell you that…
  • How to Use B2B Content Marketing to Increase Conversions

    20 Nov 2014 | 3:57 am
    While content plays a significant role in B2B content marketing, its benefits can only be reaped if it is applied the right way. Content can be used for product or service promotion, lead generation, and making a connection with prospective and existing customers. However, marketers often tend to overlook the potential that content can bring into B2B marketing. Content must be used in a smart way. Instead of taking the sell, sell and sell approach, marketers can use good content to provide vital information about the product or service to the customer. Although a large percentage of B2B…
  • Survey Shows More B2B Marketers Are Turning To Content Marketing

    Godot Media
    14 Oct 2014 | 9:26 pm
    Do you have a content marketing strategy? If yes, is it a documented one? According to a survey conducted by the Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs, more and more B2B marketers and organizations are turning to content marketing and making it their primary marketing tool. However, the survey also suggests that while it is quite helpful to have a content marketing strategy in place, it is more beneficial to have a strategy that is documented. Simply put, those who write down their strategy, produce more effective content, and are more successful in their businesses. In the survey,…
  • Is Audio The New Kid On The Block?

    Godot Media
    25 Sep 2014 | 9:18 pm
    As content marketing strategies pick up speed, new content marketing tools like podcasts are being discovered as ways of getting the point across in marketing campaigns. Marketers are starting to realize that there is a lot more that can be done to promote brands other than using written content. During the Golden Age of Radio, people sat glued to the radio and listened to news bulletins, commercials, drama and more with a lot of interest. We are seeing the same trend with the increase in the number of people who regularly tune in to listen to podcasts. Now that a lot of marketing campaigns…
  • The Top 15 Mistakes to Avoid In Content Marketing Strategy

    Godot Media
    19 Sep 2014 | 2:19 am
    Content is king – and if you still haven’t boarded this train, you are missing out on a lot of profitable opportunities. However, to get the most out of your content marketing strategy, you must plan and be consistent in your content. Here are the top 15 common mistakes that you can avoid making when planning your content marketing strategy. 1. DON’T do it for the sake of doing it. Content marketing strategy is serious business and if used the right way, they can help your business reach new heights. Have a plan before moving forward with your content, and discuss potential…
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    Amy Starr Allen

  • My Sensory Deprivation Float Tank Experience

    19 Dec 2014 | 7:22 pm
    Today I had my first ever Sensory Deprivation Float Tank experience. (at Cloud Nine Float Center in Boulder). It was incredible… This is the Tranquility Float Tank that I spent 90 minutes inside of. ==>> It’s a “sensory deprivation tank” filled with skin temperature salt water… so you can float and let go and not feel anything, including gravity. (The door closes and the light turns off so you are in the pitch dark, just floating). There are TONS of benefits of floating. Here are some of them… Benefits of Floating in a Sensory Deprivation Tank Stress…
  • (Replay) Blogging Secrets Revealed- How To ‘Cash In On Your Passion’

    18 Dec 2014 | 3:32 pm
    Last night we (The Next Level Mastermind) had an awesome live training where we showed people what’s possible with the new Kalatu Blogging Platform. I let everyone look over my shoulder while I showed EXACTLY what I’ve been doing to create sales in my business by blogging about a completely unrelated niche (CrossFit). Imagine you could create blog posts about whatever it is that really interests you… …something you’re passionate about. And, imagine you could get paid for that. Now… here is your chance to stop imagining and start living that reality! Watch…
  • How To Use The Kalatu Blogging Platform To Make Money Blogging in ANY Niche

    14 Dec 2014 | 2:26 pm
    Kalatu, the new blogging platform created by Empower Network, makes it easy to ‘Cash in on Your Passion’ by being able to easily make money blogging about YOUR passions, in any niche. In this video, I will demonstrate one of the features of the Kalatu Blogging Platform-  the Call To Action menu that you can choose from at the end of each blog post you create (including your own custom call to actions). This is POWERFUL, and it makes it super easy to cash in on your passion, in any niche. Watch the video for a quick demo of this feature. How To Use The Kalatu Blogging Platform To…
  • Kalatu Social Media Card Preview (Video)

    8 Dec 2014 | 6:55 pm
    In this quick video I just wanted to show you another one of my favorite features of the Kalatu Blogging Platform. It’s called the Social Media Card. The Social Media Card is a feature that’s built in to the Kalatu Blog, and it’s super simple to set up (it only takes about 30 seconds). Once it’s set up, it serves as a unique and simple way for your audience to get to know you better by viewing your social media sites without leaving your Kalatu blog! Watch this quick video for a Kalatu Social Media Card demo. Kalatu Social Media Card Preview (Demo Video) Click here for…
  • How to Create Custom Banners For Your Blog in ANY Niche Using the Kalatu Blogging Platform

    3 Dec 2014 | 3:44 pm
    Now it’s as easy as a couple of clicks to have custom banners on your blog for ANY niche that you may be blogging about…. so you can blog about your passions and get paid. In this video I will show you how simple it is to create custom banners for your blog in ANY niche with the Kalatu Blogging Platform. I’ll show you what I mean in this video, and I’ll show you exactly how I created my banners for blog in the CrossFit niche and how simple it is to create and upload your custom banners for your blog. Enjoy! (The Kalatu Blogging Platform is still in Beta but will be…
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    WooRank Blog

  • 5 Small Business Tips On Social Media Optimization

    Rob Trustlove
    17 Dec 2014 | 11:40 pm
    The notion of social media optimization was conceived in a blog in 2006 by Rohit Bhargava. This was before Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram and Google+ existed. And before Facebook launched the numerous features it now offers. And yet, it completely revolutionized the way marketers used social media. Eight years down the line and social media optimization continues to be as important now as it was then. This is true for large corporations and small business alike. In this article we’ll be delving deeper into social media optimization for small businesses and passing on insider tips and…
  • 10 Types Of Email Newsletters Local Businesses Send (With Examples)

    Javier Sanz
    14 Dec 2014 | 11:30 pm
    If there has been a successful way of sending your message across to your target audience in the digital marketing world, email marketing has always been on top of the list. There are three main reasons to adopt email newsletter marketing and they are: Improve brand and customer relationship. Promote and grow your business. Educate your audience. Listed below are examples of email newsletters classified under ten categories. Take a look at each of these examples and observe how these businesses are rather efficiently able to retain and build their email lists and grow their business…
  • Digital Agencies: 9 Ideas To Fill Your Client Pipeline

    Divi Fernando
    10 Dec 2014 | 11:30 pm
    Making sure your client pipeline is full and flowing does not necessarily mean acquiring new projects. Make sure you take full advantage of selling your services/products to your existing clients. The key is to persist in your sales and marketing efforts even if you have enough incoming projects for the time being. Since prospects often take some time to convert, consistency is key. Let’s take a look at nine smart ways to win more business from previous clients on a regular basis and keep your client pipeline full all the time. 1. Up-sell To Existing Clients Up-selling is crucial…
  • How Will Changing IP Addresses Impact SEO?

    Rob Trustlove
    7 Dec 2014 | 11:30 pm
    Never has something so simple as a string of numbers inflicted as much fear and confusion as IP addresses. Add SEO complications into the mix and you’ve got some very frustrated webmasters. IP addresses are a little complicated – they’re hardworking things after all. But there’s no need to fear them. In this blog post we’ll explain what IP addresses are and what you can expect if you decide to change yours. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot simpler than you’d think! Firstly, What Is an IP Address? Every machine connected to the internet – including your personal computers and…
  • Ecommerces In Christmas: What Presents Can I Expect?

    Rob Trustlove
    3 Dec 2014 | 11:30 pm
    For many online retailers, Christmas is the busiest time of year. Unless you exclusively sell Halloween costumes or Easter decor you should experience a boom in traffic and sales. Various sources report that the holiday season can account for 20 – 40 % of a retailer’s total annual revenue. And every year more people are choosing to avoid the crowds and shop from the comfort of their homes. But what does this mean for you, as an ecommerce business? You need to prepare. Have you considered special discounts, shopping incentives and increased marketing efforts? Perhaps you can’t compete…
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    Rise to the Top Blog

  • Designing the Perfect Checkout Page

    Clark Anderson
    19 Dec 2014 | 2:00 pm
    The holiday season is here and the time is ripe for all businesses to bring in a lot of business. The online e-commerce business grows and expands every year. It is imperative that the e-commerce tycoons take it to the next level to bring in customers. A crucial component of an e-commerce website is the checkout page. The checkout page can make the user experience exceptional and almost always makes the user come back for more. During the process of designing a checkout page, there are many considerations, such as functionality, usability, security and design. However, design, out of all the…
  • Next Level PPC Strategies for eCommerce Advertising!

    19 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Advertising geeks around the world are looking forward to the emerging era of E-Commerce advertising. New advertising genres are establishing strong roots in the marketing pool on a daily. Finding appropriate techniques which can reap powerful marketing strategies for your business can become tough. When competition is at its peak, it doesn’t matter how much you spend, but rather the ROI you managed to receive as the end result! Here is the million dollar question: “What can be done to make your eCommerce business strive in the next level of marketing?” 1. Campaign Structuring Start…
  • E-commerce Psychology: Is Your Site’s Design Losing Customers?

    Owen Andrew
    17 Dec 2014 | 10:15 pm
    The traffic you are receiving is not leading to sales. Your promotion costs are mounting, but conversions dwindling. Are you finding it hard to retain even your existing customers? Most e-commerce businesses spend a lot of resources on figuring out how to get more traffic. All their marketing efforts, including SEO and advertisements, are generally aimed at getting people to visit a website. However, what happens after they reach the site is beyond their control. This is why many business owners receive ample traffic, but no sales. Fortunately, with a few design tweaks in which consumer…
  • How to Build a Successful Social Media Marketing Funnel

    17 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    When it comes to generating conversions through social media, you should be have a customized sales oriented funnel in place. According to Fast Company, 93% of marketers use social media to promote their business. Oracle’s report stated that  60% of companies are citing social media marketing as their primary or secondary strategy. To execute this strategy, companies are integrating social media with established marketing channels, processes, and metrics at a higher rate than other companies. The graph below shows the percentage of companies that integrate social media marketing with other…
  • This Week in Internet Marketing 2014 12 16

    Cherry Kwan
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:30 am
    Happy Tuesday! This Week in Internet Marketing, we’re looking at the growth of sponsored content as a marketing channel in 2015, the different ways to build a meaningful brand, the launch of Facebook’s call-to-action button, how to create compelling content through curation and auditing, and 7 unique ecommerce tactics to try during this time of year. Everything You Need to Know About Sponsored Content Sponsored articles may be a relatively new idea for many content marketers, but it’s important to consider them as a marketing channel for the next year. This article will…
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  • How to Look and Sound Amazing on Camera

    Brian Adler
    11 Dec 2014 | 2:26 pm
    The thought of being in front of a camera can be terrifying for some. Will I look ok? Will I sound intelligent? Will viewers like me? Will the camera really add 10 pounds? If this is you, don’t worry – with a little prep you can look like a video star! Here are our top five tips for looking and sounding amazing on camera. 1. Find the right outfit The colors above don’t look too muted or too bright on camera and tend to work for most skin tones. Fashion designers always say that when you’re looking your best, you appear more confident, and they may well be right. What you wear on…
  • 5 Elements of a Successful Mobile Video Advertisement

    Shweta Adodra
    10 Dec 2014 | 2:47 pm
    Have you ever wondered what the secret to a successful mobile video advertisement was? Mobile Marketing Association recently conducted the largest study focused specifically on mobile video, and revealed five key foundations that marketers and creatives should consider when developing mobile video ad campaigns – and video ads in general. These are: 1. Entice and Intrigue You need to give people a reason to engage with your ad and the best way to do this is to start a story, but not give everything away. This gives consumers a taste of your brand without overloading them. If you look at…
  • How to Create Amazing Video Content Using Your Analytics

    Colin Osing
    8 Dec 2014 | 10:12 am
    All great marketers know – if your content isn’t performing well, you will need to dive into your analytics to see what’s really going on. The only way to optimize your content is to analyze your data, pinpoint areas of improvements, make the necessary changes and test – and it’s no different with video content. While it might sound daunting to make changes to a complete video, it doesn’t have to be. There’s a formula to it really: divide your video into three distinct parts—Acts 1, 2 and 3—then analyze your drop-off rates for each section. When you think of your video…
  • 10 Best Practices for Adding Video to Emails

    Shweta Adodra
    5 Dec 2014 | 4:08 pm
    It’s no secret that video and email make a killer marketing combination. Email’s ability to reach targeted audience at a low cost combined with video’s high engagement rates, create an ideal marketing dynamic. Studies even show that emails containing video receive an average of 5.6% higher open rates and 96% higher CTRs than emails without video. Despite its effectiveness, technical barriers, like delivery and embedding issues have prevented its widespread use. The advent of HTML5 went a long way towards resolving that problem, but it didn’t completely solve it either. Image…
  • Video Marketing Best Practices for Ecommerce

    SoMedia Team
    28 Nov 2014 | 2:15 pm
    According to a survey by Animoto, video helps persuade 73% of people to buy a product or service and 93% of respondents find video helpful with comparison shopping. A recent article by Natalie Beigel from Prestashop highlighted the use and best practices of using video for ecommerce. Here is a snapshot: Retail sites that make effective use of video benefit from: Enhanced product display Increase in time spent on site Search Engine Optimization Lower return rates Increase in average cart value Improved conversion rates The types of videos that work best for ecommerce are: Products in action…
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  • Online Branding: Get ‘Real’ People Onboard

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    19 Dec 2014 | 12:52 am
    Online Branding: Get ‘Real’ People Onboard The internet market is bulldozed by the presence of social media networks. Brands worth little presence on the internet are spending the big bucks chasing Facebook and Twitter because they feel that these social media will help them be counted among the big boys. Let’s draw up an analogy from the everyday life that we lead. Think that you are very popular among your family and friends. You are the cynosure of all eyes at parties and talk invariably revolves around you and how you live your life. In the same frame, stencil in the fact that you…
  • Blend Traditional Marketing with the Digital

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    11 Dec 2014 | 9:42 am
    Blend Traditional Marketing with the Digital Regular readers of popular blogs like understand the significance of the title here. To take the clock back a while, the domain of marketing is divided roughly into two forms: the traditional and the digital. The former comprises of the usual marketing machinery that are tried and tested over time. These include public relations, advertisement slots on TV or radio and other such forms of marketing. In a nutshell, they can all be billed under the umbrella: OFFLINE. The other form of marketing known is the digital. In this section, we…
  • Happy New Year for Digital Marketing

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    6 Dec 2014 | 11:07 am
    Happy New Year for Digital Marketing Digital Marketing has become one of the biggest weapons for branding, promotion and revenue generation for all sort of business. 2014 has been a year where this mantra of Digital Marketing has gained momentum. So when it’s just a month for the New Year to begin, let’s discuss the prospects of Digital Marketing in 2015.   According to new figures released by Gartner, all the organizations are going to increase their budget allocation on digital marketing in 2015. Recent survey taken by Gartner, explains that 51 percent of organizations intends to…
  • A few brief steps for doing digital marketing the right way

    Debajyoti Banerjee
    30 Nov 2014 | 12:53 pm
    A few brief steps for doing digital marketing the right way Many of our students ask me about what are the brief steps to do digital marketing the right way. Digital marketing itself is a big and  ever changing subject and it’s bit challenging to jot down all the steps one by one in a crisp and concise way, still I am trying to do it today. I am using my smartphone to write this post and apologizing beforehand for any typo or auto complete word formatting errors. Step 1: The strategy 1. Understand the business well and try to figure out the marketing 4Ps. Take notes with pen and…

    Biplab Das
    26 Nov 2014 | 6:21 am
    5 SEO TIPS YOU WOULD LOVE! Every one of us likes the word ‘FREE…Free lunches, free movie tips and what not! But mostly all of these ‘freebies’ have some strings attached. Here are 5 SEO tips you would love and we expect that will just help you..No strings attached! 1. Use anchor texts on your pages for enabling the bots to crawl. 2. Have good, well-written and unique content for your pages. Thin content will do no good to your site’s ranking after the recent Google Panda update. 3. Don’t be too obsessed with Page Rank of your…
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  • Does Your Business Need a Lead Magnet?

    Andrew Percey
    4 Dec 2014 | 7:31 am
    It’s a safe bet that you’ve requested a whole bunch of lead magnets recently, even if you didn’t know it. What’s a “lead magnet,” you say? A lead magnet is a valuable piece of content that a business offers in exchange for your email address. It’s that simple.     A lead magnet could be a special report (like my current lead magnet), a white paper, a tool kit, a cheat sheet, a presentation, a video, a podcast, a coupon, or anything else that your ideal prospects would perceive as valuable. And that’s the key, because the purpose…
  • SEO vs. PPC: Which is Best for Your Business? (Handy Flowchart)

    Andrew Percey
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    Do you want your business website to show up in Google search results?  Then you’ve probably struggled with how to best achieve that – with SEO, PPC, or a mix of both? And you’ve likely spent time reading various opinions online, only to come away even more confused. In this post I’ll help you determine the right answer for your business objectives. And I’ve included a handy downloadable flowchart at the end of the post to make it even easier.   continue reading
  • Stop Being a Wandering Generality. It’s Time to Go Niche.

    Andrew Percey
    30 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    You understand the value of specialization.  You get why heart surgeons earn 10x more than family doctors. Yet, as a professional or business owner, you are afraid to specialize. You are afraid to GO NICHE! You fear that by focusing on a narrow market you will miss a mountain of potential business.     But the exact opposite is true. When you specialize, your business becomes vastly easier.  By focusing all of your energy into one clear high-value area, you can find and attract your ideal clients quickly and effortlessly. 3 Huge Reasons to Go Niche continue reading
  • Hire a Great Freelancer on Your Very First Try – 10 Golden Tips

    Andrew Percey
    30 Jun 2014 | 9:16 am
    If you run a successful small business, then you already know you can’t do everything yourself. Why do you hire outside experts for accounting, insurance and legal issues?  Because it’s more profitable (and more fun) for you to stay focused on your core business.   And so the day comes to hire online marketing help, too. You can hire a professional to manage all that for you (like this guy).  Or you can hire and manage a group of freelancers yourself. continue reading
  • 3 Big Reasons to Hate Google AdWords

    Andrew Percey
    21 May 2014 | 8:59 am
    I recently wrote the upbeat “3 Big Reasons to Love Google AdWords“.  Well, this post is his depressed little brother. If you run your own Google AdWords campaign, it’s likely that you’ll sometimes find yourself in the haters’ camp.     Let’s see why. continue reading
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  • Law Firms: Don’t Lose the Branded Search Battle

    Jon Lister
    10 Dec 2014 | 12:14 pm
    What’s the easiest way to lose qualified leads looking for your law firm? Have a website other than your firm’s homepage show up in Google’s top spot for your branded search term. Even if a social media property, including the firm’s Facebook or Twitter, shows up before the main site, you’re still sacrificing valuable clicks that could turn into business revenue. Don’t think branded search matters for your online marketing? We guarantee you it does and here’s why. What is Branded Search? For search engine marketing purposes, branded search terms are keywords containing all or a…
  • Six Red Flags that You’re Selecting the Wrong Outsourced Marketing Company

    Emily Homrok
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The obvious purpose of outsourcing any function is to make your business function better than it already does – but many companies end up making their situation worse by selecting companies that don’t work out.  I overhear the horror stories at client onboarding meetings.  Situations like a company hiring a ‘marketing expert’ whose end product was convincing the company that their lobby needed to be redecorated and then helping them do so.  Stories like marketing companies who outsource every aspect of a campaign and then have no answer as to why things aren’t…
  • Are You Seeing Accurate Ranking Results when You Google Yourself?

    Jon Lister
    21 Aug 2014 | 1:43 pm
    Google wants to give every searcher the “best” possible results when they use the search engine.  To accomplish this, their developers have created and implemented personalized search; a means of providing results for search queries based on each person’s search history, websites they visit, online buying habits and even their physical location. For webmasters, determining where their own websites rank in Google search results in the age of personalized search is muddier than ever. Personalized results limit the prospect of searchers finding new websites and information, since the…
  • Negative SEO in the Legal Industry: A Desperate Move that’s here to Stay?

    Bernie Clark
    30 Jul 2014 | 2:06 am
    In the past two months (or so), we have seen instances of negative SEO being implemented in major markets by firms that our clients compete against.  As we work through cleanup measures, I am left wondering if this is something that is becoming more widespread in the legal niche.  Perhaps it is the fact that some of the (previously) visible firms in those areas took a hit from Google’s algorithm update a few months back, effectively wiping out campaigns they had thrown a good deal of money at.  Did that lead to a sense of desperation and a need to fix it regardless of the…
  • The Ethics of Bidding on a Competing Law Firm’s Name in Adwords: States Weigh in

    Craig Toncic
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:25 am
    Advertising is an area where attorneys must tread carefully and review both statutory and ethical implications before taking action. While a lawyer should never delegate his or her duty to perform a thorough review, working alongside an experienced and trusted legal marketing company can decrease the likelihood that an ethical violation or other wrong-doing will occur. However, as you will see, it is essential to note that the lawyer is the most familiar with the laws and ethical obligations imposed in his or her jurisdiction or jurisdictions. Let us take a look at a fairly widely-reported…
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  • MA Healthcare Website CHIA’s Redesign Offers Better Data Access

    Polar Design
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:06 am
    Polar Design is very pleased to announce the launch of its most recent site,, created for the Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA), an agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In a previous blog post, we discussed a few of the innovative ways that government websites are reaching out to their stakeholders. CHIA is one such government agency: their new website aims to present their vast and varying data sets in ways best suited to each of their target audiences. In addition, the redesign needed to provide ease of navigation and clear calls-to-action in order to…
  • Government Websites Improve Online Communication and Data Sharing

    Polar Design
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:25 pm
    The relationship between government agencies and the public is changing rapidly due to the availability and ease of access to big data. With a growing online presence, government agencies are able to connect with citizens, businesses, and the public in new and meaningful ways. Online communication opens up new ways to engage varying constituencies in decisions as well as inform them of the meaningful work and tangible results they produce. This is made possible through presentation of both basic information and large amounts of data, which the public can use to improve quality of life through…
  • Are You Upgraded? SilverStripe 3.1 Adds New Features, Functionality

    Polar Design
    25 Sep 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Polar Design is excited to share the latest version of SilverStripe with you. Whether you are an existing client using SilverStripe 2.4, an organization considering a new web site from Polar Design, or using a different Content Management System, implementing SilverStripe 3.1 will bring you the easiest and cleanest editing system possible thanks to their new and improved features. It also features one of the lowest total costs of ownership with its modular architecture, which allows for easy expansion and addition of new modules. SilverStripe 3.1 brings users: Split screen mode to…
  • Content Management Solution: Part 7- Custom Form Builder

    Polar Design
    5 Aug 2014 | 8:22 am
    This blog post is one part in a series. Click to see the other posts related to the benefits of a content management solution. Your website has been fully integrated with many interactive modules helping to drive and retain website traffic on each subsequent visit. But, what success is a website if it isn’t leading to sales and contacts? A driving factor behind many websites is conversion, be it an online sale, a web inquiry, an email newsletter sign up, or an online quote. At times, an online form doesn’t suit the needs of other online forms. That’s where a custom form…
  • Content Management Solution: Part 6- Google Map Integration

    Polar Design
    17 Jul 2014 | 11:17 am
    This blog post is one part in a series. Click to see the other posts related to the benefits of a content management solution. We’ve already touched on a number of useful modules within a content management solution. Having a content management solution allows administrators to enter textual information within a backend interface making it easy to maintain that information overtime. But, simply re-listing that textual information on the front end of a website does not make a website exciting or engaging. One way to bring your website to be more interactive while also adding to its…
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  • Does Your Business Need a Lead Magnet?

    Andrew Percey
    4 Dec 2014 | 7:31 am
    It’s a safe bet that you’ve requested a whole bunch of lead magnets recently, even if you didn’t know it. What’s a “lead magnet,” you say? A lead magnet is a valuable piece of content that a business offers in exchange for your email address. It’s that simple.     A lead magnet could be a special report (like my current lead magnet), a white paper, a tool kit, a cheat sheet, a presentation, a video, a podcast, a coupon, or anything else that your ideal prospects would perceive as valuable. And that’s the key, because the purpose…
  • SEO vs. PPC: Which is Best for Your Business? (Handy Flowchart)

    Andrew Percey
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    Do you want your business website to show up in Google search results?  Then you’ve probably struggled with how to best achieve that – with SEO, PPC, or a mix of both? And you’ve likely spent time reading various opinions online, only to come away even more confused. In this post I’ll help you determine the right answer for your business objectives. And I’ve included a handy downloadable flowchart at the end of the post to make it even easier.   continue reading
  • Stop Being a Wandering Generality. It’s Time to Go Niche.

    Andrew Percey
    30 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    You understand the value of specialization.  You get why heart surgeons earn 10x more than family doctors. Yet, as a professional or business owner, you are afraid to specialize. You are afraid to GO NICHE! You fear that by focusing on a narrow market you will miss a mountain of potential business.     But the exact opposite is true. When you specialize, your business becomes vastly easier.  By focusing all of your energy into one clear high-value area, you can find and attract your ideal clients quickly and effortlessly. 3 Huge Reasons to Go Niche continue reading
  • Hire a Great Freelancer on Your Very First Try – 10 Golden Tips

    Andrew Percey
    30 Jun 2014 | 9:16 am
    If you run a successful small business, then you already know you can’t do everything yourself. Why do you hire outside experts for accounting, insurance and legal issues?  Because it’s more profitable (and more fun) for you to stay focused on your core business.   And so the day comes to hire online marketing help, too. You can hire a professional to manage all that for you (like this guy).  Or you can hire and manage a group of freelancers yourself. continue reading
  • 3 Big Reasons to Hate Google AdWords

    Andrew Percey
    21 May 2014 | 8:59 am
    I recently wrote the upbeat “3 Big Reasons to Love Google AdWords“.  Well, this post is his depressed little brother. If you run your own Google AdWords campaign, it’s likely that you’ll sometimes find yourself in the haters’ camp.     Let’s see why. continue reading
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  • Could Cancelling “The Interview” Be Sony’s Best Marketing Move Yet?

    18 Dec 2014 | 6:05 pm
    In a series of events that culminated in Sony’s cancellation of the highly anticipated Christmas release of “The Interview,” data was breeched, terroristic threats were made, and theaters quickly backed down from their plans to release the film as scheduled next week. Were our lives truly at risk, or has Sony taken viral marketing to the next level by turning a mediocre Seth Rogen/James Franco flick into a must-see for freedom-loving Americans? There’s ample information to support both sides, but if you’re looking for evidence that indicates marketing – rather than terrorism –…
  • Attention Government Contractors: Don't Neglect Your Web Experience!

    10 Dec 2014 | 8:51 am
    How does the government find vendors? How does anyone find anything these days? We Google – and so does our government! While federal agencies continue to look at GSA  Schedules (and others) to find contractors, that only accounts for about 10% of all federal procurement spending. That means 90% is being sourced elsewhere, and the nation’s most popular search engine is a top resource. The bidding process is difficult enough for vendors to navigate, but your contracting or consulting firm won’t even be considered if it can’t be found. Government contractors need both an impressively…
  • Branding Lessons from 5 of the Most Attractive Companies for Employees

    2 Dec 2014 | 7:19 am
    This is a guest post contributed by Abby Perkins. The job market is competitive, and that's not going to change. In order to attract and retain the best employees, businesses not only have to offer great benefits and provide a great place to work – they also have to know how to market themselves as employers. These five companies have figured out what employees really want, and how to give it to them – as well as how to market themselves to the working world. Google Google consistently ranks at or near the top as one of the best companies to work for. What does  Google do right? First,…
  • On-Page SEO Part 2: Optimizing Each Piece of Content for Search

    18 Nov 2014 | 11:35 am
    In our last article, we discussed all of the major components of on-site search optimization, starting with behind-the-scenes meta data and moving into each part of the visible page content (headers, text, and images). Because so many different factors go into advanced content optimization for each piece of writing that gets published on a site, we decided to break that out as a separate article. The way SEO professionals currently handle content optimization requires a very specific mindset. We begin by asking ourselves a very basic question: What is this page about? In order to succeed, we…
  • On-Site Search Engine Optimization: The First Steps In Optimizing A Site

    18 Nov 2014 | 11:20 am
    Google considers thousands of factors when deciding where to rank a website for various search terms. Even the best SEOs don’t know every single ranking factor, and to make things even more interesting, Google is constantly changing and reevaluating in order to improve its algorithm. In order to perfect our technique for ranking websites, we study Google’s patents, test out different techniques, and research the competition. Let’s take a look at what goes into setting up a site’s on-page SEO. Step One: Keyword Research Whether you’re building a website to educate, entertain, or sell…
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  • How to Supercharge Your Lead Generation Efforts with Guest Blogging

    Jeff Brewer
    19 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Guest blogging is an effective marketing tool that can drive traffic to your business website, grow your brand authority and reputation, and build a loyal audience of readers eager to follow and learn from you. As if that’s not motivation enough to start pounding away at your keyboard, guest blogging can also generate a steady flow of highly targeted leads for your business no matter what industry or niche you operate in. Best of all, if you have the skills and available time to create and market quality articles relevant to your field of interest, you can reap the rewards of guest blogging…
  • 5 Critical Elements of Every Successful Social Media Campaign

    Kathryn Brewer
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Social media is an important component of your company’s marketing program. It helps you build and maintain relationships with current and future customers, enhances your customer service, and provides valuable social links that can help boost your search engine rankings. While an effective social media campaign can be a marketing workhorse, it doesn’t happen by accident. You can’t just slap a Facebook page together and expect the world to beat a path to your door. Social media requires dedication as well as persistence, and it needs to be built on a solid foundation if it’s going to…
  • 3 Reasons Why Keyword Research Still Matters

    Jeff Brewer
    17 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    Despite the introduction of semantic search technology and the effect of Google’s Hummingbird algorithm update on local search, your choice of target keywords still plays an important role in determining the ultimate success of your SEO efforts. While semantic technology is designed to draw its own conclusions as to the intent of the search engine user, it still uses your root keyword as the starting point for interpreting the contextual meaning of the terms entered into the search query box. Hummingbird doesn’t eliminate the need for proper keywords, it just searches beyond the keywords…
  • How to Protect Your WordPress Website

    Kathryn Brewer
    16 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    WordPress is the most popular open-source content management system in use today, powering more than 47 million websites worldwide. Users are attracted to its ease of installation, full customization capabilities, clean user interface, availability of thousands of interchangeable themes and plug-ins, and the helpful global support community of WordPress developers and programmers. Unfortunately, WordPress is also attractive to professional hackers and malicious pranksters who find unprotected WordPress sites an easy target for their digital brand of mischief. An out-of-the-box WordPress…
  • Reach More Customers with Facebook Local Awareness Ads

    Jeff Brewer
    15 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    True to its word, Facebook has delivered on its promise to support local business marketers by providing more effective advertising solutions: the Local Awareness ad option. The latest offering from Facebook will enable local business owners to create ads that target users within a designated radius of the businesses’ physical address. For most local marketers, the bulk of their customers come from within a relatively short distance of the businesses’ location. Depending on the city, that primary marketing neighborhood could range in size from several miles to a few blocks. Affordable…
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  • Boring Copywriting Can KILL Your Business!

    Brad Edwards
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:07 am
    Are you writing your own website content? If so, you may be losing prospects left, right, and centre! Read on to discover more... The post Boring Copywriting Can KILL Your Business! appeared first on Cloud Surfing Media.
  • BANNED From Google: Are You At Risk?

    Corey Jason
    10 Dec 2014 | 11:31 am
    Is it even possible to be banned from Google? And how can you protect yourself from it? Click here to discover more! The post BANNED From Google: Are You At Risk? appeared first on Cloud Surfing Media.
  • Taking Yourself Out Of The Equation

    Corey Jason
    3 Dec 2014 | 9:23 am
    Are you stuck working in your business? If so, you're limiting your potential! Read this article to discover more. The post Taking Yourself Out Of The Equation appeared first on Cloud Surfing Media.
  • Is Facebook One Of The Worst Marketing Tools For Health Professionals?

    Brad Edwards
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:18 am
    Facebook has long been seen as one of the most valuable marketing tools out there. But recent research suggests it might not be all it's cracked up to be! The post Is Facebook One Of The Worst Marketing Tools For Health Professionals? appeared first on Cloud Surfing Media.
  • You DO Need A Great Website! Here Are 5 Reasons Why

    Justin William
    19 Nov 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Do you have a website? Then you're already ahead of some of your competitors. But to beat out the rest, you'll need something more... The post You DO Need A Great Website! Here Are 5 Reasons Why appeared first on Cloud Surfing Media.
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  • Use WordPress plug-ins to improve SEO with related posts and breadcrumbs

    Ellen Finkelstein
    8 Dec 2014 | 8:39 am
    In my last blog post, I wrote about ways that you can use to improve SEO and therefore get more traffic to your website. Here, I want to talk about a couple of WordPress plug-ins that you can use for the same purpose. If you aren’t sure how to install a plug-in, see my post and watch the video, “Install a plug-in to engage your blog readers.” Display related posts What if you could show related posts at the bottom of every post? Wouldn’t that: Entice people to link to those blog posts so that they stay on your website longer? Add lots of internal links? Yup. I use a…
  • Simple SEO steps you can take now to increase your website traffic

    Ellen Finkelstein
    30 Nov 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of setting up your site for more traffic. You do this by helping search engines, such as Google and Bing, to find your website when people search for topics that you cover. The search engines have LOTS of rules, called algorithms, that determine which sites appear when a person searches. The algorithms are a secret, but Google and Bing do offer guidelines and  analysts have figured out numerous principles, just by observing what happens. The more you know about these rules, the better you can apply them to get more traffic for your website.
  • Creating a calendar that gives you time for everything

    Ellen Finkelstein
    24 Nov 2014 | 10:38 am
    Setting up a calendar and blocking out time for the tasks you need to complete is an important step in getting everything done. Sure, everything takes longer than you expect, but when you block out tasks on your calendar, you’ll waste less time on unimportant emails and social media socializing as well as other tasks that aren’t important for moving your business forward. We all waste some time and it’s good to take breaks — and to have fun. But you still need to be careful or you’ll find that some days go by without accomplishing anything significant. Types of…
  • Create product autoresponders to sell more

    Ellen Finkelstein
    15 Nov 2014 | 9:58 am
    You probably know what autoresponders are — emails that you set up in advance to be sent out automatically. Most marketers set up autoresponders after a person subscribes to their email list. You can create any number of emails. You might set up a series of 5-10 or even more. I’ve written about autoresponders in my blog post, “How to automate an Internet business: Part I-Autoresponders. You set up autoresponders in your email service. Another type of autoresponder But another type of autoresponder is sent out automatically when a person buys one of your products.You set up…
  • Don’t ignore your list!

    Ellen Finkelstein
    1 Nov 2014 | 6:46 pm
    Over and over, I hear people who want to have a successful online business tell me that they have a list of people in some email provider account but haven’t emailed them in months. They are rebranding or focusing on something else or didn’t have time or whatever. Wow! Ignoring an email list is like walking past diamonds on the ground. There’s no excuse for it. Nurture your list because it’s the basis of your business. If you have other issues that arise, drop back to emailing them every month. Invite others to guest blog post and send out an email about that. Find an…
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  • What Your Customer Will Look Like in 2015

    Christine Landry
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:30 am
    As a small business owner, I’m sure you’re well aware just how quickly our world is changing. Once not too long ago, most of your interaction with customers likely took place in your store or office, but these days you have to be prepared to answer their emails, connect with them over social media and maintain a website...continue reading … The post What Your Customer Will Look Like in 2015 appeared first on Dex Media.
  • A Review of Google Adwords in 2014

    Cat De Rohan
    18 Dec 2014 | 3:42 pm
    Google has released multiple features and updates through 2014. It seems to be constantly evolving and changing as Google has us our toes to constantly keep up. In 2014 it was no different; Google released multiple changes, taking away options we liked… and implementing new features that have helped. Luckily, none of the changes were...continue reading … The post A Review of Google Adwords in 2014 appeared first on Dex Media.
  • The Best of the Dex Media Blog 2014

    Jonathan Jeter
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:45 pm
    As 2014 comes to an end, it is time to reflect and see what the year meant for local businesses. Let’s take a look at the Dex Media blog posts that resonated most with our readers. January is always filled with predictions and reflections and our blog was no different. In 5 Ways to Improve Your Online...continue reading … The post The Best of the Dex Media Blog 2014 appeared first on Dex Media.
  • Your Business Needs to Use Social Media for Customer Service

    Danielle Celmer
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    Social media allows customers to voice their opinions, both positive and negative regarding their experience with your business, and they expect engagement. “By 2014, organizations that refuse to communicate with customers by social media will face the same level of wrath from customers as those that ignore today’s basic expectation that they will respond to emails...continue reading … The post Your Business Needs to Use Social Media for Customer Service appeared first on Dex Media.
  • 20 Years of Search and SEO [Infographic]

    Marion Jacobson
    15 Dec 2014 | 2:54 pm
    In 1994, WebCrawler was launched, and the world of search got real. It was the first time that users could search for specific words using crawlers and tap the information resources on the world wide web. Google entered the internet search scene in 1998, processing about 10,000 queries per day. By 2012 that number had...continue reading … The post 20 Years of Search and SEO [Infographic] appeared first on Dex Media.
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    Reboot Authentic

  • How to Overcome Adversity and Steal Its Power

    Gary Korisko
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:39 pm
    Does it ever seem like you have more adversity in your life than other people do? As if everyone around you is having an easier time of things than you are? You begin to feel sorry for yourself and think, “Why does this stuff always happen to ME?” It seems as if even though you continue to endure punch after punch and still keep your feet under you – life always has another crushing body blow in store for you. Every time you take yet another beating, persevere and turn a corner… someone is waiting around that corner ready to crack you over the head again with a sock full of…
  • How I Saved My Sanity and Boosted My Online Business by Doing Less (and How You Can Too)

    Gary Korisko
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:24 am
    Have you ever felt totally overwhelmed? Not just regular busy… I’m talking completely slammed, under the gun, over-committed, and hopeless? You’ve been there before, haven’t you? As you mentally assess all the things you have to accomplish in the next several days, you begin to realize there’s no way you’re going to get it all done. Then that horrible stunned feeling washes over you. You know the one. You feel hot and flushed, there’s a knot in your stomach, and you notice a growing pressure in your head which you just know (in your non-medical opinion) is not just your…
  • How to Build Credibility by Using an Email Interview

    Jenn Flynn-Shon
    25 Aug 2014 | 9:55 pm
    As an entrepreneur, you’re always on the lookout for creative ways to build credibility for your business in order to make it more visible and more successful. If you’re doing it right, the content you publish on your website promotes engagement with your customers and eventually leads to sales. So it goes to follow that your goal should be to regularly produce fascinating content that’s insanely useful to your audience and gets them excited about your business. But what happens when you feel tapped out? When you’re out of ideas and feel like you have nothing useful to share to keep…
  • How to Make Your Call to Action 55% More Effective

    Gary Korisko
    31 Jul 2014 | 8:55 pm
    As a business person who makes a living marketing and selling your products and services, you wind up making a lot of requests of others, don’t you? Read this… Click here… Share this… Buy this… Sometimes they cheerfully do what you ask, sometimes they reluctantly do what you ask, sometimes they ignore you, and other times they tell you to insert your request into certain uncomfortable places where “the sun don’t shine.” And that’s all fine and dandy, right? It’s part of the game and a normal part of daily life for an entrepreneurial spirit such as…
  • Is Your Site Leaking Traffic? Here’s How to Fix It

    Gary Korisko
    9 Jun 2014 | 11:00 pm
      Your blog is leaking visitors. And if you’ve read my last post, you know exactly what I’m talking about. They visit, look around for a few seconds – and leave as suddenly as they came. Most estimates say that the average web site visitor will give you only 10 seconds (or less) to make a great impression before they click away. If you don’t make a dramatic impression… *poof!* They’re gone forever. The painful truth is that if you can’t wow new visitors in the first few seconds, everything else means nothing. Your epic content. Your voice. Your podcast. Your webinars.
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    InBoundio Marketing Blog

  • Advanced Inbound Marketing for 2015 – Focus on these 7 Things to Get Maximum ROI

    Pushkar Gaikwad
    11 Dec 2014 | 10:49 am
    Inbound Marketing has become somewhat repetitive and little overused. Lot of content has already been written by HubSpot, Moz, Business2Community and various other marketing blogs. Most of the content is written about what is inbound marketing and how businesses can … Read the rest The post Advanced Inbound Marketing for 2015 – Focus on these 7 Things to Get Maximum ROI appeared first on InBoundio Marketing Blog.
  • How NOT to build your Mailing List

    Pushkar Gaikwad
    6 Dec 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Building a mailing list for your company can provide you with some stunning results, as this way you will have a better control over the way you perform your marketing, not to mention that you will bring a much more … Read the rest The post How NOT to build your Mailing List appeared first on InBoundio Marketing Blog.
  • Looking to Hire or Start your own Marketing Agency ? Here are the 9 Types of Agency to Select from [With Infographics]

    Pushkar Gaikwad
    1 Dec 2014 | 4:14 am
    In order for a company to grow inorganically, it needs to find the best marketing agencies to team up with. No matter the field of work you work in, promoting your products is necessary and while you could do it … Read the rest The post Looking to Hire or Start your own Marketing Agency ? Here are the 9 Types of Agency to Select from [With Infographics] appeared first on InBoundio Marketing Blog.
  • List of Marketing Agency Software

    Pushkar Gaikwad
    29 Nov 2014 | 4:56 am
    With software like InBoundio PRO, you can launch your own marketing software company and agency where you can offer both the product and services but you may still want to use one more software to manage your marketing agency … Read the rest The post List of Marketing Agency Software appeared first on InBoundio Marketing Blog.
  • How to build a Company if you don’t know how to Code

    Pushkar Gaikwad
    19 Nov 2014 | 1:38 am
    This is not a marketing related post but still I thought to publish it on inBoundio blog so it can reach more people. Not to mention, some of the most popular posts on this blog are startup related only. Also … Read the rest The post How to build a Company if you don’t know how to Code appeared first on InBoundio Marketing Blog.
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  • Earned, Paid and Owned Media: Why You Need Them All

    Dhugal Gardner
    19 Dec 2014 | 12:06 pm
    Today’s consumer is tech- savvy and armed with a wealth of digital information that influences what they do and don’t purchase. Gone are the days when you simply paid for an ad to tell the consumer your product or service was good; now your brand must gain social approval in the digital sphere. Your customers’ attention must be earned. Earned Digital Media Earned digital media is the result of consumers interacting with your content and brand. It comes in the form of social media posts, mentions, tweets, shares, reviews, reposts, content picked up by third-party sites and…
  • Top 5 Majors for a Career in Digital Marketing

    Julia Thorncroft
    11 Dec 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Often considered a “new wave” in advertising, digital marketing is an increasingly popular career path. In most cases, digital marketing firms prefer versatile candidates who can complete tasks beyond their job description. The five majors listed below teach students both specific skills and versatility, making them an asset to any future employer. If you are looking to get into digital marketing, here are our top 5 majors to get you started in the right direction. 1. Marketing courtesy of Julia Thorncroft The marketing department pulls in a lot of students looking for digital marketing…
  • Instagram for Businesses

    Carly Brower
    26 Nov 2014 | 11:45 am
    For business owners, Instagram has the potential to dramatically drive traffic, sales and brand awareness. In the past 6 months, over 50 million users have joined the platform. However, business tactics for Instagram involve more than simply posting a photo every few days. Here are a few guidelines on incorporating Instagram into your social media strategy to showcase your business and engage your target audience. Share Compelling Content If your business is service-based rather than product-based, you may believe Instagram is not beneficial. However, Instagram is a great avenue for…
  • Staying HIPAA Compliant with Social Media

    Dhugal Gardner
    20 Nov 2014 | 12:10 pm
    The opportunities social media presents a healthcare marketing strategy are numerous and are the result of the changing nature of the patient journey. More and more patients are now turning to social media and search engines as they search courtesy of Purple Slog for reviews of providers and services, information on symptoms, and peer to peer discussions regarding health issues. As a healthcare professional, your goal is to be a part of this journey from the very beginning. An optimized website and proactive social media presence will attract new patients and assist in online discovery.
  • Facebook Advertising vs Google Display Network

    Dhugal Gardner
    14 Nov 2014 | 3:30 am
    Digital marketing has become an absolute must for businesses. In this article, we take a look at two of the best Internet platforms available to advertisers: Facebook and Google Display Network. courtesy of Marco Pakoeningrat     According to the most recent figures, Facebook has 1,317 million users worldwide generating over 1 trillion page views per month, while Google Display Network serves 1 trillion ad impressions across more than 2 million websites. So what do all these big numbers mean? Both Facebook and Google Display Network have tremendous advertising reach and potential.
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    The Watershed

  • Media Planning – How to be the best

    17 Dec 2014 | 6:20 am
      Spending a small fortune on your media buying campaign, by simply pouring money into various advertising avenues will not make your business successful. Nor will it provide a good return on investment (ROI).  To be the best in the media buying game, you need to plan extensively. The question is how do you go about media planning and why is it so important.   Failing to plan is planning to … ReadMore This is the just the teaser, click the title to enjoy content that will allow you to blow your competition out of the water !
  • Y U No Get No New Mates? How you should simplify web sign ups

    15 Dec 2014 | 12:54 pm
    Converting visitors to your site into registered users is vital to improving your customer retention and increasing your revenue. Despite its importance many web sign ups are overly complicated. Personally if a site asks me for multiple copies of my driving license and a unique 58 character password before I can even access its content, I’ll be hitting the little red X in the corner of my browser. Simplifying web … ReadMore This is the just the teaser, click the title to enjoy content that will allow you to blow your competition out of the water !
  • HTML Email Best Practice: 11 Tips

    12 Dec 2014 | 8:31 am
    HTML emails are like a cross between an email and a web page. The problem is you can’t create them as you would a web page and in addition, the design is different to a simple text email. How do help make sure that they deliver the goods? If you are lost then you can now consider yourself found. Because luckily for you I have some of the answers. Take … ReadMore This is the just the teaser, click the title to enjoy content that will allow you to blow your competition out of the water !
  • Moving from Click to Customer

    10 Dec 2014 | 12:56 pm
      Imagine your company has recently started a sponsored link marketing campaign. At first glance, it may seem successful; your sponsored links show a high click-through rate and your boss is happy. However, a high click through rate does not ensure a high conversion rate. In fact, since you pay per click, you could be losing money if visitors continue clicking on your sponsored link, yet never complete your call … ReadMore This is the just the teaser, click the title to enjoy content that will allow you to blow your competition out of the water !
  • Understanding the Google Search Partner Network

    8 Dec 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Understanding the Google Search Partner Network   If you have created any campaign with Google AdWords then you have probably come across the Google Search Partner Network. However, it is still possible that you are one of the majority of those who still aren’t quite sure what it is exactly. Luckily, Google provides you with an answer right at the point where you would decide whether you want to use … ReadMore This is the just the teaser, click the title to enjoy content that will allow you to blow your competition out of the water !
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    Latest Blogs

  • Mule - Build REST API for Database CRUD Operations

    18 Dec 2014 | 1:41 pm
    In the last few years the industry has identified the demand in development and operation automation which led to a growing number of framework and libraries. Recently, I received a requirement to build a REST API for backend database table- CRUD operations, keeping in view scalable feature - with minimal code changes and simply pointing the configuration to any backend db source in order to publish the API for outside world.
  • Using Ajax in Forms

    17 Dec 2014 | 11:07 am
    Have you ever needed to refresh only part of a page on a specific event, such as a button click? The best way to do this is using Ajax.
  • 15 Free (or Cheap) Ways to Learn Coding Online

    16 Dec 2014 | 10:58 am
    Unlike many of my coworkers at Appnovation, I never took a minute of Computer Science at school. Fine Arts sounded like a good idea at the time (yes, you were right Mom).
  • Successful Software Project Delivery in 10 Steps

    15 Dec 2014 | 5:30 pm
    In order to deliver projects across the myriad of our offerings, we’ve developed some excellent internal processes and today I will explore some common insights we use to tighten up the Project Management delivery process in general.
  • How to properly use PHP on Drupal views fields

    8 Dec 2014 | 9:58 am
    Every once in a while, as a Drupal site builder you will come across this problem.
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  • Who Placed It Best: American Express vs. Visa

    Lindsay Arnold
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:44 am
    From online shopping, to credit tracking, to point collection – credit cards are revolutionizing the experience of shopping. With the benefits of credit cards becoming all the more apparent, the amount of consumers applying for them is consistently on the upswing. In 2013 alone, the total number of credit card accounts in the U.S. added up to 391.24 million. With such high numbers, many credit companies are fighting it out to catch the attention of these would-be shoppers. Two of these credit titans are American Express and Visa. Let’s dive in to their advertising strategies to…
  • Insights & Analysis: Online Travel

    11 Dec 2014 | 8:49 am
    The holiday season leads to many people daydreaming of travel. Whether it’s to the beaches of an exotic destination, or the cozy living room of a distant relative – flights and hotels are getting fully booked by the second. These exciting holiday trips can be booked from anywhere at any time, thanks to the ease and convenience of online travel sites. Travel sites see a huge share of their profit from this time of year, which can be attributed to the fact that during Christmas and New Year’s, the number of long-distance trips planned increases 23% (as reported by the U.S. Department of…
  • NEW PARTNERSHIP: WhatRunsWhere & OfferVault

    9 Dec 2014 | 10:00 am
    WhatRunsWhere is excited to announce a new partnership with leading Affiliate Marketing aggregator, OfferVault!  Does your ad strategy thrive off the data you access from WhatRunsWhere? Do you wish you could take this data with you when searching for new offers? You’re in luck! Thanks to our new partnership, you can now find the hottest affiliate offers and gain insights into how other advertisers are promoting them. Head to OfferVault to determine which offer is best for you, and access a sample of valuable data from WhatRunsWhere for each offer listed. This data sample includes…
  • 3 Holiday Tips To Ensure Your Affiliate Marketing Success

    Lindsay Arnold
    8 Dec 2014 | 4:52 pm
    You’ve worked hard all year on your affiliate marketing – searching for hot offers, promoting new deals. There’s just one last holiday stretch to get through before you can sign off, catch up on some sleep, and start it all again in the new year. The holidays can be a digital gold mine for affiliates looking to boost commissions. Consumers are eager to buy, and conduct a lot of research online to find the perfect gifts (in fact, this season is expected to account for about 27 percent of the total U.S. annual online sales). It’s now up to you to reach out to these credit…
  • 3 Holiday Examples For Engaging The Cross-Screen Shopper

    Lindsay Arnold
    4 Dec 2014 | 9:09 am
    ‘Tis the season! With the holidays just around the corner, consumers are heading out in masses to get all of their gift-shopping done. This is the biggest shopping season of the year, and is therefore crucial for advertisers to capitalize on. Consumers now rely on all kinds of technology to get their shopping done – be it through desktop, mobile, or both. From purchasing small retail items on-the-go to conducting research for purchases to make later, both mobile and desktop technologies play key parts in the holiday shopping experience.  Due to this, advertisers need to ensure they…
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    RGR Marketing

  • Is Solar Right for Your Home? Here’s How to Tell

    Matty Byloos
    18 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    RGR Marketing HIgh Quality B2B Leads Online How to Evaluate Your Home for Solar As you’re probably aware, more people are going solar now than they ever have before. Last year was a record-breaker for new solar installations, and this next one is shaping up to be another banner year for solar and renewable energy in general. There are a number of factors contributing to solar energy’s recent gains in market share. For one thing, photovoltaic technology has made leaps and bounds over the past decade, just like everything else in the high-tech world. Solar power systems are now more…
  • A Roundup of Solar Incentives for New York Residents

    Matty Byloos
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    RGR Marketing HIgh Quality B2B Leads Online New York State Solar Credits & Initiatives If you’re in the solar business and you work out of New York state, then you’re well aware that the market for solar power has never been hotter. Consumers across the nation are getting in on the savings, and taking advantage of the clean conscience that today’s photovoltaic systems provide. Speaking of savings for New Yorkers, it’s not just the reduced electricity bills that are helping solar adopters keep more greenbacks under their mattresses. They can also take advantage of a variety of…
  • What to Look for When You Hire Sales Team Members

    Matty Byloos
    11 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    RGR Marketing HIgh Quality B2B Leads Online Know Who You Want to Hire, Before You Start Interviewing When it comes to closing deals, your marketing leads are only as good as the sales team you’ve hired to work them. Your front-line customer-facing employees are often the first contact customers make with your company, and your business’s ultimate key to success. It doesn’t matter how great your offerings are if those who are communicating the benefits don’t inspire the desire to act in prospective customers. So what should you look for in new sales team members, and which traits do…
  • 5 Ways to Tell If Your Student Loan Leads Are Worth the Money

    Matty Byloos
    9 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    RGR Marketing HIgh Quality B2B Leads Online What Else Do You Get With Your Student Loan Leads? More and more, U.S. citizens are turning to higher education as a means of making themselves more viable in the job market and increasing their earnings potential. Of course, the benefits of going to college come at a cost. The most recent crop of graduates is the most indebted in history, and the cost of obtaining a college degree has ballooned in recent years. For those who are able to secure high-paying jobs following graduation, the additional debt might not be as much of a burden. But many…
  • Solar on Track to Become Cheaper Than Fossil Fuel by 2016

    Matty Byloos
    5 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    RGR Marketing HIgh Quality B2B Leads Online More Great News for Solar Installers Everywhere One of the major reasons why non-renewable forms of energy such as oil, coal, and natural gas continue to make up the majority of the energy used in this country has to do with the cost associated with each. For many years, the simple truth was – these forms of energy are cheaper, and sure, they may present a greater threat to the environment, but what difference does it make when they’re so much cheaper? Well that all may be about to change, according to recent news. Deutsche Bank released a new…
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  • 10 Things I Learnt About PPC in 2014

    Jacky Lovato
    12 Dec 2014 | 3:03 am
    PPC is such a fast moving industry that no matter how well you know the market and the tools, each day presents a new opportunity for endless amounts of learning and data analysis. There’s no time to be passive when you’re running simultaneous campaigns and managing client cash, bids, accounts and more. Find out the 10 lessons that got our Head of Paid Search through some successful client campaigns in 2014, then check out his PPC predictions for 2015 and let us know what you think! 10 Things I Learnt about PPC in 2014 by MediaVision 10 Things I Learnt About PPC in 2014
  • Feathers, Gangsters and Mystery: Mediavision’s UK Christmas Party

    Candice South
    11 Dec 2014 | 1:40 am
    Last Friday night saw the UK team descend upon the Passford House Hotel to let their hair down for the end of year Christmas Party. With a 1920’s theme, all of us joined together as flapper girls, gangsters and paper boys for an authentic murder mystery. Coming in from the cold night was made even better by the cosy surroundings – we might not have had sunshine and a pool like the Cape Town team but the night’s festivities were packed with a decadent dinner and fun frolics. The Outfits There was a flurry of headdresses and sequins as the Mediavision team got ready for the main event. I…
  • #PR Requests & Twitter Pitches: The Evolution of PR (Infographic)

    Hannah Atkins
    10 Dec 2014 | 3:25 am
    Click graphic for larger image. Evolution of Digital PR by MediaVision is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.   The art of PR has come a long way, exacerbated by the evolution of digital as a whole. No more shouting about your wares in the town square – there are more sophisticated methods of getting the message across to your audience. Let’s take a look at some of the ways digital developments have impacted PR. Changing Roles The roles of journalists, PRs and content writers have changed, and the lines between them have blurred. PRs now have the…
  • 10 Content Rules We Learnt and Lived by in 2014 (SlideShare)

    Jacky Lovato
    10 Dec 2014 | 1:33 am
    Brands have been using great content to tell stories, start conversations and win over their audiences since the beginning of time, but with the introduction of new channels over the last decade, the task has become more complex than ever before. With new platforms, tools, promotional tactics and a wide variety of channels that allow messages to reach more people more often, the job of creating useful and beautiful content has never been more vital to a brand’s success. With that in mind, check out the 10 rules our Assistant Head of Content made us learn and live by in 2014. Next year…
  • 10 Things Learnt About SEO in 2014 – (SlideShare)

    Jacky Lovato
    8 Dec 2014 | 6:05 am
    Anyone working in digital marketing today will agree: the only constant is change. This is especially true if you look at the way SEO and search has evolved over the last few years. Whether you’re taking your first steps to setting up a compliant site or already the owner of a high authority domain, it’s essential to keep a fast eye on changing algorithms, user behaviour and other channels to stay ahead of the curve. Read on to discover 10 insights into the ever-changing landscape of search engine optimisation, by our  Senior SEO and Digital Strategist Bridget Gersie, and when you’re…
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  • Highlights from Operation: Social Santa 2014

    Jessie Gould
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:54 am
    Just this month, we held our third annual Operation: Social Santa. Here’s what went down. Lots of cool people met lots of other cool people Social Santa is, well, social. Over the Vig Fillmore’s excellent cocktails, beer, and wine selection, attendees met and mingled with other professionals from across the valley. Music hummed. The patio lights twinkled. You get the idea. Lots of cool people won lots of cool things It was incredible to see our friends come together to provide raffle prizes for attendees. Attendees took home autographed sports gear, tickets, movie passes, and many more…
  • Make the Most of Your Company’s Cause Marketing

    Melanie Mulvihill
    15 Dec 2014 | 1:06 am
    ‘Cause marketing’ has become so commonplace that simply aligning with a cause and making monetary donations is no longer enough to impress customers. Customers are experiencing a sense of cause-fatigue that in turn has resulted in less participation in cause marketing efforts. Campaigns must be genuine and innovative to make an impact. Companies also must take think outside the box to consider how they will overcome skepticism in their cause marketing initiatives. What is cause marketing? Cause marketing is when a company joins forces with a charity/nonprofit organization for a mutually…
  • Looks Like Discovery Might Be Eaten Alive After This One

    Megan Brenig
    12 Dec 2014 | 2:38 pm
    In PR there is a thin line between using sensationalism for building suspense and excitement, and the final product delivered. Last Sunday, millions of Americans were disappointed after tuning in to the Discovery Channel to view 27-year old Paul Rosolie get eaten whole by a giant anaconda. Believe it or not this was not an intended public suicide, but rather an entertaining, controversial, and potentially grim PR stunt that may or may not have ended up being one of the biggest television letdowns this year. Have you ever witnessed something so startling that you just couldn’t change the…
  • How to Conduct a Compelling Christmas Campaign

    Megan Brenig
    7 Dec 2014 | 11:21 pm
    Come marketers, advertisers, and PR professionals alike; it’s time to gear up for the holidays! ‘Tis the season to amp up e-commerce sales. In fact, holiday sales are projected to increase by 16.6% from $61 billion dollars made last year. This has marketing professionals and advertisers alike all looking for a strong seasonal campaign idea. In this article, we have included some helpful tips for your campaign and gathered a few of our favorite holiday campaigns from recent years to get your creative juices flowing. 1.   Let your people talk. After much debate as to who owns a brand, it…
  • Magazines Stepping Up to Show They’re Here to Stay

    Melanie Mulvihill
    5 Dec 2014 | 4:04 am
    At Laneterralever we like to adhere to a healthy mix of traditional and digital advertising. That said, the predictions of the demise of traditional media outlets like magazines can’t be ignored entirely. To combat this common belief, magazines are opening up to show the world that they are adaptive and aren’t ready to kick the bucket just yet. The Association of Magazine Media (MPA) recently released the first 2014 Magazine Media 360 Brand Audience Report. The goal of the report was to measure consumer demand for magazine content from a variety of different delivery platforms including…
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  • How to Pick the Best Medium for Your Ads and Content

    Jesse Aaron
    18 Dec 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Digital content and advertisements are rooted in meticulous planning; demographic research, bid wars, copy tricks, tactful scheduling, etc. It’s easy to become crestfallen when our content fails to pull the weight we hoped for. When reflecting on poor-performing campaigns, the potential for success is largely dependent on the medium. $5,000 spent on PPC could have been allocated […] The post How to Pick the Best Medium for Your Ads and Content appeared first on Mashbout.
  • A Quick Rant About Experts and How to Spot the Real Ones

    Jesse Aaron
    8 Dec 2014 | 11:41 am
    Anyone who works in the digital marketing world inevitably encounters ‘celebrities’ – essentially, self-proclaimed experts in a niche area of digital marketing. They might be the king of Facebook or the queen of Twitter, and they all share one thing in common. Their advice looks like this: That’s how absurdly simple it can be and […] The post A Quick Rant About Experts and How to Spot the Real Ones appeared first on Mashbout.
  • How to Optimize Your Social Media Channels

    4 Dec 2014 | 10:29 am
    Optimizing social media channels involves more than just making people aware of your content – it involves attracting attention, evoking a desire in your audience to make a move toward your business, and it also has to create action, ultimately with the end goal of having target audience members purchase what you have to offer. […] The post How to Optimize Your Social Media Channels appeared first on Mashbout.
  • The Science of First Impressions

    Jesse Aaron
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:13 am
    It’s been said that you have only seven seconds to make a first impression, and that number is admittedly generous. Scientists and psychologists routinely study the social implications of these critical first encounters, and their findings consistently confirm their importance in how we’re perceived as well as the lasting impact these impressions have on both […] The post The Science of First Impressions appeared first on Mashbout.
  • The SEO Anatomy of a One-Million+ Pageview Article

    Jesse Aaron
    5 Nov 2014 | 8:06 am
    I’m sure you’ve heard the saying “content is king” and I’m also sure you’ve had it up to here with that saying. Good news! That’s not what’s being preached today. Currently, newspaper ad pricing has a relatively low cost in terms of impressions. To circulate the full state of Pennsylvania – which is a 1,923,610 […] The post The SEO Anatomy of a One-Million+ Pageview Article appeared first on Mashbout.
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    Tamar SEO and Social Blog

  • Keep calm and Search on!

    Asad Imam
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:44 am
    Google released its ‘year in search’ video, highlighting the top searches for the year and the following queries were on top of our minds in the past year. Robin Williams World Cup Ebola Malaysia Airlines ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Flappy Bird Conchita Wurst ISIS Frozen Sochi Olympics   Closer to home, in the UK the top items that dominated our hunger for information were, Celebrities – ranging from their controversies, achievements and demise Recipes – mostly baking related, perhaps indicating the far reaching impact of shows like Great British bake off Holidays – Most…
  • What you need to know about Dark Social

    Isobel Capelin
    10 Dec 2014 | 2:25 am
    We are often led to believe that the social element of the web began in the early 2000′s when platforms like MySpace and Friendster emerged, allowing online users to connect with each other and share content. Alexis Madrigal reminded us back in 2012 that this is hardly the case. Madrigal’s article outlines that long before these social sites came about there was endless chat-rooms, forums, email and IM that users of the web used to come together. “Dark Social” is a term coined by Madrigal that refers to the social sharing of content happening outside the reach of…
  • The Current State of Shoppable Social Media

    Isobel Capelin
    4 Dec 2014 | 2:59 am
    With Christmas round the corner, we are being bombarded with deals, offers, sales and various campaigns delivered by brands and retailers desperate for you to choose them over all the competition. Digital Marketers have often struggled to measure the true value social media has on ROI as it’s main use is for building brand advocates and loyalty among customers. With this in mind, as more and more consumers use social platforms as a point of contact with brands, it only makes sense that businesses are trying to cut out the process of driving them to their websites in order to make a…
  • SEO campaign tracking: What site metrics should you use?

    Valentin Boulan
    20 Nov 2014 | 3:45 am
    Setting campaign objectives and reporting is an essential aspect of a successful SEO campaign. One way to determine your performance is to keep track of domain metrics. That being said, there are so many tools and measurement methods out there it can sometimes be a bit daunting to even pick which metric is the best and most reliable indicator to follow. In this post, we’ll highlight some useful metrics you can use as campaign KPIs.. Domain Authority (Moz) Domain authority gives your website a score out of a 100, combining a variety of quality indicator metrics into one single figure.
  • Apprentice tips: how to improve your visibility on Youtube

    Valentin Boulan
    4 Nov 2014 | 1:39 am
    Last week, The Apprentice’s task was all about creating viral Youtube content and driving views within a very short time frame of 48 hours. This year’s crew is arguably the worst cast ever assembled by the BBC (let’s face it, that triple firing was absolutely coming!). Nonetheless, the broadcast provided some good insight on how to optimise video content for Youtube – though understandably simplified to fit the show’s format. So what should you do to improve your Youtube visibility? Here are some tips for our candidates.. Keyword research As with website content, the best way…
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  • 4 Brands Using Holiday Pinterest Gift Ideas to Create Sales

    Megan Biondi
    18 Dec 2014 | 11:30 am
    Tis' the season for pinning! Whether you are looking for a DIY ornament project or need the recipe to your favorite treat, Pinterest is one social media platform that allows you to easily find both. Beyond crafting and cooking, Pinterest is also one of the top resources for shopping this holiday season. Recently, Curalate ran a study to detect the most popular item on Pinterest and found that a pair of J.Crew camping socks were the hottest item on the site. The study also showed that 3 out of the top 5 items in their study were sold out in the color that was pinned. Given the visual nature of…
  • How to Select a Top Digital Agency in New York City

    Austin Paley
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:28 am
    If you're looking for an area that is filled with talent and regularly produces the best design, advertising, marketing, and web development work for businesses, New York is undoubtedly one of the best places to look. Many of the strongest agencies worldwide can be found in the "Big Apple", and it should come as no surprise that many of the largest and most well-known brands in the world come to New York when looking to choose a digital agency partner as a result. With such a vast pool of talent at their disposal and by consistently combining the efforts of graphic design with strategy,…
  • Mcommerce Mobile Trends 2014: The Device of Christmas Future

    Andrew Jung
    16 Dec 2014 | 10:50 am
    The 2014 holiday shopping season is now in full swing, and while the best ecommerce shopping days of the year such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, there is still time for consumers to purchase last-minute Christmas gifts. In our holiday shopping infographic, we covered how ecommerce would impact the best holiday shopping days in 2014 and in the years to come. While overall sales during the Black Friday-Cyber Monday weekend were down, ecommerce sales set new records during the weekend with the largest increases from last year coming in mobile traffic and sales. As…
  • Snapchat for Marketing: Takeaways You Can Implement In Your Overall Marketing Strategy

    Kate Endres
    2 Dec 2014 | 10:30 am
    Snapchat began simply as a photo sharing app, allowing users to send “snaps” to others users for a maximum time of 10 seconds. Once this allotted time passes, the image is deleted - with a curveball: a user has the ability to take a screenshot of your image, but you do get a notification if that does happen. New features have been introduced, such as a messaging feature, and the newly released Snapcash option. With a steady increase in users, brands are progressively using Snapchat as an opportunity to market their brand to their respective target audiences. On the surface it might seem…
  • How a Good PR Team Can Directly Influence Your SEO

    Erika Jenkins And Jess Camp
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:20 am
    With today’s digital marketing landscape in a constant state of flux, businesses are tasked with finding newer, smarter ways of fostering and maintaining a strong online presence. Google’s most recent algorithm updates have shown that in order to succeed in today’s digital marketplace, websites need to shift their focus towards producing high quality content. This is exactly where the value of a skilled Public Relations team comes into play. In the traditional sense of the phrase, “Public Relations” is a strategic communication process that sets out to build a mutually beneficial…
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  • 30 Day Step-By-Step Affiliate System Revealed

    8 Dec 2014 | 5:07 am
    30 Day Step-By-Step Affiliate System Revealed! Are You Ready For The 30 Day Challenge? Hey there, thanks for taking the time to visit my blog, I have some REALLY exciting info to share with you today, so read on….. Does the following apply to you? You’ve been told to create landing pages to promote affiliate products You’ve been told to use web 2.0 properties to host your content You’ve been told to ping your blogs You’ve been told to submit your RSS feeds You’ve been told to write articles You’ve been told to submit articles You’ve been told to…
  • 4 Simple ways to improve your Facebook ads CTR

    10 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    4 Simple ways to improve your Facebook ads CTR If your current Facebook ad isn’t performing as well as you’d like, then here are 4 CTR boosting techniques that may help! 1. Be as targeted as possible The great thing about Facebook advertising is that it allows you to target specific age groups, locations, education levels, sexes, etc. So you don’t have to waste money putting your ad in front of people who are never really going to click on it. To give you an example, instead of creating an ad for a dating site and targeting men aged between 21 and 33, for instance, you could…
  • The Awakening Course By Joe Vitale

    6 Nov 2014 | 7:03 am
    The Awakening Course By Joe Vitale What can you do to awaken right now? Hey friend, We have unconscious limiting beliefs about health, relationships, love, sex, romance and everything else. What can you do to awaken? What can you do to break free? What stage of awakening are *you* in, anyway? It may be time for you to experience “The Awakening Course,” which is now available as an instant download ==>by Clicking Here<== This is Joe Vitale‘s breakthrough course explaining the four stages of awakening. It builds on everything he’s written and recorded, yet…
  • Study Finds Law of Attraction is as Real as Gravity

    6 Oct 2014 | 10:54 am
    Study Finds Law of Attraction is as Real as Gravity You’ve probably heard about and maybe even practiced the “Law of Attraction” to bring better things into your life. It’s one of our brain’s most natural and powerful talents. Countless people all over the world have used this “law” to attract wealth and abundance to themselves and the people they love. So why have so many more tried and failed? The #1 question we ask when it fails to work for us is… “If Attraction is actually a ‘law,’ then why won’t it work for me as automatically and effortlessly as gravity does?
  • The Many Health Benefits of Meditation

    18 Sep 2014 | 4:06 am
    The Many Health Benefits of Meditation For possibly thousands of years, meditation experts (yogis) have constantly advised us on the importance of meditation and the many health benefits of meditation. Meditation allows us to release pent up stress and anxiety that has been built up whilst living the hectic daily lives that the modern lifestyle brings with it. However, modern scientific studies have also now shown that meditation can actually change our body at a genetic level. In actual fact science has now discovered that by meditating, disease-fighting genes in your body become more…
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  • People say successful Entrepreneurs are ‘born’ I say that is Bullsh*t

    Marco Moeschter
    17 Dec 2014 | 6:51 am
    People say successful Entrepreneurs are ‘born’ I say that is Bullsh*t       In this video you’ll learn:   are successful entrepreneurs really born? why I think it’s bullshit and that ever body can be successful what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur   Marco Moeschter Still have questions? Add me on Facebook: The post People say successful Entrepreneurs are ‘born’ I say that is Bullsh*t appeared first on Marco Moeschter.
  • Lazy Marketers and Spamming Idiots! There are way to many

    Marco Moeschter
    12 Dec 2014 | 7:06 am
    Lazy Marketers and Spamming Idiots! There are way to many   In this video you’ll learn:   how lazy marketers think they can make money with spamming why spamming like this will hurt us all  what you should do to build a real long term business        Marco Moeschter Still have questions? Add me on Facebook:       The post Lazy Marketers and Spamming Idiots! There are way to many appeared first on Marco Moeschter.
  • Running it like a business not a hobby!

    Marco Moeschter
    8 Dec 2014 | 6:18 am
    Running it like a business not a hobby!     In this video you’ll learn:   - why most people run their business like a hobby - do you really put in enough effort? - what you should do to running it like a business and not a hobby               Marco Moeschter Still have questions? Add me on Facebook:   The post Running it like a business not a hobby! appeared first on Marco Moeschter.
  • One simple Trick to get more youtube subscribers and grow your channel fast!

    Marco Moeschter
    18 Nov 2014 | 6:19 am
    One simple Trick to get more youtube subscribers and grow your channel fast!     In this video you’ll learn:   - why is it important to get YT Subscribers - how you can get more Youtube subscribers fast with one simple trick - how Youtube can help you with a few clicks to reach this goals and grow your channel fast           Marco Moeschter Still have questions? Add me on Facebook:     The post One simple Trick to get more youtube subscribers and grow your channel fast! appeared first on Marco…
  • The perfect customer the mysterious creature!

    Marco Moeschter
    9 Nov 2014 | 2:35 pm
    The perfect customer the mysterious creature!       In this video you’ll learn:   - do you know how your perfect customer looks like? - what problems do your customers have? - find out what they struggle with and you can build your marketing around it           Marco Moeschter Still have questions? Add me on Facebook:     The post The perfect customer the mysterious creature! appeared first on Marco Moeschter.
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  • The 6 ?’s Of The Cloud: Larry Kesslin, 4-Profit

    Jonathan Bentz
    5 Dec 2014 | 7:18 am
    Over the last few weeks, we have publishing exclusive interviews with many of the speakers scheduled to appear. We have prepared six questions for each speaker related to the cloud and cloud services for solution providers, and each speaker has been generous enough to share their answers with us and our blog readers. Below is the seventh interview in our series featuring Larry Kesslin of 4-Profit. Links to the other interviews in the series are included at the bottom of this interview. MEET THE SPEAKER Name: Larry Kesslin Title/Company: CEO, 4-Profit Session Topic: Success Redefined Date…
  • The 6 ?’s Of The Cloud: Allen Falcon, Cumulus Global

    Jonathan Bentz
    24 Nov 2014 | 7:42 am
    Editor’s Note: Over the next few weeks leading up to the 2014 NexGen Cloud Conference, we will be publishing exclusive interviews with many of the speakers scheduled to appear. We have prepared six questions for each speaker related to the cloud and cloud services for solution providers, and each speaker has been generous enough to share their answers with us and our blog readers. Below is the sixth interview in our series featuring Allen Falcon of Cumulus Global. Links to the other interviews in the series are included at the bottom of this interview. Meet The Speaker Name: Allen Falcon…
  • The 6 ?’s Of The Cloud: Jason Bloomberg, Intellyx

    Jonathan Bentz
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:51 am
    Editor’s Note: Over the next few weeks leading up to the 2014 NexGen Cloud Conference, we will be publishing exclusive interviews with many of the speakers scheduled to appear. We have prepared six questions for each speaker related to the cloud and cloud services for solution providers, and each speaker has been generous enough to share their answers with us and our blog readers. Below is the fourth interview in our series featuring Jason Bloomberg of Intellyx. Links to the other interviews in the series are included at the bottom of this interview. Meet The Speaker Name: Jason Bloomberg…
  • Congrats To This Year’s Winners Of The #CatalystAwards

    Jonathan Bentz
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:21 am
    The Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC has announced the recipients of the 2014 Catalyst Awards (#CatalystAwards). Recipients will be recognized at the annual awards event on Thursday, December 4th at the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts (225 Market Street, Harrisburg). The black tie optional event will feature the theme of “celebrating 100 years of excellence” as the Chamber marks its 100 anniversary. Each year member businesses and individuals are honored for their outstanding contributions to the Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC, along with the regional business…
  • The 6 ?’s Of The Cloud: Jeff Kaplan, THINKstrategies

    Jonathan Bentz
    20 Nov 2014 | 7:47 am
    Editor’s Note: Over the next few weeks leading up to the 2014 NexGen Cloud Conference, we will be publishing exclusive interviews with many of the speakers scheduled to appear. We have prepared six questions for each speaker related to the cloud and cloud services for solution providers, and each speaker has been generous enough to share their answers with us and our blog readers. Below is the fourth interview in our series featuring Jeff Kaplan of THINKstrategies. Links to the other interviews in the series are included at the bottom. Meet The Speaker Name: Jeff Kaplan Title/Company:…
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  • Why Retailers Should Stop Copying

    Claire Vignon
    9 Dec 2014 | 11:00 am is a popular reference in the e-commerce industry, and for a good reason. Amazon tests every change on its site and never settles for anything less than high converting design and UX. I love Amazon for driving awareness and curiosity around A/B testing. However, I’m sometimes frustrated when Amazon lures my clients into thinking that everything it does should be implemented on their own website. A few days ago, a client of WiderFunnel’s wanted to increase the size of the cart in their header. Why? Because Amazon does it. It might be a valid hypothesis. If there is one…
  • Introducing our New Blog Contributors

    Chris Goward
    30 Nov 2014 | 6:11 pm
    Perspective is everything. And today I’m proud to say WiderFunnel has more perspective than ever before in our client strategy. Back when we started, in 2007, I was all by my lonesome in creating optimization plans for our clients. Now, we are a team – much smarter than me alone – delivering amazing results and insights. Three of these team members are bursting with ideas to share with you, and we’ve now opened up the blog to hear their perspectives. On top of that, as more and more companies with high-traffic websites have added Conversions Optimization to their core…
  • Using Heatmaps for Conversion Optimization Q&A

    Jacqueline McDonald
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:41 am
    Chris Goward presented a webinar on October 30th 2014 titled The 2 Ways to Use Heatmaps to Light the Fire Under your Website Tests (recorded).  The webinar, co-hosted by WiderFunnel and CrazyEgg, sparked some great questions during the Q&A period.  We are happy to share them with you. Q&A Recap Q: How do heatmaps compare to qualitative analytics? A: Yes – heatmaps are a part of qualitative analytics. They are sort of a mixture of qualitative and quantitative. They share the features of quantitative in that you are using high volumes of clicks to get an aggregate view of how people…
  • Mobile Marketing Optimization Q&A

    Jacqueline McDonald
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Chris Goward was the keynote speaker at the Conversions@Google Summit on October 20th 2014. His presentation on Mobile Marketing Optimization spurred a great Question and Answer period. Here is how Chris defined mobile optimization during his presentation: A lot of people think mobile is the difference between a desktop and a phone. Some people – if you are really advanced – are looking at tablets. This is not the reality. This is not mobile. The reality is there is an infinite number of devices now, and infinite number of screen sizes and iterations. And, they are changing all the time.
  • The Most Effective Website Redesign Strategy

    Chris Goward
    13 Nov 2014 | 6:31 pm
    I have an exciting case study to share about the Evolutionary Site Redesign (ESR) strategy! We’ve shown it to be the better website redesign strategy for several companies, from mid-sized for Fortune 500, and the stories are exciting. We’ve literally seen Fortune 500 clients of ours scrap their redesign projects mid-stream in favour of switching to an ESR approach. For real. But first, let’s take a step back: what is ESR and how is it the most effective website redesign strategy? It’s no secret that the traditional website redesign process is broken. Many a well-meaning…
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  • 51 Blogging And Publishing Platforms To Showcase Your Awesomeness

    Mahesh Mohan
    17 Dec 2014 | 8:59 am
    I first started creating web pages on Yahoo GeoCities, Tripod, etc. back in early 2000s. It was fun. Later, I tried blogging platforms like and and also started creating HTML web pages without any coding skills (thanks to Microsoft FrontPage). And that’s how I started web development. Now with the advent of web 2.0 people want more. People no longer like static HTML web pages with dull designs. They want rich features with a great user experience. That’s how blogging platforms became massively popular. I get a lot of emails (because of this Make Money…
  • 37 Content Discovery Tools To Find Great Social Media Content

    Mahesh Mohan
    13 Dec 2014 | 4:07 am
    Image Credit: Flickr If you’re a newbie blogger then it may be difficult to come up with a new topic each day (especially when you want to blog daily). As you probably know blogging is all about quality content and you really don’t have to blog everyday just to keep your blog active. When you publish a post you have to make sure that there’s something unique in your content and you’re adding some value to your posts. Read: Why 365 Blog Posts (Or Less) Is All You Need To Become A Super-Blogger And if you’re active on social media then it’s almost impossible to…
  • Over 51 Evernote Tips & Tricks To Make You An “Evernote Ninja”

    Mahesh Mohan
    11 Dec 2014 | 3:19 am
    Evernote is one of the most popular productivity app today and it’s getting more popular than ever. We can use Evernote the way we want and that’s why they don’t tell us how to use it. “We don’t tell our users how to organize their notes in Evernote as everyone works differently: some prefer to throw everything into one notebook while others love to create lots of notebooks for various projects and work/life interests.” It’s a must-have tool for bloggers, or entrepreneurs, or professionals, or home-makers, or almost anyone who spends a lot of time online. The best…
  • Over 101 SEO Tools (Free & Premium) You’ll Ever Need

    Mahesh Mohan
    8 Dec 2014 | 4:50 am
    Search Engine Optimization (SEO), as you probably know, is the process of improving the visibility of your website in search engine results pages (SERPs). But do remember… Your goal should really be to make a fantastic website that people love and tell their friends about and link to and want to experience. As a result, your website starts to become stronger and stronger in the rankings. — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) If you’re a SEO professional then you would already know that SEO Tools change rapidly and there’s always one after the other. In fact, I have done several…
  • Over 151 Google Products & Services You Probably Don’t Know

    Mahesh Mohan
    2 Dec 2014 | 6:13 am
    First Published: 2009; Last Updated: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 Google may be a synonym for search, but it’s not restricted to that feature alone. If you are not a tech-savvy person then chances are that you are unaware about majority of Google’s products and services. Anyway, how many Google products and services do you use? The common answers will be Gmail, Google+, Drive, Docs, or an Image Search. But Google is well beyond that. Over 1 billion users per week. Over 100 billion searches per month. Over 1 billion Android activations. Over 1 billion YouTube users per month. That’s the…
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  • Coolmuster iPhone Data Recovery Software Review

    Kamran Khan
    26 Nov 2014 | 3:34 am
    Alright, you already know iPhone is the world’s best smartphone, running iOS as its operating system, loosing data from it is big headache, Here In this Post, I've got good news, with Coomuster iPhone data recovery software you can recover almost all files, yeah, sound good? You can recover any format of files, could be photos, messages, contacts etc,  while the most important thing that would
  • 5 Best Free Plagiarism Checker Online Tools That Works

    Kamran Khan
    23 Nov 2014 | 2:55 am
    When you are doing research work or doing a college project than writing is not an easy task. There are many hurdles that are facing a writer. Content authors write many different articles and blog post on a regular basis in which they have a massive research work behind that. On the other hand, the student has also found many data, facts and figures through searching at the time of making
  • Want to Teach? Try These Eight Top Online Tutoring Sites

    Kamran Khan
    16 Nov 2014 | 11:28 pm
    What’s better than learning?  Sharing what you learn.  Learning is incomplete if you don’t share it with others.  But you don’t have to become a professional teacher to share the learning.  One of the best ways is to tutor students as your schedule and circumstances permit.  It is a great way to make extra money while going to college or even as a part time gig.  The world of web 2.0 has opened
  • Take Blogging to the Next Level with Top 7 Android Apps

    Kamran Khan
    10 Nov 2014 | 11:48 pm
    Blogging is a passion and a full-time job for hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. Fortunately, Android and smartphones have made it extremely easy for bloggers to manage and update their blogs. Even if you are on the road, you can still stay connected through your mobile device. There are many amazing apps in Google Play that are ideal for bloggers. They allow you to maintain
  • 7 Functional Tools Bloggers Can Use to Generate Article Topics

    Kamran Khan
    28 Oct 2014 | 10:33 pm
    There are so many things going on a blogger's mind and to relieve themselves of these ideas, they write them one by one. They share it on their blog and get traffic from readers who frequently visit it. Admittedly, there are moments when a writer's mind go haywire. They can't think of any good topic to write. It's common. Many writer's experience writer's block when they are intensely stressed,
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  • How to Create A Happy Family Life

    Robb Corbett
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:03 am
    <= share over there (thanks). How to Create A Happy Family Life Raising a family today in this busy day and age is difficult to say the least. The hectic lifestyles we all lead does not lend itself well to a family life.  But when it is all said and done the most important factor to happiness in your life is your family... They mean the most and are the most important, so it is crucial to find a balance between all of life’s other activities and your family life. Do not... Read more
  • Daily Inspirational Words – You Determine Your Attitude

    Robb Corbett
    17 Dec 2014 | 10:54 am
    <= share over there You Determine Your Attitude Your attitude whether positive or negative is not determined by your circumstances but rather how you react to your circumstances.  We all can either react in a negative way or a positive way to any situation we find ourselves in. Life is full of good and bad situations; we know that troubles are going to come our way, it is a part of life so why choose to respond negatively to them? A negative response will not help you. Where... Read more
  • How to Make People Like You

    Robb Corbett
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:55 am
    <= share over there (thanks). How to Make People Like You As human beings one of the keys to happiness and one of our most basic needs is to be accepted by other people.  This is a well talked about subject, there are countless resources (books, articles, web pages) based on helping you build lasting positive relationships with others. And there is no question that it is a subject that if you truly wish to develop a happy life that you need to focus some of your time on. One... Read more
  • Daily Inspirational Words – Satisfaction Comes When You Appreciate What You Have

    Robb Corbett
    16 Dec 2014 | 11:11 am
    <= please share over there (thanks). Satisfaction Comes When You Appreciate What You Have Riches and possessions are of little enjoyment if you are not happy. Do not look to things to make you happy.  The real wealth in life is found within your heart and your head. Happiness, joy and contentment come from appreciating what you have; while always moving forward to better yourself as a person in all the key areas. As humans we require growth, but we must enjoy the growth... Read more
  • 4 Strategies to Stop Living Your Life on Autopilot

    Robb Corbett
    16 Dec 2014 | 4:35 am
    <= share over there (thanks). 4 Strategies to Stop Living Your Life on Autopilot Do you find that you are doing the same things every single day, never even able to remember what you yesterday or the day before that, not having anything worthwhile to look forward to in your life, existing day to day - but never thriving or enjoying your life... if this sounds like you then you are most likely living your life on autopilot. The seriously devastating thing of living your life on... Read more
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  • What Long Tail Keywords Can Do For Your Website?

    16 Dec 2014 | 4:57 am
    Professionals well versed in search engine optimization always say this: any effort unaided by a proper keyword research is utterly useless with regard to SEO initiatives. Top class SEO experts emphasize that keyword research is the fundamental step for any search marketing. Let us here talk of keyword research and the strategies appropriate for a proper keyword research. Precisely speaking on one dimension of what we discuss here, we need to understand the importance of knowing your product well and the way to get long tail keywords rank high. To market anything, the most important thing is…
  • Penguin 3.0 Update Survival Tips

    8 Dec 2014 | 3:32 am
    As against popular practice and belief, there is no need to get anxious every time when there is a new update. There are some proven ways to protect ourselves from updates and they really work letting you stay at peace. In the first place, panicking and overcorrecting is not a good idea. Often the mistakes are perceived as existing whereas they are really not. Therefore, you might go an extra mile to overdo the correction which might actually flop letting you slip from the goal.This is a common experience faced by webmasters during algorithm updates. We know how a number of webmasters get…
  • The Right Link Removal Request Techniques

    1 Dec 2014 | 3:01 am
    Often link removals come up as a hotly pursued topic for various reasons. Webmasters venturing into cleaning up harmful links that work adversely for their sites would have grown tired of sending huge numbers of emails requesting link removals. Link removal request refers to the process where the site owner asks another site owner to remove a link. While this is a simple process, things are not that simple in the world of SEO. It is not uncommon to come across situations wherein link removal requests turn to be, malicious, fraudulent and harmful. In fact at several times, they are either…
  • SEO is Ever Wanted

    23 Nov 2014 | 10:48 pm
    Most people know that blogging is a good way to boost up the site’s reputation online besides simultaneously increasing the market share. However, the funny fact is that there is already so much of information out there and blogging is gradually losing out to other strategies. It is estimated that about 7 million people blog letting the readers get drowned in a huge pool of content on all possible topics. Moreover, with every other person found blogging, the authenticity and reliability of the content have also come under serious concern. Most site owners have now started feeling that…
  • Ways to Optimize Your Mobile Website

    3 Nov 2014 | 8:15 am
    Optimizing websites for enhanced mobile experience is a growing concern among businesses owing to the immensely increasing use of mobiles for net browsing. Statistics have brought to light that more than 1.75 billion users are using smart phones. Therefore, optimizing your website for mobile is a crucial step to get the maximum out of your spending on marketing initiatives. Most professionals do not support creating a mobile version of your website. Rather, they suggest going in for a new site totally independent from your desktop site, exclusively targeting mobile users. Some of the most…
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  • Free Blogging Tools

    16 Dec 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Free Blogging Tools For You To Use Free Blogging tools 2014 is a list of 15+ top, best blogger’s tools to use on-the fly in engaging audience, get noticed online and make your blogging venture fun. It is no doubt that blogging is crucial for any business that is trading online in modern society.This is […]
  • How Do I Start A Blog On Tumblr

    2 Nov 2014 | 7:26 pm
    How to start blogging in Tumblr? Lesson 1 I was talking to group of friends at IWA about blogging this morning and I just did not have the time to talk on a step by step approach. Instead I spoke on the importance of blogging. For I know to teach a person to blog is […]
  • How Do I Start A Blog On Facebook

    2 Nov 2014 | 7:12 pm
    How Do I Start A Blog On Facebook? Create A Blog On Facebook Blogging on Facebook made easy How to create facebook profile badge for blog or website how to create facebook profile badge. facebook badge, badge facebook, how to create, facebook page for business, make a facebook profile, promote on facebook, how to create […]
  • How Do I Start A Blog On Blogspot

    2 Nov 2014 | 6:49 pm
    How Do I Start A Blog On Blogspot?This tutorial illustrates how to start your own blog using Blogger. Blogger is free, and it easy to start your own “” blog with this popular application. Starting A Blog Using Blogger This tutorial illustrates how to start your own blog using Blogger. Blogger is free, and it […]
  • How To Make Money From Blogging

    2 Aug 2014 | 3:06 pm
    How To Make Money From Blogging? If you are looking for answers to these questions: how to make money from blogging, how do you make money from a blog or can you make money from a blog? Then continue reading to the end of this article. But before I present to you various ways that can […]
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  • Dominate Forum Competition using these 34 Tactics

    Shawn Gossman
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:11 am
    Do you want to dominate forum competition? Do you want to be the best forum in your niche market? The following 34 tactics are one great way you can go about making sure you dominate forum competition in your niche. To dominate forum competition, it means your forum would be either the best or one of the best forums in your niche – do you still want to dominate forum competition? I thought you’d say yes!     34 Tactics to Dominate Forum Competition   #1 – Discover what is missing in the niche. Create it and dominate forum competition by introducing new fads, viral…
  • Discussing Forum Competition Could Hurt Your Forum

    Shawn Gossman
    12 Dec 2014 | 10:31 am
    Have you ever found yourself discussing forum competition in public on the internet? Have you ever thought about the idea that discussing forum competition could harm your message forum and even your authority in your forum niche market? Discussing forum competition is one of those areas that can easily do a lot of damage to your message forum without you even realizing it. What you define when discussing forum competition might be defined in another manner by others.     If you are discussing forum competitions let’s say on your message forum, you mention an incident that has…
  • Effective Forum Post Exchanges – Still Even Possible?

    Shawn Gossman
    10 Dec 2014 | 10:10 am
    Is there even such thing as effective forum post exchanges anymore? Back when effective forum post exchanges were happening, it seemed like more people were treating forums like the forum was their own rather than trying to promote a signature of just to hurry up and complete the Post Exchange. Nowadays, it seems like effective forum posts exchanges are non-existent anymore and people are fine with getting thin devalued content on their message forums without realizing just how bad it is for the forum…     So how do we change this? What can we do to make the current devalued forum…
  • Free Forum Advertising – Advertise Your Forum For Free!

    Shawn Gossman
    8 Dec 2014 | 10:30 am
    Today I want to offer free forum advertising to you all because I love each and every one of you! You are my loyal readers and you deserve a free forum advertising break every now and then. So today, I will share my message forums with you including my newest one and as a response, I’d love to see your comments with your message forum because its Free Forum Advertising Day!   Free Forum Advertising Day – My Forums   The Vaping Forum The Vaping Forum is a free online message forum focusing on vaping culture and the use of electronic cigarettes as an alternative to smoking. If you…
  • Negative Forum Members Might Destroy Your Forum

    Shawn Gossman
    5 Dec 2014 | 10:02 am
    Have you ever witnessed negative forum members on an online community? Have you ever had any negative forum members on your own community? I know I have in my forum experience and you probably have as well.   Negative forum members are the types of online community members who are constantly negative, sarcastic about everything and often attempt to turn anything happy into their own personal doom and gloom. Negative forum members are bad news because they can eventually kill your forum.     Negative forum members are basically forum trolls in their own little way. But how can…
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  • The FAQ on Basics of Email Marketing Best Practices

    Swapan Chandra Sutradhar
    12 Dec 2014 | 9:32 pm
    Email Marketing is a powerful opportunity and first priority for the sagacious marketers, which enables speedy outcome and satisfactory return that saves money and time as well. From a single dollar investment, it provides 43 times more return (ROI $ 43.63, according to Power Of Direct Marketing Report 2009).  That’s why, in terms of email marketing best practices, every new entrepreneur, want-a-preneur, business starter, startup maker, new affiliate marketer, potential freelancer and marketing manager should know the basic elements, definitions, type, reasons, techniques of email…
  • The Easy Ways How To Drive Traffic From Twitter On Your Blog

    Swapan Chandra Sutradhar
    6 Sep 2014 | 8:55 pm
    Why use Twitter? You might say ‘why not’! World’s largest real time traffic mine is located on the Twitter. Daily over 500 million audiences are appearing, connecting, sharing, chatting, teaching, learning, networking, entertaining and problem-solving in the twitter for: It’s pretty sweet how to drive traffic from Twitter (Image Credit: Pixabay) Getting human resource available Marketing their products and blog at silly or zero cost Learning skillful lessons in purposive progress Practicing creative micro blog Sucking the innovation of business Enjoying the business benefits…
  • 18 Steps How to Generate Useful SEO-Friendly Content

    Swapan Chandra Sutradhar
    5 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    Are you beginner in content lab? This is for you. You might know the content marketing world is more competitive that everyone strives to create a best content on his site to reach at every targeted customer faster and more accurately. It’s audience habit to find sharing useful content that goes viral spreading out around the  web. In this content marketing era, your real time web marketing strategy needs to be gone together with the collaboration between useful heat content and SEO-friendly content. There’s no better alternative of your ‘good content’ to build the ‘brand value’…
  • Top 18 Reasons Why SEO Is Essential for Wealthy Affiliate Marketing

    Swapan Chandra Sutradhar
    3 Jul 2014 | 10:50 am
    Affiliate Marketing simply earns commissions delivering real customers to the affiliate links on the merchant’s site. A wealthy affiliate marketing strategy never compromises with the missing of any bigger chances for traffic that leads huge earn. Organic search is the biggest source of affiliate traffic! How much adequately is your affiliate marketing actually running for your commission helping out selling merchants’ products and services within a unique atmosphere of the useful information for the potential customers, is mostly depends upon how much efficiently and densely you do…
  • The Key Techniques How to Write A Best Affiliate Article

    Swapan Chandra Sutradhar
    16 Jun 2014 | 10:36 am
    How to Write A Best Affiliate Article This is actually an outline, a clear sketch of the ways that how to create a trustworthy affiliate article little differently and innovatively within the comprehensive area of the product in an affiliate business. Think the write-up pretty simple, informative and useful. It’s because, how to leverage in you’re striving to secure a concrete way to generate successful best affiliate article. Although, simultaneously, writing a profitable and sustainable article for Search Engines as well as human visitors are strategically little difficult, but not…
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  • Organizing Your Email Marketing Campaign

    13 Dec 2014 | 8:31 pm
    If you have recently decided to try implementing an email marketing campaign, you can congratulate yourself on becoming involved in one of the most effective types of online marketing for […]
  • Subtle Email Marketing

    29 Nov 2014 | 10:38 pm
    Everyday Internet users receive tons of emails telling them to buy certain products or visit particular websites. While these emails arrive in the inboxes of unsuspecting Internet users each day, […]
  • Is Your Email Marketing Working?

    17 Nov 2014 | 5:48 am
    This is a question which is on the mind of all business owners who participate in an email marketing campaign for the purposes of promoting their business. In fact questions […]
  • Marketing Effectively With Email

    1 Nov 2014 | 11:26 pm
    Like any type of marketing, email marketing involves a great deal of time and effort to ensure the marketing campaign is effective. This is important because an ineffective marketing campaign […]
  • Is Your Email Marketing Spam?

    19 Oct 2014 | 7:16 am
    Email marketing can be very effective as long as it is not viewed as spam. This is critical because when your email marketing is viewed as spam, it will not […]
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    EBusiness Examiner

  • Goodbye Affiliate Marketing! – 7 Ways To Create Your Own EPIC Product

    30 Nov 2014 | 6:25 am
    Affiliate marketing is often seen as an attractive way to make a few bucks online. This is primarily because someone has already done all of the hard work for you!   The product has already been created and all you have to do is drive traffic to your affiliate links to make the sale!  Simple right? ….. WRONG. Let’s face it – even if you started out thinking that it would be easy to drive traffic to your affiliate product, I am sure that it did not take you long to realise that it is hard to get good quality traffic / potential customers.  You are spending hours a day trying to…
  • How to Grow Your Blog from 0 to 20,000 Visitors A Month

    12 Nov 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Hi There! Nadine Douglas here. One of the biggest questions that most bloggers have is how to get more visitors to their site.  Let’s face it – you can have the best blog ever but if no one is visiting it, you might as well not bother!  So how can maximise your blogging efforts? If you want to actually create a business out of your blog here are the 2 main areas you should be focussing on: 1.) Creating Valuable and Helpful Content Write Eye-Catching, Informative Posts If you want to stand out from the crowd of ever increasing bloggers, your content needs to be top notch.  It should be…
  • Quickest Way To Make Money Online

    9 Nov 2014 | 1:56 pm
    Hi All! So I have been thinking of ways which helped me realise that I actually could make money online. One of the best ways that I have made any money is through product creation.   Now before you start panicking and thinking that you could never create a fancy online product, I am here to tell you that you can.  See, the thing is, most people over complicate product creation.  They think you need some big fancy product which is gonna take months to develop and thousands to create.  Well that is simply not true. Product creation can be much easier than you think.  All you need to do…
  • How I Returned To Blogging After Becoming A Parent

    7 Nov 2014 | 4:47 am
    Hi All, It has been a long time!   I would like to say that I am thrilled to be back blogging again.  I became a parent earlier in the year and took some time off, it has been great and I love being a mum!  But now it is back to work! I must admit, that after having quite a few months off it has been hard to get my motivation back and I am sure I am not the only one who has struggled with this.  Here are a few tips if you have struggled to keep on top of your blog posts. 1.) Set yourself a deadline It can be very easy to keep putting off starting again but give your self a deadline and…
  • Is Social Media Getting You Down?

    16 Jan 2014 | 6:16 am
    Are you tired of trying so hard to get results for your social media platforms, only to realise that the vast majority of your efforts seem to be futile?  No one is liking your facebook page or following you on twitter?  You feel like you are doing everything right, posting regularly, posting quality content but yet you are getting nowhere.  Well, you are definitely not the only one!  Receiving any credit from social media platforms can be so disappointing and depressing at times, so what can we do to get the results that we really deserve?  Check out these tips below: 1.)  Set Your…
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    Digital Information World

  • Top 5 Web Design Trends for 2015 - #infographic

    19 Dec 2014 | 8:27 pm
    Is your website in need of an upgrade for the new year?Take a look at this infographic from Bowen Media that visualizes top 5 web design trends, they expect to see in 2015!Key takeaways:Mobile focus: 90 percent of people use multiple devices screens sequentially. So make sure you are using a responsive website design.Interactive scrolling: 66 percent of mobile users find that websites load too slowly. Use infinite scrolling that cuts down on website loading times by allowing the pages to load content little by little.Clean Simple Layout: This types of layouts provide an easy user experience…
  • Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter: #SocialMedia Around The World - #infographic

    19 Dec 2014 | 2:44 am
    Whether it was mourning the loss of an entertainment hero or fueling a political protest, social media was empowered while empowering the people.Addthis analyzed 14 million global websites to look how different events change the world through social activity, every single day.Their study found that social media was not only a way to disseminate information: it was used to organize communities under common causes.Read more →
  • 4 Tips For Developing Your 2015 #SocialMedia Marketing Plan - #infographic

    18 Dec 2014 | 8:55 pm
    An organized marketing strategy with clear objectives can go a long way toward social media success.With that in mind, the folks at Shark Communications have created a simplified organizational infographic around four key categories — i.e: ATTRACT > ENGAGE > CONVERT > MONITOR.Think of it as a strategic brief that can help you gain a better perspective on social media marketing and help you build a more socially optimized business in the coming year.Read more →
  • Top 15 Digital #Marketing Trends for 2015 - #infographic

    18 Dec 2014 | 1:07 am
    The team at BellPottinger has identified the 15 digital marketing trends you need to know for the year ahead. Their analysis looks at the most talked about trends online in 2014 and ranks them in order of percentage increase throughout the year. This helps us understand what will make a real impact in the New Year.Here are some key highlights:• Branded content was the most popular content marketing tactic in 2014, and will grow from 37 percent to 47 percent in 2015.• By 2017 more than 2.5 million mobile augmented reality apps will be downloaded.• Companies that are personalizing web…
  • The Most Wonderful Digital Marketing Stats of the Year - #infographic

    17 Dec 2014 | 8:27 pm
    You know how the song goes - "There'll be parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting, and researching out in the show." At least, that is how we (and most marketers) sing it. Salesforce's 2014 research revealed more than a few shining lights of marketing insights. The below infographic illustrates some of the standouts.86 percent of senior-level marketers agree that it's very important to create a cohesive customer journey. But only 29 percent companies rate themselves as effective at creating a cohesive customer journey.53 percent of CMOs say return-on-investment…
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  • On Page SEO: The Defintive Checklist (16 Steps to a Perfectly Optimized Page)

    Salman Aslam
    1 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    Search engine optimization has always been an essential element to your marketing strategy, but often it’s not thought of as being a priority when creating new landing pages. Sure, you want to maximize conversions (and don’t get us wrong, conversion optimization matters too), but at the end of the day you need your content to be found in order to convert. When creating new landing pages – or looking to improve existing ones – consider this On-Page SEO Checklist, which can help you boost the SEO effectiveness of your site without impacting the ability of your pages to convert.
  • 17 Surefire ways to Increasing Website Speed & Conversions

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Time is our most valuable asset. This is the reason why we spend more on technology from higher spec smartphones to expensive internet connection to productivity apps and like all these things, the website speed matters too. Nothing is more frustrating than clicking on a website URL and then checking your clock to see how long you’ve been waiting for it to load. When your customers visit your website, you only have few seconds to capture their attention, with a slow loading website, all of your marketing budget goes to waste when you lose customers on their first visit. Why is Speed…
  • The Defintive Guide to Blogger Outreach (Part 1 of 2)

    Salman Aslam
    7 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Relationship building is the key towards a successful digital marketing strategy. As content marketers and link builders, the ability to identify and connect with key influencers and decision makers in your industry plays an important role in your success online. But wait, if you’re one of those who think  ‘guest blogging is dead’.  Well, at least according to Matt Cutts.  I bet you didn’t check out this post from Groove HQ “How We’ve Reached More Than1 Million People by Guest Blogging.” The thing is that guest blogging was being practiced for a number of…
  • 10 Ways to Capture and Generate Leads Online from Website

    9 Jun 2014 | 12:00 am
    It is the dream of every business owner to have a website that generates leads for their business. I respect this desire however as they say Hoping is not a Strategy, you have to take action. A website must Do Something, it cannot just act as a brochure, eating up your budget in hosting and domain renewals. It must generate leads for your business which you can nurture and prospects. Today we’ll focus on this marketing challenge ie. How to Generate Leads. There are people who have figured it out and are doing it very well, while others just don’t get it. There are 10 Ways which…
  • The Essential Social Media Design & Sizing Cheat Sheet

    Salman Aslam
    2 Jun 2014 | 12:00 am
    If you’ve been active on social media for a while, or you just made your accounts, you’ll realize that when it comes social media, visual content and social media go together like French fries and dip sauce, and all comes down to the last pixel. Social networks are constantly adding up more features, visual elements, and it seems like every day when you wake up, you see a new element or iteration being made to the social networks you are active, making you go back and figure out the right size of cover images, post images and align your campaign according to the latest set of changes.
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    Foxtail Marketing

  • Using Instagram in Real-Time Digital Marketing

    Darren Faber
    18 Dec 2014 | 12:16 am
    Digital marketing has been moving into real-time marketing for both B2C and B2B businesses. Instagram has become a newly utilized tool that can be used to capture customers in the moment as well as after the event ends. The best aspect of using Instagram for marketing is its wide-open capability in utilizing so many creative marketing ideas while managing to cater to preference toward images. There isn’t a doubt using images is a current trend in digital marketing, and using it to attract business customers in your B2B business can work just as effectively as B2C. When you want to…
  • Content Marketing During the Holidays

    Kevin McFadyen
    16 Dec 2014 | 1:00 am
    Content marketing is always an important focus during the holidays when many businesses make their most money. And your own B2B business is probably doing the same thing this month, even for the week after Christmas to take advantage of those seeking more online sales. But if you’re setting up marketing content for other businesses to access on a PC, you might not be reaching as many people as you think you are. New reports have come out recently that holiday content marketing is now starting to be accessed mostly through tablets and smartphones rather than PC’s. You’ve…
  • Establish an Online Presence with Online Marketing

    Darren Faber
    11 Dec 2014 | 12:05 am
    Before you get started with online marketing, you have to clearly define your goals and expectations. Why are you going to start engaging in online marketing? Why are you investing in online marketing instead of traditional marketing? A vital principle to understand is establishing an online presence. An online presence means businesses are visible, searchable, and traceable on the Internet. When consumers use search engines, your website link will pop up. When they go on social media, your posts and statuses will be there. A recent Entrepreneur article explains why it’s so…
  • Making Sure Your Content Marketing Has Purpose Rather than Being Wasteful

    Nathan Tanner
    9 Dec 2014 | 3:00 am
    Content marketing sometimes gets envisioned by businesses as something they have to do rather than finding joy in doing it well. It’s the same type of philosophy you can apply to virtually anything, including your own job. If you don’t put some fun and true purpose behind what you’re doing, it’s going to come out looking empty overall. While that might be a problem with some people in their jobs, it should never be apparent in the content you create to market your B2B business online. Any piece of content you create, whether it be a blog, an article on your website, or…
  • Why Upcycling Content is Essential for B2B Marketing

    Sara Davis
    4 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    Upcycling content is an essential practice in B2B marketing. To get the most out of your content, you need to give it as much visibility as possible. The only way to do this is to post it on multiple platforms. As you move your content around, rearrange it so that it appeals to different types of consumers. A recent Entrepreneur article explains the process of upcycling content. Here’s an example of how businesses can reuse their content, taken from the article: Create a Slideshare Recap the article in a video and post it to YouTube Republish the article on LinkedIn Build an…
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  • The Facebook Trap and How to Free Yourself

    Eyram Hlortsi
    12 Dec 2014 | 8:30 am
    Facebook is a trap. It is the worst form of addiction. You sit around and browse people’s profile without even knowing what you are looking for. Funny Huh? Did you know that Facebook has deliberately built their system so that once you get there, it would be difficult to come […] The post The Facebook Trap and How to Free Yourself appeared first on
  • Make Money Blogging Like Linda Ikeji and Co

    Eyram Hlortsi
    12 Dec 2014 | 5:16 am
    Even you can make money blogging like Linda Ikeji and co. Genuine Ways to Make Money Blogging – Don’t Struggle Like The Rest Linda Ikeji struggled before she started to make money blogging. Almost every top blogger you’ve heard say they also struggled. They did not know that they could […] The post Make Money Blogging Like Linda Ikeji and Co appeared first on
  • How to Tell if Your MLM Compensation Plan Will Favour You

    Eyram Hlortsi
    10 Nov 2014 | 9:30 am
    While how much money you make with your network marketing company depends on you, you can tell if the compensation plan will favour you and help you to achieve your goals faster. Here is how to tell by comparing the basic and most popular MLM compensation plans . A good […] The post How to Tell if Your MLM Compensation Plan Will Favour You appeared first on
  • See How Unemployment Was Knocked Out

    Eyram Hlortsi
    8 Oct 2014 | 10:06 am
    SAMPLE UNEMPLOYMENT NEWS HEADLINES Have you noticed how unemployment is big news. We see a lot of bad news. Each bad news is pregnant with opportunities. Consider the headlines below and tell me how it feels. See this headline, Greece Faces 150,000 Job-Cut Hurdle to Aid Payment: or rather the […] The post See How Unemployment Was Knocked Out appeared first on
  • Would You Have Done the Same?

    Eyram Hlortsi
    11 Sep 2014 | 10:30 am
    No matter what happens or the amount of information available, people will still get scammed be it online or offline. Scamming works based on human psychology. The underlying principles do not differ. In this post, I am going to share a story about a man who got scammed. Then I […] The post Would You Have Done the Same? appeared first on
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    Optyn - Email Marketing Blog | Optyn - Email Marketing Blog

  • Central Data Storage acquires marketing software provider Optyn

    Alen Malkoc
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:48 am
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11/20/14 Chicago, IL — Central Data Storage, a leader in providing software as a service to medical and specialty professionals, has acquired Optyn and its 3,000+ customers for an undisclosed amount, including cash plus earn-out. “Optyn’s software and their team will help us serve our customers better than ever,” said CDS President/CEO Ed Conklin. “Small business owners love to use the simple marketing tool for a reason.” CDS, founded in 2008, continues its rapid growth with the acquisition and solidifies itself as a managed backup and software…
  • Mastering the Email Marketing Campaign

    Amer Grozdanic
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Tips to make sure you are on to a good start with your email marketing campaign Many businesses do not know what they want to be when they grow up. That reflects in their email marketing campaign. Since email is an important part of any marketing campaign, it is important to get all aspects of it right the first time, because the only thing which is worse than receiving a bunch of emails in your inbox from people whom you don’t really know, is receiving emails which do not make sense or fall short in some way, shape or form. The following are some of the points to keep in mind when one is…
  • Online Marketing: How to Build a Scalable Plan which Scales with You

    Louis Morales
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    Some important elements of developing a strong and scalable marketing plan. As a startup or SME, developing an offline and online marketing plan which will serve its purpose, is never easy and needs a considerable amount of consideration and planning. The following are some of the most important elements of developing a strong and scalable marketing plan that will help propel your business and ensure that you enjoy long-term growth. Being Flexible Probably one of the most important aspects of developing a marketing plan is because it does not only have to do with the launch of a business, but…
  • The Secrets of Selling Successfully

    Alen Malkoc
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Selling is done the same way, whether online or off, which means that the rules of the game don’t change all that much. That being said, there are still those who think that the two modes of selling are like taming two different wild beasts at the same time. Keeping that in mind, the following lines are going to cover the secrets of selling successfully both online and offline. All Customers Want to Buy Let’s just say it as it is, everyone likes to buy new stuff, and especially new stuff. While that is true, nobody likes to be sold stuff or even told what to do. This is one of the main…
  • Email and Ezine Marketing Solutions

    Amer Grozdanic
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
      Marketing solutions to make the best out of email and ezine marketing for businesses. Email marketing comes in various shapes and forms, the following are going to be just two of those formats which one can use to increase their business. So without any further ado, let’s just get right into these marketing solutions. Opt-In “Series” Email Marketing This is by far one of the best and most underrated email marketing tactic used by businesses. This also happens to be the secret weapon of some of the most successful household names online today. This is how it works. First…
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    Overit Blog

  • New Year, New Content Strategy

    Janae DeRusso
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:34 am
    We’re down to just two weeks left in 2014. Did your content help you hit goals this year? Raise brand awareness, start conversations with your audience, boost interest in your products or services? Based on a search of content marketing and 2015 and the plethora of trend prediction posts out there, everyone’s still expecting content to play a huge role next year. And it absolutely will. Content – your website content, your content marketing pieces, your social media posts – is a tremendous opportunity to not only raise awareness of your...Continue reading New Year,…
  • 2014 In Motion: Overit’s Videos & Animations

    Janae DeRusso
    11 Dec 2014 | 9:22 am
    There’s been plenty of buzz in 2014 about how important video is to brand’s marketing efforts today. As you probably know by now, we’re big fans of video at Overit, and enjoy the opportunity to include video of all styles within our integrated digital marketing campaigns. This year was no exception. Here are a few of the Overit motion team‘s favorite projects from 2014. Video Asks You to Be a Part of the Revolution Overit recently worked with Qvidian to launch the Revolutionize Selling campaign. The focal point of the...Continue reading 2014 In Motion: Overit’s…
  • Is Your Business’ Facebook Page Ready for 2015?

    Olivia Fuller
    9 Dec 2014 | 8:35 am
    Ready or not, 2015 is coming, and so are changes to the beloved social networking site, Facebook. While up until now, it’s seemed to be a no-brainer that most brands and businesses can benefit from an active Facebook presence (if engagement is nurtured and you provide good content people want to read, of course), things are about to get shaken up. Yes, it’s still going to be important for brands to be present and engaged on Facebook, but the nature of your organic posts and their ability to reach your...Continue reading Is Your Business’ Facebook Page Ready for 2015? on the Overit…
  • Usability: Are You Making it Better? Or Making it Worse?

    Lisa Barone
    2 Dec 2014 | 9:36 am
    I am, admittedly, not great with change. I hold onto things – objects and emotional scars – for far longer than would be deemed healthy. It’s something I’m working on. But as odd as I am, I am not entirely unlike your customers and your users. Your customers, also, don’t always love change. It’s scary and new. But they’re better at accepting it when the change helps them. When it’s an improvement and a step forward. When it makes their life easier and helps them swear at their technological device...Continue reading Usability: Are You Making it Better? Or Making it Worse? on…
  • Marketing Trends & Tools We’re Thankful For

    Olivia Fuller
    26 Nov 2014 | 6:44 am
    In light of the holiday season, we’re sharing some of the trends and tools that our team is thankful for. Whether they help us improve our skills or make us better marketers, more creative, more efficient or happier, we all rely on a few tools to propel us through our day and allow us to create really cool stuff for our company and clients. We asked members of our team to share what tools impact their work, with a few notable trends they’re thankful for as well. Account Management: Our...Continue reading Marketing Trends & Tools We’re Thankful For on the Overit Blog.
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    The Clix Group

  • InstaSpam: Instagram Purges Spam Accounts

    Jared Lender
    19 Dec 2014 | 2:38 pm
    It’s not every day that a company publicly announces that they reached a new personal best only to say, “we cheated.” Instagram recently announced its greatest achievement to date – 300 million users. Then, they said they would be deleting some of them… In a recent blog post, Instagram wrote: “…as more people join, keeping Instagram authentic is critical—it’s a place where real people share real moments. We’re committed to doing everything possible to keep Instagram free from the fake and spammy accounts that plague much of the web, and that’s why we’re…
  • Problems With Duplicate Google Plus Listings

    Sammi Seligsohn
    16 Dec 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Having duplicate Google Plus listings is against Google’s guidelines, but Google creates so many listing on their own, it’s hard to fathom how they can possibly punish anybody for having duplicate listings. When they transferred everyone’s listings into the new dashboard, it wasn’t unusual for new listings to pop up, causing more duplicates to show up in accounts that aren’t verified. These duplicate listings could also cause reviews to split up. If there is more than one listing out there, people could find either one of those listings and leave a review on the…
  • Why You Should Be Using Content Marketing

    Jared Lender
    24 Nov 2014 | 11:27 am
    Content becomes the link connecting businesses to customers. Storytelling sets the tone for their engagement. Blogs, social networks and video-sharing sites inform, entertain and empower your best prospects and clients. – Trond Lyngbø Content Marketing can address every stage of the sale funnel. Well planned Content Strategies should have a piece of content for everyone at every stage of the sales cycle. This includes everyone from the general public all the way to yesterdays customers. First, by creating easily shareable content for the general public or even people just beyond the…
  • Google Updates Middle-earth

    CJ Pagano
    20 Nov 2014 | 6:32 am
    Google has bestowed yet another gift to the world and for those of you who are Tolkien fanatics, you will especially enjoy it. The gift that they have so kindly given to us is a refresh to their platform, A Journey through Middle-earth. In this platform it not only has an interactive map, but has also been equipped with a new battle mode. The platform masterfully pieced together the coding elements of CSS, HTML, and JavaScript to guide you through the lands of Middle-earth. Additionally, you can interact with the characters, watch video snippets, learn the history of the land, and explore it…
  • PPC Spotlight: Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA)

    Melissa Porlier
    19 Nov 2014 | 8:27 am
    There are so many great features available today to utilize and test in PPC. Here is a more in-depth look at one of the lesser-known features available in Google AdWords: Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA). What is it? Remarketing Lists for Search Ads or RLSA for short, is essentially search network remarketing. Utilizing your remarketing audience, you are able to identify return searchers who have already visited your website and remarket to them within the search network to potentially boost your ROI. RLSA lets you target returning searchers in a way that is unique to them, segmenting…
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    Heroic Search

  • What Does Psychology Have to Do with Creating Engaging Headlines?

    Kali Hawlk
    4 Dec 2014 | 4:03 pm
    According to Copyblogger, 8 of 10 people read your headline. But only 2 out of 10 will continue on and read the rest of your content. Headlines matter. And most of us know this. That’s why there are countless articles and copywriting how-tos that explain what words work, which don’t, and how you can use […] The post What Does Psychology Have to Do with Creating Engaging Headlines? appeared first on Heroic Search.
  • Bring on the designs! I’ll Be A Judge In Jotform’s Web Form Design Awards

    Jared Carrizales
    12 Nov 2014 | 10:08 am
    Calling all designers, marketers, and creative peeps! Jotform, the versatile WYSIWYG form builder, is putting on a competition that will make you salivate. From now until December 4th you can submit your form designs using their Form Designer for a chance to win $7500. I’m lucky enough to be a judge for the contest, and I can’t […] The post Bring on the designs! I’ll Be A Judge In Jotform’s Web Form Design Awards appeared first on Heroic Search.
  • Which Social Media Monitoring Dashboard Is Right for You?

    Kali Hawlk
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    There are a number of social media management tools out there. While many dashboards contain similar features or functions, each trends toward serving a particular market and set of needs in a niche. There are three main platforms to use: Hootsuite, Buffer, and Sprout Social. Let’s take a look at the features, benefits, pros, and […] The post Which Social Media Monitoring Dashboard Is Right for You? appeared first on Heroic Search.
  • Proving ROI – A Collection of Posts, Case Studies, Tools, and Templates for Marketers

    Jared Carrizales
    7 Oct 2014 | 4:45 am
    Working in the SEO industry in 2014 means something totally different than it did in 2010. Return on investment is at the forefront of everyone’s mind (as it should be), client and practitioner alike. This means that as we help clients in all kinds of industries, we need to make sure to do a good job of […] The post Proving ROI – A Collection of Posts, Case Studies, Tools, and Templates for Marketers appeared first on Heroic Search.
  • Heroic Search Roundup: 9 Twitter Chats on Marketing

    Kali Hawlk
    18 Sep 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Looking for a new group of marketing gurus, leaders, and enthusiasts to join up with and talk shop? Consider turning to social media and joining a weekly Twitter chat. These hour-long sessions provide valuable ways to dive deeper into the industry and access to a huge number of people eager to share their ideas. We’ve […] The post Heroic Search Roundup: 9 Twitter Chats on Marketing appeared first on Heroic Search.
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    SEO, SEM, SMO, SMM, Digital Marketing, Adsense Optimization, Marketing ROI, Technical Writing Tips

  • Organic SEO Tips 2015 - Website SEO Guide

    16 Dec 2014 | 2:25 am
    Organic SEO Techniques 2015 Search engine optimization 2014 is one of the happiest year for organic seo experts and ethical seo companies following natural search engine optimization practices in order to promote website through various on-page optimization, off-page optimization and technical seo parameters optimization methods on online.Search engine optimization 2015 is also happiest year for natural search optimizers and website promoters with organic website optimization and internet marketing strategies. Just they need to continue their ethical internet marketing practices and regular…
  • Credit Card or Paypal Error Message in E-Commerce Store Websites - Failed to authorize: Authorization Failed

    12 Dec 2014 | 5:16 am
    All e-commerce websites are providing the secure payment process on their sites through https: version web pages. Some websites are in order to save money, they renting the online payment gateways like 2 checkout, woocommerce sites etc. The online payment is accepting through various kinds of credit cards, travel cards, paypal and alert-pay etc. Most of the time customers are not facing the problems with these online payment gateway system integration from e-commerce websites.Many ecommerce sites are enables the card payments through proper settings on their wordpress, html 5 sites, joomla…
  • SEO Optimization in 2015 - Search Engine Optimization Techniques 2015

    10 Dec 2014 | 4:47 am
    SEO in 2015  Website optimization for seo in 2015 is changeable with constant production of search engine algorithms and changes in online visitors search behaviour. The search engine optimization principles 2015 are to play key role in website optimization and site or blog marketing to retain in existing niche competition.SEO Optimization 2015 on Website seo guide  This post url is optimized with keyword "seo optimization in 2015". This post title is optimized with keyword "seo optimization in 2015". This post search description is optimized with keyword "seo optimization 2015",…
  • Best Blog Promotion Tips and Marketing Techniques

    4 Dec 2014 | 11:17 am
    Internet Blogging is become one of the habits to online professionals and business owners and web marketers. Promotion of the business is easy for static websites with targeted long tail keywords and search engine optimization, search engine marketing channels. But marketing the blog is not easy at all time of seo projects. It needs an effective search engine optimization strategy and experienced internet marketing company services, also experienced internet marketer.One of the best advantages of blogging is display of latest posting or articles online for visitors. This is the natural…
  • Search Engine Optimisation 2015 - SEO Principles for 2015

    2 Dec 2014 | 9:46 am
    SEO Principles 2015 for Web Optimization and Best Search Engine OptimizationSEO Principles 2015 is typical year for many small medium business owners and many in-house seo employees. This is due to Google is constantly producing a lot of search engine algorithms in order to avoid the spam websites, irrelevant search results in SERP pages. The relevancy and visitor engagement, content quality etc. are played a major role in 2014 search engine optimization.Search Engine OptimizationThis article from website seo guide is on seo optimization tips for best website search engine optimization (WSEO)…
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  • Trends To Watch Out For In 2015

    15 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Marketers noticed things taking a bit of a shift in 2014; people began to consume more information on their mobile devices than their desktops. This really wasn’t a big surprise, the trend was already heading in this direction. Phone companies were also paying attention, which is why we have seen phone sizes grow dramatically in recent years. They wanted to make sure that the viewing experience was a pleasant one since people were transitioning from monitors to mobile devices. In 2014 consumers showed that they not only want fresh content but they want it as fast as they can possibly…
  • The Best Social Media Plugins for WordPress

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:36 pm
    Social media is a great way to build relationships with your target audience. In this presentation, we talk we review: Jetpack Shareaholic Social Media Feather Floating Social Bar ShareThis Check out some of our favorite social media plugins in the slideshare presentation below.. The Best Social Media Plugins for WordPress from Apex Virtual Solutions … Continue reading →
  • How Social Media Contributes to Business Growth

    13 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    It didn’t take long for business owners to figure out that social media was a great way to leverage their businesses. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are so popular in the business world that many consumers choose to research companies on these platforms before they visit their websites. The influence of social media has grown to the point where many celebrities worth is measured by their number of Twitter followers. This spills over into the business world. So many business owners deem a large following on social media as extremely important because of the perception it…
  • 10 Tweetable Motivational Quotes

    12 Nov 2014 | 5:48 am
    Being a successful entrepreneur or business professional in most cases isn’t just luck or being born in the right family. Success is a result of preparation, hard work, motivation, consistency, endurance and opportunity. The thing that keeps most of us in pursuit of our dreams is knowing that it’s possible because so many before us have done it. In the spirit of the season of giving, I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite quotes that keep me going. “Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once.” –Drew Houston, Dropbox…Click To Tweet…
  • How to Develop an Effective Marketing Campaign

    11 Nov 2014 | 7:27 am
    Creating an effective marketing campaign takes a lot of work, research and testing. An effective marketing campaign starts with you getting complete clarity on who your product or service best provides a solution for. This information is key in creating a campaign that appeals, intrigues and converts. During this presentation we cover creating an amazing offer, promoting your campaign on your website, educating your audience, using blogs, and measuring your results. … Continue reading →
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    Similarweb Blog

  • You Can’t Kill Pirate Bay

    Natalie Halimi
    18 Dec 2014 | 1:52 am
    Fans of illegal downloads were dealt a blow last week when The Pirate Bay was taken offline following police raids in Sweden. However, as we’ve seen in the past, Pirate Bay doesn’t take defeat very easily. We used SimilarWeb to get an inside look at the story.     Crazy Amounts of Traffic! As you can see from SimilarWeb’s data insights, over the last 6 months Pirate Bay has received well over 2.5 billion desktop visits! They’ve also managed to creep into … Continue reading →
  • 5 Steps to Recovering from Penguin 3.0

    Roy Hinkis
    16 Dec 2014 | 10:14 pm
    In yesterday’s blog post, we explored how the new Penguin 3.0 update is a “continually optimized” algorithm bent on taking down sites with unnatural link pies (ie, spammy links). Numerous sites with poor quality links and content have already fallen victim to both the new Penguin and it’s spammy content-hunting cousin, Panda 4.0. Not sure if your site is one of them? This amazing infographic from Marketing Mojo and Searchengineland will help you find out: If you find that your site is, in … Continue reading →
  • The Penguin 3.0 Pattern: Losers Will Keep Losing, Winners Will Win Again

    Roy Hinkis
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:43 am
    Google seems to be giving the gift that keeps on giving this year with a new form of “continually optimized” Penguin update. In the past, Google worked on Penguin algorithms offline and then published the updated data live on a specific date. This would cause a change in search results, so it was pretty clear when it happened. Not anymore, according to what we can gather from Google. Now they’ll be regularly rolling out live updates of the algorithm – … Continue reading →
  • How The Syrian Electronic Army Boosted Their Traffic By Hacking

    Ariel Rosenstein
    14 Dec 2014 | 10:49 pm
    A quick flick through imgur’s Popular Pages on SimilarWeb reveals that the URL was responsible for 0.10% of their traffic in November 2014. It doesn’t sound significant, but there’s an interesting story beneath the figures. The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hacked a large number of prominent news media sites in response to what they perceived to be Western media claims that innocent civilians had been targeted by Syrian air strikes. Accessing these hacked sites led to users being confronted … Continue reading →
  • Who Won (and Lost) Over Black Friday

    Pavel Tuchinsky
    11 Dec 2014 | 3:57 am
    We saw how Black Friday sales took root around the globe; now it’s time to see how the real deal measured up in the US.  Black Friday and Cyber Monday are finally over, and now that the dust has settled it’s time to take a look at the winners (and losers) of this holiday shopping extravaganza. A recent trend is that retailers are starting to offer sales starting before Black Friday and Cyber Monday. So to get the whole picture, … Continue reading →
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  • 4 Steps to a Profitable Business

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    9 Dec 2014 | 6:33 pm
    Building a profitable business should be a goal for every entrepreneur! Are you ready for the New Year? 2015 is on the horizon and I’m getting really excited! I love December! It’s a time to start thinking about fresh new ideas! It’s also a time to right some wrongs and have a new start. I want to share 4 great tips with you to help you start out your New Year right and structure your business for growth. Step 1 to a Profitable Business – Know Your Perfect Customer If you’re going to grow a profitable business you must know who your perfect customer is. The world…
  • Design a Marketing Process in Your Business

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    2 Dec 2014 | 11:49 am
    Several years ago I fell flat on my face in a business. It failed mainly because I didn’t understand marketing, more specifically Internet marketing. It also failed because I didn’t have a plan or a process in my business. (Perhaps I  should mention that making money wasn’t a choice for me, it was that or lose my house.) Because I didn’t understand marketing and didn’t have the right knowledge I couldn’t reach enough people to purchase my products and services. So many people struggle in their businesses because they don’t have enough cash flow. Here’s…
  • Marketing Strategies – Integrity in Marketing

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:11 pm
    Do you realize that over 90% of the headlines you read and hear on the news are full of BS? Yep! They’re carefully crafted to shock, seduce and manipulate you to click or not change the channel. Advertising agencies understand that we now live in a short-attention span world and they’re very well-trained to know how to get your attention. Those aren’t just headlines you’re reading my friends, they’re actually marketing strategies. Marketing strategies that unfortunately work too well. Marketing Strategies – It’s All About the Yellow The objective is…
  • Marketing Strategies – It’s NOT Google Calling!

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    5 Sep 2014 | 7:09 am
    It’s my goal to teach entrepreneurs marketing strategies and how to navigate the Internet so they can benefit from all the opportunities it brings. However, many people are still reluctant and I can’t say that I blame them especially when there are so many scams going on. It truly outrages me that these things happen but as I constantly say, we must get educated. Education is key to being able to enjoy benefits of the Internet’s fruits and not have to worry about being a victim of a scam. Just a couple of days ago someone called one of my clients that by the way does use…
  • Complacency is Cancer

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    9 Jul 2014 | 6:24 pm
    Take a moment of self-reflection. How do you take in information? Do you absorb it? Do you read it and think to yourself that you need to do it? Then a few seconds later the dog barks and you need to take him out – then the thought is lost? Do you revisit it? Do you just move on? The entrepreneur that thrives in today’s world is the one that admits they’re guilty of being complacent and creates systems in their business (and lives) to defuse it.  They know that the key to growing a business is having the appropriate steps in place to avoid falling into complacency.
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    - Promodo Blog

  • Friday Catch-Up: Breaking Ties and Barriers; Google, Facebook and LinkedIn

    Lena Ruchko
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:26 am
    Hello Everyone! Guess what? Yes, it’s Friday! And we are back with the latest internet gossip and updates. Every Friday, we bring you the juiciest scoop and the most interesting posts around the internet lately. Mondays can’t get worse, Tuesdays … Continue reading → (Read more...) The post Friday Catch-Up: Breaking Ties and Barriers; Google, Facebook and LinkedIn appeared first on - Promodo Blog.
  • Friday Catch-Up: The Giants Are Out Again!

    Lena Ruchko
    12 Dec 2014 | 5:27 am
    Hello Everybody! We are back again with yet another amazing Friday Catch-up with the most happening online marketing news, updates, and the best new infographics hitting the web this week. Nobody is more committed than us when it comes to … Continue reading → (Read more...) The post Friday Catch-Up: The Giants Are Out Again! appeared first on - Promodo Blog.
  • How to Use Facebook Social Search in Marketing

    Lena Ruchko
    11 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Facebook introduced the social search in January 2013. Just a few days Facebook updated it enabling search for posts inside your network of friends. Facebook social search is one of the best things this social network has for marketers. So if … Continue reading → (Read more...) The post How to Use Facebook Social Search in Marketing appeared first on - Promodo Blog.
  • Friday Catch-Up: Google Takes Over the News!

    Lena Ruchko
    5 Dec 2014 | 7:19 am
    Oh Friday! Finally you’re here, and it’s about time too. Hello Everybody! We are back with the juiciest internet and SEO news, infographics, and videos that have been trending online this week. One of the biggest names and the internet … Continue reading → (Read more...) The post Friday Catch-Up: Google Takes Over the News! appeared first on - Promodo Blog.
  • Friday Catch-Up: Twitter Tweets Its Why into the News!

    Lena Ruchko
    28 Nov 2014 | 7:06 am
    Friday is here! And so are we! Hello everybody, we are back again at the end of the week with the latest scoop and the hottest internet gossip, news, infographics, and valuable posts that are a must read. We are … Continue reading → (Read more...) The post Friday Catch-Up: Twitter Tweets Its Why into the News! appeared first on - Promodo Blog.
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    Find and Convert » Optimize This

  • 2 Reasons Social Selling is Not Currently Working

    Bernie Borges
    30 Nov 2014 | 6:28 pm
    The evidence shows that social selling works. Then, why aren't more organizations enjoying success with social selling practices? The difference is in the chasm between those who are successfully practicing social selling and those companies not yet practicing social selling at all. The post 2 Reasons Social Selling is Not Currently Working appeared first on Find and Convert.
  • 8 Reasons to Ignore our New Website

    Bernie Borges
    18 Nov 2014 | 8:56 am
    After many months of planning our new website (more than we anticipated), we've launched it. But, why should you care? Seriously, you're super busy. So, rather than attempt to get YOU excited about OUR new website, I'm offering you these eight reasons to ignore our new website. The post 8 Reasons to Ignore our New Website appeared first on Find and Convert.
  • Is Social Media Marketing Still Relevant?

    Bernie Borges
    6 Nov 2014 | 11:24 am
    The "marketing" that a brand performs through social technology is becoming ubiquitous. In other words, it's becoming less about the "media" and more about the "social." It's transitioning from "doing" social to "being" social as an enterprise. And, it's transforming the employee from an invisible worker, to the new face of the brand. The post Is Social Media Marketing Still Relevant? appeared first on Find and Convert.
  • 6 Tips to Planning a Successful Webinar

    Michelle Berdeal-Skelly
    13 Oct 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Looking to reach and interact with your customers and prospects in an effective and low-cost manner? Webinars are a great way to reach that goal. However, planning a successful webinar can be intimidating and challenging for even an experienced marketing team. Here are 6 tips to help you plan a successful webinar event. The post 6 Tips to Planning a Successful Webinar appeared first on Find and Convert.
  • 3 Reasons Employee Advocacy is The New Marketing Paradigm

    Bernie Borges
    8 Oct 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Harnessing the collective wisdom of the employee population for marketing value becomes a matter of logic and survival. The bridge to this paradigm though needs planning. Merely asking employees to become marketers is a flawed approach. The post 3 Reasons Employee Advocacy is The New Marketing Paradigm appeared first on Find and Convert.
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  • Awesome Advice From The Experts On Affiliate Marketing

    High Traffic Wealth Program
    19 Dec 2014 | 11:32 pm
    Occasionally you will be struck with a great business idea – one of those rare light bulb moments. When your bulb starts blinking, make sure that you’re ready to get your business efforts up and running. Read the following article and you will find some great Internet promotion tips. Like any other business endeavor, website […]
  • Driving Business Through The Power Of Mobile Marketing

    High Traffic Wealth Program
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:27 pm
    Mobile marketing is the exciting new trend in marketing plans. It can feel exciting to explore the world of mobile marketing, and learn new ways to promote your brand. If used effectively, it can significantly increase your business’s visibility. Reading the tips in this article will help you to devise a mobile marketing plan suited […]
  • Mobile Marketing: Not Just For Kids Anymore

    High Traffic Wealth Program
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:27 pm
    Mobile marketing can mean many different things. So it is only natural that different businesses think of mobile marketing in various ways. One of the easiest ways to explain mobile marketing is utilizing popular mobile devices to market your business to a wider number of users. This article contains a number of guidelines for making […]
  • Rethinking the Sales Cycle: How Superior Sellers Embrace the Buying Cycle to Achieve a Sustainable and Competitive Advantage

    High Traffic Wealth Program
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:15 pm
    Rethinking the Sales Cycle: How Superior Sellers Embrace the Buying Cycle to Achieve a Sustainable and Competitive Advantage Align your selling methods with their buying habits for a win-win relationship! “The digital age has dramatically changed the selling profession. John Holland and Tim Young will bring you up to date on their new rules for […]
  • Feeling Stressed? Get Some Helpful Advice Here!

    High Traffic Wealth Program
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:01 pm
    Our lives in the modern world are filled with stressors. We can’t avoid them all. However, too much stress can affect our relationships, our working ability, and even our health. It’s in our best interest to reduce stress in our lives as much as possible. These tips can help with that process. Make plans to […]
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    Mallee Blue Media

  • Why Hiring a Content Writer is a Good Idea

    David Trounce
    9 Dec 2014 | 3:25 am
    Is content marketing and content writing a passing fad, a cool way of saying SEO without the stigma? Or, is content and copy writing a service that has proven to be the bedrock of successful enterprise since mankind drew on caves walls? Around Mallee Blue Media, Content is King. We hire our own content writing […] You May Also be Interested in: 3 Content Marketing Strategies that Build Trust Work from Home Jobs: How to Start Writing Online How to Publish Your Article and Avoid Rejection
  • Best Time to Pin, Tweet, Google and Post your Guff

    David Trounce
    5 Dec 2014 | 6:43 pm
    There are A lot of social media platforms out there, and each requires a unique approach to posting. Different platforms cater to different target demographics and, as a result, the most effective time to post will vary. There are also plenty of graphics and articles on when, where and how to post your updates and brand […] You May Also be Interested in: The Katamari Principle in Marketing The Four SEO and Marketing Pillars of Online Business Free Social Media Tools for Small Business
  • 3 Content Marketing Strategies that Build Trust

    David Trounce
    29 Nov 2014 | 3:28 am
    You are asking your website visitor to hand over money. On what grounds? In e-commerce, trust is the key to any effective long term content marketing strategy. People need to believe that you are a legitimate business, that you are able to solve customer or client problems and that you will handle their financial information, […] You May Also be Interested in: How to Build Powerful Internal Links for your Site How to Build External Links for your Website Make Money Writing and Posting on Social Media
  • The Four SEO and Marketing Pillars of Online Business

    David Trounce
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:28 pm
    SEO Services, Internet Marketing and Content Marketing. These are words that almost every small online business has heard of. But what do these words mean and how can they help you succeed in business on the internet? There are many aspects of a successful online business but they can all be put under the heading, […] You May Also be Interested in: How to Find More Clients – 7 Tips from 7 Experts 10 Ideas for Online Business and How to get Started Start Your Online Business in 4 Simple Steps
  • How to Find More Clients – 7 Tips from 7 Experts

    David Trounce
    24 Nov 2014 | 3:17 pm
    If you run a small business online you are always looking for new ideas on how to pick up more traffic and more targeted clients. In this post, I’ve rounded up 7 more tips from content marketers and bloggers who were willing to share their success tips on how you can bring more traffic – […] You May Also be Interested in: The Katamari Principle in Marketing
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    Another Marketer

  • AdWords Broken URL Checker That Won’t Timeout Ever

    7 Dec 2014 | 1:43 pm
    A common problem with broken URL checker scripts is that they tend to timeout when running on large AdWords accounts. This is because Google would rather you use their API. I’d love to start using the Google API and I even got my test MCC account up and running. The problem is that I’m not... Read more » The post AdWords Broken URL Checker That Won’t Timeout Ever appeared first on Another Marketer.
  • December 2014 KPI Report

    6 Dec 2014 | 6:33 am
    I’m not going to share a graph. I haven’t update this blog since I started diving deep into paid media. In the last few months, I’ve learned a ton about AdWords, Bing Ads, and a ton of other neat tactics to drive traffic to eCommerce websites. I’ve stopped working on building my first eCommerce website... Read more » The post December 2014 KPI Report appeared first on Another Marketer.
  • May 2014 Article Roundup

    11 Jun 2014 | 6:21 pm
    Here’s the first monthly roundup of digital marketing articles. This isn’t a top 10 list or anything close. Just a list of some of the most interesting links I put in Evernote during May. YouTube SEO Tactics Using Excel Fuzzy Lookup to Harvest Bulk Negative Keyword Why Site Speed is So Important for... Read more » The post May 2014 Article Roundup appeared first on Another Marketer.
  • May 2014 KPI Report

    3 Jun 2014 | 8:22 pm
    I wanted to publish two quality posts this month, but I only ended up writing one. I did start running 10 km every week. That’s no excuse but I’m still proud of that achievement. Word count went up which is nice. I’m going write only one post about AdWords this month. I know it isn’t... Read more » The post May 2014 KPI Report appeared first on Another Marketer.
  • Steal backlinks from a competitor’s product pages

    4 May 2014 | 5:51 am
    Last month, a guest post by Chris Laursen caught my eye. It was about link building tactics for eCommerce that do not require quality content. One prospecting tactics Cris used was uncovering backlink profiles of closed businesses. I’ve decided to test something slightly different. Rather than look at closed businesses, the goal will be to... Read more » The post Steal backlinks from a competitor’s product pages appeared first on Another Marketer.
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    Lawrence Tam

  • Diary Writing – 10 Ways Blogging is Saving This Dying Art

    Lawrence Tam
    15 Dec 2014 | 9:00 am
    Diary writing, perhaps, conjures up the image of a young girl, happily scribbling away some random thought about her life in a her handwritten journal. Diaries are more than just a written record of random thoughts – they are an exercise in creativity. They are flexing the creative writing muscle. But you already knew that. You love to journal, or want to get started. You also live in the digital age. It is time to find out how to link this age-old practice with computer technology.   By Virginia Wolfe, famous British author, said it best: What sort of diary should I…
  • How SEO Tips And Tricks For Bloggers Can Make You Rich

    Lawrence Tam
    1 Dec 2014 | 1:14 pm
    SEO tips and tricks can make me rich? How is that possible?   I am living proof. I have done very well online (google “Lawrence Tam 100k month”), and a big part of these earnings was using SEO tips and tricks. If you know anything about me, I started out as an engineer. I got laid off. I got another job with crappy pay and two kids later, my accountant called me to tell me that there was NO WAY I would be able to support my kids’ college educations.    I had no freedom to do what I wanted, when I wanted.  I started selling on eBay, but wanted a better way to earn money…
  • What Is Marketing? This Guy Explains It

    Lawrence Tam
    9 Nov 2014 | 8:06 am
    Check out how this guy relates marketing to getting married. If you are dating or married… it hits the spot What is Marketing? This Guy Explained It  *image from Tickld My own… 10. If a girl goes on google, and types “Looking for Rich Man to Marry” and finds your blog post that talks about how you are rich, single, and looking to marry – That’s Niche SEO Marketing  
  • Marketing With Kids #5 – Leads

    Lawrence Tam
    1 Nov 2014 | 3:29 pm
    Marketing with Kids Episode 5 – Leads Previous Episodes of Marketing With Kids Click HERE Lead Generation is CRITICAL to your business. Here is a good place to learn how to build capture pages and the software I use. Leave a comment, reply with your own marketing with kids videos, and what other topics we should cover below. Thanks!
  • How To Convert A Lead ~99.9% of the Time

    Lawrence Tam
    9 Oct 2014 | 2:07 pm
    I wanted to share with you a cool way I’ve been generating leads … but not through the traditional sense.It’s a weird way on how to convert a lead… and probably get the lead 99% of the time. Interested? Read on Lead = someone requested MORE information* Always adhere to CAN-SPAM (read more about spam and emails here) and ONLY email those who have requested to be emailed. So this is going to play out like a simple cooking recipe… so simple it’s like making peanut butter sandwiches. The Better you are able to FOLLOW directions the better you will understand…
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  • 3 New Year’s Resolutions for Marketing Your Real Estate Company

    Abby Stewart
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:42 am
    “Next year” is now less than two weeks away, so it’s time to make those New Year’s resolutions! While we all have one or two we plan to make for ourselves, it’s beneficial to make some professional resolutions, as well! Here are three marketing resolutions we think real estate companies could benefit from in 2015! Use Houzz for Real Estate Marketing The fastest –growing home remodeling site in the country, Houzz, is only a few years old, yet already has more than 14 million users, and is frequented by people who want to buy homes. As a go-to resource for anyone remodeling a home,…
  • 5 Most Viewed Builder Marketing Blog Posts of 2014 by Paveya

    Abby Stewart
    18 Dec 2014 | 9:06 am
     The data is in! In 2014, builders and their marketing teams were highly interested in learning specifics on how social media could help them get more leads and sales! Topping our list of 5 most viewed home builder blog posts of 2014 by a great margin are topics including Instagram, Pinterest, and industry influencers in social media. Following behind are articles on tools for success and tips for CEO’s. Take a look at these 5 blog posts that builders read the most this year!  You can click the titles to read each one. 1. How to Use Instagram for Home Builder Marketing With more than 200…
  • 5 Types of Marketing Intel You Can Get from Facebook Insights

    Thomas Bruce
    17 Dec 2014 | 11:02 am
    Facebook Insights gives users a plethora of valuable information they can use to better market their business. Facebook Insights is the reporting tool that is available to all administrators of Facebook pages. If you are new to this tool, or would like some guidance on how best to use data from Facebook Insights, check out these 5 tips below! Learn When to Post If you are going to take the time to post to your Facebook pageregularly then you should be posting at the most optimal times. Posting at the most optimal times will mean that you are reaching as much of your target audience as…
  • How to Optimize Your Pins for Pinterest’s New Smart Feed

    Abby Stewart
    15 Dec 2014 | 5:56 am
    With more than 40 million active monthly users, Pinterest proves to be an effective platform to promote your company through direct engagement with your target audience. Pinterest has recently enhanced its features to help you optimize your pins and to ensure users are receiving the best quality pins based on their interests. Here are the following changes Pinterest has made and what you should do to ensure your pins are getting the maximum amount of exposure for optimal marketing results. Pinterest’s new Smart Feed is a set of algorithms, using a trio of elements to produce users with the…
  • Facebook Now Allows Calls-to-Action on Business Pages

    Lynn Black
    12 Dec 2014 | 7:47 am
    Yesterday, Facebook announced that businesses will now have call-to-action buttons (CTAs) available to use on their business pages. This means you can add a button to your company page that leads people to your website to search, shop, sign up for something, or take another action. This latest announcement has added yet another tool to your social media repertoire. Why is this important? Read on to learn what CTAs can do for your internet marketing efforts on Facebook. Drive More Traffic to Your Website The biggest benefit of Facebook’s new CTAs will be the ability for you to drive more…
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    Inbound Marketing Blog

  • SEO vs. PPC: Comparing 3 Factors of Search Based Marketing

    Inbound Marketing Agents
    19 Dec 2014 | 5:03 am
    Guest Post: Which Search Method Yields the Most ROI for Your Business? SEO and PPC are two of the most important marketing channels for any business with a website. They are constantly confused and sometimes not completely understood. Many businesses must decide which one to choose, and a lack of resources can mean that a wrong choice impacts a business significantly, especially for small businesses. There is a correct answer for every business that depends on multiple factors. Taking these factors into account can help you make the correct decision and receive the most return for your…
  • 5 Marketing Tech Gadgets Use in 2015

    Jessica Bowers
    17 Dec 2014 | 5:20 am
    A Marketer's Most Wanted Tech Toys for 2015 A curious thing happened to me this week. I saw children sitting on Santa’s lap at the Home Depot. Now, when I was a child, I remember Mom and Dad taking us to see the singing Santa at the mall or at school or at the country club. But I don’t ever remember going to see Santa at the home improvement store. I think those wishes were more for the parents than the children. But it was an ingenious way to get children to behave while their parents combed the aisles of plywood and paint! While I watched these parents try to incentivize their children…
  • 3 Marketing Lessons Learned the Hard Way

    Jessica Bowers
    15 Dec 2014 | 5:16 am
    Avoid These Corporate Marketing #Fails in Your Own Promotional Efforts An analysis released in March by Experian Data Quality found that 42 percent of marketing executives believe bad customer data is one of the biggest hurdles to scale for successful multi-channel marketing. A smaller study published in the Harvard Business Review in September found that investment in tracking customer attitudes and behavioral patterns could yield some companies an ROI upwards of 300 percent. Companies that fail to pay close attention to customer data and behavior patterns not only risk losing existing…
  • 3 Ways Google+ Helps Your Business

    Jessica Bowers
    13 Dec 2014 | 8:22 am
    The Social Networking Platform Google Built and Why It Shouldn't Be Ignored When it first launched in 2011, Google Plus was aiming to take over the social networking space dominated by Facebook. With opportunities to share pictures, post status updates and hangout with your friends online using Hangouts, Google Plus has all the elements of social networking in place. Since then, Google has struggled to pull users away from Facebook onto its own platform instead. But, as a New York Times article stated earlier this year--Google isn't worried.  As author Claire Cain Miller said: …
  • 6 Effective Strategies to Improve Business Blogging

    Jessica Bowers
    12 Dec 2014 | 5:21 am
    Tips for Writing Blogs That Get Read Guest Post by: Venchito Tampon of Using blogs as a business tool is a relatively new concept, but one that is growing exponentially. The truth is that companies are becoming more public and more personal. This is a major step forward for business as a whole, as it allows customers to connect more deeply with their favorite brands. An emotional connection will always trump all others when it comes to making a buying decision. In his book Descartes Error, Antonio Damasio, a professor of neuroscience at the University of Southern…
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  • How to take advantage of Social Media in your business?

    3 Dec 2014 | 2:31 am
    No matter what the nature of your business is or what type of products you are selling, social media marketing plays a very important role in popularizing your business. This is certainly true and many marketing experts always advice to use social media as a promotional tool for your business. There are ample of study material present on the Internet on ‘How to make use of social media for marketing your business.’There is ample of information on using Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other social media websites. The information will guide you how to promote your brand and how to generate…
  • Tips to maintain a company’s blog successfully

    28 Oct 2014 | 12:59 am
    Currently if you set up a new business in a store, you also need to look upon its powerful presence in the online medium. Several popular methods including Facebook, Google+, Twitter etc. comes in our mind for this. Along with the above few, a company’s official blog also plays a very important role in successfully presenting your entire business in the online world. Although the blog too requires exposure of the social popular social networks mentioned above. An effective blog can be the truest voice of your business; it provides your newly evolved business, a unique identity and an online…
  • 51 minute checkups before launching a website [Infographic]

    21 Oct 2014 | 5:59 am
    Although these mistakes appear to be very minute, but the negative impact they have on the visitors is huge. These small things could lead to big losses. Don’t let such a thing happen. Perform a quick quality check for your website and you could launch the website without worrying about any such issues. Each part of the website starting from a launching pages to sitemaps should be given utmost importance. Well, it is good to have this lucky 51 checklist before your website launch. Make a copy of your own and perform these check ups each time a new website is launched.The checklist has been…
  • 10 ways for advancement of Content marketing

    15 Oct 2014 | 1:01 am
    For all those digital marketers out there: Don’t you all like variety in your cuisines? What about your content, is there variety in it too? While variety in your cuisines can spice up your life, variety in the contents can make the life of digital marketers easier. After all ‘Variety is the spice of life’. When a digital marketer has created a perfect snippet of his content, he can go few more steps further by recreating and repurposing the contents in several ways. It appears simple but is it really that easy? Let’s find out. I selected my favorite content from a blog and scribbled…
  • Facebook ban on like gating content

    28 Sep 2014 | 11:42 pm
    Along with the introduction of Graphic API version 2 .1 lately, Facebook has also announced two major changes in its platform policies, which are stated under the sections ‘Games’ & ‘Proper use’. The developers have only3 months duration (until 5th November 2014) to comply with the new policies. Below given are two new policies that FB has stated in the site: 1.) Those games which include optional or mandatory in-app charges will now have to clearly reveal this in their‘app’s description’ either on FB itself or whichever platform it supports. This will provide the users a…
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  • 3 Ecommerce Design Changes That Can Bring Big Results This Holiday Season

    Jawad Khan
    8 Dec 2014 | 1:54 am
    Online shopping reaches its highest point every year during the holiday season. Learn how you can take advantage of that on your website. Alibaba, the global B2B ecommerce giants, reported more than $9 billion of ecommerce sales in 24 hours just a few weeks ago. Many other ecommerce websites reportedly earn as much 40% of their annual revenues during the last quarter of the year. And there’s every indication that this year’s holiday shopping figures will surpass the spending of the previous years. If you’re an online store owner you should be prepared to make the most of the increased…
  • How to Monetize Your Blog Today – No Tech Skills Required

    Leisha Petrovich
    2 Dec 2014 | 12:09 am
    Do what you love and find a way to get paid for it.  That’s great advice for any blogger who is passionate about their topic and wants to build a community of like-minded people. It’s time consuming, and you may be writing simply because you love your topic. But at the end of the day, you still have to make a living. There are many ways to monetize your blog, including selling ad space or affiliate marketing (promoting other people’s products). Depending on your blog’s goals and audience, creating your own product may be the easiest and most profitable choice. This may sound…
  • Multiply Your Email Subscribers Like Rabbits (with this simple trick)

    Ashley Faulkes
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:39 am
    In this post I am going to show you why your list is not growing as fast as it could be. How you accelerate your email list growth with one simple trick. And more importantly what tools you can use to achieve this. Your email list is one of the most important marketing tools you have! And building that list is getting harder and harder as people become immune to our amazing offers. Where have you tried to get them to sign up to your email list? The sidebar of course At the bottom of your posts. Probably. Using a Hello Bar style bar (at the top of your site) On your About page (A Pat Flynn…
  • Thrive Themes and Content Builder Review – Is It That Good?

    Ashley Faulkes
    17 Nov 2014 | 11:40 am
    In this post we are going to take a detailed look at Thrive Themes and Thrive Content Builder, which are easy to use themes and page creation tools for non-tech people! And they have a focus on high converting websites too! So more customers for everyone. Have you ever wanted to have an awesome looking website, or make a simple change, but just did not have the technical knowledge to do it? Then Thrive Themes or Content Builder might be the perfect product for you! Thrive Themes has been busy creating a way of building WordPress Websites that brings awesome design into anyone’s hands.
  • WordPress Login Plugins – Customize Your Login Pages With Ease

    Ashley Faulkes
    10 Nov 2014 | 12:03 am
    If you have ever worked on a customer’s WordPress website or wanted to make your login page (or WordPress dashboard) look a little more professional, then this post is for you. There are lots of WordPress Login Plugins around to help you change anything regarding logging in to WordPress from: simple logo change login page branding complete backend branding the way logging in works I have divided the plugins up into sections to help you find exactly what you need. There are of course many more plugins than are listed here, but I have restricted it based on quality, compatibility (latest…
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    Digital Ad Quest

  • Integration of osTicket with WordPress Website

    Digital Ad Quest
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:31 am
    We have been looking for a way to provide a proper customer support to our clients for our website & products. Of course, we wanted to have centralized on-line solution which makes things easier on both sides of a support request. After looking into the various options available, we decided to use osTicket to provide centralized Ticket Support to our clients. But the problem was that we wanted it to work with our existing website. We wanted it to integrate with our wordpress based website in such a way that the header and footer of the osTicket support page should be same as our website…
  • Planning Your Business Website

    Digital Ad Quest
    7 Dec 2014 | 11:14 am
    10 Effective Steps for Website Planning We all know that in today’s competitive world, every company or business needs a website. Most of the existing companies already have website for their business or brand but the problem is that their website don’t work for their business. The actual problem here is that most of the people actually failed to plan for their website and the result is that their website is now not working for their business. As its said that “if you fail to plan, you actually plan to fail”. Planning your website ahead of time will give it clear…
  • Website Designing Company in New Delhi, India

    Digital Ad Quest
    17 Nov 2014 | 4:46 am
    Digital Ad Quest is a Website Designing company in New Delhi, India. We provide all kinds of website designing and website development services to our clients all over the globe. As a leading Website Designing Company in New Delhi, India, We use the latest technology and our years of experience in your website designing and development. Apart from website designing and development, we also provide Digital Marketing services to our clients. Digital Ad Quest – A Website Designing company in New Delhi, India, offers following website designing and development services. Website Designing…
  • 3 Important Tips for Responsive Email Designing

    Digital Ad Quest
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:22 am
    Responsive Email Designing is basically designing an email for the devices of all screen sizes. Yes we are talking about all screen sizes not just desktop or mobile screens. A responsive email fits well in the devices of all screen sizes. See a responsive email in action ! What does that mean? We usually make our emails for computers and laptop screens and only few people use mobile friendly emails. But what about other devices? There are various devices with different screen sizes like mobiles, tablets, computers or laptops and also all theses devices comes in many screen sizes. But why do…
  • Google Shutting Down Orkut in September

    Digital Ad Quest
    8 Jul 2014 | 2:33 am
    Once upon a time, there was a Social Networking Site called – Orkut Do you know anything about “Orkut”, ever heard about this social networking website..?? The answer will be yes for most of the active internet users. Of course the young lads who have just started exploring social networking sites may not be aware about this one of the first social networking site. Yes it was one of the first social networking website, and it has ruled on the internet over a decade time. Orkut is owned and operated by Google, The search engine giant. This website was named after its creator, Google…
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  • 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Unsubscribes

    Marc Andre
    16 Dec 2014 | 11:09 am
    Image designed by Vecteezy Regardless of what type of online business you are running, growing an email list is one of the best ways to build sustainable traffic and income. One of the common challenges that many bloggers and marketers face with building an email list is a fear of losing subscribers. Of course, the goal is to gain subscribers not to lose them, but you shouldn’t be worried about people choosing to no longer receive your updates by email. Every email that you send to your list will need to include an unsubscribe link that allows people to easily remove themselves from…
  • 14 Social Media Experts Share Efficiency Tips

    Marc Andre
    8 Dec 2014 | 7:05 am
    Social media clearly provides tremendous potential for bloggers and other marketers to get unparalleled exposure. Many of the challenges that arise with social media marketing involve using your time in the most effective way possible. There are so many different social networks out there, and it is difficult to know which ones you should use and how many you should be focusing on. And it can be equally challenging to use social media effectively without allowing it to consume all of your time. I recently reached out to some of the leading experts in social media marketing to ask them two…
  • 5 Examples of Creative Blog Monetization

    Marc Andre
    1 Dec 2014 | 10:23 am
    When I visit different blogs one of the things I like to observe is how they are making money. The typical monetization methods like AdSense, banner ad sales, and affiliate marketing are what you’ll usually find. Some blogs, of course, have their own products or services to sell. Even blogs that use these common monetization methods can put a unique spin on it to do something that stands out. In this post I want to highlight five blogs that are doing something a little bit different than most other blogs. Of course, there are far more examples that could be featured as well, so if you…
  • 11 Ways to Get Noticed by Influential Bloggers

    Marc Andre
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:49 am
    When it comes to growing your blog, building a social media following, getting traffic to a website, establishing your reputation in the industry, or just about anything else you could want to accomplish online, you’ll need some help from others. Blogger outreach is a common topic these days as many people have realized that networking with influential people can be one of the fastest and most effective ways to gain exposure. One of the challenges is that you need to develop a relationship with influential people who are likely very busy and a little but difficult to reach. You’re…
  • How to Write and Sell Your Own E-Books: An Interview with Ryan Biddulph

    Marc Andre
    17 Nov 2014 | 6:01 am
    As I’m sure you have noticed, many successful bloggers are making money by selling their own e-books. If you have never written an e-book the process can seem pretty overwhelming. Not only do you need to write it, but you’ll also have to format it, get a cover designed, decide on a platform for selling it, and promote it. If you’ve thought about writing and selling e-books you may have decided that it is just too difficult. Well, the truth is that most of the technical challenges are not that difficult if you have some direction. I recently emailed Ryan Biddulph of Blogging…
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  • Virtual Freedom Book Review: Perspective From The Outsourced

    Conrad O'Connell
    28 Nov 2014 | 4:56 pm
    There’s a lot out there on building and growing a business. One of the major elements that goes into building a business is, of course, staffing. No matter if you just have an employee or a hundred, Chris Ducker’s latest book Virtual Freedom claims to have the perfect method for working with virtual staff, getting […] The post Virtual Freedom Book Review: Perspective From The Outsourced appeared first on 91 Digital.
  • Genesis Framework and A Blissful Technical SEO Setup

    Conrad O'Connell
    23 Nov 2014 | 8:12 am
    As I’ve written about before, I’m a strong fan of the Genesis framework for WordPress websites. It’s fast, flexible and has stellar support and themes. Of the last five websites that I’ve completed, all have been built off the Genesis Framework. Naturally, given my time spent doing SEO for all types of websites, I like […] The post Genesis Framework and A Blissful Technical SEO Setup appeared first on 91 Digital.
  • 6 Changes in Safari 8 That Impact SEO

    Conrad O'Connell
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:43 pm
    I’ll admit it: I am a total Apple fan. I have an iPhone, iPad and Mac. I do all of my computing on an Apple device. It’s not that I dislike Android, Microsoft and Google, it’s just that those operating systems aren’t for me. Naturally, when iOS 8 and Yosemite were released, I updated right […] The post 6 Changes in Safari 8 That Impact SEO appeared first on 91 Digital.
  • Tactics, Hammers And Choosing A Consultant

    Conrad O'Connell
    28 Sep 2014 | 8:24 am
    There’s something I see a lot of social media marketing consultants out there do. They become tactic-only (and sometimes channel-only) dispensers. I see it all the time. Another “expert” in Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter. Or, even worse, Google Plus. This type of single-track focus on a single platform is dangerous and silly. Who knows what […] The post Tactics, Hammers And Choosing A Consultant appeared first on 91 Digital.
  • What I Learned From “Summer Of Marketing”

    Conrad O'Connell
    20 Sep 2014 | 3:15 pm
    In May, AppSumo founder Noah Kagan started a series “Summer of Marketing”, a full course on viral marketing and growth tips. I signed up as soon as it was available: I’ve read some great content from Noah and wanted the learn from the course. In the interest of learning the most from it, every week […] The post What I Learned From “Summer Of Marketing” appeared first on 91 Digital.
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  • The UK is one of top three countries in Europe when it comes to search engine removal requests

    Simon Wadsworth
    1 Dec 2014 | 4:16 am
    The UK presents the third highest number of requests for URL removal from search results under the European “right to be forgotten” ruling, after France and Germany, according to Google’s latest Transparency Report. Around two-thirds of these requests have been rejected by the search engine. How did the “right to be forgotten” come about? It all started around three years ago when a Spanish attorney requested the removal of a link to old newspaper about an auction for his home. The article in question referred to a debt that he had subsequently paid. The Spaniard…
  • Google in High Court Case Over Online Abuse

    Simon Wadsworth
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:10 am
    Caroline Skipsey discusses the Daniel Hegglin story on Sky News. Please see her interview in the link below: When Daniel Hegglin decided to Google himself, he discovered he was the subject of a malicious online attack. More than 3,600 websites, according to Hegglin, contain abusive and untrue material about him. He is described as a paedophile, murderer, Nazi and supporter of Ku Klux Klan. The traditional route Google requires in order to remove links – providing a list of all web links to be removed, would be expensive, time-consuming and ineffective, argued Hegglin.
  • Book Review- Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation, by Andy Beal

    Simon Wadsworth
    19 Nov 2014 | 4:59 am
    Repped-Andy Beal In Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation, Andy Beal – world prominent online reputation management (ORM) figure, award-winning blogger, professional speaker, and author, takes readers through a simple 30-day guide to building, managing, monitoring and protecting your valuable online reputation. An action oriented and practical guide, Repped provides sound, useful advice as well as practical daily exercises, helping the reader to focus their ideas and plan. Presenting a wide range of case studies, Repped puts relevant information together in a step-by-step plan,…
  • Reputation Management Best Practices

    Simon Wadsworth
    9 Oct 2014 | 7:24 am
    Managing a helpful and customer focus presence online is crucial to any business. It’s unlikely that you don’t care about how your company or brand appear online. This needs to be reflected in how you manage your reputation and how you interact with your consumers. At the beginning of any business, you do your upmost to satisfy and fulfil your customer’s wants and needs. As you find your feet with your business and excel, these customer centric needs tend to reduce and in most cases, a customer’s needs aren’t a priority anymore, but a burden. This shouldn’t be the case, not for…
  • PR Agencies are Branching Out in Their Services

    Simon Wadsworth
    6 Oct 2014 | 1:02 am
    In a recent article published on Econsultancy, they talk about how this research has made PR Agencies look at their strategies and styles, and look a bit closer to home on how to develop themselves within the industry and try to investigate the already existing innovative methods. There have been a series of case studies based on a selection of UK PR agencies that use innovation to future-proof themselves. The five top tips are: Always put the client first. Knowing when to specialise. Engaging all employees. Stand out from the crowd. Employees are the greatest asset in PR. There seems to be a…
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    Long Island Internet Marketing by Online Marketing Muscle

  • Leading SEO Trends for 2015

    Dean Mercado
    16 Dec 2014 | 5:54 am
    Strategies You Can Use: Leading SEO Trends for 2015 It’s already 2015 world wide web time, and people everywhere are trying to predict and prepare for what they believe the Google-god has planned for the next 12 months in the land of cyberspace. Forewarned is forearmed says the old idiom, and this no doubt is true, at least where a business’s seo strategy is concerned, and when the predictions – aka speculations – are correct. Following is a compendium of some of the most popular theories being batted about today as SEO trends for 2015. Content and Context –…
  • Is It Time To Fire Your Website?

    Dean Mercado
    13 Nov 2014 | 6:51 am
    How do you know whether or not your website is earning its keep? In this video segment I identify what I consider the core metric / measurement / key performance indicator (KPI) that small businesses should consider using to determine if their website is getting the job done for their business. The post Is It Time To Fire Your Website? appeared first on Long Island Internet Marketing by Online Marketing Muscle.
  • Local SEO Quick Tip – Get 5 of These and Your Stars Will Shine

    Dean Mercado
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:25 am
    Does your business serve a local market? If so, giving your business an edge, any edge, in Google’s local search engine listings could be quite useful… agree? In this video, I provide a quick local SEO tip intended to point you in the direction of edging out your competition. The post Local SEO Quick Tip – Get 5 of These and Your Stars Will Shine appeared first on Long Island Internet Marketing by Online Marketing Muscle.
  • Business Lessons from Children – Asking for What You Want

    Dean Mercado
    16 Oct 2014 | 11:08 am
    Ask and you may receive! In this installment of the “Business Lessons from Children” series I discuss the concept of ‘asking’… the way children do it… and how to apply it in your business. The post Business Lessons from Children – Asking for What You Want appeared first on Long Island Internet Marketing by Online Marketing Muscle.
  • Content Marketing 101

    Dean Mercado
    2 Oct 2014 | 5:34 am
    What exactly is content marketing and why should your business care? In this video, I discuss the 2 main components of content marketing and make my case on why it is so integral to any marketing strategy. The post Content Marketing 101 appeared first on Long Island Internet Marketing by Online Marketing Muscle.
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  • Social Media for Holiday Sales Success

    Nick Rojas
    1 Dec 2014 | 6:18 pm
    Do you have a solid social media marketing plan for the holidays? Are you looking for creative ideas to improve your social media marketing over the holiday season? This time of the year, most of the retail world is focusing its promotional efforts on Black Friday deals, Cyber Monday mania, and the weekend in between. Social media is perfectly positioned to play a big role in retail’s successes during the holiday rush, from Black Friday through the end of the year. Promote your best prices and your best product reviews Every social media platform you use can do two things that will increase…
  • 16 Tips for Creating The Perfect and High-Quality Facebook Post

    17 Nov 2014 | 7:03 am
    How to craft the perfect Facebook post so that your post is reaching more people on Facebook? Can businesses succeed on Facebook with the decreased organic reach? Over the past few months, I’ve read articles and updates from different sources about declines in organic reach (how many people you can reach for free) for Facebook Pages. Being seen on the Facebook News Feed organically has become as challenging as appearing on top of Google’s Search Engine Result Page (SERP). Of the thousand of stories a person might see whenever they log onto Facebook, the News Feed displays the…
  • How To Effectively Measure Brand Influencers in Social Media Marketing

    Wong Dorcas
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:50 pm
    How do you know if your influencer marketing efforts made any impact? In the past with traditional marketing and advertising, it was almost impossible to measure how successful each initiative was separately. If an organisation sent out 10,000 flyers, how would you know how many of them are read by your audience? Moreover, if you see an increase in sales or referrals, the source of the referrals would be virtually impossible to identify. With any campaign, it is also important to measure your results to know how your efforts have fared. Was your campaign successful – did it achieve the…
  • 5 Lessons To Help Your Brand Be Highly Recommended

    Woon Lan Ang
    12 Oct 2014 | 5:55 am
    source: This blog post is written based on Paul M. Rand’s “Highly Recommended” book. Recommendation – the highest honor a brand can receive from their customers. Being recommended is no easy feat; a brand often has to be flawless in all areas: customer service, product quality, and after-sales services in order to become recommended. Recommendation used to mean telling your friends and relatives about a positive experience you had with a brand’s service or product. But with the rise of social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.), everyone suddenly…
  • 9 Proven Social Media Strategies To Drive More Traffic to Your Website

    8 Oct 2014 | 7:28 pm
    Your brand has most likely spent a considerable amount of time and money building your Facebook presence, but noticed none of these “likes” were converted into “pageviews”. If you are running an online business, it’s all about attracting the right customers to your website and converting these traffic (readers or email subscribers) to buyers. Lack of website traffic is one of the most common challenges I hear from business owners. Being able to stand out and get noticed by customers are essential in this ever-growing market with dozen of other similar websites…
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    Think Landing Pages

  • Responsive Image Landing Page With Email Form On Top Of Image

    2 Dec 2014 | 10:52 pm
    The Ultimate Landing Page Advanced plugin does some amazing things out of the box. But sometimes you want to accomplish something that requires a little bit of coding. In this tutorial, I will show you how to place an image in the center of your landing page and position an email form on top of the image. The image will be responsive so it will look correct when resized and placed on mobile devices. First, we need to turn off the default email form. Select Custom from the Email Management drop down. Next, place your custom email form code in the Custom Email Form for Shortcode box. Next, put…
  • Custom CSS and Javascript on Your Landing Pages

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:00 pm
    If you need to modify or add your own CSS or javascript to your landing pages you can enter it in the Custom Code box. Just be sure to put script tags around the javascript and style tags around the CSS. The code placed in this box is defined after wp_head which means that all linked scripts and styles should appear above it. This code will override any linked CSS above it. If CSS is placed inline, then you will have to change it at the source or override it with custom javascript.
  • Advanced Landing Page Modes And How To Use Them

    21 Aug 2014 | 2:59 pm
    The Ultimate Landing Page Advanced has several modes that you can use to control how and when your visitors see a landing page.  The four modes available are Default, Coming Soon/Maintenance, Homepage, and Gateway.  These modes can be set on the Landing Page Options Setting page (Settings>Landing Page Options). Default Coming Soon/Maintenance Homepage Gateway Default Default mode is set when you make no selection on the Landing Page Options Setting page.  In this mode, visitors will only see landing pages when you send them directly to them.  This can be from an external or internal…
  • The Broken “Online Business” Model And How To Fix It

    24 Jun 2014 | 12:07 am
    We’ve all been sold a pack of lies. Get online; start a business; put up a site; write some content; and success will follow. The problem is, it doesn’t work that way. Sure you get the few who just seem to have it all fall in their laps – or at least that’s the way they tell it. But the truth is, success in online business, just like any business, is hard. Not a vending machine Now, I don’t want you to think that it is out of your reach to succeed online. I want you to realize it is not a vending machine that says put in $.50 and you will get this bag of chips.
  • Corporate Landing Page 1

    29 May 2014 | 11:12 pm
    This template can be used to make a landing page or coming soon page to capture emails. It uses the Foundation Framework. You can download it and use it on your sites and your client’s sites. The license does not allow you to redistribute other than to use it on your client’s sites. Download the Corporate Landing Page 1 here.
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  • 7 Ways To Generate Revenue For Your Start-up

    14 Dec 2014 | 10:26 pm
      Marketing Level: Beginner Read Time: 2-5 mins Startup life is difficult. The biggest stressor of a majority of startup businesses is revenue. Most of you are wondering how your going to pay rent, montages, buy food, go christmas shopping etc. I get it but don’t let it bring you down this holiday season. Instead focus on serving more people and the money will follow. It has been said that the thing you seek the most will always elude you. With, that in mind you should realize that you will attract money instead of chase it. If you are looking for ways to generate revenue for your…
  • How to Easily Double Your Traffic From SEO

    31 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    If you are like most businesses you are struggling to maintain your organic traffic. Let me start out by saying it’s not because your competitor or some guru has the magic bullet to double your traffic with SEO. No, in fact SEO is built through continuous actions taken over time to develop long term growth. This is what SEO looks like if done right. Notice the traffic increases over months and not days. SEO takes time so if you want some overnight trick to double your traffic then email the slimy guy back that offered you SEO services for $100 to attempt to double your traffic.
  • Marketing Your Startup With No Money

    19 Jul 2014 | 2:44 am
    Are You Marketing a Startup With No Money? If you are then perfect if not share this with somebody who is! Well let’s get started then this post will give you insights on the the tactics that I use to help startup’s market when the budget gets tight. We have all been there before wanting to get your name out there but clueless on what to do when you have no money. When I first start my consulting firm I had some lint in my pocket and 20 British pounds from a trip last winter in my pocket. I was feeling a little lost and not sure how I could market my business. Since then I have…
  • Improve Your Social Media Marketing Strategy in 7 Ways

    14 Jul 2014 | 8:47 am
    Photo by Apricum .net on Creating Your Social Media Marketing Strategy Social media marketing is the rave in the business world. Everyone is declaring themselves experts and advice is thrown around leaving you scrambling for the truth. Well, I will help you create a simple easy to manage social media strategy with 7 tips from my experience with managing and maintaining social media accounts. Keep in mind that social media should not be your sole marketing strategy it should merely be a part of your overall marketing strategy with that being said let’s get right into it. 1.
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  • Namecheap Coupon December 2014

    Bill Davis
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:42 pm
    Real quick – Namecheap, my favorite domain name registrar, has new coupons out for December 2014. Domain registrations and transfers – DOMFLAKES VPS hosting – SEEUNEXTYR I love Namecheap. Hassle-free domain name registrations. The post Namecheap Coupon December 2014 appeared first on Internet Marketing Muscle.
  • I Am Not an Internet Marketer

    Bill Davis
    29 Nov 2014 | 12:23 pm
    Internet marketing The more I do this thing called “internet marketing,” the more I dislike the term and want to go find or create a different one. But for now, I’m no longer calling myself an internet marketer. So what is it that I am? I am an entrepreneur. I see opportunities in the marketplace (and in individual markets) and I try to fill needs. I look for people who have a problem or a passion, and I supply them with a solution or an outlet. It’s that easy. I also like to write, so this is right up my alley. In a large way, I’m a professional blogger, but…
  • Social Media Posting Cheat Sheet

    Bill Davis
    25 Nov 2014 | 11:26 am
    Here’s a link to a handy cheat sheet you can use for social media campaigns. The post Social Media Posting Cheat Sheet appeared first on Internet Marketing Muscle.
  • How to Structure a Perfect SEO Optimized Page

    Bill Davis
    22 Nov 2014 | 4:50 am
    Neil Patel of Quick Sprout just published a concise infographic on how to structure a perfect SEO optimized page.   Courtesy of: Quick Sprout The post How to Structure a Perfect SEO Optimized Page appeared first on Internet Marketing Muscle.
  • IMPORTANT: Update WordPress to 4.0.1

    Bill Davis
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:07 pm
    The good folks at WordPress just released Security Update 4.0.1 that fixes a host of security vulnerabilities. Go get it now. 4.0.1 fixes the following in 4.0, and fixes a LOT more from previous versions. Three cross-site scripting issues that a contributor or author could use to compromise a site. Discovered by Jon Cave, Robert Chapin, and John Blackbournof the WordPress security team. A cross-site request forgery that could be used to trick a user into changing their password. An issue that could lead to a denial of service when…
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    David Scarpitta

  • Are You The Best According to Google?

    David Scarpitta
    19 Dec 2014 | 3:59 pm
    We all want the recognition.  We want to standout, we want to be credited for “being the best” at what we do.   And when it comes to your business, you want to be shine even brighter.   Nothing says “the best” with a pat on the back from Google.   But Are You the Best According to Google?   As of late, I’ve had alot of consultations with businesses about wanting to be “the best” in what they are doing. Now, as you all know that having a good re-designed site, good concept and quality of content for your site users is important,…
  • Is Content Still King? No, Here’s Why

    David Scarpitta
    15 Dec 2014 | 2:24 am
    Okay, okay. I know you’ve heard it before.   It’s the #1 belief that anyone who proclaims to know about what “Google Wants” seems to spurt out like the public water fountain when giving others advice on trying to help their website. So what’s changed really? Why are you even searching for whether or not “content is still king”?   Is Content Truly Still King?   Well, I can only imagine a few of the reasons and here’s what I think and you tell me if I’m right One of the reasons is probably because you’ve spent a ton of…
  • The Secret to Happiness and Success

    David Scarpitta
    27 Nov 2014 | 10:58 am
    As the holidays come though, many times it instills as feeling of sadness, grief or doubt.   More often than not, we are just not Happy. We aren’t happy and we don’t feel successful.   What is True Happiness and How do We Achieve It? Here is a small talk on what I feel is the true secret to Happiness and Success in life no matter what you do, or what you are trying to achieve.   I think that being grateful, no matter the time of year for what we have is an important factor for what we do now, and the things we strive to do. And no matter what it is, it’s a…
  • Why Big Data Can Hurt Your Business

    David Scarpitta
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    “Life is Like a Box of Chocolates, You Never Know What You’re Gonna Get”, a phrase that rings so innocently in our minds with the lovable character Forrest Gump. More-so now than ever, you can compare that statement to “Big Data” in regards to your business. Literally you really never know what type of information you are going to get. You’ll always discover so much about your website visitors, your fans and most of all your potential customers.   Big Data is Like a Never-Ending Box of Chocolates and You Get Everything Your Didn’t Want!  …
  • The Power of Your Words

    David Scarpitta
    19 Nov 2014 | 3:05 pm
    So I know this one has been around a while, but someone posted something that made me think of this. This is a great video showcasing the power of your thoughts, your words, and ultimately your success. If you haven’t already seen it, this is:   The Power of Words     I think it’s a great piece, and can give inspiration to us all, no matter what we are doing and what our goals are. And of course it’s a most excellent piece of video marketing content. The post The Power of Your Words appeared first on David Scarpitta.
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    Ignite Visibility

  • How I Generated Over 1,692 Links With One Blog Post, and Will Do it Again

    John E Lincoln
    19 Dec 2014 | 2:58 pm
    Everyone wants to know how to get those coveted, natural, organic hyperlinks that skyrocket your website in the organic rankings. They can be hard to get, especially if you are a new website, writing boring content and don’t do any distribution. I’ve been blogging, doing SEO and social media for over a decade now, so I know a thing or two about it. Some blog posts have thousands of links pointing at them. In this post, I’m going to give you some insight on how to create blog posts people want to link too. How I Generated Over 1,692 Links to One Blog Post, and Will Do it Again Start a…
  • Why Agencies are Better Than In-House SEO

    John E Lincoln
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:04 pm
    Are you getting that sinking feeling that your in-house SEO just isn’t cutting it anymore? Or maybe you’re just starting out on the road to optimizing your website and are wondering if it’s worth hiring an agency or if you should just handle things yourself. The truth is: if you want your business to remain competitive and get the search engine results that make a difference, you are going to be much better off hiring an agency to handle all of your SEO needs. And I’ll explain why. As the co-owner of a company that offers SEO strategy and services, you may think I’m a little biased…
  • The Ultimate List of 301 Redirect Examples for SEO

    John E Lincoln
    16 Dec 2014 | 4:25 pm
    Google recommends using 301 redirects to promote SEO when changing the URL of a web page. To ensure users and search engines are redirected to the correct page, it’s advised a server-side 301 redirect is in place to show search engines that a page has been moved to a new location. A 301 redirect is part of facilitating a transition when moving a website to a new domain {a very small part!}, it is the go to when you need to change a URL and basically it is a staple point in the SEO field. In order to create a successful redirect to meet Google’s standards, your server’s .htaccess file…
  • 2015 Social Media Prediction for Taking on the New Year

    Kari Luu
    15 Dec 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Another year has zoomed around and 2014 is coming to a close! It has been a year filled with innovative and also tough changes for marketing content on social media. What does the future hold for the ever-important social media field? Here are some of my predictions for 2015:   Conversational Tone Sifting – It’s no secret people don’t like being sold things in social media. Unless it’s being boosted, Facebook’s algorithm will adjust to weed out posts with marketing ‘tone’ or verbiage with a lean toward personable language and posts for more engagement. See posts with…
  • 13 of the Stupidest Things You Can Do in SEO

    John E Lincoln
    9 Dec 2014 | 10:46 pm
    Many site owners think taking shortcuts or skipping certain steps won’t impact their SEO results. Intentional or not, shortcuts, mistakes, and skipping steps will impact SERP ranking; not to mention, you may face a Google penalty, which can take months or years  to overcome. You’re better off avoiding these mistakes from the very start. These are 13 of the stupidest things you can do in SEO, short of off the grid mistakes like deleting your whole site or something. 13 of the Stupidest Things You Can Do in SEO 1. Buy Links from Blog Networks Purchasing blog network links is a great way to…
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    Social Media Marketing | Digital Marketing Blog in India

  • Strategies for Social Media Marketing

    Emma Morgain
    27 Nov 2014 | 9:51 pm
    If you have a business, Social Media as a tool for marketing is really important. People now are spending more and more time on various social media sites. So, promoting your products and services on these provides maximum exposure for your business. The scope of growth for your business increases manifolds. Various studies have concluded […]
  • Top web tools & services to make a professional web design, must read for web designers

    Rajat Jain
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:02 pm
    Ever wondering about the time you invest in making a web design but at last you end up designing an unprofessional web template. Here, in this post I will be sharing some of the best web tools & services which can help you reduce your development time & also gives you a wider protocol or […]
  • Google Adwords for Nonprofits (NGO’s) | Google Grants Review

    Rajat Jain
    8 Sep 2014 | 9:44 am
    This blog post informs about an opportunity for non profit organizations (NPO’s) or (NGO’s)  working for social welfare to promote social cause, society welfare, housing & shelter, community services etc… Before getting into defining Google Adwords for Nonprofits, its benefits & advantages, I assume readers to be well informed about Google Adwords. If you are not well […]
  • Role of Creativity in Advertising & Digital Marketing

    Rajat Jain
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:50 pm
    Advertisement campaign or a marketing strategy without creativity is like an ecommerce website without payment gateway or a job without salary. Simply advertising can never be effective unless and until it is appealing, it can only appeal once it is creative. Creativity varies with taste, geography, culture, time, gender, age etc… For example an advertisement campaign […]
  • Easy & quick ways to get top rankings on Google with particular keywords

    Rajat Jain
    26 Jul 2014 | 12:51 pm
    Today, I am going to blog something very interesting and helpful for seo experts to get the top rankings on Google with particular keywords in almost no time. In my earlier post ” step by step ways to improve search engine ranking “, I mentioned the best ways to optimize your website, make it search engine compatible, […]
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  • Designing A Remarkable, Memorable Website For Your Brand

    Nader Mahmoudi
    1 Dec 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Once in a while, those pesky viral commercials somehow find a way of getting under your skin. Take the recent Old Spice series for example. It’s logical, yet random, and is prone to water-cooler talk wherever it’s aired. So without dropping millions on third-party marketing, how can you create a similar stigma to attach itself to your strategy? Image source Not only do you want users to remember your site, you want them talking about it. Word of mouth is still more than just an effective way to market, and as past visitors return, your new attendees will exponentially increase as well.
  • How to Draft Short yet Effective & Successful Copywriting

    Nasi Sadr
    18 Nov 2014 | 5:14 pm
    Marketing executives are always debating whether the material they deliver should be long and enlightening or short and to the point. Truth be told, there’s no concrete and surefire method, despite us all wishing there was. There are just far too many variables to account for. When designing short and effective copy however, there are a few primary considerations to start with: cost, method, and purpose. Cost: The more expensive your product is, the more reasons you’ll have to give to buy it. Offer a rebuttal before your potential customers have an option to say no. Method: How you…
  • 5 Digital Marketing Tips for Customer Service

    Nasi Sadr
    10 Oct 2014 | 10:35 am
    Many companies believe that simply monitoring their Facebook pages and Twitter feeds for customer issues is sufficient to provide customer service. In this day and age where everything is about digital marketing, the most forward thinking thing we can do is to look backwards. The source of all contented customers comes from two major areas: Personal service and attention A quality product In fact, a consumer is more likely to forgive a company for a defective product over a shoddy or irritating service experience. For example, one expects to buy a lousy product from a Canadian retail company…
  • How to use Twitter for Digital and Social Media Marketing

    Waylen Miki
    13 Aug 2014 | 4:07 pm
    The big advantage that Twitter has to offer social media marketing companies is the ability to gain followers quickly. Long before a prospective follower decides to be-friend your company page on Facebook, they are more likely to follow your Twitter feed, or at least, be part of a re-tweet chain. Twitter creates brand ambassadors out of every follower of your updates. They in turn reach out to their audiences and extend your brand message. Besides the obvious merits of creating a strong social presence, there are some other ways to use this free service. If you’re a small to mid-sized…
  • Top Twitter Tools for Social Media Marketing

    Nader Mahmoudi
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:59 am
    We love Twitter. But we love it even more because of the add-ons, apps and tools that are available to us. Here is a list of some of the tools that we love to use. They are each uniquely designed to improve your social media marketing efforts. Using only a few of them will immediately streamline your Twitter presence and make you come off far more professional than if you so-called “do it yourself.” With so many free tools at your disposal, there’s no reason not to take advantage of the benefits. These tools are designed to make your Twitter experience easier. Discover which tools you…
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    Super Monitoring Blog

  • Hubspot – the all in one inbound and social media marketing app

    3 Dec 2014 | 11:02 am
    Hubspot is a company which develops and markets a software for inbound marketing. Founded in 2006 by Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah, the basic idea behind Hubspot was to implement inbound marketing instead of interruption marketing to gain customers. Inbound marketing is the method in which the customers come looking for you through social media, search engines and other resources. On the other hand interruption marketing is to advertise in Magazines, Radio, TV and through Billboards to gain customers. User Interface Hubspot has a very well planned and guided user interface which guides you…
  • Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages and apps, Twitter and Google+ most followed in November 2014

    1 Dec 2014 | 10:33 am
    What was popular on the Internet in November 2014? Google top 25 search phrases Facebook top 25 Pages Facebook top 25 Apps Twitter 25 most followed Google+ 25 most followed Alexa top 25 websites Web browsers market share.   Scroll down for Twitter TAKEAWAYS (or click here) Feel free to use this infographic on your blog or website, but please don’t forget to link to TWITTER TAKEAWAYS Top 10 searches in November 2014: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, weather, news, yahoo, amazon, games Tweet this Top 5 Facebook pages in November…
  • Knowem – Know if your brand name already exists

    26 Nov 2014 | 11:49 am, a well-known platform for social media marketing is a hit these days and with the growing online market place and your target buyers spread across the globe it is becoming very essential to know and understand the various purpose, name and domains for all the popular platforms for Social Media Marketing. What it does? KnowEm allows you to check for the use of your brand, product, personal name or username instantly on over 500 popular and emerging social media websites. Grab your name and secure your brand before someone else does. Search over 500 popular social networks, over 150…
  • All your business data on one dashboard: Fokus

    7 Nov 2014 | 10:07 am
    Life has become hectic and data has become priority for any one and every one, synchronized data and compiled data analysis has become the major focus of any organization. The constant addition of new and pertinent information coming online every second it is very easy to go into information overload. The true key is to be able to find the important knowledge, discover resources and sites both in the visible and invisible World Wide Web. What if a single analytical engineering tool could solve all that within a series of a few clicks? That would turn a week’s work into a few minutes of…
  • Top websites, Google searches, Facebook pages and apps, Twitter and Google+ most followed in October 2014

    3 Nov 2014 | 9:12 am
    What was popular on the Internet in October 2014? Google top 25 search phrases Facebook top 25 Pages Facebook top 25 Apps Twitter 25 most followed Google+ 25 most followed Alexa top 25 websites Web browsers market share.   Scroll down for Twitter TAKEAWAYS (or click here) Feel free to use this infographic on your blog or website, but please don’t forget to link to TWITTER TAKEAWAYS Top 10 searches in October 2014: facebook, google, you, youtube, craigslist, news, weather, yahoo, ebola, amazon Tweet this Top 5 Facebook pages in October…
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    SEO 5 Consulting

  • How Companies can capitalize on the Use of Video and SEO to Boost Twitter Engagement in 2015

    12 Dec 2014 | 12:49 pm
    Twitter is an organization notorious for closely guarding information on how its advertising network performs. But in the coming months, the company appears to be taking a different tact with their advertising systems. And with 248 million active users now using Twitter, the microblogging site could become an advertiser’s dream in helping build and maintain the connection with their online audience. In a recent presentation to analysts, Twitter leaders highlighted a number of the changed expected to be implemented in 2015. In this post, we’ll review two important changes marketers should…
  • How Website Owners Can Utilize the Latest SEO Tools to Increase Mobile Engagement

    9 Dec 2014 | 7:11 am
    With mobile web access rising on a day-by-day basis, companies are now focused on making mobile a critical element of their SEO strategy. It seems Google is also recognizing this trend, as the search giant has released several new tools to help companies expand on their mobile SEO performance. In this blog, we’ll look at a few of the leading mobile SEO tools and provide users an insight on the benefits the tools bring to their mobile marketing campaigns. Google Mobile-Friendly Test In November, Google launched their Mobile Friendly Test. The new tool gives sites a passing or a failing grade…
  • Everything You Should Know About Google’s Algorithm Updates

    26 Nov 2014 | 10:22 am
    With pandas, penguins and pirates, the Google algorithm menagerie helps make sure search engine results are useful and relevant.  and give you foresight about how the algorithms may change again. Google Algorithm Changes to Pirate Update 2 At the time of publication, Pirate is the latest algorithm to receive an update. As the name suggests, the algorithm is supposed to help combat online piracy and copyright infringements by lowering the rankings of offending sites. Now when a user searches for a particular song, he’s more likely to see websites that allow him to download it legally.
  • Optimizing Your Website and Making It Fool-Proof against Google

    19 Nov 2014 | 10:35 am
    The Google algorithm changes frequently in an attempt to improve the user experience. Google uses hundreds of variables to determine the relevance and quality of a site, thus determining its rank in the SERPs (search engine results page). Instead of trying to game the Google algorithm, embrace the idea and use it to improve the user experience. Treat Content as Part of the User Experience You need to stop considering content as something separate from your business, as just a way to get your site ranking. Content is an integral part of the user experience. And content means everything from…
  • Google Penguin 3.0 Update; Everything You Need to Know

    14 Nov 2014 | 9:31 am
    The Google Penguin 3.0 update is here and many Internet marketers and SEO agencies are wringing their hands wondering if their sites will be slapped down by this newest change to the Google search algorithm. To be accurate, the Google Penguin 3.0 is more of a refresh then it is a full update, according to Pierre Far, Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst. It is expected to affect about 1 percent of all English searches going forward. There is currently no data on how it will affect foreign search. The Google Penguin 3.0 update will be rolled out globally over the next few weeks. How This May…
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    Laughing Samurai

  • Last Minute Gift Ideas!

    Laughing Samurai
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:58 am
    There are no rules about having to be done with Christmas holiday shopping by a certain date, and even if there were, you can bet that we wouldn’t follow them anyhow. But, if you’re like us and rely heavily on Amazon Prime’s free 2 day shipping then your shopping cut off date is Tuesday, December 23rd. No ifs ands and buts. Here are some super last minute, but equally as thoughtful gift ideas that you still have plenty of time to snag! TO READ Books don’t have to be exclusive to those who love to read. Find a topic that interest your giftee and they will at minimum,…
  • Happy Leif Erikson Day!

    Laughing Samurai
    9 Oct 2014 | 7:56 am
    The article Happy Leif Erikson Day! appeared first on Laughing Samurai.
  • Low Conversion Rate? Maybe It’s Time For An Update.

    Benjamin Collins
    7 Aug 2014 | 8:51 am
    Remember the last amazing website you looked at? What was it that stood out about it for you? I’m sure like the rest of us you look at hundreds of websites in a given week, some of which you frequent regularly, and others you pass over as you move around the internet. The great thing about the internet is you can still come across websites that look like they were designed in 1997 (and probably were). At the same time you have the most popular sites, like Facebook, that are making incremental design changes on an almost daily basis. Like anything in our world, the one thing that is true…
  • Inspirational Quotes: George Bernard Shaw

    Benjamin Collins
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:53 am
    Everyone loves inspirational quotes designed in fancy poster like displays of typographical genius right? With the dual purpose of fueling creativity and motivating our team, clients and guests as they enter the Laughing Samurai headquarters, we’ve been posting a series of quotes and images that move us on our entry wall. It might be an image we’ve found, or a quote or something random that was said that stuck in our heads. It might be unreasonable, but we thought you might enjoy some of what we’re hanging, so we’re gonna post them here from time to time. Yeah.
  • What Does it Take to Build a Brand Culture?

    Benjamin Collins
    25 Jun 2014 | 9:09 am
    We know what it takes to define a brand. Whether it is defined from the beginning or not, every business has a mission. It starts with an idea, from a founder or group of founders, and they set off to bring their vision to life. If their vision involves products, the mission might involve innovation or value. If they’re branding a service, their mission could involve user experience or dependability. Even if it takes time to put it into words, there is a natural attitude that forms around a business that goes into their mission and values and with a little focused effort you can start…
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  • A Real Reason You're Marketing is Not Generating Business

    18 Dec 2014 | 9:39 am
    Are you finding it hard to generate qualified leads that will turn in sales opportunities? If you are, you are not alone. Many business struggle with marketing and sales. In fact, it's probably the top reasons businesses fail. They simply don't understand how to market in such a way that people want to buy from them. Bill in San Jose asked a great question "I'm having a really hard generating leads no matter where I go. If it's a new a networking meeting or if it's my website, no one seem's really interested in talking with my about what I do. Why?....
  • Who’s to Blame When Internet Marketing Doesn’t Generate Leads or Sales?

    15 Dec 2014 | 8:34 am
    Every business wants and needs a website, search engine and social media presence in order to generate new prospects and sales. Many businesses will pay good money to build an online presence with the expectation that a website, social media and a search engine like Google will bring lots of willing buyers to their business at a substantial profit. But most times that doesn't happen. Why?....
  • Help! I Don't Understand Why My Content Marketing Isn't Getting Better Results?

    11 Dec 2014 | 11:14 am
    Could it be that you're content marketing is struggling because of self-centered blog articles, videos and social media? Or is there something more? In today's video blog, Don Purdum answers a question from Beverly in Tampa Bay, Florida; "I don't understand why my content marketing or my blog isn't getting better results. The experts say write blogs and post them to social media. I'm doing that but why isn't it working?" Discover the answer to Beverly's question and building a community or team is critical to your content marketing or blogging success.....
  • The Overlooked Side of Content Marketing and 3 Ways to Really Gain Exposure

    8 Dec 2014 | 8:07 am
    Studies are showing that more and more B2B and B2C companies are utilizing content marketing. Meaning they are blogging and generating blog articles that they hope will turn more people on to their brands and increase their sales and revenues. It’s smart, but the frustration around content marketing is mounting. But, I have some solutions that will help alleviate that frustration so be sure to read the whole article because there is help on the way!....
  • One Great Reason You Are Not Getting Sales from Your Website!

    4 Dec 2014 | 9:36 am
    If you're not earning new prospects and sales through your website it's because you are no different in the view of your prospects than any other business. You're simply a commodity. You have to give people a really compelling reason to buy from you. In today's video blog I will explain how you can position your website, blog and social media so that people want to buy from you instead of run from you to your competitors. You will learn what the number struggle businesses have when it comes to their marketing and sales and how you can change what you're doing so that you can get the results…
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    Volume Nine SEO » SEO Blog

  • What Do You Give an SEO for Christmas?

    Anne Preble
    15 Dec 2014 | 3:52 pm
    Shopping for that special SEO in your life can seem like a daunting task, but fear not! The team at Volume Nine has compiled a list of some of their favorite nerd-a-licous wishlist items. Read on for amazing ideas for that super-geek you love so much! What to Wear For the fashion forward SEO (in their own special, geeky way), let them stay constantly connected even on the coldest of days gloves that have smarTouch technology or heat up with quick access a USB port. USB Heated Gloves If your office is like most, the temperature is completely unpredictable and the thermostat always seems to…
  • SEO Content Strategy Drives Results with a “Big Bang”!

    Richard Lesher
    12 Dec 2014 | 3:09 pm
    It’s not every day that the reward for an effective SEO content strategy is a product prominently displayed on a popular weekly TV show, but Clean Room World and their protective suit campaign did just that! In recent months, Clean Room World has worked to improve their organic visibility for the keywords “protective suit” and “Ebola protective suit” to educate their consumers on the difference between the two.  Not all protective suits are created equal, so you could understand the real importance behind this campaign. The campaign was highly relevant and…
  • 6 Tips for Starting an SEO Program in 2015

    Jackie Moulton
    9 Dec 2014 | 10:12 am
    If 2014 flew by as fast for you as it did for us at Volume Nine, then you might also be scrambling for New Year’s resolution ideas to start 2015 off on the right foot. As a company new to the world of online marketing, starting an SEO program should be at the top of your resolutions. Below are 6 tips for starting a new SEO program and information on what to expect in 2015. 1. Set Goals First and foremost, you should have clearly defined goals before beginning an SEO program. In order to monitor success along the way, you must know what you are aiming for. Is your main objective to increase…
  • Revolutionizing How Companies Get Client Testimonials

    Volume Nine
    13 Nov 2014 | 9:43 am
    The Challenges of Getting a Video Testimonial All businesses want video testimonials from their clients. The challenge however, is getting your clients in front of a camera; which can be an expensive, logistical nightmare. There’s nothing worse than extending all that energy and expense and then get the ‘deer in the headlights’ look. Unfortunately, most of us have not had high school drama classes. When people freeze up it is hard to get authentic, engaging content that will hook your potential clients. Powerful Client Testimonials What makes a testimonial powerful is having…
  • How to Pick the Best Keyword for SEO Page Optimization

    David Yarian
    7 Nov 2014 | 8:55 am
    Mapping keywords to pages of content on your website is a concept which is about as old as SEO itself. Similarly, it is an equally tried-and-true concept to score a page of content against the chosen keywords to see how well optimized it is for the selected terms. Volume Nine is no exception to this. For years we have proudly thought of our SEO Dashboard as one of the best tools out there to target and map keywords to pages for on-page optimization. However, as the the world of search continues its march towards more dynamic, complex, and relevant search results, it is more important than…
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    Blackhat Sparrow Internet Marketing

  • The Whitehat Way To Make Money With Youtube Videos

    Captain Jack Sparrow
    26 Nov 2014 | 2:21 pm
    There are literally thousands of methods you can use to make serious money with videos uploaded to Youtube, and can be either whitehat, greyhat, or blackhat in terms of approach. In this article I am going to focus on the whitehat methods thousands of users on Youtube use to make six figures in earnings. You [...] The post The Whitehat Way To Make Money With Youtube Videos appeared first on Blackhat Sparrow Internet Marketing.
  • Optimising Offers On PPD Networks Is Important

    Captain Jack Sparrow
    9 Nov 2014 | 10:58 am
    Have you ever found yourself wondering why you are not making as much money as you can with the successful download of files through your PPD network? Well, the answer is so simple that not many people who are members of PPD networks actually consider this when locking their file downloads behind offers from PPD [...] The post Optimising Offers On PPD Networks Is Important appeared first on Blackhat Sparrow Internet Marketing.
  • Avoiding Scammers Is Key To Safer Online Business

    Captain Jack Sparrow
    29 Oct 2014 | 8:54 pm
    Working at home with an online business has become that popular that it has grown into a fully fledged industry of its own. The same as any other industry in the real world, this has become infested with unscrupulous scammers that try to con your hard earn money out of you. To be honest they [...] The post Avoiding Scammers Is Key To Safer Online Business appeared first on Blackhat Sparrow Internet Marketing.
  • How To Correctly Use Article Spinners For SEO and Ranking

    Captain Jack Sparrow
    21 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    When people think of article spinners they just think they are some way of producing lots of junk and low quality content to spam the internet with. This is a complete myth and the power that can be harnessed by using article spinners is something that shouldn’t be ignored by today’s online marketers. Article spinners [...] The post How To Correctly Use Article Spinners For SEO and Ranking appeared first on Blackhat Sparrow Internet Marketing.
  • Focusing On One Niche Is The Key To Internet Success

    Captain Jack Sparrow
    14 Oct 2014 | 3:05 pm
    Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed by all the internet marketing information available? There are now literally thousands upon thousands of articles related to this subject on the worldwide web for you to read. If you are a person trying to digest all this mountain of information, then no wonder you are feeling confused about [...] The post Focusing On One Niche Is The Key To Internet Success appeared first on Blackhat Sparrow Internet Marketing.
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    Silkstream | Web Design Blog

  • Merry Christmas 2014 from Silkstream!

    19 Dec 2014 | 4:02 am
    Merry Christmas, everyone! Has it really been a year already? 2014 has seen a great deal of change in the Silkstream office. We’ve lost a Randal, but we’ve gained a Chloe! In the Summer, we upgraded from our small office in Rochford to central Southend. A stone’s throw from Southend High Street! The brand new Read MoreThe post Merry Christmas 2014 from Silkstream! appeared first on Silkstream | Web Design Blog.
  • Top 10 Funniest Web Design Comics

    12 Dec 2014 | 4:46 am
    I’ve been busy dedicating myself to finding the funniest web design comics on the internet! After much “research” and countless websites, I have narrowed it down to the following funny web design comics that I believe a lot of web designers will be able to relate to. Top 10 Funniest Web Design Comics 1) Every Read MoreThe post Top 10 Funniest Web Design Comics appeared first on Silkstream | Web Design Blog.
  • The rise of Google Glass

    Chloe Bullard
    11 Dec 2014 | 3:05 am
    When Google Glass first launched in April 2013 the accessory was only available to a selected audience, which understandably created a buzz around the mystery of the Google Glass. Google first targeted and invited developers to test their Google Glass at a price of $1,500 (£1,000) per headset. Following this release, it was then made available Read MoreThe post The rise of Google Glass appeared first on Silkstream | Web Design Blog.
  • Top 10 Funniest SEO Comics

    5 Dec 2014 | 3:55 am
    I’ve been “researching” funny SEO comics on the internet and have compressed it down to what I believe are the top ten funniest SEO comics. I’ve searched through multiple websites and probably hundreds of comics, some weren’t that funny and some could barely be classed as SEO comics, so that you could have a quick Read MoreThe post Top 10 Funniest SEO Comics appeared first on Silkstream | Web Design Blog.
  • Southend Raspberry Jam

    28 Nov 2014 | 3:22 am
    Silkstream @ Southend Raspberry Jam Leigh and I were invited to the Southend Raspberry Jam last Saturday to help out with the running of a couple of workshops. It was a fantastic day with absolutely loads to see and awesome lectures, exhibits and workshops spread around the Tickfield Centre in Southend, Essex. Though Raspberry Jams Read MoreThe post Southend Raspberry Jam appeared first on Silkstream | Web Design Blog.
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  • A Guide to Boost Any Landing Page Conversion Rate (Crazy Egg Review)

    Jessica Riley
    15 Dec 2014 | 7:56 pm
    Today, I’m sharing with you a very practical tool we’ve been using for a long time. It’s called “Crazy Egg,” (you already knew that, though, right?) which can potentially improve your strategic campaigns and conversion rates in no time. Now,...The post A Guide to Boost Any Landing Page Conversion Rate (Crazy Egg Review) appeared first on Infinite Conversions.
  • Golden Opportunities: Using colour choices to turn clicks into conversions

    Milad Oskouie
    10 Dec 2014 | 10:05 pm
    This article was originally published in SmartInsights. You can see the original here. Just about everyone has a favourite colour, (and a few not-so-favourite ones), and as such, most of us realize that colour has an unusual ability to influence...The post Golden Opportunities: Using colour choices to turn clicks into conversions appeared first on Infinite Conversions.
  • From Offline to Online: 6 Ways to Understand The New World of Sales: Part 2

    Milad Oskouie
    2 Dec 2014 | 6:07 am
    This is Part 2 of 2 from our article titled ‘From Offline to Online: 6 Ways to Understand The New World of Sales’. You can see Part 1 here. 4. Align sales and marketing Historically, there has been something of...The post From Offline to Online: 6 Ways to Understand The New World of Sales: Part 2 appeared first on Infinite Conversions.
  • Ratings, Bias & the Performance Factor

    Milad Oskouie
    24 Nov 2014 | 10:04 pm
    This post originally appeared at Website Magazine. You can see the original copy here Thanks to the Internet, consumers’ voices have never been so easy to hear. Go back 20 years and it was almost impossible for consumers to research...The post Ratings, Bias & the Performance Factor appeared first on Infinite Conversions.
  • How CMOs should Take Advantage of Conversion Optimization (Part 2 of 2)

    Milad Oskouie
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:58 pm
    This is Part 2 of 2 from our article titled ‘How CMOs should Take Advantage of Conversion Optimization’. You can see Part 1 here. Stop monkeying around and ape the best of them It’s surprising that there exists quite a...The post How CMOs should Take Advantage of Conversion Optimization (Part 2 of 2) appeared first on Infinite Conversions.
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  • Twitter Strategies to Increase Your Followers with AJ Amyx

    Anthony Tran
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:26 pm
    Subscribe on iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Want to build an audience using Twitter?  Want to build a loyal following who look forward to your tweets?  In this episode I interview AJ Amyx as he shares his Twitter Marketing strategies, and how he built his 10k+ Twitter following without any paid ads.  We talk about software programs to help you manage your Twitter account and more.  Check out this episode. Episode Featured Guest: AJ Amyx AJ Amyx is the creator’s mentor, host of AMYXtv and founder of the GameTime University.  He trains people all over the world how to attract new…
  • Q&A Episode – Podcasting Strategies, Defining Your Niche, Connecting with Your Audience, Should You Buy Followers and More

    Anthony Tran
    10 Dec 2014 | 10:20 pm
    Subscribe on iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Thank you so much for all your questions and feedback about the show.  I thought it would be fun to do a Q&A Episode and put me in the hot-seat for once.  In this episode I share with you real questions from fans of the show and I answer them while I’m in the hot-seat.  I talk about how podcasting has helped grow my business, how you can define your niche, how you can connect with your audience even further, whether you should buy Twitter followers, and more. Episode Featured Co-Host: Amber Hurdle Amber Hurdle is the owner of Moxie…
  • Skyrocket Your Book Launch to an Amazon Bestseller with Robert Coorey

    Anthony Tran
    4 Dec 2014 | 11:37 am
    Subscribe on iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Ready to become a best-selling author?  Learn the right strategies to creating your book, launching it, and promoting it for massive success in this interview with Robert Coorey.  In this interview we dive deep into this subject and Robert shares some of his most valuable golden nuggets and his formula for taking your book launch to the next level.  This is a must listen episode. Episode Featured Guest: Robert Coorey Robert Coorey is the #1 Best-selling author of “Feed a Starving Crowd.”  He’s a reality TV Pilot Host and wildly…
  • How to Create an Opt-in Form at the Top of Your Website (Email Marketing Series 7 of 7)

    Anthony Tran
    2 Dec 2014 | 12:17 pm
    How to Create an Opt-in Form at the Top of Your Website (Email Marketing Series 7 of 7) Video Transcript: Okay in this video I’m going to show you how to create an opt-in form at the top of your website using a really cool tool called Hello Bar. Let’s check it out. Okay so a really cool tool I’m going to introduce you to is called Hello Bar and an example of this is my friend John Lee Dumas from Entrepreneur on Fire. He has it on his website. So this yellow bar that’s on the very top is really neat because #1 it’s one of the first things you see on his website,…
  • How to Create an Opt-In Form on a 404 Error Page (Email Marketing Series 6 of 7)

    Anthony Tran
    28 Nov 2014 | 4:57 pm
    How to Create an Opt-In Form on a 404 Error Page (Email Marketing Series 6 of 7)) Video Transcript: Okay so another great place to put an opt-in form is on a 404 Error Page. I’m going to show you how to easily create one using LeadPages, let’s check it out. Okay so another place where you can grab people’s email address is using what we call a 404 Page. And basically what I mean by 404 page is let’s say somebody goes to type in something or there’s a bad link on your website. So I’m putting in here “” and when I…
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    Cloud Authority

  • Finding Freelance Writing Jobs for Beginners

    18 Dec 2014 | 1:39 pm
    Struggling to find freelance writing jobs for beginners? You first have to convince yourself of one rule for good writers. They must and ought to receive payment for their hard work. It can’t be anymore simple than that. If you have decided to become a professional writer, then you have to get paid to do it, right? Otherwise, how could you call yourself a professional? You probably know all this already and want to find out more about those freelance writing jobs for beginners, right? The reason I start this way is because it is critical to get into the proper frame of mind before seeking…
  • How to Make YouTube Videos and Post Them Today

    15 Dec 2014 | 8:19 am
    So here you are watching everybody dominate their online markets with videos, but you just don’t know how to make YouTube videos, right? I have great news for you – anyone can use videos to promote their blogs and websites. And believe it or not – you can do it today – if you listen carefully to what I am going to tell you. I am going to show you step by step how you can post videos to your very own YouTube account. I don’t care if you have never created a video before, I will show you how to make YouTube videos today. How To Create YouTube Videos Now The reason you can upload a…
  • Writing Effective Emails Will Make Or Break You

    12 Dec 2014 | 7:32 am
    So now that you’ve gotten this awesome newsletter off the ground, you do realize that until you start writing effective emails, it won’t do squat for you. Sorry – but that’s the cold hard truth about things. Who doesn’t enjoy a good read? Especially when it’s about a topic that I absolutely adore. But you have to let me know how great it is before I sign up. And in most cases, I won’t give a damn what kind of free gift you offer me. So you just can’t run from it – you have to know the ins and outs of writing effective emails and there’s no getting around that. I can hear…
  • 5 Content Generation Strategies That Will Save Your Sorry Ass Blog

    9 Dec 2014 | 11:58 am
    So here you’ve cranked out this great blog with wonderful posts, but it seems your content generation strategies just aren’t working so well, huh? Doesn’t that suck the big one? And it seems that it really doesn’t matter what types of content you have, it just misses the mark for some reason. Don’t fret, my friend, we’ve all been there. And if someone tells that all of their social media content gets readily consumed, then you can take this to the bank – they’re lying!! So let’s look at some content generation strategies that will help your blog posts become winners. Before…
  • 3 Major Benefits of Video Marketing

    8 Dec 2014 | 4:53 am
    If you are not getting out there and taking advantage of the real benefits of video marketing in today’s online landscape, then you are seriously getting left behind. I’m not sure if we can truly count all the reasons why online video is so effective, but we can surely count the increase in our bottom line. We can certainly take note of the increased number of sales, leads, and customers we can get. The benefits of video marketing is truly amazing. Nothing Better Than a Good Online Business Video Want to promote your brand? Use a video – better yet, use social video marketing. Nothing…
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  • Living the dream 4 – More Digital Nomads share their story

    Tim Felmingham
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:12 pm
    Today, I’m going somewhere very different to meet another Chiang Mai Digital Nomad. In Part 1 of this article I explained what I’m doing here in Chiang Mai, and in Part 2 and Part 3 I explained what Digital Nomads are and introduced you to a few I have met. I’m going out to the rainforest to meet Dani Leis in a little village called Pong Noi. Dani has been kind enough to send her friend (and the best tuk-tuk driver in Chiang Mai), Rung to fetch me. Rung is something of a legend and could easily merit an article of her own… We blasted through the streets of Chiang Mai…
  • Living the Dream 3 – What’s it like to be a Chiang Mai Digital Nomad?

    Tim Felmingham
    11 Dec 2014 | 7:12 pm
    In Part One and Part Two of this article, I explained what I am doing here in Chiang Mai. I’ve come here to meet some Digital Nomads who have given up a conventional lifestyle and moved to Chiang Mai to follow their dreams. In this part, I meet two more Chiang Mai Digital Nomads who have been kind enough to share their stories with me, and tell me about their experiences doing what could be called ‘living the dream’. Abandoning the drudgery (and security) of the 9-5 job, working online instead, and using the independence that offers, to up sticks and live somewhere exotic.
  • Living the Dream 2 – Chiang Mai Digital Nomads

    Tim Felmingham
    7 Dec 2014 | 7:51 am
    As I said in part one of this article, I’ve come to Chiang Mai to meet some people who have rejected a conventional work-orientated lifestyle in favour of a more free and flexible life, using their ability to work online as a way of following their dreams and living somewhere exotic. Digital Nomads These people are often referred to as ‘Digital Nomads’, which reflects the fact that because they do their work online, they are free to work from anywhere. Or at least anywhere they can get an internet connection, which these days IS pretty much anywhere. Another term for them is…
  • Living the dream – what’s it like to live the laptop lifestyle?

    Tim Felmingham
    3 Dec 2014 | 11:38 am
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to quit the 9-5, move somewhere exotic and chase your dreams? So have I and I’m off to Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand to meet some Digital Nomads and find out. After reading The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss, in 2009 I successfully ditched conventional work in favour of earning a living online — a passive income which meant my earnings were no longer related to how much time I spent working (you can read about how I did this here). That is the first part of the lifestyle revolution which Tim Ferriss opened my eyes to, and it changed…
  • Check SEO – How to check your SEO has been done correctly

    Tim Felmingham
    5 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Why isn’t my site doing better in Google? That’s a question I hear all the time. Let’s face it, it’s the Holy Grail. However well you’re doing in the search engines, everybody always wants to do better. This gave rise to a whole industry — Search Engine Optimisation or SEO. The first thing to do is to check that your SEO has done the basics correctly — often they haven’t. The SEO’s job is to improve your rankings in the search engines, and thereby send you more traffic. It’s an important job as it can make or break your success online, however it’s a bit of a…
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    Internet Marketing Guru

  • Big tech acquisitions of 2014

    IMG Team
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:42 pm
    Biggest tech acquisitions 2014 The year 2014 has seen numerous acquisitions in the technology world by world leading tech companies. We list down below 5 of the most expensive takeovers this year Apple Inc. buys Beats Electronics Beats electronics is a product line focused primarily on headphones and speakers, that is marketed under the brand Beats by Dr. Dre. The headphone line famously focuses on the emphasis on bass, which Dr.Dre stated allowed listeners to hear all of the music. In 2012, NPD Group reported that Beats had a 64% market share in the US for headphones priced higher than $100…
  • How can video help your business grow?

    IMG Team
    15 Dec 2014 | 1:36 pm
    Video for Business When a new business is formed, they need good exposure to generate revenue and stay in business. With improved technological resources it’s become quite easy these days to expose a new business in the market without even getting off your couch. Making a website and adding a good visible video portfolio of the company or the services they provide will give them more exposure in the market than the traditional marketing ways. Adding a video profile will help any business no matter what the size of it, to generate new customers and reach more clients. There are possibly 10…
  • Social Television

    IMG Team
    9 Dec 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Social Television Social television is the form of technology that supports communication and social interaction with respect to watching television, or any related TV content. Social TV is a new way of watching television along interaction with friends and posting updates about those television programmes being watched through Facebook, Twitter etc. It also includes analysis of television related social behaviour of the viewers. Social Television systems include integrating video conferences, voice communications, text chat, television ratings, and context awareness with the TV content. The…
  • Guerrilla marketing an evolution of Traditional marketing

    IMG Team
    6 Dec 2014 | 6:34 am
    Guerrilla marketing an evolution of Traditional marketing Jay Conrad Levinson, who is described as the Father of Guerrilla marketing describes it as;  The concept of marketing which is different from the regular marketing promotional techniques, something which has an unconventional system of promotions that does not require huge amounts of investment but relies heavily on time, energy and imagination. They involve targeting customers at intervals which are not really expected by them and create a unique experience so that they remember the product or brand. The need for guerrilla marketing…
  • Infographic: Media in Brazil 2010 – 2017

    IMG Team
    6 Dec 2014 | 5:45 am
    The infographic below shows the use of different media and its penetration within various socioeconomic groups within Brazil and the number of digital media users and the total digital ad spending of Brazil.  It also shows the internet population, social media users and the different demographics for Brazil. Infographic: Media in Brazil 2010 – 2017
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  • EFP 121: Creating a Drop Ship Lifestyle With Anton Kraly

    Justin Cooke
    18 Dec 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Building drop shipping stores might just be one of the most viable and inexpensive ways for website builders to get started with their online journeys. Today, I sit down with our good friend Anton Kraly from Drop Ship Lifestyle to discuss how he’s built and sold massive drop shipping empires, created a course that went from selling at $37 to nearly $1,000 bucks in a couple short years, and discuss some of the successes and failures he’s had in building his own online empire. Check Out This Week’s Episode Here:…
  • EFP 120: 5 Niche Business Ideas We’d Pay For Right Now

    Justin Cooke
    11 Dec 2014 | 9:08 am
    Coming up with a niche business idea from scratch can be difficult. What if we told you 5 products or services we’d pay for today if you had them ready? Today, Joe and I will look into five ideas, dig into the details, look at the problems they solve, and give you an estimate on what they would be worth to us. Check Out This Week’s Episode Here: Direct Download - Right Click, Save As Business Ideas Discussed This Week: Seller Interview Editing/Publishing Customer Service / Systems & Processes Expert SEO…
  • Going Against All Business Advice: When to Ignore ROI and Scalability

    Vincent Nguyen
    8 Dec 2014 | 8:20 am
    “What’s the ROI of your mother?” That’s Gary Vaynerchuk’s response when he was continuously asked about the ROI of social media. Sounds like an insult, and I laughed when I first heard it, but he makes a valid point. Gary’s mother raised him. Told him he was adorable even when he was rocking a mullet in the sixth grade. Gave him the self-esteem and confidence that he capitalized on decades later to run profitable businesses. You can’t show that in data. You can’t create a fancy graph that shows the direct ROI of his mother on his successes today. Imagine if you had to sell…
  • EFP 119: Scoring Free Travel With

    Justin Cooke
    4 Dec 2014 | 10:25 am
    What if you could get free flights just for spending money you would’ve used anyway? In today’s episode, we sit down with Erik Paquet from to discuss how even bootstrapped entrepreneurs can travel the globe for free using “travel hacking” tricks to score free airline miles and hotel stays. Whether you’re a global traveler or a 2-weeks a year vacationer, you’re gonna dig this episode. Check Out This Week’s Episode Here: Direct Download - Right Click, Save As Topics…
  • EFP 118: Retaining Employees In Startups

    Justin Cooke
    27 Nov 2014 | 10:45 am
    It can be tough when you’re praising the benefits of entrepreneurship one minute and talking about the value of being on YOUR team the next. Joe and I work through some of the common complaints and issues employees have in startups and how we think you can address them directly and honestly. Check Out This Week’s Episode Here: Direct Download - Right Click, Save As Issues Discussed This Week: Wanting to build their own business Not having enough autonomy Lacking passion in what they’re doing They’re…
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  • New Theme: Radcliffe

    Daniel W. Robert
    18 Dec 2014 | 1:57 pm
    We’re excited to introduce Radcliffe, a crisp new free theme. Radcliffe is a contemporary responsive theme with beautiful typography. It puts your content in the forefront, featuring gorgeous full-width header images. Learn more about Radcliffe at the Theme Showcase, or preview it by going to Appearance → Themes.Filed under: Themes
  • Editors’ Picks of the Year: Notable Reads on

    Cheri Lucas Rowlands
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:00 am
    Our editors dove into the archives to resurface top posts published on this year, from personal essays to comics, and photography to fiction. Here’s a glimpse of what you published — and what the community especially loved — in 2014. “Ever Wished That Calvin and Hobbes Creator Bill Watterson Would Return to the Comics Page? Well, He Just Did,” Stephan Pastis, Pearls Before Swine “Bill Watterson is the Bigfoot of cartooning,” writes comic artist Stephan Pastis of the legendary Calvin and Hobbes creator. This summer, Pastis collaborated…
  • Field Notes: BlogHer PRO 2014

    Cheri Lucas Rowlands
    17 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Automatticians, the people who build, participate in events and projects around the world every day. Periodically, they report back on the exciting things they do when not in front of a computer — from talking about making great products to using design to tackle social challenges. Recently, Story Wrangler Cheri Lucas Rowlands and Happiness Engineers Carolyn Sonnek, Deborah Beckett, and Jen Hooks attended the third annual BlogHer PRO ’14 conference, an event for professionally minded bloggers looking to take their blogs, brands, and businesses to the next level.
  • One Central Hub for All Your Content

    Andy Peatling
    15 Dec 2014 | 4:04 pm
    Last week, we announced a few updates to the interface, including faster stats and enhanced site management on both desktop and mobile devices. Our push to make all sites faster and easier to access and manage continues. This week, we’re thrilled to unveil a few brand-new features that allow bloggers, publishers, and business owners to run their sites and manage their content from one central hub, no matter what device they’re using. From new blog post and page management tools to Jetpack site integrations, we hope you enjoy the latest additions as much as we…
  • Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 9

    Mark Armstrong
    12 Dec 2014 | 9:42 am
    Here’s more great reading for you: five stories we love from across all of WordPress. 1. Spaces of Freedom in Iran Jake Threadgould An account of one traveler’s stay in Iran: On my second night in Iran I was invited to a party in a middle-class area of Tehran. Since we were a mixed gendered group with a foreigner (yours truly) in their midst, we had to be reasonably inconspicuous when we stepped out of the car and onto the street. As soon as we stepped over the threshold of the house, however, we were no longer in the Islamic Republic. 2. Livin’ Thing: An Oral History of Boogie…
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  • Top 10 Bizarre Survey Finds

    Emerson Palomo
    18 Dec 2014 | 12:55 pm
    How much confidence do you have in surveys? Do you believe everything you are told without questioning it or giving it a second thought? Read through the following 10 survey finds and see if these facts change your perspective on surveys. Feel free to share, embed, and like this video.
  • How To Turn Facebook Reviews On and Off

    Alex Noudelman
    17 Dec 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Do you have a negative review on Facebook you would like to hide? Are your customers having trouble leaving a positive Facebook review because the tab is inexistent? It’s very easy to turn Facebook reviews and rating stars on or off. If you’ve never done it before, then it may be tough to figure out on your own. The tips are only applicable to local Facebook business pages that have reviews and ratings because they require a physical address. Here are the steps you will need to take to turn Facebook Reviews tab on or off: Login as admin to the Facebook business page. Click the “About…
  • Q & A With Mark Zuckerberg

    Alessa Brauckmann
    17 Dec 2014 | 7:02 am
    Due to the successful event in November, Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook decided to do to another Q&A event, this time in Menlo Park, California. This type of interaction with the public is valuable for Zuckerberg because it provides insight on the questions, thoughts and doubts regarding Facebook. It provides valuable information so that he and his team can improve the platform. So, what did we learn about Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg? Will Facebook introduce the “dislike”-button? Despite the wish of many users, Facebook will not introduce a “dislike” button. According to…
  • The Teen Wolf of Wall Street Made It All Up

    Alex Noudelman
    16 Dec 2014 | 11:33 am
    Yesterday, New York magazine published an irresistible story about a 17 year old NY high school student who made a fortune investing in the stock market. The reporter even disclosed the exact number he was making, “Though he is shy about the $72 million, he confirmed his net worth in the ‘high 8 figures’”. In an exclusive interview with the New York Observer last night, the Teen Wolf of Wall Street, Mohammed Islam, admitted to fabricating the entire story. He and his friend Damir Tulemaganbetov, who was also featured in the story, hired crisis PR firm, 5WPR and lawyer Ed Mermelstein…
  • “Money Never Sleep” Queens Teen Earns $72 million Trading Stocks on Wall Street

    Alex Noudelman
    15 Dec 2014 | 2:13 pm
    What will it take to make millions? How old do you have to be in order to be considered successful? These lingering questions you have can be easily answered by the ‘Teen Wolf of Wall Street’. The person you are about to meet is very much like Jordan Belfort, Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in “The Wolf of Wall Street”. A Grade 12 Stuyvesant High School student from Queens, NY made tens of millions of dollars by trading stocks on his lunch breaks; $72m to be exact. The earnings were reported in today’s issue of New York News & Politics Magazine. The student’s name is Mohammed…
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  • How To Accept Online Payments From Your Website

    14 Dec 2014 | 5:53 pm
    If you are running an online business, you probably want to facilitate your payment system to make sure it is easier and faster for your customers to pay you. However, most of the “online stores” today aren’t using a proper ecommerce system, hence they are not able to create an automatic payment processing method to receive payment directly, and still using the old school method of manual bank transfer. Today, we are going to share some ideas and methods on how to accept online payment straight from your website now.   1. PayPal PayPal is one of the most popular…
  • Keeping Your Business Website Safe: Clean Your PC

    9 Dec 2014 | 12:31 am
    From time to time, our clients encounter problems on their website that aren’t able to be solved by us. The tricky part is that they only face these problems on their computer end and we are not picking up those problems on our side. Problems such as their website is not displaying properly, some images are missing and few features are not functioning the right way or even pop ups that shouldn’t even be there at the first place. Most of the time, we discovered the problems lie within the PC of our clients themselves. As we always troubleshoot problems and do our testing in…
  • 6 SEO Tips in 2015 for All Business Websites

    1 Dec 2014 | 5:32 pm
    A lot of people are looking forward into 2015, a brand new year with new targets, new objectives. With the recent Google Penguin 3.0 update, the SEO world is facing some changes again and we can expect even more updates and changes in 2015. After each update, we can see some websites get hit hard and suffer a big drop in ranking, while some benefited from the updates instead. Whether or not you are starting a new business website in 2015, or hope to maintain or increase your ranking in search engine, we have some SEO tips in 2015 for you to make sure you stay right on track.   1.
  • Is Facebook Page Enough for Your Business? Website VS Facebook Page

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:55 pm
    There is no denying that Facebook Page is getting more popular among new business start-ups as their first penetration tool into internet business. Most starters go with Facebook Page instead of a website because it is free and easy to get started. The decision of employing Facebook as their main tool of online communications is mostly made plainly because they think many people are on Facebook these days, and it’s free to use. If you are stumbling between creating a website or a Facebook page, or you are not sure whether a Facebook Page can satisfy your business and personal needs,…
  • 5 Clues That Tell Your Website Design is Outdated

    19 Nov 2014 | 8:01 pm
    Websites, blogs and web portals, as they bind to internet technology, are evolving consistently. Website design is not timeless, it’s the same as your smartphone, it gets outdated after some time when there are tons of new features available. What are the bad things about outdated website design? It shows that your business is outdated as well, and old. Remember how we talked about your website represent your business profile and image? That’s why! So, how can you tell your website design is outdated? Look for the clues below.   1. The website is designed about 3-5 years ago Is…
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  • Social Media Marketing: An essential part of Marketing Automation. How?

    20 Dec 2014 | 12:45 am
    Social media marketing refers to the process of promoting your business or brand in order to drive traffic through social media channels. Nowadays, social media marketing is considered as one of the most important technique for business marketing. It has various features and advantages that help in bringing more user’s engagement towards your website. Moreover, it is an essential part or module of marketing automation software because it helps marketing automation in many ways: Driving Traffic: Marketing automation is great software that promises various marketers to generate relevant…
  • How A/B Testing is Beneficial in Email Marketing?

    19 Dec 2014 | 1:01 am
    Most of us are familiar with the term “Email Marketing” which is a great marketing technique for creating awareness of your business or brand among?others. It is mainly used to maximize sales for your business. Email marketing has a great feature called “A/B testing”. A/B testing mainly consists of two versions: A version and B version, that’s why it is also called split testing. This feature plays a crucial role in Email marketing as it helps in boosting Email conversion rates for your business. Now, the question arises that how it is important and beneficial in…
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  • Google Chrome May Start Listing HTTP Links as “Non-Secure”

    Peter Roesler
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    As Sony Pictures has learned the hard way, cybersecurity is extremely important in the digital age. Business owner, governments and everyday consumers are becoming more concerned about potential security threats from websites that are insecure. To make it easier for consumers to identify potential risks, a proposal by the Chrome Security Team would mark sites that don’t use HTTPS as “Non-Secure”. Google has been actively promoting HTTPS adoption for much of the past year. To show how serious they are about promoting a more secure web, Google has even announced that they would give an…
  • Twitter Introduces Carrier-Specific and New Device Mobile Targeting

    Peter Roesler
    18 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    As the year draws to a close, Twitter has announced two new features that will help mobile marketers in the coming year. Though most mobile campaigns are designed to be usable by any average mobile subscribers, there are some times when a marketer wants to target specific types of mobile users. Twitter marketers could already target users by what type of device they’re using, the operating system and wifi connectivity. The newest features lets marketers target mobile users based on their carrier and on if they’re using a new device. These newest features are most useful to mobile…
  • 3 Reasons Why Every Lawyer Should Have a Blog

    Peter Roesler
    17 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    The LSAT, law school and bar exams are tough, but finding clients is a challenge that most lawyers will face throughout their career. Even with the power of the internet and advanced ad targeting, it’s tricky to find people who are in need of lawyer online. There’s no Facebook relationship status for “Getting a Divorce”. And the only way ad networks know a person needs a lawyer is by noticing when they’ve already visited a law-related site, which may be too late. By writing a blog, lawyers can take advantage of SEO and content marketing to reach prospective clients. Here are three…
  • 4 Tips for Creating an Unsubscribe Page that Makes Them Want to Stay

    Peter Roesler
    16 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    When most email marketers create their unsubscribe page, it’s usually treated as an afterthought. This is understandable since the unsubscribe page is often the final step of an unsuccessful campaign, as opposed to the landing page, which is often the final step of a successful campaign. However, marketers should think of the unsubscribe page as their last chance to bring wayward sheep back to the fold. Email marketing is one of the most effective internet marketing strategies, so it’s important to keep subscribers from leaving. Here are four tips that can help you make an unsubscribe…
  • Google News in Spain to Shut Down Dec.16th

    Peter Roesler
    15 Dec 2014 | 5:14 am
    For more than decade, Google News has made it easier for web searchers to find news articles online and the service has benefited content producers by bringing large amounts of referral traffic to their sites. Citizens and content producers in Spain will soon have to do without those benefits. In response to Spanish legislation that would required Google to pay content producers for publishing snippets, Google will shut down it Google News service in Spain on December 16th. The shutdown of Google News in Spain may be the final move in a back and forth between Google and the rest of Europe on…
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  • Enstine Muki would help you Make More Money Blogging – HE GIVES AWAY FREE BROADED.NET CREDITS!!!

    oloyede jamiu
    15 Dec 2014 | 9:29 am
    I’m welcoming everyone to the first interview i would publish on this blog. This is to notify my readers that i would be publishing interviews on my blog starting from this month. Every Mondays, I... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Make your Blog Load at LIGHT SPEED – WP Rocket Review

    oloyede jamiu
    5 Dec 2014 | 7:33 am
    Do you want to make your blog to load fast just like you have always dreamt of? If your answer is YES, then here is an opportunity for you to start achieving the goals you have laid down for the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Best Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2014 Deals – GRAB THEM BEFORE THEY ARE GONE!

    oloyede jamiu
    24 Nov 2014 | 10:07 pm
    Do you want to have great savings on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2014 Discount Offers for various products and services? I’m sure you would do. These type of questions should come to your... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • 17 Creative Ways to Recycle and Re-Purpose Old Blog Content

    oloyede jamiu
    22 Nov 2014 | 9:37 am
    If you have been blogging for few years now, you might have been thinking of creative ways to recycle and re-purpose your old blog contents to bring more traffic, more readers and hence a greater... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Beware of These 7 Freaky Hazards of Blogging! #5 Can Make you Infertile!!!

    oloyede jamiu
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:28 am
    One of those things you and I are overlooking when it comes blogging as well as frequent usage of computer are the risks that accompany using them. You always claim that blogging is FUN. Am i right?... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    MLM Barracks

  • Monthly Income, Growth and Traffic Report – November 2014

    Darrel Andrews
    1 Dec 2014 | 5:56 am
    Welcome to the MLM Barracks 4th income report. Every month I will publish a post just like this one that will show you how much traffic and income the blog is generating, how the blog is progressing and everything I have done throughout the month. These reports will not only help me track my own […]
  • 21 Places Where You Can List Your MLM Business Online For Free

    Darrel Andrews
    22 Nov 2014 | 6:25 pm
    Here I have raddled up and put together 21 websites where you can get your MLM business listed on. Some sites are MLM distributor directories and some are general business listing sites. My advice for any business owner, is to claim as many free listings online on as many websites as you can! Why List […]
  • Tsu: The Social Media Site That Pays YOU!

    Darrel Andrews
    14 Nov 2014 | 1:05 am
    What is tsu? Can you make any decent money? Well, let’s kick off this review with the easy question… is exactly what they claim to be – A Social Media Site – just like other social media sites, such as: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ etc… However, Tsu has a little twist – They […]
  • Top 25 MLM Forums to Promote Your Home Business on

    Darrel Andrews
    12 Nov 2014 | 10:02 am
    I have rounded up and created a list of all the top MLM Forums and home based business platforms for you to promote your business on. If you’re currently not using forums and/or social networking platforms as a means to build your business then you’re missing out, big time! Why Should You Participate in Forums? […]
  • Monthly Income, Growth and Traffic Report – October 2014

    Darrel Andrews
    1 Nov 2014 | 9:06 pm
    Welcome to the MLM Barracks 3rd income report. Every month I will be publishing a post just like this one that will show you how the blog is progressing and everything I have done throughout the month. These reports will show you what to do, what not to do, and what to expect. What I […]
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    Digital Marketing Radio

  • Public Relations Strategies – SCOTT BARADELL | DMR #80
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:47 pm
    Scott Baradell is president and founder of Idea Grove, a public relations and inbound marketing firm focused on enterprise technology clients – and he’s based in Dallas and also has offices in London.
  • How to improve website performance - JAMES GREIG | DMR #79
    14 Dec 2014 | 9:08 am
    James Greig is the founder of online business optimisation software provider Bloomtools. James founded the software development arm of Bloomtools in 2004.
  • What conversion metrics are essential? KEVIN HILLSTROM | DMR #78
    14 Dec 2014 | 6:39 am
    Kevin Hillstrom is the founder of MineThatData, a consultancy that helps retailers, e-commerce brands, and catalogers to understand how customers interact with products, brands, and channels. So Kevin: year-on-year, are customers continuing to spend more money online?
  • Smart marketing objectives - ILISE BENUN | DMR #77
    13 Dec 2014 | 1:41 am
    Ilise Benun is the founder of, a national speaker, the author of 7 books for the “creatively self-employed,” and co-founder and host of the “Creative Business track of HOW Design Live”, an annual design conference.
  • Email Marketing Ideas for 2015 - RYAN BUCHANAN | DMR #76
    13 Dec 2014 | 1:04 am
    Ryan Buchanan is CEO of eROI, a digital marketing agency, which he founded to inspire and be inspired. His philosophy is all about stepping into client's shoes with a business mindset first. You can find Ryan over at
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    SuccessOnTheFly Marketing Blog

  • How To Use Twitter Cards To Drive Traffic (Infographic)

    Mark Huber
    14 Dec 2014 | 8:18 am
    Tweet this Twitter cards now allow individuals and brands to add greater context to a tweet. Now, there’s no need to click a link to get all of the important information about a product, service, or announcement. Photos, article summaries, direct downloads, audio clips, and more can complement a tweet right in the twitter feed! So how do Twitter cards work? First, you need to manually add a series of meta tags because now twitter users can customize each card. If you’re on WordPress, (and you should be) there are three different plugins to choose from that can integrate a WordPress site…
  • Top Tools To Increase Traffic, Subscribers And Revenue

    Mark Huber
    26 Nov 2014 | 6:17 am
    We have assembled a list of our top ranked tools to make your life easier… Tweet this These tools will help you with the 4 step process for increasing traffic, subscribers and revenue: 1. Create a Workflow 2. Smart Content Planning (solve problems) 3. Effective Social Selling (don’t just share your blog post once) 4. On-Site Optimization Top Tools To Increase Traffic, Subscribers And Revenue 11views 5items Top Tools To Increase Traffic, Subscribers And Revenue Listly by Mark Huber   Follow List   Embed List   Share 1  Keyword Tool: 750 Google Keyword…
  • Top 7 Free Tools To Make Your Day

    Mark Huber
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:54 pm
    Tweet this Our top 7 favorite free tools to help you get more out of life… Top 7 Free Tools To Make Your Day 13views 7items Top 7 Free Tools To Make Your Day Listly by Mark Huber   Follow List   Embed List   Share 1  Rapportive Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. We combine what you know, what your organization knows, and what the web knows. 0 likes Comments Relist Share 2  Streak - CRM in your Inbox Run your entire business from your Inbox! 0 likes Comments Relist Share 3  Trello Infinitely flexible.
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  • How Blogging Works

    Mischa Lominy
    6 Dec 2014 | 5:53 pm
    When people first get online, they’re often told to blog everyday and that by doing so they will start getting free traffic and free leads which will create to more sales. Now yes blogging does allow you to get more traffic leads and sales, but what they don’t tell you is that this is a delayed [&hellip The post How Blogging Works appeared first on .
  • Marketing and Networking University Review – A Look Inside of MNU

    Mischa Lominy
    3 Dec 2014 | 7:35 pm
    Marketing and Networking University Review The Marketing and Networking University is the first and only industry branded university. I was created by 4 awesome marketers that I’ve had the privilege to work with in the past. They came up with the idea of having university for the network marketing industry back in February and now [&hellip The post Marketing and Networking University Review – A Look Inside of MNU appeared first on .
  • Google Sniper 3.0 Review – New Google Sniper Launch

    Mischa Lominy
    2 Dec 2014 | 3:17 pm
    Google Sniper 3.0 Review     Google Sniper 3.0 Video Review PLUS HUGE BONUS!   George Brown just announced the launched of Google Sniper 3.0. The product which is the 3rd version of the series will be released on December 8th at 10AM EST. Brown did not give to much details about what new techniques and [&hellip The post Google Sniper 3.0 Review – New Google Sniper Launch appeared first on .
  • How To Monetize Your Passion Using The Internet

    Mischa Lominy
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:01 pm
    A wise man once said: “Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life”. Now I’m pretty sure that a lot of people would love to earn their living doing something they love. They would love to quit their job, which they probably hate and finally do something they enjoy. [&hellip The post How To Monetize Your Passion Using The Internet appeared first on .
  • 7 Day Positivity Challenge By Tony Robbins

    Mischa Lominy
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:32 pm
    I decided to post about this video after I saw Vick Strizheus, a famous internet marketer posted about this 7 day positivity challenge on his blog and a few weeks after he then posted a screenshot of an email he received from one of his followers.  In that email the guy was thanking him because [&hellip The post 7 Day Positivity Challenge By Tony Robbins appeared first on .
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    What’s Hot In Internet Marketing

  • How Paid, Earned and Owned Media Impact Your Small Business

    Brittany West
    19 Dec 2014 | 4:42 pm
    For small businesses looking to compete with massive corporations online, it is important to never underestimate the role paid, earned and owned media can play in an effective marketing strategy. Here is an overview of what owned, paid and earned media entail and how you can leverage each of these elements for your small business. Read More The post How Paid, Earned and Owned Media Impact Your Small Business appeared first on What’s Hot In Internet Marketing.
  • 3 SEO Strategies for 2015

    Brittany West
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:39 am
    Last week, we talked about some SEO writing strategies that not only boost search results, but improve click-through and conversion rates as well. This week, read up on some other SEO strategies that Google wishes every website would use in 2015, and how we use these strategies to grow your small business. Google’s many algorithm Read More The post 3 SEO Strategies for 2015 appeared first on What’s Hot In Internet Marketing.
  • SEO Writing and Web Design Strategies for Small Businesses

    Brittany West
    10 Dec 2014 | 10:12 am
    In order to grow your website traffic from organic search results, you have to reach the first page for your top keyword, and optimize your text to improve conversion rates , thus convincing customers to do business with you. Here are some SEO writing strategies we use to help your business grow with internet marketing. Read More The post SEO Writing and Web Design Strategies for Small Businesses appeared first on What’s Hot In Internet Marketing.
  • How to Convert Online Leads Into Sales

    Brittany West
    5 Dec 2014 | 10:05 am
    Getting potential customers to visit your website from the search results page is one thing, but converting those visitors into paying customers is quite another. 79 percent of online leads never turn into sales. This does not have to be the case for your small business if you follow these tips to convert leads into Read More The post How to Convert Online Leads Into Sales appeared first on What’s Hot In Internet Marketing.
  • What’s New in Our Newsletter

    Brittany West
    20 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    Along with our new website, we are excited to announce the launch of our new CyberMark monthly newsletter! Our newsletter will now allow you to receive a monthly report offering insights into your website’s activity for the month and filling you in on the latest news from CyberMark. At the beginning of the newsletter, you Read More The post What’s New in Our Newsletter appeared first on What’s Hot In Internet Marketing.
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    Nolan Wilson Freelance Blog | Toronto Freelance Writer | SEO | Social Media

  • Why Doesn’t My Audience See My Facebook Post?

    Nolan Wilson
    14 Dec 2014 | 7:32 am
    When Facebook launched in 2004, it was lauded for its ability to connect brands with their followers for little or no cost. All you had to do was post content on your page, and everyone who liked your page would see it. Unfortunately for Facebook (and for users), this wasn’t an effective method of generating profit. Facebook held its initial public offering (IPO) in May of 2012, and a few short months later, organic reach tanked by up to 80%. The organic reach of Facebook posts has been on the decline since its IPO. It now sits at a measly 6%, which leaves social media marketers, large…
  • Forget About SEO and Start Focusing on Creating Great Content

    Nolan Wilson
    22 Nov 2014 | 2:07 pm
    Every time Google releases an update to its algorithm, it shifts the focus a little more to improving user experience. But there’s only so much a spider can tell about how a real person will experience a webpage – it’s hard to make conclusions about how someone feels when all you understand is numbers, like time spent on page, bounce rate, and link juice. That’s why content is so important. In fact, it’s the most important aspect of your SEO strategy (and I’m not just saying that because I’m a content writer). User experience essentially boils down to how much a visitor enjoys…
  • Your Small Business Needs a Blog – Start One!!!

    Nolan Wilson
    15 Nov 2014 | 10:08 am
    As a small business owner, you probably don’t have a lot of free time, and the last thing you want to do is add another task to your to-do list. Starting a blog may seem like a nuisance, but without one, you’re missing out on a great opportunity to increase website traffic, sales, and your search ranking. Keeping it Fresh Without a blog, your website is essentially an expensive, high-maintenance business card. When you regularly update a blog with fresh content, search engines see that you are an active, engaged business, and as a result, you’ll see an increase in your website’s…
  • 6 Blogging Tips for Beginners to Get Your Blog Started Today

    Nolan Wilson
    8 Nov 2014 | 9:11 am
    Starting a blog can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few simple tips for beginners. Write About What You Know If you know a lot about food but have never fixed a car in your life, don’t write about car repair. This may seem fairly obvious, but a lot of bloggers write about what interests them (and that’s fine, if you’re educated on what interests you), and as a result their opinions are ill-informed and often simply incorrect. When you write about what you know, you will come across as an authority on the subject. Google specifically rewards three things when it…
  • 5 Social Media Mistakes to Avoid

    Nolan Wilson
    21 Oct 2014 | 3:33 pm
    We’ve talked about why social media is an important part of your inbound strategy (See Why You Can’t Ignore Social Media as Part of Your Inbound Strategy), and now we want to help you avoid some common social media mistakes. Learning what works for your brand can take time, but luckily we already know what definitely doesn’t work Plan Ahead We can’t stress enough how important it is to have a strategy for your social media campaign. Every brand looking to get social needs to understand their marketing goals, and tailor their actions to achieving those goals. Without goals, you will…
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    Internet Business Domination

  • Why Invest In A Home Business?

    Jon Harte
    2 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    Work At Home Business Opportunity – Why Invest In A Home Business Tired of having to wake up early just so you can avoid heavy traffic and arrive at your office before the clock says you are too early for the afternoon session? There might be a solution to that but it takes guts, talent and lots of hard work and determination. You can avoid all the negative things associated with going to the office everyday by investing in a home based business. As the term denotes, a home based business refers to a business venture that is based right in the comforts of your home. Most people dream of…
  • You Can Advertise Your Home Business Free

    Jon Harte
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    The idea of marketing a home business may scare some people, simply due to the high costs involved with home business advertising. However, there are plenty of ways to promote your home business without breaking the bank. Here are just a few: 1. Get Free Press Any time your home business has some type of accomplishment or sponsors a contest or event, try to think in terms of newspaper articles, etc. Use any and every fitting opportunity to send an article to the local newspaper, mentioning your home business and home business related happenings. Make the home business article short and…
  • What is eMarketing?

    Jon Harte
    16 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    How is it better than traditional Marketing? Marketing has pretty much been around forever in one form or another. Since the day when humans first started trading whatever it was that they first traded, marketing was there. Marketing was the stories they used to convince other humans to trade. Humans have come a long way since then, (Well, we like to think we have) and marketing has too. The methods of marketing have changed and improved, and we’ve become a lot more efficient at telling our stories and getting our marketing messages out there. eMarketing is the product of the meeting…
  • On-Page SEO Tactics

    Jon Harte
    10 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    On-Page SEO As there are many SEO tactics out there on the World Wide Web (Just do a search in Google), many of them just give you a one liner and make you do more research on the matter. I am going to do something different, I’m going to explain in detail each step in the checklist, not only that, I’m going to give you real world examples, so I better get started, there is a lot to cover, by the way, I’m making this so you do not have to go from one website to the other scrambling around anxiously looking for the answer. So if your ready, here we go. 1. Optimized Title and Description…
  • Identifying A Niche Market

    Jon Harte
    7 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    Is Identifying A Profitable Niche Market Hard? This page is dedicated to anyone who has ever found it difficult in identifying profitable niche markets. By all means no one said it would be easy, but it is the first crucial step you must take in determining your future success with any online business you are pursuing. So in all honesty in answering this question, yes, to identify a profitable niche market can be hard. What I’m about to explain though will loosen your load and help you make sense of it all so you’re not scrambling around with frustration. Identifying The Niche Audience…
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    Web Brain Infotech

  • Development in Mobile Application Leading To Strong Enterprise Mobility

    17 Dec 2014 | 10:10 am
    With the intimate relation between the advancement in smart phones and increasing business outputs, one should better understand the role of mobiles playing as bridges among the companies and their customers. Further, it is the most easily accessible source to different companies as can sit conveniently at one place and can reach many places. At present, there are different advanced versions of smart phones based on different operating systems like Android, Windows, and Blackberry etc. The customers require unique mobile applications that give them refined experiences. In this view, companies…
  • Giving Necessary Boost to ROI with Innovation in Digital World

    12 Dec 2014 | 3:49 am
    The prime goal for any organization in the world seeking escalating progression is to increase its Return on Investment and in order to achieve this; various innovative marketing strategies have been employed so far. Basically, the two broad categories of these include offline and online/ internet marketing and it has been observed that the latter is more effective in terms of cost as well as economics of the business. Thus, the online marketing has gained tremendous significance among corporate to accomplish their goals. With the recent advancement in the Digital world, one of the Latest…
  • Advancement in Technology Leads to Easy and Instant Access to Potential Customers

    11 Dec 2014 | 4:44 am
    In the rapidly developing competitive world, it is very imperative to reach to one’s potential customers with an easily accessible source at anytime when they require. Printing business information on papers, banners, pamphlets are some of the traditional approaches to do so. These modes require extensive sources and time which sometimes realized as waste of money and resources. In today’s digital world, clients are instantly accessible through their smart phones or one can say these smart phones acts as bridge between different companies and their clients. In this view, there are many…
  • Why Web Design Is Important Today?

    3 Dec 2014 | 3:22 am
    In the current business and professional world, having a website has become very essential. It not only contributes towards making an organization or individual popular but also brings in more business. Whenever a person comes across something, he tries to seek online help for knowing more about it. After googling more about the company or person, visitor likes to go to their website for collecting more details or rather for doing business. You can enhance your visibility through smart SEO tactics used by SEO Company in India but what if your website is not attractive enough for the visitor.
  • Is Bing Trying To Be Better Than Google?

    29 Nov 2014 | 12:38 am
    With the phrase “Search engine” the only word that pops in our mind is Google. It has become synonymous for each other. Clearly, there are a lot of search engines available on the web world, but we only think of googling things whenever we need some information or need to look for something online.Over a period of time, other search engines have been trying hard to give Google competition but hardly any of them made any impact on this search engine giant. However there is but one search engine that has been trying very hard to keep up with Google modifying, changing and introducing better…
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  • What is Omni-Channel Marketing?

    Gyles Seward
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:43 am
    There’s a new marketing term in town and it is sweeping across the nation as we speak. Spelled either omni channel, omnichannel or hyphenated as omni-channel, while the battle for the grammar is still being waged, the meaning of the term is clear. Omni means universal or all. Unlike multichannel which means many, or cross channel which means across channel, this is a clearly defined proposition unlike what has come before it. Omnichannel marketing is about creating a marketing message which transcends the boundaries of user’s experience whether through online, in store or mobile.
  • Ideas for mobile commerce

    Owen Radford
    17 Dec 2014 | 5:29 pm
    With the number of mobile devices increasing, mobile commerce is growing at a huge rate. However, there are still people who won’t buy goods through websites accessed on phones and tablets. Reasons range from hard to use mobile sites to a poor choice of payment options. If you want to do well on your e-commerce store, you need to think of some creative ways to make the process easier. Here are some tips for you to help boost your mobile sales. Swipe Accept/Reject Tinder has started a swipe craze, and it has caught the eye of the world of e-commerce. Users can be presented with one item…
  • Google Releases its Top 10 Searches of 2014

    Owen Radford
    17 Dec 2014 | 5:38 am
    It’s that time of the year again, where Google releases its top ten searches of the year. Here we’ll bring you both the American and Global ones for comparison. Unfortunately it makes for rather depressing reading, making both lists this year are Robin Williams, Ebola, Malaysia Airlines and ISIS. The lists are largely similar – even with respect to the positioning of the various items. The only difference is that Ukraine and Ferguson were in the US top ten, whereas globally we saw Conchita Wurst and Sochi Olympics chart instead.   Those charts in full: US trending searches 2014…
  • Facebook Ditches Bing to Develop its Own Proprietary Search Tech

    Gyles Seward
    16 Dec 2014 | 7:17 am
    Rather suddenly over the last few days, Facebook has removed the ability to see Bing results within a Facebook search. This has been dropped in favour of using its own search technology and just bringing results from within the Facebook ecosystem. Presumably this helps to keep eyes on the website and therefore on the adverts too. Perhaps Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t see the need for other results. He’s previously bragged about getting “1 billion queries a day and we’re not even trying.”. There are other reports suggesting he thinks Facebook searching could supersede web searches one day.
  • Spanish Anti Google Group: Don’t go!

    Owen Radford
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:53 am
    Recently we reported on Google’s decision to shutter Google News in Spain. The new Spanish copyright laws would have forced them to pay publishers for featuring any content – even just headlines – in their service. Google claimed that they were closing the service in response to this as it isn’t monetised. The latest development in this spat is that AEDE, the anti-Google lobby group that represents Spanish publishers, now wants to stop Google News leaving Spain. I’m not quite sure how they expect the government to do this for them, short of significant changes to the new laws, which…
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    eCommerce Web Design - Web Developer - Magento - Amazon Webstore - CRM Developer | Gowebbaby

  • Avoid top 5 commonly made Ecommerce Holiday Mistakes

    16 Dec 2014 | 9:34 pm
    An ecommerce owner knows what’s coming up is the peak ecommerce sales time of the year. But high ecommerce sales potential also indicates higher investments and hence, higher risk. Here are the top 5 commonly made holiday season ecommerce mistakes an ecommerce owner must watch out for. Ecommerce Holiday Mistake 1: Differentiating Advertising & Marketing The most common ecommerce holiday mistake is separating online marketing strategy from advertising expenditures. During holiday season as ecommerce market potential increase so does competition. As an ecommerce owner you can’t afford…
  • 3 new ecommerce strategies for driving web traffic to your ecommerce website

    14 Dec 2014 | 9:14 pm
    Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Pay-Per-Click adwords, Content Marketing and online advertisement are commonly used marketing strategies. All of them are effectively driving web traffic to ecommerce websites but is it enough? No. It is never enough in ecommerce dynamic environment you have to work every day to be better. Here are the THREE secret ecommerce marketing strategies which are tested for driving web traffic to your ecommerce website and boosting their ecommerce conversion rate: Related: Top 5 problems in your eCommerce store hacking your profits Mobility…
  • Your Own Online Shopping Store? Top 6 Indicators

    12 Dec 2014 | 9:14 pm
    Most online start up begin start up with a store on Amazon, Etsy or eBay but there is point when you must move on to your own online shopping store. While you are busy working hard on offering the best to your customers, there is a chance of easing profits to your ecommerce line by moving on to your own online shopping store. Here are top six pointers to determine whether it is time the right time start your own online shopping store. 1.     Expenses are high because of Webstore fees In comparison to other business Amazon webstore, eBay store and others seem like they are eating up all…
  • Principle Strategies for an ecommerce startup- Part 2

    10 Dec 2014 | 9:10 pm
    You have learned some essentials from principle strategies for an ecommerce startup. While you have already prepared  where and how to launch your ecommerce website, an important decision comes with how to promote and deliver your products. In the following post you will learn more about principle strategies for an ecommerce startup focusing on Marketing, Branding, and Procedure of running an ecommerce store. Marketing and Branding:Principle Strategies for an ecommerce startup- Marketing your startup is the first preview of your Online Shoppe in the market. You can’t go wrong as long you…
  • Principle Strategies for an ecommerce startup- Part 1

    8 Dec 2014 | 9:10 pm
    Innovative business ideas always have a potential market despite the economic conditions. While major companies lose their profits during recession and depression periods some new ecommerce companies grow in the market. An entrepreneur with a workable innovative idea tailored according to customers’ need can download benefits from starting his online store. In last few decades, ecommerce grew exponentially because of its global coverage, lower inventory costs and high growth rate. Wondering how you can do this with limited investments for your ecommerce startup? Here you can find out: How…
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    FreshMail » Blog

  • Christmas present for every marketer! (infographic)

    Elżbieta Wróbel
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:35 am
    December is a time of presents, wishes and positive energy. That’s why we would like to give something to you too! Take a look at what you can find under the FreshMail Christmas tree: Festive Designer package: We have added over 100 December graphics to FreshMail Designer. Among others you will find snowmen, Christmas trees, snowflakes and Santa of course! Christmas templates that you can easily adjust to your needs, personalize the wishes and send to your recipients who for sure will be happy that you have remembered them. Christmas newsletter must-haves! This is an infographic that…
  • Autoresponders are here! Are you ready to use them?

    Artur Dąbrowski
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:14 am
    Along with the most updated version of FreshMail we have also introduced a great new autoresponder function. Now you can improve the quality of your relationship with your subscribers and all in an automated way that doesn’t require your constant attention. How does all of this work? Read on. So your first question might be… What is an autoresponder? An autoresponder is a message that is set up in the system once (after you define its form and content) and that is sent later automatically by the system without any action required from you. Messages are sent automatically in response to…
  • New from FreshMail – cyclical campaigns that automate your email marketing

    Paulina Pacek
    2 Dec 2014 | 2:04 am
    On of the great new features in FreshMail 6.0 is the possibility to set up a cyclical campaign. This function was used in a previous version of FreshMail and it’s back by popular demand. As the name suggests, this function enables you to set up a regular campaign using your mailing list. Select a time that’s convenient for you, and the system will download a newsletter template from a URL address that you provide and then send a campaign automatically. You only have to set up the parameters of the campaign once and then the system does all the work for you. When you can use it Anytime you…
  • Updated, expanded, faster and easier – FreshMail Designer 2.0 is here!

    Paweł Sala
    1 Dec 2014 | 2:38 am
    In the 13 months since the premier of FreshMail Designer we have gathered a great amount of feedback and opinions about how we can improve it in order to enable you to create beautiful email marketing campaigns even more easily and effectively. Today we are proud to present the new, improved and faster FreshMail Designer 2.0. The most important changes in FreshMail Designer 2.0 Updated layout and increased dependability We have listened to the suggestions of our users and have used that input to make some improvements to FreshMail Designer. These include a faster, more responsive user…
  • Google Inbox is coming! What is it and what does it mean for you?

    Elżbieta Wróbel
    28 Nov 2014 | 5:56 am
    Everyone in email marketing needs to know about Google’s latest innovation. This is the first in a two-part series taking a look at the changes that are coming to the way Gmail works and how Inbox might influence the way you communicate with your subscribers. Good news for email marketing. Google has recently come up with the new Inbox app to be used both on mobile devices and with Chrome. The idea behind this app is that it presents the contents of your regular inbox in a new, organized way, also adding some original and helpful features. One of the primary new options is the ability to…
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  • 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra

    15 Dec 2014 | 12:33 am
    The post 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra appeared first on Palchoice. Man quest is always to learn new things. But we can learn so many new things from our ancient history also. The ancient text is full of wisdom quotes and text. They can teach us how to live a wonderful life. Recently I completed reading the ancient Indian text panchtantra. I tell you this book [...] The post 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra appeared first on Palchoice.
  • 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you

    28 Nov 2014 | 10:21 am
    The post 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you appeared first on Palchoice.   Why is there  so much fuss about waking up early in the morning? Why your mother keep on pestering you from the day you started your school to get up early in the morning? What’s so magical about getting up early in the morning? Let’s get it clear that every person is different. Some [...] The post 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you appeared first on Palchoice.
  • top 9 famous quotes of chanakya

    23 Nov 2014 | 12:39 am
    The post top 9 famous quotes of chanakya appeared first on Palchoice. Chanakya was an acclaimed Indian teacher, philosopher, and royal advisor. A professor of economics and political science at the ancient Takshashila University, Chanakya is widely credited for having played the most important role in the establishment of the Maurya Empire. Maurya empire was the first empire in archaeologically recorded history to rule most of the Indian subcontinent. [...] The post top 9 famous quotes of chanakya appeared first on Palchoice.
  • 7 ways to motivate yourself for studies

    17 Nov 2014 | 6:55 am
    The post 7 ways to motivate yourself for studies appeared first on Palchoice. Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself for studies? Or do you want to find the ways to motivate your children for studies? If your answer is yes to above questions then I think you are landed on the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the practical things [...] The post 7 ways to motivate yourself for studies appeared first on Palchoice.
  • Walking lesson: learn to walk really?

    12 Nov 2014 | 11:35 am
    The post Walking lesson: learn to walk really? appeared first on Palchoice. Since I was working continuously sitting in front of the computer my mother was forcing me to go for a walk in the park. I also needed a break so I decided to go for an evening walk and get refreshed. But this evening walk turn out to be very fruitful for me in more [...] The post Walking lesson: learn to walk really? appeared first on Palchoice.
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  • 6 Clever Ways To Use Flexible Bid Strategies

    Brandt Whiting
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:42 pm
    Bend or twist, these flexible bid strategies can help reach your PPC goals, fast! Flexible bid strategies automatically set bids to optimize your performance goals across specific campaigns, ad groups, and keywords. This puts Google in the driver seat over your PPC bid management (which can be a good and bad thing). Flexible bid strategies are great for improving performance The post 6 Clever Ways To Use Flexible Bid Strategies appeared first on Disruptive Advertising.
  • Why Most Landing Page Testimonials Hurt Conversion Rates

    Andrew Maliwauki
    14 Dec 2014 | 2:29 pm
    Could your landing page testimonials be what’s holding you back? Does your landing page have trust issues? Maybe your offer sounds too good to be true (“eat this genetically-engineered mutant strawberry and never forget anything ever again!”) or you have a brand new e-commerce product that needs some customer reviews. Whatever the service or focus of your business, testimonials are The post Why Most Landing Page Testimonials Hurt Conversion Rates appeared first on Disruptive Advertising.
  • Why You Shouldn’t Use Dynamic Landing Pages For PPC

    Andrew Warren
    11 Dec 2014 | 12:35 pm
    Here’s the “other” side of dynamic landing pages Before I go and tell you why I wouldn’t recommend using Dynamic Landing Pages, I want to make sure you know exactly what they are, how they can be used, and the impact they can have on your PPC campaigns. I don’t want to be known as the guy who makes unjustified The post Why You Shouldn’t Use Dynamic Landing Pages For PPC appeared first on Disruptive Advertising.
  • Making The Most Of The AdWords Dimensions Tab

    John Thuet
    4 Dec 2014 | 4:31 pm
    The AdWords Dimensions Tab can help bring your PPC optimization out of this world AdWords, like most Google products and services, has many facets that are designed to help you get a better look into your data to make educated decisions. Sometimes to dive deeper, you may need to know a thing or two about AdWords. Here are a few The post Making The Most Of The AdWords Dimensions Tab appeared first on Disruptive Advertising.
  • 20 AdWords Audit Things To Look For In An AdWords Account

    Jenny Holt
    29 Nov 2014 | 1:09 pm
    Sit back and relax. This 20 point AdWords Audit checklist will have you getting results in no time So you’re either about to perform an AdWords audit on your own or someone else’s account, or maybe you’re looking for things to ask when asking someone else to do an AdWords audit on your account. Confused? That’s okay. I’m here to The post 20 AdWords Audit Things To Look For In An AdWords Account appeared first on Disruptive Advertising.
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  • Your Twitter Marketing Strategy Just Went Horribly Wrong: Part 1

    Veronica Taylor
    15 Dec 2014 | 2:14 am
    Uh oh… you just made a huge mistake on Twitter. #EpicFail. #WorstTweetEver. #Doh. You may have deleted the message, but it has already been retweeted and commented on and spread around. You can’t just sweep this one under the rug. So what do you do now? Begin the damage control and ensure that the same mistake is not repeated in the future. If you have ever made a mistake with your Twitter marketing strategy, rest assured that you’re not alone! We’ve included a few famous Twitter flubs by big brands and celebrities to show what can go wrong and how it can be fixed. 1.
  • How to Fail at Ski Resort Advertising

    Veronica Taylor
    12 Dec 2014 | 11:39 am
    This winter, you don’t want your ski resort to make money. You don’t want to put any effort into your advertising campaigns. And you definitely don’t want the resort guests who do come to return again next year. We’re going to show you all the mistakes you can make with your ski resort advertising and the potential pitfalls of not connecting with your customers. Don’t connect with skiers on social media. Use only email marketing. Almost every business emails its customers. By relying on email advertising alone, you ensure that your messages stand a good chance of…
  • Risks and Rewards of Social Media Hospitality Marketing Strategies

    Veronica Taylor
    9 Dec 2014 | 2:18 am
    Social media attention for your hospitality business can boost your success and gain you new customers. Or it can blow up in your face if you don’t know how to manage your social media presence. There are some common hospitality marketing mistakes that you need to look out for. There are also lots of social media strategies to take advantage of in order to gain a greater reach for your messages. The Risks Risk 1: If customers have a bad experience with your hospitality business, they will often take to social media to talk about it. This is a risk, as it may turn some potential…
  • Why Your Readers are Not Engaging with Your Emails: Part 1

    Veronica Taylor
    8 Dec 2014 | 6:42 am
    Maybe your email campaigns are not going exactly as you had hoped. You lack the responses and clickthroughs that would increase your revenue consistently over time. Or maybe your email campaigns used to be more effective but over time you have lost subscribers and open rates have dropped. We’ve made a list of potential email issues to look out for in your campaigns. The critical reason your emails are not gaining the interaction of your subscribers may be listed below. 1. Your subject line doesn’t capture attention. The subject line is generally the first part of your email that…
  • 5 Ways to Effectively Spread the Holiday Cheer on Social Media

    Veronica Taylor
    4 Dec 2014 | 2:07 am
    Who has time for social media over the holidays?! Businesses are so busy during the holiday season that social media is often overlooked. Customers, however, check social media all throughout the holidays to find exclusive deals, enter contests, share stories and view photos and videos. By this time, most of your holiday marketing campaigns should be planned out and activated. But there’s still time to schedule social media posts for this month. Use your social media pages to drive sales and increase engagement over the holidays. If you want to make the most of your time so you can…
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  • Make Money Online Easy and Realistic Ways

    Soumen Siddhanta
    19 Dec 2014 | 11:19 pm
    Make Money Online Easy and Realistic Ways, monetary independence is something lots of entrepreneurs are looking for. The reality is that more individuals are turning away from being employed to being their own managers to appreciate some monetary independence. This isn’t that difficult to do considering the net has made things more easy for companies [...] Make Money Online Easy and Realistic Ways is a post fromSoumenSiddhanta dot com
  • Do you know the best business to begin at 2015 for budding entrepreneurs?

    Soumen Siddhanta
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:36 pm
    Do you know the best business to begin at 2015 for budding entrepreneurs? During the last couple of years, economic conditions have been quite demanding for conventional company owners. Company owners still needed to pay the rents, mortgages and staff as the sales of goods and services dropped dramatically. Traditional business owners make an effort [...] Do you know the best business to begin at 2015 for budding entrepreneurs? is a post fromSoumenSiddhanta dot com
  • Make Money Online Just Invest Your Time

    Soumen Siddhanta
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:58 pm
    Make Money Online Just Invest Your Time, lots of folks are expecting to eventually become rich one day only by what they bring in online, or want to make a little extra cash online. Most of those folks don’t have any cash available to invest and have by investing time to make it just. Yes, [...] Make Money Online Just Invest Your Time is a post fromSoumenSiddhanta dot com
  • Ways To Expand Your Email Subscriber List

    Soumen Siddhanta
    19 Dec 2014 | 1:32 am
    Businesses are finding out that they need to market in a selection of channels. It’s no longer enough to only stick with the practice ways. If you would like to build up your business online, you’ve got to use the digital approach. One such techniques is by promoting thru emails. If you’d like some suggestions [...] Ways To Expand Your Email Subscriber List is a post fromSoumenSiddhanta dot com
  • 6 Ways to Earning Money On the Internet

    Soumen Siddhanta
    18 Dec 2014 | 1:58 am
    In case your routine income isn’t enough to satisfy your expenses, earning money on the internet is a fantastic choice. The most effective thing about earning money on the internet is that you aren’t confined by office timings. Actually, with on-line cash making techniques, you can comfortably create your income depending completely on your own [...] 6 Ways to Earning Money On the Internet is a post fromSoumenSiddhanta dot com
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  • Tips: How to increase fan engagement on Facebook

    19 Dec 2014 | 4:46 am
    Without the attention of your fans, Facebook can become one of the most boring social media marketing platforms of all times. When getting in to Facebook marketing, you should remember that there are thousands of pages being created each day, all of which are targeted towards the same audience you want to reach. So, in case you miss out on making your fans happy, they will quickly turn to other pages for this. Simply put, engaging your fans means posting something attractive and interesting that it catches their eye and encourages them consciously and subconsciously, to engage you. However,…
  • List of Top Social Media Influencers You Should Not Ignore

    18 Dec 2014 | 1:58 am
    To be successful with the social media for business marketing, it is important to identify and follow influencers / experts in that field who can guide you, update you and explain to you some of the terms and uses of the different social networks to ensure your quick success. Such authority figures also inspire us to come up with productive social media strategies that help us to win fans, engage them and market to them effectively, increasing our brand awareness. They make it easy for us to get shortcuts to success with our social media management efforts. They also provide us with great…
  • Simple But Powerful Strategies For Boosting Engagement In Social Media

    14 Oct 2014 | 4:42 am
    You can consider your social media marketing efforts to be fruitful only when there are signs of user engagement. If you are blindly going to make regular posts in the social media sites without assessing whether your posts are engaging the users or not, then you are probably wasting your resources. You need to know what types of efforts are working and what efforts are not working so that you can improve upon the effectiveness of your social media efforts. Here are some simple but powerful strategies for boosting engagement in social media. #1 Use images in your social media updates. A…
  • How To Use Twitter Search To Find Right Audience?

    13 Oct 2014 | 2:33 am
    There are more than 620 million active users in Twitter. Millions of tweets and retweets are made daily. Millions of new connections are made daily within Twitter platform. This is one of the most powerful and most active social media platforms on the web. Twitter in the right hands can prove to be a haven of new leads. How effectively are you using Twitter to generate leads for your business? Most people fail to tap the fullest potential of Twitter in finding the right audience and in generating good business leads. Here are the steps to find your audience through Twitter search. #1 Twitter…
  • How To Understand Your Audience Through Twitter Analytics – Infographics

    9 Oct 2014 | 3:16 am
    Definations Engagement Retweet Mentions and @Replies Favorites Hashtags Impressions Engagements Engagement Rate Twitter Engagement Formula Engagement = Retweets + Replies + Mentions + Favorites What does Engagement means: It is the one to one interaction of your audience via retweets, replies, mentions and favorites. How is Engagement Calculated The number of Engagements (clicks, retweets, replies, follows and favorites) divided by the total number of Impressions. @Replies: When use talks to your brand on the Twitter timeline by using your twitter handle at the beginning of the tweet.
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  • 3 Simple Ways to Get More Love to your Newsletter

    Leah Fairman
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:00 pm
    With the whole social craze and its offspring coined “social selling”, many business owners get tripped up into thinking that social media is a replacement for email marketing.  Not so.  Your email list is still one of the most important aspects of your business.  Email marketing has not (and I believe will not any time soon) gone by the wayside.  In fact, the key to a good email marketing campaign and one that gets more love to your newsletters is a measure of several factors.  If you’ve experienced a total break up with your subscribers or you are scaring your potential…
  • 7 Steps to LinkedIn Success

    Erin Sweeney
    11 Dec 2014 | 6:24 pm
    Step 1Remember, first impressions are lasting. LinkedIn is not just an online resume. It is a place to build your brand. Make sure your profile is complete. Showing what you’ve done in the past will show others what you can do in the future. Use a professional photo for your profile picture. In many cases, a Google search will land a potential connection on your LinkedIn profile. Make sure the minute someone lands on your profile, they are seeing you at your best. Step 2Write a compelling headline. It’s one of the first things people will notice when they visit your profile.
  • 3 Simple Things All New Twitter Users Should Do

    Brent Jones
    27 Nov 2014 | 5:17 am
    If you just created a new Twitter account, you probably are faced with the same challenge most users first encounter – how to get more followers. This is especially true if you are creating a Twitter account to promote your business. The key to building an engaged and successful following on Twitter is to attract users who are interested in your content, products or services. That can be very easy to do if you have a large budget available for advertising. If not, don’t worry. There are a number of free strategies you can use to build your following, as long as you’re willing to invest…
  • Twitter Marketing – 11 Twitter Marketing Techniques You Can Use Today

    Abel Premnath
    18 Nov 2014 | 9:28 am
    In this brief article I’m going to share with you some of the great benefits of using twitter plus I’ll share a few tips you can use today to improve your twitter effectiveness. Right here it goes! Benefits Of Twitter Targeting: Reach users who have actively chosen to follow you for updates and want to hear from your brand. Get your message in front of users with similar interests to your current followers to extend your reach with the audience most likely to engage Pin your Promoted Tweets to the top of Search results and connect with users proactively searching for specific keywords and…
  • Getting Your First 1,000 Twitter Followers

    Liz Evangelatos
    4 Nov 2014 | 7:35 am
    I setup up my Twitter account in early 2009. Every once in a while I’d go back and look at it. Hmmm…I couldn’t figure out if no one was talking to me, or if everybody was talking to me. As a marketer, I know the first rule with any marketing campaign is to outline your objectives and create a strategy to achieve those objectives. So in early 2014, as I sat and looked at the two followers I had since 2009 (two friends that had forgotten they had Twitter accounts), I thought it’s time I got serious about this Twitter thing. I not only got serious, but as of this writing, I have over…
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  • Common Roadblocks to Digital Marketing Success

    Catherine Brock
    19 Dec 2014 | 3:58 pm
    A recent article on laid out four steps to digital marketing success. Developing a successful digital marketing strategy is as simple as: Identifying your target audience. Developing your business goals. Designing and implementing a strategy for meeting those goals. Monitoring your chosen strategy. I agree with all of the above, excepting the use of the word “simple.” In reality, even savvy business leaders struggle with identifying the target audience and developing business goals. And if those two pieces aren’t sorted out in detail, the resulting strategy and…
  • 5 Digital Marketing Goals for 2015

    Catherine Brock
    12 Dec 2014 | 12:46 pm
    Marketers are churning out 2015 digital marketing predictions like crazy right now. But how do those prophecies relate to you and your business? Most digital marketers in 2015 will not be leading the pack — instead, they’ll be striving to stay focused and keep up. If you’re hustling a digital marketing strategy with limited resources and lots of upside, here are five realistic digital marketing goals you can accomplish in the coming year. Focus on the social channels that are working Social media channels are going through the same evolution that search went through several years ago.
  • 5 Ways to Hire the Wrong SEO Company

    Catherine Brock
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Do a quick search for “SEO statistics” and you’ll see some compelling evidence that anyone with a website should be concerned with SEO. According to Search Engine Journal (April, 2012), SEO leads have a 14.6% close rate, but the close rate for traditional print and direct mail advertising is closer to 2%. Business 2 Community (September, 2013) says that pages in the top three ranking positions get roughly 60% of the clicks for that search. ComScore reports that in one month (January, 2011), 67 million search clicks were driven by “what is” queries such as “what is refinancing?”…
  • Funny Lies I’ve Heard from SEO Providers

    Catherine Brock
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    About a week ago, Kerry Dean published an article on Search Engine Land titled, SEO: The O is for Outing. Dean’s request to the SEO community was to start working together and stop outing each other. I don’t disagree with Dean, but…sometimes you hear an SEO story that’s so ridiculous, it begs to be repeated. And so, because it’s Friday, I have a few of those funny SEO quotes to share. Here’s my disclaimer. I largely work in an industry (to remain unnamed) in which clients hire multiple SEO vendors and let them fight it out amongst themselves. So I’ve had my share of interactions…
  • B2B SEO for Non-Technical Marketers

    Catherine Brock
    19 Nov 2014 | 7:25 am
    First, I promise to remain true to my title. I will not talk about anchor text or alt attributes or anything else you might consider technical. My goal here is to give you a non-technical B2B SEO action plan that’s completely manageable for the novice marketer. Search engines are looking for answers For the sake of context, let’s touch on why search engines exist. Search engines are designed to connect people with the information they need. Naturally, the quality of this service depends on the quality of the results. Google, Bing and Yahoo seek to provide the very best results possible.
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    On Blast Blog

  • HTML5 Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need and More

    Matt Banner
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:39 am
    In this day and age, the more knowledge you posses the more power you can wield. With a blogging platform like WordPress and grasp of HTML language, the possibilities for you my friend are endless. I took some time to put together a comprehensive list of HTML5 cheat sheets for beginners you can easily reference […] The post HTML5 Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need and More appeared first on On Blast Blog.
  • The Blogger’s Bible: 15 Must Read Blogs

    Matt Banner
    12 Dec 2014 | 8:39 am
    We’ve all heard the phrase “practice makes perfect”, and while it may seem like an overused phrase, it certainly applies here. Allow me to elaborate… Blogging is a skill that can only be mastered by constantly growing and improving. You may be an absolute blogging prodigy, but you’ll never find your true potential unless you […] The post The Blogger’s Bible: 15 Must Read Blogs appeared first on On Blast Blog.
  • Top Blogging Tools For the Blogger’s Soul

    Matt Banner
    1 Dec 2014 | 2:59 pm
    “Blogging isn’t just a hobby, or a career. It’s a lifestyle…” … as I’m sure most of you reading this have discovered. If blogging isn’t the first thing you think about when you wake up and the last thing you think about when you go to sleep, then you’re not doing it right. You can […] The post Top Blogging Tools For the Blogger’s Soul appeared first on On Blast Blog.
  • 35 WordPress SEO Tips to Succeed In Blogging

    Matt Banner
    18 Nov 2014 | 4:54 pm
    Search Engine Optimization is something that’s on the mind of every blogger out there, but truly understanding it, is a task that is far easier said than done. With that being said, welcome to the ultimate resource for WordPress SEO tips this side of a Tibetan monk who understands the mind of Google (I’m fairly […] The post 35 WordPress SEO Tips to Succeed In Blogging appeared first on On Blast Blog.
  • WordPress Cheat Sheet: Your Source for Quick Tips

    Matt Banner
    13 Nov 2014 | 8:43 pm
    So, you’re using WordPress right? and you’re looking for an easy to read (and updated) cheat sheet for 2014 and beyond? Well, I’ve got just the thing for you. I’ve spent the last few weeks putting together these charts and tables to help you along your blogging adventures through WordPress.           […] The post WordPress Cheat Sheet: Your Source for Quick Tips appeared first on On Blast Blog.
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    Email Marketing Tips

  • 3 Small Message Editor Updates That Make a Big Difference

    Kristen Dunleavy
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:01 am
    What’s your biggest email marketing obstacle? If time is your issue, you’re not alone. Lucky for you, these Message Editor updates were created to help you get beautiful emails out the door fast. Here are a few cool things you can do with the new and improved Message Editor. Style your emails your way If you’ve ever edited a Word document, you can create an email newsletter. The standardized font toolbar is the same one you’ll find in most word processors, so formatting and styling emails is ridiculously easy. Need to switch up your content fast? You can click into any content…
  • Webinars for Small Businesses: Your Checklist for Success

    Kristen Dunleavy
    16 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    There’s a reason why 62 percent of marketers use webinars – well, there’s a few of them. They’re cost-effective, convenient and arguably the most engaging way for small businesses to educate new and prospective customers. But hosting a webinar isn’t easy, especially if you’re new to the game. These tricks will put you and your small business on the road to creating AWesome webinars. Plan ahead Webinars require a lot of planning. First, think about logistics. Choose a webinar platform you can trust (more on that later) and get cozy with it. You’ll need to know it inside and…
  • Creating a DIY Digital Marketing Plan for Your Small Business

    Monica Montesa
    12 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    As a small business owner, you want to make sure you’re in the best position to attract new customers. One of the best ways to do so? By kickstarting a digital marketing plan. Online marketing is more than just signing up for Facebook and creating a website (although those are two important aspects of it!). It’s also a great way to promote your business without breaking the bank (i.e. no more roadside billboards) and can be easily measured. Already having palpitations over the thought of starting a digital marketing plan? Fortunately, it’s less complicated than you think.
  • Overcoming Common Email Marketing Obstacles

    Monica Montesa
    11 Dec 2014 | 10:17 am
    If you’re having more trouble with email marketing than you anticipated, that’s okay. You’re not the only one. From difficulty growing your email subscriber list to not having enough time to create an engaging follow up series, the challenges are abundant. To help you get over some of the most common email marketing obstacles, here are some tips to keep in mind: When you have no time: If you’re a one-person show or the ringleader of a small troupe, prioritizing your responsibilities and managing your time is essential to success. But make sure email marketing is at the…
  • Now Available: Custom Email Templates

    Monica Montesa
    8 Dec 2014 | 1:20 pm
    Building an email marketing template from scratch is no easy feat — unless you’re a pro coder, of course. That’s why we provide our customers with an easy-to-use message editor and a collection of over 700 free pre-designed HTML email templates to make sending emails effortless. While these features can help you build an awesome email template, we understand there are times when you simply need a little more. Maybe you’d like to change a color scheme or get a template that complements your brand or website. Whatever it is, we know you have specific email marketing…
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    Advertising Hacker » Blog

  • What a Social Advertising Consultant Taught Me About Online Dating

    Jonathan Ng
    2 Dec 2014 | 5:35 am
    You need to approach online dating like you approach social media ads to maximize your chances of getting a date. Your success will primarily be dependent on your understanding of the ecosystem along with the skill and effort you apply. 1.) Identify the Bottleneck Your online dating profile needs to take people through a series of steps before […] The post What a Social Advertising Consultant Taught Me About Online Dating appeared first on Advertising Hacker.
  • PPC Advertising is Surprisingly Similar to Getting a First Date

    Jonathan Ng
    3 Nov 2014 | 5:02 pm
    The steps an advertiser takes people through in order for a campaign to be successful are similar to the same steps a guy takes a woman through in order to get a first date. Grab ATTENTION In order to get a first date, the first thing a guy needs to do is get the right […] The post PPC Advertising is Surprisingly Similar to Getting a First Date appeared first on Advertising Hacker.
  • Stop Viewing Domain Names as “Just an Address”

    Jonathan Ng
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:39 pm
    Have you ever tried buying a domain name for your business?  Chances are that the best domain name was already registered and is being used by someone else or the owner wasn’t willing to sell it at a reasonable price so you kept looking and found that the available alternatives just weren’t as good. It’s not a .com, […] The post Stop Viewing Domain Names as “Just an Address” appeared first on Advertising Hacker.
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  • Top 20 Tips How To Increase Blog Traffic

    Timothy James
    26 Nov 2014 | 1:24 am
    20 Tactics How To Increase Blog Traffic Today Lack of blog traffic is one of the most common challenges I hear from business owners. Many report having lost a significant percentage of their search traffic over the past year or two, and are continuously looking for new ways to drive relevant traffic to their site. I hear a... Read More The post Top 20 Tips How To Increase Blog Traffic appeared first on Top tips marketing website traffic.
  • Uncensored Forum Marketing Strategy To Increase Web Traffic

    Timothy James
    16 Nov 2014 | 6:13 am
    In this article, I will tell you how to be successful in forum marketing and significantly increase web traffic. Remember I don’t like black hat a lot. A little black hat is OK. However, always focus on white hat Did you get stuck with forum strategy like this: You use a lot of time to... Read More The post Uncensored Forum Marketing Strategy To Increase Web Traffic appeared first on Top tips marketing website traffic.
  • Dominate Google: Increase Website Traffic With Feeder Sites

    Timothy James
    15 Nov 2014 | 10:40 am
    Do you want to be the rank 1-10 for your long-tail keywords on Google? You try a lot but everything is not effective? Let me guess, did you try plenty of ways and nothing happens? It’s because you Don’t focus on small amount of keywords. In this article, I will write about the power of feeder sites and strategy... Read More The post Dominate Google: Increase Website Traffic With Feeder Sites appeared first on Top tips marketing website traffic.
  • Big Picture Of Backlinks: What Are Backlinks?

    Timothy James
    14 Nov 2014 | 8:03 pm
    You perhaps heard about backlinks a lot. Backlinks are chosen by many marketers to improve website traffic, page rank of any websites. If your website don’t have many backlinks, good luck to you next time. You need to increase more backlinks to your site from now. You need to know what are backlinks? When you start build... Read More The post Big Picture Of Backlinks: What Are Backlinks? appeared first on Top tips marketing website traffic.
  • How To Get Quality Backlinks Submit to Directories With 2 Simple Steps

    Timothy James
    12 Nov 2014 | 8:41 pm
    From the time Google changes their Rank algorithms, many website immediately gets out of the top 10 Google search and there’s no way to get back to the top position again. However, the interesting things is: many best internet marketer and blogger agree that BACKLINKS WILL NEVER DIE Why? Many search engine tips and even my mentors... Read More The post How To Get Quality Backlinks Submit to Directories With 2 Simple Steps appeared first on Top tips marketing website traffic.
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    EBusiness Examiner

  • Goodbye Affiliate Marketing! – 7 Ways To Create Your Own EPIC Product

    30 Nov 2014 | 6:25 am
    Affiliate marketing is often seen as an attractive way to make a few bucks online. This is primarily because someone has already done all of the hard work for you!   The product has already been created and all you have to do is drive traffic to your affiliate links to make the sale!  Simple right? ….. WRONG. Let’s face it – even if you started out thinking that it would be easy to drive traffic to your affiliate product, I am sure that it did not take you long to realise that it is hard to get good quality traffic / potential customers.  You are spending hours a day trying to…
  • How to Grow Your Blog from 0 to 20,000 Visitors A Month

    12 Nov 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Hi There! Nadine Douglas here. One of the biggest questions that most bloggers have is how to get more visitors to their site.  Let’s face it – you can have the best blog ever but if no one is visiting it, you might as well not bother!  So how can maximise your blogging efforts? If you want to actually create a business out of your blog here are the 2 main areas you should be focussing on: 1.) Creating Valuable and Helpful Content Write Eye-Catching, Informative Posts If you want to stand out from the crowd of ever increasing bloggers, your content needs to be top notch.  It should be…
  • Quickest Way To Make Money Online

    9 Nov 2014 | 1:56 pm
    Hi All! So I have been thinking of ways which helped me realise that I actually could make money online. One of the best ways that I have made any money is through product creation.   Now before you start panicking and thinking that you could never create a fancy online product, I am here to tell you that you can.  See, the thing is, most people over complicate product creation.  They think you need some big fancy product which is gonna take months to develop and thousands to create.  Well that is simply not true. Product creation can be much easier than you think.  All you need to do…
  • How I Returned To Blogging After Becoming A Parent

    7 Nov 2014 | 4:47 am
    Hi All, It has been a long time!   I would like to say that I am thrilled to be back blogging again.  I became a parent earlier in the year and took some time off, it has been great and I love being a mum!  But now it is back to work! I must admit, that after having quite a few months off it has been hard to get my motivation back and I am sure I am not the only one who has struggled with this.  Here are a few tips if you have struggled to keep on top of your blog posts. 1.) Set yourself a deadline It can be very easy to keep putting off starting again but give your self a deadline and…
  • Is Social Media Getting You Down?

    16 Jan 2014 | 6:16 am
    Are you tired of trying so hard to get results for your social media platforms, only to realise that the vast majority of your efforts seem to be futile?  No one is liking your facebook page or following you on twitter?  You feel like you are doing everything right, posting regularly, posting quality content but yet you are getting nowhere.  Well, you are definitely not the only one!  Receiving any credit from social media platforms can be so disappointing and depressing at times, so what can we do to get the results that we really deserve?  Check out these tips below: 1.)  Set Your…
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  • Ideal Length of a Facebook Post

    Brent Jones
    19 Dec 2014 | 3:13 am
    Bigger isn’t always better. When it comes to the ideal length of a Facebook post, more engagement and interaction tends to occur on shorter posts. The objective is to keep your post brief enough to be easily readable while engaging enough to encourage interaction. The same principle applies on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and YouTube. Here is the optimal length of a post on five different social networks, beginning with Facebook: Facebook The ideal length of a Facebook post is 40 characters. Two different studies found that optimal engagement on a Facebook post occurs when it contains 40…
  • How to Get a Ton of Referrals

    Brent Jones
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:06 am
    Certainly a salesperson that is willing to get creative and work hard can grow his or her business through any number of sources. But for as long as I have been selling, my preferred method of generating new business has always been referrals. There are four simple reasons why I consider referrals to be the best source of business: Leads generated through referrals tend to be more trusting and qualified. Referral business generally has a very low cost of acquisition, if any. If done properly, referral programs can reward existing clients. Business generated through referrals can multiply very…
  • #MotivationMonday | Do You Believe in Second Chances?

    Brent Jones
    15 Dec 2014 | 2:57 am
    There are no guarantees in life, and no one knows that better than Tessa. This short video tells the miraculous story of a blind dog, unable to walk, who was left to die at a shelter. I don’t mean to spoil the ending, but she not only survives – she thrives and makes a miraculous recovery! Because someone gave Tessa a second chance, her life was not only saved, but forever changed. Although I confess to having a soft spot for dogs – I have two myself – this video is about more than encouraging a donation to your local pet shelter. To quote James Dean, Dream as if…
  • Where to Find Free Stock Photos

    Brent Jones
    12 Dec 2014 | 4:06 am
    It can be difficult to know where to find free stock photos, especially if you desire high quality images you can use on your blog without violating any copyrights. Thankfully, the team at HubSpot recently put together a collection of free stock photos available to you, me, and everyone else! No royalties, no fees, no worries. So I thought I would take advantage of this generous offer by republishing those very stock photographs for you here. You can find them all below, sorted into five different categories, each with a sample gallery of preview images and a download link beneath it. Feel…
  • Designing an Effective Sales Presentation

    Brent Jones
    10 Dec 2014 | 3:28 am
    Have you ever watched an infomercial before? If you have, you have probably noticed that most, if not all, follow a very specific format. Infomercials are designed that way to elicit a programmed response from the viewing audience. If you are an outside sales representative who conducts a face to face presentation with your prospects, the concept is not so different. With practice, you will find that there are several key, distinctive, psychological steps a prospect must walk through before he or she is ready to make a purchase decision. And when it comes to designing an effective sales…
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  • Are huge changes on the horizon for Google and other search giants?

    Johnny G
    9 Dec 2014 | 6:16 am
    Most people just see the internet as a free service, you just switch on your computer or device hit the browser button and your off, the whole world is virtually at your fingertips. But this is not exactly true, the fact is that browsing the internet is not entirely free, at least for the companies that promote their goods and services online. Just like TV or Radio much of the internet is funded by advertisements albeit it in a different format. For instance log on to Google and search for something, anything (we searched for cars for sale UK) and you will see that the very top listings and…
  • George Osborne warns Google and other tech giants to pay their taxes.

    Johnny G
    3 Dec 2014 | 7:47 am
    So it seems that Google is in the firing line again this week although they are joined by the likes of Amazon and Facebook this time. Today Chancellor George Osborne spells out his concerns about the tech giant’s tax regimes or more to the point how they avoid paying very much UK tax at all, in an article published on the BBC news website. The way in which technology companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook, to name just a few, are liable for taxes in the UK is about as clear as mud for the majority of us, in fact these mega rich corporations have got tax evasion (or should I call it…
  • Is Google facing a Global Vendetta?

    Johnny G
    28 Nov 2014 | 7:05 am
    I have read quite a few stories recently about the different corporations that seem to have a grumble with search giant Google and it seems that companies are turning their back on the big G for a variety of reasons. We recently reported in our blog pages that Mozilla Firefox has struck a decade long deal with Yahoo to be the default search engine for the Firefox internet browser leaving Google in the cold.The list of companies that seem to abandoning Google for other companies is growing somewhat with auction giants E Bay joining the ranks of those that are on the off and tech gods Apple…
  • Firefox dumps Google from its default search engine.

    Johnny G
    24 Nov 2014 | 4:08 am
    Yahoo, the tech giant, will soon replace Google on Mozilla Firefox’s web browser as the default search engine initially just in the US. At the moment anyone using the Firefox browser will by default be using Googles listings to find what they are searching for but all this will change when Yahoo takes over, instead of seeing the Google search results users will see Yahoo’s results pages instead. According to the BBC News channel, some industry insiders feel that this is not a positive move by Firefox, with Google holding 67% of US desktop searches and a whopping 90% of all searches made…
  • Facebook's Places Directory Gets Updated

    Johnny G
    13 Nov 2014 | 6:42 am
    A story that is trending right now looks at the re-launch or update of Facebook places app. If you haven’t seen it yet you might want to check it out as it’s a great smooth looking portal. Many people feel that this is a great social search portal for local areas that is going to change the way we use local searches to find the best place to go for entertainment on a night out or when deciding where to go and what to see on our holidays or vacation. Facebook is hoping it will become the software to use whenever you are planning a trip to a new country, town or city or even just planning a…
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