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A Geek’s Guide To Gaming The Algorithms

I talk about all that’s wrong in marketing, tactics vs. strategy, etc. etc. We’re ignoring strategy and sound marketing. We work too hard to game the algorithm at the expense of long-term business development. FYI: For me, gaming the algorithm means finding the fine edge between legitimate and spam, and skating that edge. For me, …

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Universal Analytics User ID: Setup Guide

User ID is one of the biggest new features of the Universal Analytics platform and analytics.js tracking code. In this post I’ll explain what it is, how it works, and how to set it up and get started. Google Analytics identifies users using cookies. If someone deletes the cookie, switches device or switches browser, then …

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The Marketer’s Guide to Facebook Graph Search

Posted by SimonPenson Social search has long been heralded as the “next big thing.” The opportunity to create the search engine for people is too enticing; the prize being held above all others in the race to build the next Google. Facebook is widely recognised as the only company other than the search giant itself …

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The Ultimate Guide for Using Google+ Hangouts for Business

Of all the features that make up Google+, Hangouts are by far the most widely successful aspect of the social network. Hangouts allow people to connect with one another through video conferencing on a personal level or through Google+ Hangouts on Air that allow a Hangout to be shared live with the public. Google continues… …

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Buffer’s Complete Guide to Mobile Social Media: Strategies for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ by @kevanlee

I spend my days writing content from my desktop computer for people who will read the content on their smartphones and tablets. Go figure. Mobile devices are fast becoming the preferred method of reading, sharing, and engaging with online content. It’s strange to think that the content we create on desktops and laptops will end up on dozens of different …

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Beginner’s Guide to Search Engine Marketing

Every business that can have a web presence should and that means that in order for that presence to be effective, they need to know at least a little about how it all works. Now this doesn’t mean that they need to know how to build a website, or even the ins and outs of… …

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Announcing the All-New Beginner’s Guide to Link Building

Posted by Trevor-Klein It is my great pleasure to announce the release of Moz’s third guide for marketers, written by the inimitable  Paddy Moogan of Distilled: We could tell you all about how high-quality, authoritative links pointing to your site benefit your standing in the SERPs, but instead we’ll just copy the words straight from …

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Guide to Personalized Search Results

If you grew up watching Sesame Street like me, you might have heard this song: One of these things is not like the others,One of these things just doesn’t belong,Can you tell which thing is not like the othersBy the time I finish my song? The search results that you see within your browser are …

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SMX East 2014 Speaker Series: Jason White’s ‘Stupid Successful’ SEO Guide to Keywords, Link Cleanup and Personal Success

SMX East 2014 Speaker Series: Jason White’s ‘Stupid Successful’ SEO Guide to Keywords, Link Cleanup and Personal Success was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Search Marketing Expo (SMX) East 2014 is fast-approaching. In preparation for the acclaimed Internet marketing conference, I’ve invited a handful of distinguished speakers (Bruce Clay …

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Mastering the PPC Challenge: A Beginner’s Guide [#CZLSF]

A recap of the “Mastering the PPC Challenge” session, presented by Diane Pease and John Gagnon at this year’s ClickZ Live San Francisco conference. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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The Complete Guide to Google Webmaster Tools

In the Comprehensive Guide to Bing Marketing, we looked at Bing’s tools for webmasters. Now, we’re going to look at the search engine marketers focus their efforts towards the most: Google. Specifically, we’re going to look at why you need to be using Google Webmaster Tools to monitor the health of your website in Google… …

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A Search Marketer’s Guide To Becoming An Excel Power User

Start here to fine-tune your marketing analytics skills using Microsoft Excel and similar functions in Google Spreadsheets to build custom reports and executive marketing dashboards. Plus, find tips to integrate your data from Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools, related APIs and other search… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing

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Link Building With Ahrefs: A How-To Guide

This step-by-step guide to link building with Ahrefs also looks at how the tool helps sort through massive amounts of data so you can make more positive decisions faster. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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The Ultimate Guide to Building a Rock Solid Content Strategy

Content marketing is more than just blogging. You need more than great writing to attract, engage, convert, and retain users at the right stage of the buy-cycle. Many marketers will jump in, launch a blog, and hire writers — only to see zero results. We’ve seen, time and time again, that this approach just doesn’t… …

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The simplest guide to better blogger partnerships – Part 2

Before you start, I know the above picture (of Walter Johnson and Calvin Coolidge shaking hands after the Senators won the AL in 1924, which I subsequently edited) is a huge generalisation of the relationship between brands and bloggers, but I put it here because it made me laugh. Go on, laugh at it as well, …

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