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A Guide to Google+ Marketing

Many people discount Google+ as one of the more powerful social media marketing resources due to its perceived lack of popularity when compared to Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. However, discount its value at your peril if you’re carrying out digital marketing for clients and/or a business. This is especially true as G+ is a Google… …

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The Ultimate Guide to Competitive Analysis

Keen to keep close tabs on your competition and stay ahead of the curve? Our ultimate guide to online competitor research and analysis will help you go undercover to discover who’s doing what and how you can better them. Just don’t expect any mirrored shades or eyeholes in newspapers… Why compare? You’re doing great, why… …

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The Easy Guide to Better Blogger Outreach

There’s been a lot of talk around guest posting recently and whether it remains a valid tactic when it comes to SEO and link-building. It does of course, but does require more care than before with regard to where links are placed (bio or in body), as well as if any cold, hard cash has… …

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The Beginners Guide To Facebook Marketing

Many businesses dismiss Facebook if they supply B2B products or services, as it’s commonly perceived to be a consumer-based site when it comes to social advertising. However, this isn’t the case and if your business doesn’t have a Facebook presence, then you’re doing it a disservice. Facebook is a useful tool for promoting a business,… …

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A Comprehensive Guide to Bing Marketing

When it comes to search engine marketing, people almost always talk about Google. If you do simple searches for guide to Google and guide to Bing, you will find a staggering difference of 3.7 million results vs. 38 thousand results.  While most businesses get the majority of their search traffic from Google, you can’t put… …

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The Big Idea (a Camp Counselor’s Guide to Inspiration at Portent)

I am a camp counselor.  You know the kind: clipboard in hand, singing loud and off-key, with a huge smile plastered on my (no-makeup) face.  I know all of the ways to identify a Cedar tree, how to cook beef stew in aluminum foil on the campfire, and the best bed-time stories for a 12 …

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Local SEO Killer Guide For Your Small Business

For businesses that have physical premises which are frequented by its customers, using local SEO is vital to increase that footfall, as well as make sales via the internet. There are numerous reasons for this and the benefits can be substantial, but many businesses that exist on the high street as independent retailers, for example,… …

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Guide to Twitter Marketing

Twitter is such a fast-paced environment that many businesses don’t have the time or inclination to use it for marketing. However, Twitter is also highly effective for driving traffic and increasing engagement with both your content and your company, so it pays to get an account set up and someone to manage it properly. Like… …

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Pubcon Liveblog: SEO Copywriting Style Guide — Tools & Tricks for SEO Writers

Pubcon Liveblog: SEO Copywriting Style Guide — Tools & Tricks for SEO Writers was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Mindy Weinstein, SEO Manager of Bruce Clay, Inc., and Lindsay Mineo, senior search strategist at ThunderActive, share tips and tools for SEO copywriting. Their lessons help writers craft content for people …

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Guide to social media platforms for international campaigns

Lots of businesses are now seeing the power of international geo-targeting for their offerings, creating sub folders and designing landing pages for each market. Apple.com do a great job of this with a huge list of targeted subfolders, all created to market to that specific country. brazil dubbed social media capital of the universeThough companies …

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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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