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Headline Writing Masterclass – The Secrets of Getting More Clicks

Recently, we looked at writing for the web and how it differs to writing for print in many ways. To follow that up, let’s take a look at headlines today – what makes a good headline that makes a reader want to pick up that newspaper, magazine or make that all-important click? According to Copyblogger,… …

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More Local SEOs Earning Less Than $30,000 [Study]

The BrightLocal Local SEO Industry Survey included nearly 1,800 SEOs and found more than a third of local SEOs have turnover of less than $ 30,000 and the average local SEO handles nine clients. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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SMX East 2014: The Conference, The Liveblog Schedule & More

SMX East 2014: The Conference, The Liveblog Schedule & More was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Search Marketing Expo (SMX) East 2014 is right around the corner. In less than a month, Internet marketers will gather in the heart of New York for the conference of the fall. More …

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Callouts for AdWords Offer More Space for Advertisers

The new feature gives marketers more space to promote their products and separate themselves from competitors. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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YouTube Converts More Customers Than All Other Social Networks [STUDY] by @mattsouthern

VentureBeat reports that, when it comes to paid advertising on social media platforms, YouTube is king. YouTube is the clear winner in a few key areas compared to other social platforms, including introducing new products to customers, and helping consumers make purchasing decisions. The information was taken from a new study Aol Platforms released today. …

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AdWords Callout Ad Extensions Roll Out, Offer More Text In Search Ads

  Today, Google announced the roll out of callouts, a new ad extension in AdWords that allows advertisers to show off unique offers and benefits of their sites, products and services with an additional line of text in their ads. Advertisers can use callouts to promote free shipping,… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines …

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Bing Maps Adds Streetside and 3D View for More Than 100 Cities

Bing has announced a large maps update, including so-called Streetside imagery and additional 3-D cities on the Bing Maps Preview app. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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LinkedIn: How to spark more engagement with your followers

Do you want to create more engagement with your LinkedIn followers? As we found out in April of this year, LinkedIn company pages underwent a major change. The products and services section was removed, much to people’s disappointment as this was a logical place for companies to showcase their products and services. But don’t let …

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Google Webmaster Tools Just Got a Lot More Important for Link Discovery and Cleanup

Posted by RobertFisher This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. What if you owned a paid directory site and every day …

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Are Hashtags Dead? Do Tweets with Images Get More Followers? Twitter Growth Factors (and Some Excel Tips)

Posted by petebray What factors go into determining how many Twitter followers you gain (and lose) each day? I was driven in part by Rand Fishkin’s recent “mad scientist” experimentation that he touched on at MozCon. There, he noted that his tweets with images resulted in significant follower losses. Do they? And what other behaviors …

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7 Things That Will Improve Your SEO More Than SSL

The fact of the matter is there is no one thing that will get you more organic traffic. Good SEO is a healthy combination of things, but it doesn’t have to be the exact same combination of things. Here are my top seven. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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How to Use Product Launches to Generate More Business

There are many benefits to launching new products: you create more ways to bring in revenue, keep your business progressing toward its goals and remind people that your brand is here to stay. While all those are excellent and must-have benefits, have you ever considered using product launches to gain more exposure to grow your… …

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Facebook Bans Like-Gating, No More Incentivizing Users To Like Pages by @mattsouthern

Facebook recently published a small but important update on their developer blog where they effectively put the ban on like-gating content. According to Facebook themselves, the definition of like-gating is: “when you force a Facebook user who has not already liked your Page to like your Page before they can see content on a particular custom tab.” …

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How To Get More Organic Traffic To Your Website

If anyone tries to tell you building organic traffic is easy, don’t listen to them. If you’re looking for a quick fix, I’m afraid you’re not going to find it here. Building organic traffic is the hardest work you’ll ever put in to your website. With that being said, it’s also the greatest investment of time… …

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Site Speed vs Responsive Design: Which is More Important? by @albertcostill

Some of you may recall the early days of the Internet. It was an amazing experience to have all of this information at your fingertips and be able to chat with people from all over the world. But, it was also a very dark time. For those who didn’t experience the days of AOL, everyone had …

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