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"You have been a big help with LinkedIn, Christine." Suzie Daggett "I'm getting new Twitter followers every day, Christine ... thanks for your great job!" Gianluca Tognon
Link building can, and should, be a domino effect. A good solid link should lead to more good, solid links, but do we always pursue links with this in mind? I confess that I don’t always. Sometimes a link is just a link, and that’s where it ends, but moving forward in the wake of the recent algorithm updates, I think we’ll all be better off if we try to build links that build links. Along with that, since I firmly believe that building relationships builds links, we’ll talk about how to do that, too. It’s simple and easy but sometimes the simple and easy methods are the most overlooked.
Yesterday, Genevieve presented some ideas on how to find your social media influencers in real life . Once you’ve found your influencers, the next question becomes, “How do you connect with them?” To give you a starting point, here are 30 ways to engage your social media influencers. 1.
There’s nothing I hate more than rehashed, regurgitated content – and unfortunately, the SEO world is full of advice that’s been repeated so often that the only thing it’s good for is wasting your time.
“The snake which cannot cast its skin has to die.” Fredrich Neitzsche While I certainly don’t agree with everything Nietzsche shared, his famous quote above captures nicely where digital marketing is right now. As an industry, change is something we live with day in day out, but we're in a period of unprecedented shift.
May. 24, 2012 07:21 AM Growing numbers of small and local businesses are discovering that a tweet can be a powerful tool for making your presence known among customers, prospects, your area and your industry. In particular, Twitter is great for helping amplify your marketing messages and grow your business. More and more of your customers are joining Twitter, so if you aren't there you're missing an opportunity to be part of the online conversation.
Using Twitter for Small Business to Generate Calls and Loads of FREE Advertising By Thomas R. Reich Ever Wonder what Small Business Tools are contained within Twitter for small business?
Do you have really valuable blog posts that didn’t receive nearly as much sharing/notice/buzz as you’d hoped or thought it would? You’re probably not sharing it with the right people or through the right channels. The Issue You have a blog, but it’s not garnering the amount of links that you’d hoped it would yield.
I never really thought of local link building as its own unique specialty until a comment on the 2012 Link Building With The Experts really made that sink in. With the recent mass confusion over unnatural link warnings in Google's Webmaster Tools, I noticed that loads of small business owners were frantically asking questions about what they should do. Let's say that the worst case scenario happens and you lose your search visibility in Google. Wouldn't it be great if that didn't completely cripple your business because you had such great local visibility? That's just one reason why local links are becoming more critical than ever. Why Are Local Links Important?
Yes, we all know it. Link building is essential if you want to be a successful search engine optimizer. However, with all the Google algorithm changes and updates, how can one truly know what the best way to build links is? The answer is actually simpler than you would think. Create great content that leverages existing communities and leaders.
There are a several kinds of people in social media. There are the people that enjoy a nice, quiet existence with their family and close friends.
Ross Kimbarovsky is the co-founder of crowdSPRING , a community of 43,000+ graphic designers that helps small businesses from around the world with graphic design needs.
While social media marketing like Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn are getting tons of interest, email is still KING. Email is used far more than Facebook and Twitter combined. How much more?
Do your blog posts speak the language that your audience speaks? What about your landing pages or top-tier pages?