How to get the fans of any Facebook Page – Marketing on Acid – Medium Scrapping the list Now, you want to do something with this list. There are several ways to scrap the data easily. But for legal purposes I cannot show you what to do with it. Can give some usecase examples: Segment and target them on your Facebook AdsSend automated Messages (be cafeful with this)Get insights about the Markets targeted by competitors… be creative 5 Tools to Curate Content like a Pro Have you noticed more content curation sites popping up in the last few months? Would you like to learn a content curation strategy that can help you share valuable content and generate social media engagement? In this article I will teach you how to use 5 of the most popular content curation platforms and how to integrate these into a daily content curation campaign.
40 Essential SEO Terms Marketers Should Know [Glossary] Do you want to optimize your website but have trouble communicating with the technical folks running it? Jargon alone shouldn't stop you from making your site the powerful marketing tool it can be. This is a list of the 40 most essential search engine optimization (SEO) terms to help marketers communicate with developers and understand how to optimize their websites. SEO for Non-dicks I recently read an account of John McElborough’s talk at Brighton SEO 2011, wherein he advocated some ethically questionable SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) tactics involving creating a private network of fake blogs. I don’t know John or his work, but this entire side of internet marketing and promotion makes me sad – and a bit angry. I fully acknowledge the value of, and need for, actual SEO; I just think that in many cases, the tactics employed under that title would better be described as Search Engine Manipulation or even Abuse.
My Favorite Web Designs Good Bye WP E-commerce, Hello WooCommerce Good Bye WP E-commerce, Hello WooCommerce! So, let me preface this article by saying that I have been amongst the most ardent of the WP E-commerce devotees. I was rooting for the team at Get Shopped when they had issues… Questions And Answers From A Newbie DIY WPer You answered this question on 02/25/14 Rating: Knowledgeability Clarity of Response Politeness Nomination?
GrowthHackers - Premier Growth Community Hi Sophie - that's awesome you're seeing cross-functional growth teams from the get go! Cross-functional growth teams are not unique, although they can be difficult to get right in order to truly impact the growth of customer value. Early stage companies intentional about implementing a growth team & process from inception can shape the future of the company by hiring for the right mindset/culture. How to do an SEO site audit like a boss The No. 1 rule in SEO is to check your site for on-site search engine optimization problems. The reality is that no matter how amazing your webmaster is, there’s a 99.9% chance your site will still have some problems. Visibility is usually at the top of the list, followed by missing, incomplete or broken copy, links and images. Ignoring a site audit can mean leaving a lot of money on the table when it comes to site traffic and conversions.
How Google's Panda Update Changed SEO Best Practices Forever - Whiteboard Friday It's here! Google has released Panda update 2.2, just as Matt Cutts said they would at SMX Advanced here in Seattle a couple of weeks ago. This time around, Google has - among other things - improved their ability to detect scraper sites and banish them from the SERPs. Of course, the Panda updates are changes to Google's algorithm and are not merely manual reviews of sites in the index, so there is room for error (causing devastation for many legitimate webmasters and SEOs).
Startup Dispatch In September 2011, Matt Gemmell wrote an article, SEO for Non-Dicks . The gist of that article is this: be nice, write well, write often, and don’t fuck up the titles. It’s a good general guide for the SEO-clueless, though you could do far better by hanging out at the SEOMoz blog for a couple of weeks. The obverse exists as well: SEO for dicks. It essentially takes the gist of Matt’s approach, chews it up and vomits it out as a nauseating mess of link farms, spam, spun content, and general bullshit. I don’t encourage it, neither do I advocate it.
Hummingbird Ups The Search Ante So, Thursday September 26th, Google has revealed the fact that a new algorithm has been running for a month. For people not in the industry, you may wonder why there had not been more guessing or supposition from the SEO community. As one of the search engine optimization professionals at My Favorite Web Designs who deals with the constant whims and vicissitudes of the Google engine updates, I can attest that it does not matter too much what it is called, just what it portends. According to the BBC article, this update utilized almost an AI – a computer algorithm that understands the interconnectedness of concepts and ideas, and thereby simulates something very akin to human understanding in its ability to associate concepts. Now, I am the first person I know using the word AI for hummingbird, but I have been assuming this would be the wave of the future. Now, is it a true AI, or a sentient self aware artificial intelligence?
AMA with Guillaume Cabane, Ex-VP of Growth at Segment Growth Hackers Real-time search powered by Leave a comment Log in to post a comment. Yelp Optimization: How to Claim & Optimize Your Business Listing Yelp has remained a leading review site for local businesses for quite some time. Although the restaurant industry is no doubt the most present on the site, other businesses are beginning to take advantage. With more than 100 million monthly unique visitors to the site (both on desktop and mobile), it's a great place to gain visibility for your company and create a place for reviews, ratings, and even some social engagement. If your page is optimized correctly, you should start seeing reviews and clicks without having to do much managing to start.