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Create Your Webicon Create Gallery My Profile Automatic SEO Links and Music Marketing | Hip Hop Distribution posted on September 28, 2009 in HHD History, SEO for Musicians with 13 Comments Search engine optimization is a very critical part of your music marketing campaign. What active efforts are you taking to strengthen your keywords? I asked myself this same question and tried different ways to keep a continuous effort towards improvement. Keyword research involves planning for future stability in blog traffic. With Bing gaining ground on Google’s search domination, I began to think about how my website structure is being interpreted by the search engine spiders. Automatic SEO links is a great WordPress plugin that allows you to take control of your keyword promotion. Automatic SEO Links Automatic SEO links is a WordPress plugin that is a great time saver and efficient promoter. For example, I want to promote a “free music” page on my website. Hip Hop Distribution Homework You don’t need this plugin specifically to practice keyword strengthening. Author: Mario Mendoza

Street art made with masking tape | This Blog Rules Buff Diss is an awesome Melbourne based artist who has recently stranded himself in Europe. Some of his work can be seen in Paris, Barcelona, Jerusalem … All his works are made free-hand with masking tape. Take a look how his friend Mark Mawson from Sydney captures these beautiful shots by dropping paint in water. El rock de Stone Temple Pilots llegará a Lima en octubre - Terra Stereo Stone Temple Pilots. Foto: Getty Images A pocos días de lanzar su más reciente disco de estudio, luego de más de 9 años de silencio musical, la banda de rock estadounidense Stone Temple Pilots alista una gira mundial para presentar su homónimo CD, la misma que comprenderá nuestro país, así como otras ciudades de Latinoamérica, según confirmaron a Terra Stereo fuentes confiables. Así, la agrupación del polémico Scott Weiland se presentaría en Lima en octubre próximo, con un tour que también se paseará por México, Brasil, Argentina y Chile, presentando el disco homónimo “Stone Temple Pilots”, cuyo primer single, “Between the Lines”, ya suena en las principales emisoras del mundo. Según informaron a Terra Stereo, un conocido empresario local será el encargado de producir el evento de los creadores de álbumes como “Core” y “Purple”, discos fundamentales del rock estadounidense de la década de los noventa.

SLINGERS @sizemore Twitter SEO Best Practices Welcome back to the weekly Twitter column. This time a few days late due to the SMX London coverage. Today I’ll introduce the most common Twitter SEO best practices. Twitter SEO means at least 5 things: Ranking with your profile for your name & brandRanking organically with your tweets in GoogleGetting found in Twitter search and other toolsMaking tweets spread virally by retweetsEntering Google results via realtime search Plus many others I can’t cover today. Ranking with your profile on Google sounds simpler than it is. In the end I added 4 extra accounts that cover the most common terms associated with me. Ranking organically with tweets largely depends on the keyword usage and what comes first in your tweet. Getting found in Twitter search is not really desirable if you ask me. Making tweets spread virally is perhaps the most important discipline of Twitter SEO. Of course the link you tweet or the message must be worth retweeting.

C'est La Gêne - SONIDO AMBIENTE ® - The power of origami December 2009 Allosaurus skeleton made by Robert J. Lang from 16 uncut squares of Wyndstone 'Marble' paper. Size: 24 inches. When I was nine I was an origami master. Surprisingly, I wasn't the only one to have made this mistake. A short history of Origami Although origami is nowadays synonymous with Japan, the first recorded reference to it comes from China, where paper was first produced around 200AD as a cheap alternative to silk. Pegasus made by Robert J. Origami took off in Japan from then onwards. And so it may have remained, were it not for a Japanese factory worker called Akira Yoshizawa, who was born in 1911 to the family of a dairy farmer. As Yoshizawa practiced more and more, he developed some pioneering techniques such as "wet folding", which allowed much more intricate patterns and even curves to be formed out of a single sheet of paper. Euclid's elements Euclid of Alexandria was a Greek mathematician who lived over 2000 years ago, and is often called the father of geometry.