Argh - what happened? ! My page views are flatlining - my inventory is stagnant - my social media network is hurting. Heck, I can’t generate the retweets like I used to. What’s going on? How do you stop the bleeding statistics? What kind of website content ideas will help? But, more importantly, how do you turn your blog into bucks? When I learned first-aid, we were told to
When I talk with people about SEO, I hear some big misconceptions about how they should use keywords to enhance their page ranking. There are some concrete steps you can take to make sure you are showing up in search engine results, which won't cost you an arm and a leg. A keyword research service can play an important role in your search engine optimization goals.
If you choose the wrong keywords, your SEO campaign will have limited effect on your page rank and if you choose too many keywords, it can have a detrimental effect. The key is good solid content and relevant keywords. A keyword research service can help with that. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you're considering how to use keywords in your online content:
Guest blogging is an effective way to spread your ideas, expose your business to a new audience, and generate inbound leads to your business. The next obstacle is obtaining guest blogging opportunities that can do all of these positive things for your business. We will discuss 3 tips to get more guest blogging opportunities to help propel your business:
I just finished reading a blog post from Skip Prichard. This article discussed “new media” marketing with the traditional marketing methods you learned in school. The article contained an interview with Tom Doctoroff. Tom is the Asia CEO of J. Walter Thompson, and one of the largest global advertising agencies, and he wrote a book called Twitter Is Not A Strategy: Rediscovering the Art of Brand Marketing. Tom writes about how new media marketing fits in with traditional branding and marketing fundamentals. It is really about getting back to the basics and putting the focus back where it belongs -- on the consumer.
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