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Archive for August, 2014


News Releases Still Pack SEO Value with More Website Content and Greater Online Presence

August 28th, 2014

While the news release may be the oldest dog in the PR pack, you can teach it every new trick in the new digital marketing age. Originally intended to develop news coverage, news releases today provide content for your website and are adaptable to any social medium you use to increase your online presence. “Is […]

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Best of Both Words: Increase Customer Confidence and SEO Ranking with Good Reviews

August 20th, 2014

Whether you’re planning a trip halfway around the world or dinner at a new restaurant 10 blocks away, there’s a good chance you’ve looked at customer reviews on Trip Advisor — or Yelp or City Search. When you think about downloading an app for your mobile phone or tablet, you read the reviews. When you […]

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Small Business Marketing Use Google+ to Enhance Your SEO Ranking and Build Your Online Community

August 12th, 2014

Social media revolve around creating buzz to keep your SEO rankings high. So it makes a lot of sense to be where the buzzers are, and Google+ is one of those places. Google+ has a base of 540 million active monthly users, and Google still rules the search engine roost, says Brett Relander in an […]

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Manage Your Online Reputation with Free Google Alerts?

August 5th, 2014

If you’re wringing your hands about how to manage your online reputation, a blog post from forbes.com has a simple – and free — solution: Set up a Google Alert for yourself.  It’s easy to do. Just go to the Google Alerts page and type in the subject of your search. You can make it […]

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Got Your Responsive Website? Tips to Make Your Website Mobile Friendly

August 4th, 2014

Mobile friendly websites have evolved in to responsive websites because mobile friendly websites aren’t just for the road. More and more of your customers and prospects are reaching your website on a smartphone or tablet from the comfort of their homes as well as coffee shops, waiting rooms and ‘just waiting around’ If your website […]

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