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A vital part of SEO these days is your blogger outreach. I work with hundreds of partner sites to provide content on behalf of our clients, getting your name out there in front of your target audience, and boosting your search engine positions in the process.
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Google’s own foray into the world of social media is probably one of the lesser-known social networks out there. Offering much of the same thing which other networks do, Google+ can actually offer that little bit more when you know what to do with it. In fact, Google+ may carry a fair bit of weight[…]
If you aren’t using Open Graph Protocol on your businesses’ Facebook page, you might not be getting the most out of what this prolific social channel can offer you. With some coding know-how or the right guidance, you could increase visits to your site from Facebook referrals – and the Open Graph Protocol could do[…]
We’ve all seen Facebook business pages for a service or product, with a few links to their site, no posts for 2 months, and an ill-sized image for a logo. Unfortunately, when asked whether they have a Facebook presence, the owners of those businesses will say yes, oblivious to the fact that their page is[…]
Often regarded as the darling of the social media family, Pinterest has been growing and growing for the last few years, gaining notoriety as an easy-to-use scrapbooking tool of sorts. With more than 70 million users, it could well be an uptapped asset to your company. Whilst you may be forgiven for thinking that Pinterest[…]
Online advertisement doesn’t have to stick to Google ads these days – why not get your advertisements right before the eyes of your key audience by using Facebook? By using Facebook as part of your online advertising plan, you’ll be able to reach targeted segments of potential consumers and give your conversion rate a boost[…]
You’ve only got 140 characters to work with, so every tweet you post on your company Twitter feed is pretty much make or break. Try and cram too much info in one tweet, and you’ve got a garbled mess. Try to use tweets for promotion too much, and you’ve got a feed packed with boring[…]
As this is our first blog post of 2014, there’s no better time to wish all our blog followers and clients success for the new year – if you were celebrating Christmas, I hope you got what you had hoped for! I did, even if I didn’t quite know it. My girlfriend gave me a[…]
Hosting in the target country: One thing small businesses sometimes do is, understandably, to cut costs on the hosting, and go with the cheapest deal out there. On the face of it you may think “well, they all do the same thing”, but for a couple of reasons, that is no the case. On easy[…]
Running a small business with an online presence can be hard enough without needing to think about promoting your website, and ensuring it is optimized for search engines. Unfortunately, it is very important indeed – just build it, and they will not come. In fact just promote it lightly and you’re unlikely to see visitors[…]
To fully make use of your social media potential, it is important that your campaigns are not simply linked to tweets and posts. For some companies, the key will be to drive traffic to the website – And this is best done by writing interesting and relevant content. Content that catches the eye of potential[…]