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Internet Marketing NewsWatch|  Internet Business| Online Marketing|Home based business
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Archive for the ‘ Internet Marketing Tips ’ Category

‘Local SEO: Ranking Your Website For Multiple Locations’ – ‘Business 2 Community’ Article

Dan Virgillito says, “It’s becoming the drill for local businesses: another day, another marketing effort to connect with your audience. You churn out social media update after social media update, blog post after blog post – trying to attract customers and prospects who go online in any way possible. But your efforts continue to bring mere results. Granted, there are no shortcuts, your efforts on the web needs to place your business in a particular kind of role relative to your audience“. Local SEO: Ranking Your Website For Multiple Locations Business2Community.com  (Read More ...)

‘The Disconnect Between Marketers and IT Buyers’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

Ayaz Nanji says, “Technology marketers are increasingly focused on one-sided content tactics even though IT buyers remain heavily dependent on community-driven information to make purchasing decisions, according to a recent report from Spiceworks. The report was based on data from a survey of 136 tech marketers and 450 IT buyers from a range of company sizes and countries. Most marketers surveyed say they are trying to connect with potential customers using tactics such as social media (95% use) and case studies (87%). However, though buyers do engage with those channels, they say they are... (Read More ...)

‘Link-Building Software: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility’ – ‘Affilorama’ Blog

Adam Hansen says, “Link-building software is amazingly powerful when it comes to automating and streamlining your SEO campaigns. But use it incorrectly or irresponsibly, and your site will drop from the rankings faster than the Titanic post-North Atlantic iceberg. These programs can literally build tens of thousands of links in a week. But having tools like that is like having a loaded gun. Yes, you can hunt with it, but if you’re not careful you can also shoot yourself in the face!”. Link-Building Software: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility Mark Ling’s  ’Affilorama’... (Read More ...)

‘Introducing the Speaker Faculty for Affiliate Summit West 2015’ by Shawn Collins

Collins Says, “The speaker faculty for Affiliate Summit West 2015, taking place January 18-20, 2015 at Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV, has been finalized. The keynote speakers will be Chad Hymas, President of Chad Hymas Communications, Inc., andNoah Kagan, Founder of AppSumo. Jon Levine, Director of eCommerce of All Inclusive Marketing, will be the conference emcee. And there are over 100 other speakers covering analytics, bloggers, conversions, email, Facebook, FTC, Google, lead generation, legal, mobile, pay per call, productivity, SEO, social media, startups, WordPress, and more on the Affiliate... (Read More ...)

‘Facebook Isn’t Dead: 10 Reasons to Keep Using It for Your Business’ – HubSpot

YEC team says, “With its falling organic reach, using Facebook for business might seem like a dying proposition. However, there may still be benefits to engaging in this particular socialchannel. To learn more, we asked 10 founders from the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) why they weren’t yet ready to leave Facebook for business behind. Here’s what they told us. 1) It’s Great for Recruiting “Facebook has not been an ideal channel for lead generation or thought leadership, but it does provide an excellent platform for spotlighting company culture. Demonstrating what makes... (Read More ...)

‘The SME content creation toolkit for images, video and text’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

Ben Davis says, “I’ve kept this list simple and it’s a fairly accurate idea of what I use day-to-day. I didn’t use any of these tools when I started working on the Econsultancy blog. I’m still not an advanced content creator but I do have some small tricks up my sleeve. Take a look at this list of tools to aid you in your image, video and text travails”. The SME content creation toolkit for images, video and text ‘Econsultancy’ Blog  (Read More ...)

‘How To Use Email Effectively’ by John Chow

Chow says, “As you are getting your feet wet in SEO and PPC marketing, you are obviously on the ball with what is working for companies right now.  On the other hand, you may have forgotten completely about email.  Email is NOT going the way of postal service.  On the other hand, I have met more people that are millionaires because they can run a good spam campaign over people I have met that successfully start online marketing.  Now, I am no fan of spam, and do not advocate you start doing it, but I use it as an example as to how successful email can be to get in touch with your target audience.... (Read More ...)

‘Scaling Geo-Targeted Local Landing Pages That Really Rank and Convert’ – MOZ Blog

Rand Fishkin says, “One question we see regularly come up is what to do if you’re targeting particular locations/regions with your site content, and you want to rank for local searches, but you don’t actually have a physical presence in those locations. The right track can depend on a few circumstances, and in today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand helps you figure out which one is best for your organization”. Scaling Geo-Targeted Local Landing Pages That Really Rank and Convert MOZ Blog  (Read More ...)

‘The Social Media Manager’s Guide to Staying Organized’ – HubSpot

Lindsay Kolowich says, “Managing social media accounts for a brand, no matter how big or small, is not easy — and one of the biggest and most consistent challenges is staying organized. Between managing social promotion goals from different departments, staying up-to-date onsocial mentions and trends, and posting relevant and engaging content on a regular basis, being a social media manager can sometimes feel like herding cats. How on earth do busy social media managers keep their ducks in a row? We asked the people who run social media for their brands from across the United States... (Read More ...)

‘How branded search and ads affect organic CTR’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

Graham Charlton says, “A new study underlines the importance of organic search rankings, and the value of a page one ranking.  Put simply, If you’re not on page one of Google’s search results, you’re almost nowhere, with pages two and three picking up just 5.59% of the clicks. The study also has some interesting insights into the effect of ads on CTR, and differences between mobile and desktop search”. How branded search and ads affect organic CTR ‘Econsultancy’ Blog  (Read More ...)