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Use Search Keywords to Kickstart Your Twitter Marketing Strategy

April 19, 2016
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By: Teena Thach If you’re a marketer, you live and breathe keywords. Everything you do, from creating blog content to targeting search ads needs to be mindful of these specific words that tie you and your customers together. The importance of keywords is no different for Twitter, but the tactics you need to use are.…

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Should My Brand Be On Google Plus?

May 26, 2014
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Even before Vic Gundotra, head of Google’s social division that runs Google+, announced he was leaving the company back in April this question still hung in the minds of many brands and marketers, “Should I be on Google+?” Many jumped on the bandwagon in 2011 and were successful, others not so much. The uncertainty of whether…

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How-to Use YouTube to Improve Local SEO

March 17, 2014
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Any mention of SEO, and you probably get an image of pandas and penguins and hummingbirds in your mind. That’s quite understandable, especially since Google is still the world’s largest search engine and most of your search volume probably comes from this site. But the Google search engine isn’t the only site you can or…

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WordPress For Enterprise Facts, Myths, And Tips For Success

January 2, 2013
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WordPress has come a long way since starting as a new blogging platform in 2003, with new update versions coming out every 1-3 months, and new major versions coming out every 6 months. One of the biggest concerns I’ve heard people have with WordPress is that it is not an enterprise solution for web site…

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How-to Set Up 301 Redirects to Maintain WordPress SEO

February 9, 2012
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When moving a web site from one domain to another domain or subdomain, permanent redirects (known as 301 redirects to the web server) are vital to keep existing search engine links working. There are a few ways to do this, but I’ve found the easiest way is to set up the old domain to use…

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