Social media has taken the nation by storm – The Walking Dead incorporates mobile content into episodes, TLC features tweets in their commercials, and some experts say that Facebook data actually predicted the election. How can you as an online or content marketer integrate your blog and the ever-growing suite of social sites to grow your readership? This week’s topics help answer that question.
It’s Election Day here in the US, and there are a flurry of SEO-related election issues. Some of the same themes found in the election world can apply to SEO and marketing. A few of our favorite SEO gurus have passed on a few tips on how to win the popularity contest that is SEO marketing, and keep customers coming back time and again.
Halloween is the scariest day of the year for many. We've compiled the most fearsome SEO & marketing-related content from around the web in one place to give you a good fright before you head out for trick-or-treating or Halloween parties later. Content Zombies, court cases, Frankenstorms and other horrors await you!
As we’ve discussed, plagiarism and duplicate content are fraught with legal and SEO issues. The trend away from article re-writes and thin content is turning to unique, valuable content. Since content is …
Don’t get spooked out by this week’s back-to-basics ideas, which include using a simple editorial calendar to plan out messaging and content, and strategically selecting SEO terms rather than jumping at obvious keywords, You’ll find out why links still matter, and how Ben Franklin would have approached the crazy world of SEO marketing.