Engage or Die - user generated content and social media

Posted October 10th @ 10 October, 2015

The rise of user-generated content Why do people spend so much time creating and uploading content for the internet? In the view of MySpace guru Richard Rosenblatt, the answer is age-old: 'People like to express themselves, and they want to be famous. Those are two things we saw from the very beginning of MySpace. Five years ago MySpace didn't even exist; in 2008 it's going to do $800 million in revenue, and generate more page views than anything on the web.' Making the news As the vice ...
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Selecting and Evaluating Keyphrases for Search Engine Marketing

Posted October 9th @ 9 October, 2015

Many businesses recognize that search engines can bring volumes of highly targeted prospects to their website, typically at a fraction of the cost of traditional marketing. Unfortunately, these same companies often overlook the most important part of their search engine marketing campaigns, which is keyphrase selection and evaluation. Keyphrases (those phrases that potential customers are using to find products or services on search engines) are the building block of any search engine marketing ...
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4 Characteristics of Social Media Optimization vs SEO

Posted October 8th @ 8 October, 2015

There is a need in all humans to feel connected with one another, to interact with others and to be able to relate to another person. Social media optimization thrives on that need. Social media is all about communication. Its about sharing perspectives, insights, experiences and opinions with one another via blogs, wikis, message boards, and videos. While SEO is still an effective means to gain traffic, the web is no longer two dimensional. It has evolved. Its become increasingly interactive, ...
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Search Engine Marketing and Toolbars

Posted October 7th @ 7 October, 2015

b>Website Marketing - Google Toolbar The Google Toolbar is extremely helpful in finding information on pagerank and other important factors concerning Google, it's cache (last viewing) of your site, and directory information. The Google Toolbar is free and can be downloaded here: http://toolbar.google.com Website Research - Alexa Toolbar The Alexa Toolbar seems to be a great tool for website related data such as site stats, user reviews, owner contact information, related links and ...
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Seven Best Practices for Business Blogging

Posted October 6th @ 6 October, 2015

Blogs have become one of the hottest communication tools on the Web. Offering the opportunity for anyone to create their own free Web site, encouraging opinions and interaction, blogs provide forums for individuals to create their own highly personal presentations to the Web audience. They also provide for consortia of all types to experience the sort of online community feeling that was pioneered by early newsgroups and by the phenomenal success of AOL in the 1990s. Blogs have reached into the ...
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"Blogging" For Fun & Profits

Posted October 5th @ 5 October, 2015

Unless you've been under a rock for the last year, you've heard the term "blog" once or twice. To most people, a "blog" simply represents a glorified online "diary" where geeks, computer nerds, and lonely teenagers record their thoughts in cyber-space. However, many people don't realize that "blogs" are quietly revolutionizing the way companies and customers interact about everything from existing products to new ideas and improvements in customer service. In short, "blog" style communication ...
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Retailing with Books a Million

Posted October 4th @ 4 October, 2015

/p> For the aspiring author, it is important to be familiar with potential publishers as well as the distribution channel they can offer. Eventually, much of the success of your book will fall on the quality of the publisher and their ability to push the book through the appropriate distribution channels. I would recommend contacting a well established publisher that has plenty of expertise and success in the publishing field. A seasoned publisher is your best choice if you want your book ...
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Books on motorcycle parts.

Posted October 3rd @ 3 October, 2015

Books on motorcycle parts. Motorcycle parts have always been and always are a topic, which every motorcycle owner has to be very familiar with to avoid those jerks. The following books are recommended 1—The man and his machines By Mike Seate. Jesse James is based on the Discovery Channel TV show, Monster Garage 2—the broken Center line –How to be a highway patrol officer and enjoy it by Ralph W. 3—From house calls to high tech—By Doris Griffin 4—How to restore your motorcycle by ...
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Search Engine Marketing comes of age

Posted October 2nd @ 2 October, 2015

The Search Engine Marketing (SEM) industry is going through phenomenal changes as number of search engines increase alongside rapidly evolving techniques and technologies. Today, your web presence is incomplete without strategic online promotion and one is forced to take a serious look at search engine marketing because that is where your customers are. As a result, SEM techniques such as search engine optimization, pay-per-click management, link popularity and Adwords campaigns in Google are ...
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Social Networking on Squidoo

Posted October 1st @ 1 October, 2015

The Internet is changing and changing along with it are the ways people use it to gather information. Social Networking has become an online phenomenon in the past year or so. It is revolutionizing the way information is being gathered and will be found in the future. Myspace currently has over 100 million registered users and is growing rapidly. Facebook and Friendster follow closely behind. But there is a rising site among them, Squidoo.com. The website is gaining fame as a more mature social ...
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