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How to Become a Thought Leader in your Industry

The age of social has paved the way of Internet-based consumerism. Businesses and organizations are utilizing social platforms in order to cover their target audience. For non-profit organizations, it's a challenge to turn a social media user into a donor. Sometimes non-profits have a difficult time to capture their target audience. It requires time and [...]

By | July 10th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on How to Become a Thought Leader in your Industry

Create More Click-Through With Your FB Cover

There is a science that studies how the human eye looks at a page. This study is called “eye tracking” and it is already a major part of digital analytics. So, where do you think most people look at when they first see a Facebook page? Obviously, it’s the cover photo. This is backed by [...]

By | July 7th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Create More Click-Through With Your FB Cover

How To Do SEO For Email Marketing

Email marketing and SEO go hand in hand. Some people do not realize this. After all, email marketers have a slightly different way of thinking compared to SEO experts. But if you want your email campaign to yield more than the usual traffic, use these SEO tips. You’ll be sure to maximize your campaigns. Build [...]

By | July 3rd, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on How To Do SEO For Email Marketing

How To Fix a “Hacked Site” Google Penalty

Those who get a Google Webmaster penalty email saying that their website has been penalized due to black hat activities are usually not surprised. They knew what they were doing. It’s their website. But if your site has been hacked and Google penalizes you for it, then you probably are quite innocent. And probably quite [...]

By | July 1st, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on How To Fix a “Hacked Site” Google Penalty

How to Write Clickbait Social Media Posts the Right Way

You’ve all seen those formulaic clickbait headlines that can get pretty old pretty fast. But they do get results. They get A LOT of clicks. So are you someone willing to employ clickbait tactics on your posts just so you can get more clicks? Or are you someone who hates this tactic? In truth, a [...]

By | June 27th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on How to Write Clickbait Social Media Posts the Right Way

How To Combat And Fix User Generated Spam

Have you received a message from Google telling you that your website seems to have spam from user-generated content? If so, you have come to the right place. In this article, we’ll talk about what this means for your site and we’ll help you fix it. What Is User-Generated Content Spam? If a website enables [...]

By | June 25th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on How To Combat And Fix User Generated Spam

Why Is Your Page Reach Getting Lower?

Nowadays, it’s getting harder and harder to get visibility for organic Facebook posts. As many experts in social media already know: reach (how visible your posts are to a number of fans) is directly correlated to engagement rate (the number of those who actually like, comment, share, and view your posts in relation to your [...]

By | June 23rd, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Why Is Your Page Reach Getting Lower?

Use Facebook Like Ads Instead of Buying Likes

We all want more likes on our Facebook page. So much so that some people go to third party services outside of Facebook which “sell likes”. This means that you can pay a certain amount and you are guaranteed to magically get a corresponding amount of likes for your cash. This article will talk about [...]

By | June 20th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on Use Facebook Like Ads Instead of Buying Likes

SEO Responsibilities For Front-End Coders

For a team building a website, SEO should already be in each person’s mind. There can be various roles such as the website designer, back-end developer, search engine optimization strategist, and front-end developer. For those companies with such a team, each one should play a specific role for the site’s SEO. Dividing these roles ensure [...]

By | June 18th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on SEO Responsibilities For Front-End Coders

5 Ways Bootstrapping Can Improve Small Businesses

Should a tight budget hinder your small business from producing big results? According to marketing guru Seth Godin, small is the new big. You might be wondering how a small business can make it big. Small business owners are resourceful lot, while they can only afford a small budget for their digital marketing campaigns, their [...]

By | June 14th, 2014|Blog|Comments Off on 5 Ways Bootstrapping Can Improve Small Businesses