Apr 14

Infographic: Why Your Content Isn’t Going Viral

“Going viral” means something completely different now than it did 15 years ago. The connotation surrounding something viral has switched from the negativity of a worldwide pandemic to the positive mass sharing of awesome content. You never really know what’s going to “hit” and take off on the Internet, but when it does, the effects are astounding.  From grumpy cats to wondering what a fox says, and from kids biting each others’ fingers to dogs with broken English internal dialogues, these days you want your content to spread like wildfire.

However, sometimes content will just not hit. One could argue viral spread is all about timing, but that may or may not be true. Regardless, we came across this infographic, originally published by the minds at whoishostingthis.com and thought we’d shed a little light as to why your awesome content isn’t going viral.

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Apr 11

Infographic Friday: Social Media by the Numbers

When someone tell you your business needs to be have a social media presence, 9 times out of 10, they are completely right. We came across this amazing infographic from Leverage recently and thought it best to share and highlight how each network works, where the engagement is, and some other stats that are pretty flooring.

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Apr 09

Blog Comments: What’s Spam and What’s Legit

It’s not uncommon to sign in to your blog dashboard and see a plethora of new comments, especially if you’re updating on a regular basis. And for the most part, this is a good thing, right? People are finding your blog and reading your content. Hooray! You’ve created something the world loves… or is at least taking notice of. But in the age in which we live, not all comments are coming from credible sources, and you have to be careful about which comments are published onto your blog. Read on for some helpful hints on how to differentiate a spam comment versus a legitimate comment on your blog.

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Apr 07

Google Ripples, Increasing Visibility & Becoming and Industry Thought Leader

You might have heard people buzzing about Ripples. “Ripple, me, man!” “Dude, you should Ripple that article.” “Did you Ripple me, or are you just glad to see me?” No? You haven’t heard any of this? Well, you will… Soon. Google is always doing something with their services, and the newest one coming from the Google+ camp is the ability to Ripple. Here’s what you need to know about Google+ Ripples and why you should start doing it yourself. 

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Mar 28

SEO Link Roundup

It’s Friday! And you know what that means! It’s time for another round of SEO links from around this great World Wide Web. It’s the MO of the online world, but this week seemed just as hectic as last in terms of SEO / PPC / Social media Management news, and we got all the good stuff for you in one easy spot. So sit back, relax, drink a cup of coffee, and spend a couple minutes playing catch up with the SEO world courtesy of your friends here at SEO, Inc

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Mar 27

Employee Spotlight: Chantal – Director of SEO

Chantal has been with SEO Inc., now, for going on 12 years and has proven herself to be of the most vital members of the company. Her years of SEO experience, combined with a vast knowledge of the digital landscape sets her up as one of the “go-to” people that we all need in our lives. Professionally, she is hard-working, smart as heck, and knows how to get the job done right the first time. We’re all basically in her office all day asking what we should do. And it doesn’t seem to bother her one bit. Chantal is also one of the most easy-going and personable people in the SEO Inc. office. From always being one to crack  somewhat off-color jokes that make us laugh to willing to listen when any one of us here at the agency needs a closed-door sit down, Chantal can run the gamut. Today on the SEO Inc. Employee Spotlight, say hello to Chantal…

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