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Local SEO: The 5 C Approach

By: | August 24, 2010 | View: 4943

Five simple things you can do rank better for local search Local SEO has been a mystery for many traditional Search Engine Optimization experts over the years when compared with conventional SEO.  Local search results are rarely the same as organic results. There is, however, among local SEO experts some clear consensus on how businesses […]

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For those of you who follow the SEO Inc. blog (the blog you are on right now), you know that we went to Search Engine Strategies (SES) San Francisco last week. Here is a quick list of how it all went down. Great Speakers Good Food Met Lots of People in the Industry People Love […]

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Should You Market on MySpace?

By: | August 19, 2010 | View: 12558

More and more people are beginning to ask themselves where they should market their business in terms of their overall social media marketing strategy. Facebook seems clear, I mean over 50% of the marketing articles you read online violently scream MARKET ON FACEBOOK right in your ear. But what about MySpace? MySpace is the second biggest social […]

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Well it’s that time again! SEO Inc. is packing our bags and heading off to San Francisco for Search Engine Strategies San Francisco, 2010! For those of you who haven’t heard of SES, it’s an industry leading event for all things Internet marketing. SEO Inc. will be located on the expo floor Tuesday, August 17 […]

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How to Create a Company Social Media Policy

By: | August 11, 2010 | View: 10261

Even if you are not a social media agency, any company who is participating in social media marketing should have a company social media policy. In this post, we will show you social media policy examples so that you can create a company policy of your own. Why Have a Social Media Policy? Without a […]

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One of the draws of Twitter is its appeal from a micro blogging perspective, i.e., in order to create a post you don’t have to write too much, just 140 characters. But could it be that this short term advantage could be a long term failure? What other successful sites online have a word count […]

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