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Tag Archives: website promotion

July, 2011

  • 27 July

    Facebook Launches ‘Facebook for Business’ Website

    It’s obvious that social networking is a key part to marketing a business, and Facebook hopes their new Facebook for Business site will help business owners understand the various benefits of Facebook; and teach them how they can use it for their businesses. I have previously talked about how to create a social media plan, and how to profit from ...

  • 26 July

    Google Updates The ‘Plus One’ Button

    The Google +1 button is fast becoming an essential “must have” for most site owners – which means that Google wants to provide all these site owners the best experience possible. Facebook has hired some of the best guys out there to focus purely on making everything load as fast as possible, including the Facebook developer widgets – so Google ...

  • 25 July

    Google Launches Adwords Express

    Today Google announced the launch of Adwords Express. AdWords Express is designed to help local businesses that aren’t already AdWords advertisers create effective campaigns easily, and within 5 minutes. Product Manager Kiley McEvoy uploaded a short video on Youtube to help explain what Adwords Express really is. To start simply visit http://www.google.com/awexpress, fill out some basic information and create your ad. After ...

  • 21 July

    Fund Your Adwords Campaign Via The Google Credit Card

    Building up capital for a small business can be a bit of a hassle sometimes, and having the correct cash-flow at exactly the correct time to launch new advertising campaigns does not always happen. However what if you did have the necessary funds to launch an advertising campaign, say right before the holiday season? Before hand you would have to ...

  • 20 July

    Getting Traffic from Social Sites

    Social sites like Twitter, Facebook, and StumbleUpon have become hot and are getting hotter all the time. Both online and offline businesses are jumping into social marketing – and for a good reason. It works! Many small online businesses are flocking to social media. In fact, one report states that utilization of social media by small businesses has doubled since 2009. According to ...

  • 7 July

    Use AHREFS.com To Discover All Your Backlinks

    Backlinks (incoming links to a website or page) show the real situation: who is paying attention to the page you are interested in. The quantity and quality of backlinks are significant indicators of site popularity. AHREFS.com shows all the backlinks that exist for your website, without any exceptions, so you can see just where links to your website exist. AHREFS provides several ...

  • 6 July

    Creating a Social Media Plan

    Creating A Social Media Plan

  • 5 July

    Do All Email Marketing Companies Produce The Same Results?

    If you’ve been online for any length of time, you know there are many email marketing companies that offer solutions for your marketing needs. The question is, do they all provide exceptional results that you can depend on time and time again? Do they all offer the features that you need to run an effective email marketing campaign? While it is true ...

  • 2 July

    Google Removes .CO.CC Domains from Index

    Just a little while after we put together a list of free domain name providers Google decides to pull the plug on .CO.CC domains and remove them all from it’s index. Don’t believe me? Run a search for site:co.cc – nothing. Completely empty index. A post by Matt Cutts explains why this happened and what website owners can do: We ...

June, 2011

  • 29 June

    Google, Should I Add “no-follow” To Banner Ads?

    A good question was brought up in the Google Webmaster Help Forum: Should I add “no-follow” to my banner ads? In-short, maybe. It ultimately depends on where these ads are coming from in the first place. For example most advertising programs such as Comission Junction will send all their links through a URL which is specified as a no-follow via ...

  • 29 June

    How To Profit With Facebook Advertising

    Facebook is in millions of homes around the world. In fact, it has more than 500 million active users. (An active user is someone who has been on the site in the past 30 days.) On November 6, 2006, Facebook launched their advertising program. “For the last hundred years media has been pushed out to people, but now marketers are ...

  • 29 June

    Free Sitemap Generator

    Sitemaps can be time consuming to create from scratch as you may know. Luckily, there are many tools online to help you with this task! One great tool from xml-sitemaps.com is Free Online Sitemap Generator. This online tool will help you create an XML sitemap that you can submit to search engines, text sitemaps, ROR sitemaps and html sitemaps as well. Why do you need ...

  • 23 June

    Embrace Non Traditional Marketing

    A UK ad agency is paying students to advertise on their foreheads. Audi stole an A3 from a Manhattan dealership and recorded this on video – which quickly turned into a viral campaign as it spread across Facebook, Twitter, and hundreds of blogs and news sites.  These are examples of what is known as ‘non-traditional marketing’. In a world where ...

  • 21 June

    Google, Will Showing Recent Posts On My Homepage Cause A Duplicate Content Issue?

    Google tweeted today about a new video/question they made live on their Youtube account. Will showing recent posts on my homepage cause a duplicate content issue? In short the answer is no, provided you do it correctly. Displaying the full blog post on your websites homepage AND on your blog may result in duplicate content. Google recommends that you display only ...

  • 16 June

    SEO or SEM?

    To be highly effective, a company needs to employ multi-marketing strategies, using a variety of approaches to reach their intended audience. An increasingly popular approach due to its low costs and large rewards is search engine marketing (SEM). With any other form of advertising, whether it is on a billboard, TV ad, or ad copy in print, there is a ...

  • 9 June

    5 Social Media Tools for your Business

    Which social-media sites are best for your business? It depends on your company size, your industry, and your social-media goals. It also depends on what type of social networking you enjoy and will persist in doing. Major social-media sites can be a great place to find customers due to their large user bases, but it takes a lot of effort ...

  • 6 June

    11 Tips to Energize Your Website Content

    Imagine; you spend thousands of dollars designing your website and no one comes. Why? It could be that you forgot about the content or you didn’t invest enough in the message. Good website content delivers the right message in the right way. Tip #1 -The most important rule to remember is that writing for the web is not like writing ...

  • 3 June

    Welcome Schema.org

    Google, Yahoo and Bing have teamed up recently to develop Schema.org – a project aimed at creating and supporting a common set of schemas for structured data markup. To quote Google “Schema.org aims to be a one stop resource for webmasters looking to add markup to their pages to help search engines better understand their websites“. Since Apple doesn’t support ...

  • 2 June

    Google +1 Goes Public

    Google’s +1 buttons have went public last night for all website owners. Those of you that have signed up to the mailing list in hopes of being notified when this goes live should have gotten an email yesterday with a link to follow to generate your own +1 button for your website. Unfortunately the link provided in the email did ...

May, 2011

  • 30 May

    Why So Many People Use Shortened URLs

    Social networking and micro-blogging have become staples not just of personal communications, but also of website promotion and marketing. In these contexts, brevity is important, and long, unwieldy URL links sometimes won’t even fit within the allotted space allowed, such as the 140 characters allowed by Twitter. To avoid having to copy and paste long URLs, many people use URL-shortening ...

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