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Using Pinterest for B2B Marketing

Pinterest may have started as an online platform primarily for fashionistas, do-it-yourself crafters, and wedding planners. But over the past couple of years, this visually driven platform has broken into new territory, grown and diversified its user base, and become a valuable resource to marketers on a much larger scale. …

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5 Ways to Use Twitter to Connect With Local Customers

Does your business rely on local customers? Are you looking for ways to make your business more visible in your neighborhood? You know that the Internet puts your business within a few keystrokes of people anywhere around the world. But did you know that social media tools, especially Twitter, help …

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5 Killer Instagram Marketing Strategies You Need to Know

5 Killer Instagram Marketing Strategies You Need to Know

Ignore Instagram at your own peril. Since Facebook’s acquisition of the channel in 2012, Instagram growth has exploded, with 300 million active users, 30 billion photos shared, and an average of 70 million photos posted per day. People are engaging with Instagram posts on levels unparalleled by any other social …

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SEO Meta Tags Best Practices

What Are Meta Tags?  Meta tags are a great way for Webmasters to provide search engines with information about their sites. (They) can be used to provide information to all sorts of clients, and each system processes only the meta tags they understand and ignores the rest. (They) are added to …

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On-Page Factors to Boost SEO

On-Page Factors On-Page factors are the aspects of a given web page that influence search engine ranking. What are On-Page Factors? There are several on-page factors that affect search engine rankings. These include: Content of Page The content of a page is what makes it worthy of a search result …

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2016 SEO Best Practices and Tips

2015 was another turbulent year for SEO. As expected, Google made several algorithm changes including the notorious “Mobilegeddon” update, which basically improved the ranking for websites that were mobile-friendly. This falls in line with Google’s overarching mission to adapt to an increasingly mobile Web (and world). Google’s goal is stay ahead of the technology …

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