Archive | March, 2012

6 SEO Tips for the Little Guy [Infographic] by @neomammalian

As someone who kinda hates SEO -tho I’ve had great success SEOing for clients-, for some reason SEO guys flock to me. And I’ve had a privilege to work with some of the greats. The Director of SEO Innovations at one of the biggest NY SEO firms, Mr. Dan Cristo, who also happens to be [...]

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Being Grateful. The Ultimate Social Media Strategy

What would you say if I told you I had the perfect social media strategy that will: Grab attention Build followers Build community Make you unique never hurt your reputation, only enhance it. I’ve decided I have one of those. Is It Karma? You could call it “Karma”. You could call it “giving back”. You could [...]

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How Does a Business Generate Traffic from Social Media?

Websites live and die by the amount of traffic that they get. Until recently SEO seemed the only way a business could get traffic and the SEO company that could get a front page listing for a highly competitive term could write their own paycheck. Until now. We are now in the social media era [...]

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Why Is Pinterest So Addictive? [Infographic]

Two quick tips, plus an infographic about Pinterest for bloggers. Tip No. 1 To see who has pinned your blog on Pinterest, type in http://pinterest.com/source/blog-name.com/ So for DIYB, I would enter the following in my Browser’s address bar: http://pinterest.com/source/diyblogger.net/ Tip No. 2 The second tip is to monetize your Pinterest board(s) right now. You can [...]

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Why Shortner Links Show Inflated Statistics

Let’s start with an understanding that no two analytics programs will ever give you the exact same result. We’ll discuss the details of this in a minute, but for now it’s enough to understand that each analytics platform has its own idiosyncrasies, so much so that if two platforms DID agree on the number of [...]

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Local SEO Meets Social SEO

9 months ago, I started a company. The company’s core is tech service. But our core business model has changed multiple times. We started as a computer service and IT company in 2011, only to quickly realize that the market was screaming our name to provide a different set of services. Services that would be [...]

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How To Build a Community of Fanatics

Pin It I was asked to give a keynote address on the subject of creating a community of fanatics. At the same time, Danny Iny asked me to write a guest chapter for his then upcoming book, Engagement From Scratch. The book includes chapters by the likes of Guy Kawasaki, Mark W. Schaefer, Mitch Joel, [...]

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Secret to Blogging Success is Platform, Just Ask @UnBounce CEO Rick Perreault – Video Interview

Pin It In this video interview, I sit down with Rick Perreault, the CEO of UnBounce to discuss the life of a startup, blogging, platform development, and removing obstacle so your people can do their job. UnBounce is a great example of a content-driven business. They have an amazing blog where Oli Gardner (and frequent [...]

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