Archive | November, 2012

Fundamental Tribe Building Strategies for Bloggers

Triberr is a very powerful content distribution tool for bloggers. In fact, it’s so powerful that many don’t quite know how to handle its awesome power. In this post I will pose -and answer- the following questions. How do I use Triberr responsibly? How do I honor not only my tribemates, but also my audience [...]

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Who Does What At Triberr?

Left to right: Dan Cristo, Dino Dogan, and Andres Hernandez I’ve been talking a lot about Triberr lately to people who’ve never heard of it. After they find out that it’s a boot-strapped operation with no outside funding, they always want to know who does what. So this is how I explain it to them. [...]

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Top Internet Sites and How They Got To Be That Way #Video

Last week, Mark Burgess asked me to speak to his students at Rutgers University about content marketing trends and futures. An opportunity to shape young minds?! I’m in! I replied. If you would like the read-version of this post, it’s here. WARNING: I’m in the business of changing minds, and you may not like everything [...]

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Has Google Declared War on Facebook?

They’ve been eyeing each other across the way for years. Two 500lbs giant alpha-male gorillas with faeces in hand and ready to throw. Did Google finally strike the first blow? I was using Spreecast (a Google Hangouts competitor) few days ago, when I got an alert that Chrome is not fully compatible with all Spreecast functions. I found it [...]

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Triberr Primer – Brought To You by @spreecast

Yesterday, Rachel Thompson -aka Bad RedHead Media- invited me to her Spreecast to talk Triberr. I expected this to be just another interview, but Rachel -a long time Triberr member- asked some really, really burning questions that are on a lot of people’s minds. So I decided to publish it here for posterity. If you’re new [...]

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How Agency SEO Practice Differs from In-House SEOs/Consultants [Data]

At Conductor’s C3 conference last month we presented new research that gave attendees a view of how SEO is maturing in the organization (Why 2013 Will be the Year of the SEO).  We looked at factors like headcount, budget, where SEO sits in the organization, and more, and concluded that SEO is indeed rapidly maturing [...]

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Tumblr Functionality for WordPress Bloggers

Tumblr is cool. It had the “retweet” function before Twitter. Tumblr calls it a ReBlog Comments travel with every instance of the ReBlogged post And, Tumblr has it’s own ecosystem of content creators and content consumers (readers and writers) So, I think Tumblr has the right idea. Here’s why: The ReBlog function establishes Tumblr as its own ecosystem independent of Google, [...]

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4 Tips to Skyrocket Your Local SEO Campaign

Have you ever participated in a business course? If you have, then you would remember the famous quote of Bill Gates that your professors might have evoked (and which interestingly relates to local SEO): “In a business the first technological rule used is that in order to magnify the efficiency you need to apply automation [...]

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