Tweet By now, you probably already know that social media affects SEO. The ultimate goal of the search engines is to provide users with results that are highly relevant to their interests. By incorporating social signals into their algorithms, the major search engines are now able to provide results that are more personalized to the […]
Tweet While you might cringe any time you hear a cliché, the fact of the matter is we use clichés in our everyday lives because they make it easier for us to explain something. Clichés are pretty much understood by us all, and they can be used to explain just about anything—even social media marketing. […]
Tweet Social media marketing, in simple words, refers to the use of social media as a tool, to promote or market a particular product or a service. Today, business owners use sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to spread the word about their business. The primary and most important reason for a businessman, to […]
Whether you’re writing about marketing strategies, use instructions, or the best way to utilize a particular product or service, be yourself. Know what you’re talking about, but don’t sound like a technical manual. Who actually reads technical manuals anyway?
Tweet One of the biggest goals for many bloggers is to write a post that hits the front page of Digg. Unfortunately, most bloggers will never sniff the front page of Digg, and in fact, they’ll never even get close to that level of success. The truth is hitting the front page of Digg is […]
Tweet As social media has become increasingly popular, trends have developed in the people using them. Social media users fall into one or more of these descriptions. Which type of social media user are you? 1. Sir Spam-a-Lot– Everyone is familiar with this social media user. This is the guy who submits spam, spams the […]