SEO News

Advertising Marketing Content Recent Search

RSS
  1. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    Earlier that day, Don asked Lisa to develop a content marketing strategy that would help British Outfitters penetrate the highly competitive U.S.teen fashion market. Let's pause the story to consider how British Outfitters' PR disaster plays a role...

  2. An Integrated Marketing Blueprint to Grow Sales & ROI in 2014

    For many brands, SEO, social media, email marketing, conversion, content marketing, mobile, and website design and development have been approached as independent practices for many years. Nearly 16 percent of the annual marketing budget for B2B...

  3. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    Embedding a tweet means that you can take that tweet and put it directly into the content of an article you're writing or put it directly onto your website. Blocking someone from Twitter means you're not only not following him/her, but that person...

  4. The Role of #Hashtags in Social Media and Search

    Recent Google updates have amplified visibility of hashtags in organic search results on Google.com as well as Google+ as demonstrated by the results of a Google search query for #milliondollarwebsites used to promote my book and Google+ Community.

  5. Meetup Groups Talk Industry Changes, Budgets, and Q4 Tips Ahead of SES San Francisco

    Ted Prodromou: Personally, I see SEO evolving into content marketing where your goal should be to create high quality content and get as many eyes on it as you can by distributing it on popular sites using social media and paid advertising.

  6. Is BuzzFeed's Boom Making Brand Blogs Go Bust?

    B2B companies that blog generate 67 percent more leads per month than those who don't.percent of B2C marketers consider themselves effective at content marketing.percent of consumers say they feel better about, and are more likely to buy from, a...

  7. Ad & Marketing Execs See Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ Investments Increasing [Survey]

    A majority of marketing and advertising execs think Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ will be the top social media investments for the coming months, according to a survey from The Creative Group, a staffing firm for marketing, PR, and advertising...