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  1. SEO for Startups & New Businesses: An 11 Step Plan

    If your business will thrive by getting your inventory or content into as many places as possible, consider creating data feeds or APIs for third-party developers to use. This means knowing the target keyphrase for the content and getting it into...

  2. 9 Things You Must Update When Moving Your Business Location

    This means Google Places, Yelp, Chamber of Commerce information, Bing Places, Yahoo Local, AngiesList, HealthGrades, and more will need to be updated. Those are the places you need to change first. Addresses on Facebook, Twitter, etc.need to be...

  3. Integrating Owned, Earned & Paid Media For Better SEO

    Bottom line: The more places the search engines see your brand legitimately engaged, the more authority you earn, which contributes to visibility and search engine rank. Internet users (your customers) conduct searches in places beyond the ever...

  4. Login With Amazon: What is it and Why Should Online Business Owners Care?

    Just like other sign in services, Login with Amazon is designed to allow users to login to multiple places without the hassle of remembering or storing that information. Comparatively, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and the majority of other services...

  5. Get the Picture: Brands Use Instagram for Visual Marketing

    Instagram enables brands and individuals to share the people, places and things related to the adventures and lifetime experiences through images, in real-time. The popular photo-sharing platform snaps up 7.3 million daily users in the U.S.and last...

  6. 5 Ways to Improve Social Engagement in Mobile Apps

    Promote Social Sharing in Logical Places Instagram benefits from extending the user to self-select images that their Facebook or Twitter audiences will enjoy. It’s becoming perfectly clear that Facebook and Twitter are going to be mega-platforms...

  7. What Google Analytics New Social Reports Offer & What They Can’t

    For example, networks such as Twitter and Facebook are communities in much the same way that Manhattan and Brooklyn, two places I hang out at, often, but most of those people there do not act together in any communistic sense that relate to my...