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  1. The Challenge of Enterprise Link-Building in a Content Marketing World

    Assuming that your content is exceptional, having your blogging team reach out to their contacts and ask for a peer review or an opinion on the new content can very often lead to excellent suggestions on how to improve it, as well as links.

  2. 8 Free Must-Attend Networking Events at ClickZ Live San Francisco

    The promise of a great digital marketing event is not just learning, but also networking with peers, making new contacts and forging new opportunities. On August 12, learn with Google in this dedicated all-day “classroom” with four sessions hosted...

  3. Why You Need to Own Your Data & Digital Assets

    In addition to analytics and reporting, it is important to put in place a regime of downloading contacts, fans, friends, etc.into formats that facilitate relationship-building away from the platform. Google is very strict about Google Analytics...

  4. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    Not everyone realizes that if someone contacts you out of the blue offering an article, it's good to be skeptical. Those reasons existed way before Google and they'll continue into the future. As the quality declined and the prevalence of poor...

  5. Effective Storytelling for Brands: How to Drive Discovery & Engagement

    And what we do in each of these places is read, watch, and listen to the stories our friends, contacts, and influencers share with us. Before Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, Google was already amplifying consumer word-of-mouth by retrieving and...

  6. Broken Link Building: How to Find Thousands of Broken Link Opportunities at a Time

    Software will only pick up between 20-60% of contacts for your prospects. You can use Google operators to find resources page using searches like ‘gourmet food inurl:resources' (see Advanced Search Operator Tactics for much more on this), use a...

  7. Breaking Up With Your Spokesperson: Men's Wearhouse Applied to Authorship

    If they switch industries, the content remains and is exposed to the new contacts in their Google+ network. Whoever removes information first loses – either the author loses any rank they may have and/or their previous work, or the company loses...