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

    Social authority, in most cases measured by a given persons G+ profile, has the potential to become a major ranking factor in the emerging world of app-based or semantic knowledge engines. Many companies net out in the middle – high profile...

  2. gShift Gives Content Marketers More Ways to Mine Twitter Keyword Data

    The following shows data derived from the tool for the keyword “mobile SEO”, with the first graph showing the keyword’s performance profile: SEO software company gShift announced a new way for content marketers to mine valuable data from the...

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

    Guest blogging used to almost be seen as a badge of honor for the ones writing the guest post, especially when a high-profile website asked for or invited others to guest blog. In essence, it was a big deal when a high-profile website thought your...

  4. Unruly's Second Opinion on Top 10 Social Video Trends for 2014

    SW: The Winter Olympics and the Super Bowl are great sporting spectacles in their own right and combined with the World Cup opportunity, the first half of 2014 is open season for brands in search of high-profile, massively high-reach conversations...

  5. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

    For more information on how to set up your publisher profile, check out this Google+ starter guide. The following properties have the highest likelihood of showing up for brand terms: Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

  6. These 10 Types of Blog Posts Save the Day When You’re Out of Ideas

    While it can round out the profile of your company personae to talk about the charitable things that you’ve done, to brag about industry achievements or to rail against an unpopular local government issue that impacts your audience, you do run the...

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

    Blocking someone from Twitter means you're not only not following him/her, but that person can no longer follow you, reply to you, or see your profile on a Twitter search. If you report a profile as spam, Twitter will block that user from following...