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

    If you work at The New York Times, you may even get your Twitter handle in your byline. Metadata Open Graph, Twitter Card, Google-specific (Authorship, etc. People, content, functionality, open data, and a bunch of other things will get you...

  2. So... You Think SEO Has Changed?

    A number of other social channels, like YouTube, Twitter, and many more, have required SEO alignment for a long time now. Sure, there is less data to look at (thanks, Google) and there are changes in how the engines deal with some of the technical...

  3. Video Helps Persuade 73% of People to Buy a Product or Service [Survey]

    Then, Animoto's technology does the editing work and in minutes your video is ready to place on your website and share via email, Facebook, Twitter or a link. The data shows that there's a real power in business videos to help people make confident...

  4. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    Agarwal's altruism wasn't for naught; Barby wrote an article that sprinkled several personal thank yous to Agarwal, linked to Agarwal's business, twitter, and the tool he created, and even donated $80 to Agarwal's site, which Agarwal in turn spent...

  5. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

    The following properties have the highest likelihood of showing up for brand terms: Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn. Dominating the first page of Google requires an understanding of the various data types Google displays and how...

  6. 9 Things You Must Update When Moving Your Business Location

    Addresses on Facebook, Twitter, etc.need to be changed. Are you thinking about moving your business to a new location? I always recommend clients make sure each employee has a sheet with the normalized name, address, and phone number (NAP) for the...

  7. SEO in 2014: How to Prepare for Google's 2014 Algorithm Updates

    First we saw the rise of mega platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Major 2013 changes included further releases of Penguin and Panda, Hummingbird taking flight, and the shift away from providing keyword data thanks to encrypted search.