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by Shari Finnell Are people tweeting about your web site? Sharing your content with friends? Leaving comments on your blog posts? Recommending your site to others? Here at Slingshot SEO, we think there’s no reason your content shouldn’t be shared if it’s worth talking about. Lately, I’ve been thinking about what it takes for someone...
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by Sharmin Kent The Internet gives millions of people a way to connect with each other, create communities, and identify and address needs that aren’t met in the “real” world. But online communities can build markets for products and services as well: Creating those markets often requires targeted content that speaks to niche audiences. With...
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by Shari Finnell When it comes to creating art, I’m a wimp. For those who know me, I’ve got this thing called a “major block” when it comes to plastering paint on canvas. My cabinets are stocked with everything it takes to create a facsimile of a masterpiece … acrylic paints, watercolors, brushes, palettes, canvasses,...
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by Sharlene Boodram For the last year or two, Infographics have been carving out significant space on the Internet, with no signs of slowing down. In many cases, Infographics draw higher volumes of attention than other forms of web content. However, there is also a growing epidemic of shoddy Infographics that needs to be addressed....
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by Jessica Wilkinson There are lots of buzz words and phrases being thrown around these days within the inbound marketing industry, but the one that makes my heart skip a beat is (drumroll, please) … brand advocacy! You might think that an advocate is someone who RTs a brand or consistently uses a company’s coupons...
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by Jody Mugele SEO can often have that which-came-first-the-chicken-or-the-egg feel. In general, SEO is a concept that’s difficult to understand. You can’t touch it. SEO practices change. There are few hard and fast rules, few classes, and few experts on the matter. Often it’s a struggle to even explain it, even when you’re an SEO...
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by Shari Finnell Let’s just consider this blog Part Two of my last post, “Think Like a Journalist.” Here’s why. Google recently announced an algorithm update that should have you seriously thinking about restructuring your company’s content production strategy. You should be approaching it much in the same an online news team would map out...
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by Shari Finnell When it really comes down to it, good writing — the type of stuff people will actually bother to read — is built on a foundation that you probably learned back in grade school. As Sherlock supposedly would put it: “Elementary, my dear Watson. Elementary.” The truth of that hit home to...
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by Guest Blogger Erik Deckers is the co-owner and VP of Creative Services for Professional Blog Service in Indianapolis. He has been blogging since 1997, and has been a published writer for more than 24 years. He has been a newspaper humor columnist for 17 years, and is published in 10 newspapers around Indiana. Erik...
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by Guest Blogger Meta descriptions are like silly old Uncle Bob who gets ignored at Thanksgiving get-togethers. But did you know that Uncle Bob is actually a multi-millionaire looking for a decent niece or nephew to include in his will? Like Bob, meta descriptions are often ignored or duplicated on multiple pages by website page...
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