More Articles from Archive ~ July, 2012

This is cute. Not funny, but cute. I didn’t laugh, but Louis CK fans might (haha, bathroom humor- not). But it’s still cute. Watch it. Also, Janet Reno. Hat tip to Spin Sucks for making me aware of this!

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I created this diagram (in the course of a recent post-Penguin SEO audit) to help you understand how to interconnect your social distribution networks while also getting an SEO link benefit. First off, social media is intimidating. Too many sites, too many options, and no idea what to do first. What’s most important? Social Media […]

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Anyone who’s stuck on the topic of Social Media ROI has it half-right. Yes, social media should certainly bring you value for all the time and money you throw at it. It should certainly win you customers and sales and revenue. But it doesn’t create sales all alone… it teams up with search engine optimization […]

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I am stunned lately how much good new music I can find from Rdio.com (pronounced are-dee-oh). I prefer Rdio to Spotify because I like browser-based Internet music better than a desktop program, and I also love how easy it is to discover new music with Rdio. But here was the earth-shattering news in late June 2012: Spotify […]

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If you didn’t know, Google shook up the search engine world in late May 2012 with their Penguin update. Sure, Google has always pushed out algorithm updates- it’s nothing new- and Panda was an issue for companies with massive amounts of low quality content (think: article websites). But Google hasn’t shaken things up this much […]

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Facebook, Twitter, and SEO post-penguin… oh my.  Are you suddenly realizing your company needs a lot of content? Like every day? But you can’t create enough? Try memejacking. If you haven’t started Memejacking yet, here’s a good post on how to do that (I don’t always link to HubSpot, but when I do, it’s really good). I’ve […]

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