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Try These Unique Ideas To Share Your Social Media Updates

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Try These Unique Ideas To Share Your Social Media Updates
Do you often find it challenging to find new and creative ways to impress your target audience with interesting content? Often, even the most seasoned marketers don’t find it easy to get new thoughts and ideas to share on their social networks. It’s tough to keep up with the demand of supply of content that can engage and entertain your online visitors. But there are certainly some cool techniques that you can employ for publishing new updates on social media through your posts. Let’s look at how you can achieve greater success by using some of these methods that we’ve shared below: -Share interesting quotes with readers Quotes are always popular among the viewers and especially, if you’ve some attention-grabbing ones, then they can surely do the trick. Try sharing quotes that are relevant to your area of expertise and industry. There are plenty of websites from which you can seek inspirational ideas and quotes, if you dig deeper...

How to Update Your Website During the 2014 Google Updates

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How to Update Your Website During the 2014 Google Updates
As Google makes the rules more complex, website owners, marketers, and SEO professionals need get to work cleaning up their tactics. Everything we have seen in the 2011, 2012, and especially the 2013 updates is still relevant in the Google 2014 Updates. Google is further refining their algorithm in an effort to remove useless results and spammy content from searches. As we see the updated versions of Hummingbird, Panda, Payday, Penguin, and Spam carried out we can expect further micro-adjustments that target both content and link quality. Google 2014 Updates: Hummingbird applies to mobile devices. Panda 4.0 redefines your websites authority on the internet. Payday 2.0 seeks to eliminate payday loan spammers and related content spam. Penguin is just a minor refresh, not an update, to the 2013 link-spammer cleanup. Spam 3.0 specifically seeks to target spammy sites and SEO marketers and eliminate them. Lets look at how the Google 2014 Updates affect...

How To Create Rich LinkedIn Company Pages Using 5 Simple Steps?

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Did you know that there are over 3 million companies who have LinkedIn company pages with over 1,275,000 products and services displayed along these pages? As a smart marketer, it certainly makes sense to use this incredible social platform to reap the best rewards for your business. There are many benefits of having a good LinkedIn company page that can represent your brand in the market and provide excellent exposure to your products. Here are some smart ideas that you can use for creating some stunning LinkedIn company pages: -Share rich and valuable content pages Most companies are not sure of what type of content to include in their company pages and end up making it more confusing for their potential customers. Showcase what your business has to offer by providing a brief overview of all the products and services by giving a proper description. To make it more lively and interesting, you can include white papers, blogs, how-to’s, short case studies etc....

Google's Algorithm: Where to Next?

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Google's Algorithm: Where to Next?
Internet marketers everywhere are scrambling to make sense of Google's many algorithm changes. While Google's changes only affect a subset of all searches, some marketers have nevertheless suffered significant losses to their bottom line in the form of traffic loss. If you fall under this category, it is crucial to understand why Google makes these changes and what these changes imply. Google's trajectory for its algorithm is predictable, and if you get ahead of the curve, you can insulate yourself from future damage. The Recent Changes Over the past five years, Google has rolled out four major changes to its algorithm. They are, in order of appearance: Caffeine, Panda, Penguin and Hummingbird. Caffeine was an update to Google's index, the part of the search engine responsible for locating and ranking websites. Introduced in 2009, Caffeine provided 50% faster searches. The update was an unprecedented upgrade to the search engine's architecture, and it closed a...

Making the Most Out of Facebook's Subscribe Feature

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Making the Most Out of Facebook's Subscribe Feature
A lot of people think that the only users who can benefit from Facebook's Subscribe button are bloggers, journalists, political figures, and the like. However, this nifty feature can also do wonders if you're an entrepreneur. With the subscribe feature, people who aren't your friends will able to see your public updates on their newsfeed. If you own a business, this can really help get the word out about your company. Think of it as another avenue to help market your business. Enabling Subscriptions First things first. If you want to take advantage of the Subscribe feature, be sure to enable it. To do this, click on the Subscribers box on you Timeline. Click "Settings", and then click "On" to allow other people other than your friends to subscribe to your public updates. You can also edit who can leave comments on your updates (i.e. Everyone, Friends of Friends, or just Friends). You also need to tweak your privacy...

Marketing Your Business with Google+

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Marketing Your Business with Google+
Google+ is the newest social network. Search giant Google developed it, and, as of November, 2011, it had about 31 million users. Until recently, Google+ only offered personal pages, but in November they started offering pages to businesses as well. These pages are available by invitation only for the moment, but the sooner your business can get one, the better. Does My Business Need a Page? Well, marketing professionals say yes. Even if you're already struggling to find the time to manage your Facebook and Twitter pages, you should add a Google+ page as soon as you get an invitation. Post the same information and statuses on your Google+ page as you're posting on your Facebook and Twitter accounts and you won't add much extra work, beyond setting up the page. Unlike Facebook, Google+ business pages have no ads. Since your customers won't be exposed to marketing messages from your competitors, a Google+ page may be a better target...

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