How to Use SMS Marketing to Boost Your Blog’s Audience

This guest post is by Josh Sayers of Adventure Connections Remember SMS? That old-school way of texting people before the dawn of i-message and Whatsapp? Don’t worry, most people have forgotten all about it too! Did you know that 98% of all text messages are read and, although most people don’t like to admit it,…

Rank Checker Update

Recently rank checker started hanging on some search queries & the button on the SEO Toolbar which launched rank checker stopped working. Both of these issues should now be fixed if you update your Firefox extensions. If ever the toolbar button doesn’t work one can enable the Menu bar in Firefox, then go under the…

Optimizing YouTube For E-commerce In 2017

As broadband Internet becomes more widespread and accessible across the world, the share of video content is rapidly and inevitably growing. The majority of users regard video as the easiest medium to perceive. It is only natural, then, that YouTube, being the best-known video sharing service, is an incredibly important tool for any online marketer.…

5 reasons to give SEO experts a seat at the website planning table

Maybe it’s your company’s yearly planning session, or maybe the meeting is being called because your website is in dire need of a refresh. Whether the goal is to help form a new layout for the website, or to start creating the content calendar for the year, the planning sessions will naturally have product heads,…

Online Reputation Manager Reveals Key ORM Process Details

Go figure… The online reputation management industry has an image problem. So it’s time to pull an Elon Musk and share a blueprint of how to do it right. These are the details you won’t see anywhere in public, not even at conferences. Read the full article at MarketingProfs Powered by WPeMatico

8 Can’t-Miss Off-Page SEO Strategies to Build Your Online Reputation

Posted by ronell-smith Off-page SEO is the act of optimizing your brand’s online and offline footprint through the use of content, relationships, and links to create an optimal experience for prospects and search engine crawl bots. It typically leads to gradual increases in positive brand mentions, search rankings, traffic to your site, and conversions. Sounds…

What Does a Marketing Coordinator Do?

So you have your marketing degree. Now what? You may have a marketing coordinator gig lined up or might be thinking the entry-level role is the right stepping stone for you. Check out what this insider has to say about the job so you can find out just what you’ll be getting yourself into. Then…

Why Social Makes Every Marketer a Researcher

Marketers in every industry and at companies of all sizes of all shapes and sizes know they should be doing research before acting. Whether it’s getting a better understanding of top terms and phrases to use in messaging or getting a view into your target audience, research is a powerful tool to make our jobs…

Interview: Why marketers shouldn’t waste their time with Google Posts

The search engine results page recently saw the return of Google Posts, the part-social, part-publishing feature that was launched by Google a little over a year ago during the US Presidential Election. Billed as “an experimental new podium on Google”, Google Posts has attracted a lot of attention from marketers, search specialists and Google enthusiasts…