Maximize your SEO benefit on Google+ in 8 simple steps
NOVEMBER 8, 2011
Let me boil my last post, Google Plus was born prematurely and you should take advantage , down to practical pieces. To help you carefully handle Google+ for maximum advantage, I’ve assembled eight steps that help you get the best searh visibility from your Google+ posts. Here’s my Google+ public profile. Use a clean URL when you add your content to Google+.
The dashboard has finally been perfected
OCTOBER 28, 2014
never remember to check Google Analytics, Webmaster tools, my AdSense revenue, and even what’s coming in to my Desk.com help desk inbox as it happens. Widgets and Google Gadgets? Then, I can stream social mentions, my inboxes, my site performance data, questions and queries happening on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, help desk queries, and even project management stuff.
Integrating RSS Feeds, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, a Primer for Managing your Social Media Time Efficiently
SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
First, my toolset: RSS Reader from Google. Google Chrome. My process only works with this browser. (But feel free to test others after it’s set up with Chrome). Accounts on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Gmail account to use Google’s Reader. Second, download the following extensions from Google Chrome Store: G o to https://chrome.google.com/webstore. Search and install the following extensions: Gooce+ that lets you view your LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter feeds from Google+. Extended Share for Google Plus.
LinkedIn Tips and Tweaks: Do More with your LinkedIn Account
Buzz Marketing for Technology
OCTOBER 3, 2008
Change Your LinkedIn URL. When you create a public profile on LinkedIn, it generates a random URL for your profile. To edit the URL of your LinkedIn profile go here. Try adding your name in the URL to improve the Google rankings of your profile when people search for your name. Friendfeed Twitter Linkedin Facebook. The Unnecessary Complex Design of Google Blogs Search. Google Blogs Search Gets Charts and News Clustering. Google SMS Channels: Send SMS Text Messages to your Group for Free. AdSense Sandbox. People You May Know.
4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader
Buzz Marketing for Technology
JUNE 27, 2008
Google Tutor. Your how-to guide for Google with Google tutorials, tips for using Google and advice. Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader. Google Reader is a very popular online tool for reading RSS feeds. As a result, the number of ways to get a new feed in to Google Reader has multiplied. If you are just getting started with Google Reader, and you don’t have any specific feeds in mind to add, using the built-in add subscription button is going to be your first stop. The Google Reader folks have created â??bundlesâ??
How to Become a Stellar Guest Blogger
JANUARY 4, 2011
AdSense/CPC Blogging & RSS Design Getting Started Making Money Traffic / Promotion The Step-by-Step Guide to Guest Blogging June 14, 2010 · 33 comments This is a guest post by Ann Smarty of MyBlogGuest.com. Reply Ann Smarty June 14, 2010 at 2:18 pm Follow on Twitter: @seosmarty Lisa, Thank you so much for accepting the post as well as for your kind words. I am thrilled to be here!
Book Review: Blogger -- Beyond the Basics
AUGUST 5, 2009
If you write a blog on Google’s Blogger platform—or have any plans to—you need to pick up a copy of Blogger: Beyond the Basics: Customize and promote your blog with original templates, analytics, advertising, and SEO (From Technologies to Solutions) by Lee Jordan. This is the definitive guide to planning, designing, pimping out, promoting, monetizing, measuring and SEO-ing a Blogger blog.
How NOT to pitch a blog | Online Marketing Blog
JUNE 15, 2009
receive dozens of scripted link requests daily all promising the tremendous benefits achieved from reciprocal linking despite the abundance of information available today touting the dangers of excessive linking from Google’s point of view. Use Yahoo Site Explorer - Whois lookup of the domain name owner - Look up the blog in Technorati, sometimes the profile shows the blog owner’s real name - Search Google, Google blog search or Technorati for the blog name or url. Please don’t. That’s great, but what does it have to do with search marketing?