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JULY 26, 2010 Top 5 Inbound Marketing Articles to Start the Week: Linkbait Techniques
Linkbaiting often gets a bad rap, yet creating great content that generates inbound links is hardly a questionable technique. Our top inbound marketing article of the past week challenges the stereotype that linkbaiting is controversial and offers several great tips for creating link-worthy content. 15 Linkbait Techniques for SEO and Social Media. Agreed?
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AUGUST 26, 2010 35 (of the) Best Guides to Facebook Marketing, Advertising, Search and More of 2010 (So Far)
Whether you’re anxious to get started marketing on Facebook, already there but looking for better results, or not sure if Facebook is right for your company (despite the eye-popping audience numbers), you’ll find guidance here in some of the best posts on Facebook marketing so far in 2010: tips, tactics and best practices for building Facebook pages, growing your fan (or “like ) base, advertising, optimizing for search, using Facebook apps and tools, and more, from experts like Mari Smith, Lisa Barone, Ching Ya, John Haydon, Brian Carter, Marty Weintraub and Shel Holtz.
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MARCH 8, 2011 Best Random but Interesting B2B Marketing Posts, Articles and Resources of 2010
The pieces presented here range from an extensive list of marketing cliches to avoid and tips to shorten the B2B buying cycle to guidance on branding, presentation skills, freelancing, job hunting and more. B2B Marketing Tips, Insights and Resources. Opening this post by writing “Look, we both know that this is linkbait—a top ten list combined with infographics, c’mon!—but
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MARCH 2, 2009 Best of 2008: SEO Link Building
Instead of page and after page of marketing copy, provides news, advice, assets and opportunities for interaction. But regardless of tactics chosen, do try to create an environment for interaction. How To Actually Get Links From Your Linkbait by SEOmoz This post offers three strategies for getting links from your content even when it doesn't make the first page of Digg.
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