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No More Geek-Speak: SEO for Smart Bloggers

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Here is a sample analysis… As you can see, each post or page is graded on search engine standards. Blog this on Blogger. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. How can you learn basic search marketing for blogging in 5 minutes or less? Scribe SEO Copywriting is a practical tool you install and use for each blog or web pages you want to publish. Share this on del.icio.us.

Business Blog Writing: Come on, light my fire!

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In the sample quote I used about a “128-bit secure site,&# wouldn’t it be more interesting if the business blogged about a client who had a bad experience using an unsecured website? Blog this on Blogger. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. Why is content marketing and persuasion so difficult, and what can you do to set people on fire? Share this on del.icio.us.

Content Marketing: Connect the Dots and Drive Results

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Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn: For example, your content should accomplish these 4 goals: Connect with readers right away (ask them about their problems or challenges). Blog this on Blogger. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. Ahhh, that’s what I’ve been trying to figure out for the last 12 years. But that’s not true. Take a survey.

Marketing with Videos: What’s Wrong with the Script?

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I was shocked to read some sample scripts for video commercials being filmed at the studios of iMotionVideo last week in Orlando. know, I know, I should film this blog post with my webcam, but I’m in my pajamas… Blog this on Blogger. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. People are still confusing features and benefits in their marketing messages. Less is more.

4 Content Marketing Goals for a Coach Website

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So the video gives a sampling of what it’s like to see and hear him. Blog this on Blogger. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. How should content marketing be used on the home page of your website? What makes good website copy? No matter what business you’re in, your content must achieve 4 things. Answer questions and educate (by suggesting solutions).

Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010

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70% of bloggers are organically talking about brands on their blog, and 38% of them post brand or product reviews. 35% of bloggers are professional journalists. 5% of Americans had heard of Twitter in 2008; that figure rose to 87% last year. Frequent best-of contributor Brian Solis shares stats from Technorati showing that nearly half of all bloggers are U.S.-based, Digg this!

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Blog Marketing Tactics - 10 Tested, Proven Ideas

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All you need to do is create an excel doc and add the email addresses of popular bloggers/journalists in your industry and brief description of what they cover (bonus points if you know these people well enough to do this without descriptions).  Throughout 2008, I gathered quotes from some of my favorite bloggers and published it: 22 inspirational quotes.  Exactly. 6.  Well done.

Content Curation in B2B Marketing

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It’s already happened in the consumer world: Sites like Digg (social curation) which have little or no original content have become key resources for information. Business buyers typically seek additional information and resources for information on business products and services. Pure content creation is demanding. Pure automation of content aggregation doesn’t foster interaction.

Book Review: Social Media Marketing

Webbiquity

wore out a highlighter on this one, but here are a sampling of representative quotes: “The difficult part of finding success in social media is dedicating the resources and time to your social media strategy. She provides an excellent taxonomy of the social media landscape, categorizing the different types of social media tools into: • Social News Sites (Digg, Reddit, Kirtsy, etc.).

Content Marketing Biases: Your Attitude Is Showing

Writing on the Web

They appear as statistically “large&# effects that are often shown by majorities of samples of Americans. Blog this on Blogger. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. How biased are you about peoples’ faces, ages, skin tone, body size, ethic origins? Scientists know that our attitudes and prejudices are subconscious. Don’t believe me? Or, maybe you believe me and are saying “So what?&# You need to know how your customers and clients see your biases showing up. Your biases are reflected in everything you do, including your content marketing.