Monthly Archives: July 2014

7 Lies About SEO You Probably Believe

SEO has been around for so many years that it should be easy to figure out what you should and shouldn’t do, right?I wish that were the case!The thing about SEO is that it’s constantly evolving. Not only does that … Continue reading

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The Blog Your Blog Could Look Like: Data on the Impact of Evergreen Content

There is a lot of talk out there about how writing more blog posts will get you to the blogging promise land where your blog generates a ton of new visitors and leads every week. You’ve seen the data — you … Continue reading

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Service Drains Competitors’ Online Ad Budget — Krebs on Security

The longer one lurks in the Internet underground, the more difficult it becomes to ignore the harsh reality that for nearly every legitimate online business there is a cybercrime-oriented anti-business. Case in point: Today’s post looks at a popular service … Continue reading

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The secret of Minecraft — The Message — Medium

It’s almost inevitable: I encounter Minecraft somewhere online—it’s easy to do, because there’s a lot of Minecraft out there—and I end up convinced I’m doing the wrong thing with my life.Let me explain. via The secret of Minecraft — The … Continue reading

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Why It Might Be Time to Completely Change Your Social Media Strategy | Convince and Convert: Social Media Strategy and Content Marketing Strategy

I recently delivered the closing keynote at the Social Fresh Conference in Orlando the next Social Fresh – a conference I very much endorse – is in October in San Diego.My presentation was called “Shotguns Trump Rifles: Why Social Success … Continue reading

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Could a Robot Write Great Headlines? – Jeffbullas’s Blog

I have just discovered a tool thanks Kerwin Rae! that makes coming up with a good headline or idea that much easier. Its called Portent’s Content Idea Generator. via Could a Robot Write Great Headlines? – Jeffbullas’s Blog.

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7 Content Marketing Lessons Learned from Losing 225,418 Visitors a Month

During its peak, the KISSmetrics blog received 768,766 visitors a month and was growing at a rapid pace. Can you guess what our monthly traffic is now?We get 543,348 visitors, which means our traffic is down by a whopping 225,418 visitors. … Continue reading

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