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  • The Top 10 Twitter SEO Tips
    By on August 26th, 2009 | 24 Comments24 Comments Comments
    The Top 10 Twitter SEO Tips
    The Top 10 Twitter SEO Tips 1. Choose a good handle Be sure to pick an optimal handle thats relevant to your brand or campaign and easy to remember. Your handle (also known as your Username) then becomes part of your customized Twitter URL such as twitter.com/yoursite or twitter.com/yourtopic. Doing this creates a static address for future search indexing, which also helps usability for other cross-channel promotions. So choose wisely! The fun challenge: doing all this while keeping your name short and succinct so its easily tweetable. 2. Select an account name wisely Optimize the Twitter acco...
  • 101 Ways To Drive Traffic To Your Website
    By on August 26th, 2009 | 12 Comments12 Comments Comments
    101 Ways To Drive Traffic To Your Website
    Ways To Drive Traffic To Your Website I think this package about 101 ways to driver traffic to your website will be help you because i got it from a friend of mine, he has publish it in Digital Point forum and got almost good vote for it . If you want preview original link from DP forum, visit here . After that, this is 101 ways about traffic : 1. Join MyBlogLog, add friends, and join communities. 2. Sign up for Technorati and ping it when your blog content changes. 3. Use a ping service like pingomatic to ping RSS aggregators. 4. Submit your blog to all of the directories on Robin Goods list ...
  • Ads Not Getting Clicked ?
    By on August 26th, 2009 | 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    Ads Not Getting Clicked ?
    Ads Not Getting Clicked? What’s the Dwell Rate Like? Online advertising is not just about the clicks, as a recent study from marketing firm Eyeblaster clearly illustrates. Users can engage with advertisements without actually clicking through. In fact, Eyeblaster is even trying to coin a new metric called dwell time. This is in reference to the amount of time a user dwells on an ad. This could mean different things depending on the nature of the ad. It could be how long the ad is viewed if it contains video, how long it is expanded if it is expandable, etc. As more and more ads utilize r...
  • How to Become A SEO Expert
    By on August 26th, 2009 | 9 Comments9 Comments Comments
    How to Become A SEO Expert
    How to Become an SEO Expert Search engine optimization (SEO) is more difficult than rocket science. Becoming a Jedi-level SEO master requires years of practice for most mere mortals, and like a Jedi, if one falls out of practice, one’s skills quickly wane. This is not a static science. Search algorithms change constantly, and as they are carefully protected secrets, one can never know what those designing the search engines are really doing under the hood. No, it’s not rocket science; A more apt analogy would be trying to reverse engineer a UFO that one can only see from afar, the ...
  • Google Caffeine – A Taste Test
    By on August 24th, 2009 | 7 Comments7 Comments Comments
    Google Caffeine – A Taste Test
    Earlier this month, Google invited the public to take their next generation of web search, code named Caffeine, for a test drive. The new search infrastructure is the beginning of Google’s advance towards improving indexing speed and scale as the size of the web grows increasingly cumbersome. Google is seeking feedback on the changes from experienced users and web developers by making Caffeine available via a web developer preview. “It’s the first step in a process that will let us push the envelope on size, indexing speed, accuracy, comprehensiveness and other dimens...
  • The Best URL Shorteners For Twitter Success
    By on August 24th, 2009 | 9 Comments9 Comments Comments
    The Best URL Shorteners For Twitter Success
    Provide your followers with reliable links Time and time again, we have talked about marketing on Twitter, and doing so remains a good idea. If you are a little stuck on the how, though – and particularly the how of how to direct traffic to my site when tweets can not exceed 140 characters – here are more details. Have you heard about URL shorteners ? These nifty things take standard URLs (like http://aidadvisors.com/ for a kind of petite example) and convert them into bite-size links (like http://n70.info/84986e). The longer the URL, the more useful the shorteners are. Still, sinc...
  • How Twitter Can Make You A Better Writer
    By on August 22nd, 2009 | 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    How Twitter Can Make You A Better Writer
    Twitter is a hoot! It can be wildly addictive and beneficial to your business. But did you know that Twitter can actually make you a better, faster Expert Author? Hemingway was a master at boiling things down to their essence and writing simply but profoundly. He kept only that which was important. Twitter can give you the practice you need to become a better, faster, more concise and clear writer. Discovering this will make your articles all the more well-written while also adding speed to the overall authoring process.Embrace SimplicityTweeting makes you think and write simply. With o...
  • Corporate Branding is Key to a Successful Business
    By on August 22nd, 2009 | 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    Corporate Branding is Key to a Successful Business
    Corporate Branding is Key to a Successful Business Corporate branding is the process of establishing a name and image for your business. It is something, which should be done by every organization, and establishes a name for your product or service. While you can have a successful business without the use of corporate branding, it is much harder to remain in the minds of customers when you do not have a brand or logo for them to associate your business with. Corporate branding begins with the designing of a relevant logo, website, business cards, letterheads, and any other promotional material...
  • Caffeine, Google’s Mild Stimulus
    By on August 22nd, 2009 | 4 Comments4 Comments Comments
    Caffeine, Google’s Mild Stimulus
    Although denying it has anything to do with the recent launch of Bing, Google’s Matt Cutts unveiled their “secret project”, one of the biggest behind-the-scenes updates to Google search in three years and is now testing the next-generation architecture of web search, called Caffeine. In fairness to Matt Cutts, he said changes to Google search have been in progress for a number of months and hence, by implication, that the launch of Bing had nothing to do with the development of Caffeine. Moreover, I would hesitate to guess, it has far more to do with speed in real-time, so as...
  • More to Retweeting Than Meets the Eye for Businesses ...
    By on August 21st, 2009 | 6 Comments6 Comments Comments
    More to Retweeting Than Meets the Eye for Businesses ?
    The Rise of the Retweet with Pros and Cons Retweeting is a phenomenon that has taken the Twitter world by storm. The concept began when somebody added the letters RT to somebody else’s tweet and posted it as their own. The idea caught on on a massive scale, and now there are services that utilize retweeting as the backdrop of their entire purposes. Some of Twitter’s best features are emergentpeople inventing simple but creative ways to share, discover, and communicate. One such convention is retweeting, says Twitter Co-founder Biz Stone. Disclaimer: If you are not a Twitterer, you ...