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October 2, 2014 Content Marketing Strategies By Tina Courtney-Brown in Article Marketing Featured Marketing Marketing has seen a massive renaissance in recent years, morphing from a game of hard sell tactics to a process that provides actual value to any...
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By Julia Spence-McCoy It’s raining… Google Pandas, Penguins, and other SERP animals. So what’s the latest change in the Google forecast of updates? Starting this past month, Google started to list “how to” lists and directions on SERPs. There are...
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Since it was first introduced to the public in 2003, WordPress has become the most popular blogging system on the World Wide Web, as it offers users free top-notch blogging websites and tools. There are over 60 million websites within...
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Writing Copy for Better Home Page Conversions By Julia Spence-McCoy in Marketing How many people land on your home page and go away? The ultimate goal is to create a home page that pushes conversions, but it’s impossible to do if you don’t...
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How to Secure WordPress from Hackers WordPress has become the most popular platform for designing websites.  Along with it’s ease of use, it is also vulnerable to hackers.  Once your site is hacked, it can be difficult to restore it.  There are...
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Page Rank Explained When the term rank is mentioned, what comes into your mind is the positioning of a variety of things. Therefore, what is page rank? Page rank is the numeric representation of pages in the World Wide Web...
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May 5, 2014 at 10:09am ET by Myles Anderson The terms Brand and Brand Marketing are usually associated with large businesses. Having a brand is seen as something significant — something that only businesses with big ideas and even bigger wallets...
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Report Shines Light on Top Networks For Sharing Information By W. Brice McVicar in Breaking News t Facebook is easily retaining its firm grip as the leader of social networks. A new report by Shareaholic shows the network has remained on top for the first...
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WordPress started becoming popular in 2003 as a blogging tool. Since then, WordPress has become the most popular content management software for all types of websites. Here are a few reasons that WordPress is increasingly popular and why switching to a WordPress website can benefit...
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The Psychology of Color: Trademark Colors & Brand Recognition Pink. Pink is associated with femininity, as well as love, nurturing, and caring. A lighter pink is sweet and often marketed towards young girls, such as Barbie and Hello Kitty. Paradoxically, brighter pink...
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Her’s a little insight into what people are thinking and doing when they are in a retail store.  Local shopping trends are becoming more mobile every day. If you own a local retail shop, it’s more important than ever to...
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Why WordPress Web design? I offer custom Sacramento WordPress web design and free one on one training on how to manage your website.  You will be able to add and update pages and blog posts.  you will also be able...
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January 15th, 2014 | On page Optimization by The RankPay Team The search industry is full of never-ending changes, it’s fluid with new relevancy signals, algorithm changes, and implementation testing that impact rankings consistently.  However, the one constant is that On-Page Optimization remains...
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Writing Good Content is Important Writing good content is important for several reasons. In years past, website content was not considered an important factor in the overall success of a website.  This has all changed along with the way Google...
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How to Spot SEO Scams Jan 22, 2014 at 9:50am ET by Stephan Spencer I have written numerous times on the many myths that abound in SEO. But it seems that no matter how many times I try to bust these myths...
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So, you have a list.  Why aren’t people opening your emails?  It’s all about writing effective email subject lines. Understanding the psychology of your readers is the key to having your email opened. The most important part of your email...
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What is good web design? A good website design is a crucial part your business success. The design can make or break a website. This may seem a no-brainer to most people, but it is often overlooked, especially when free...
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Color plays a huge part in the design of your website. It’s important to think about what emotion you want to convey before deciding on a color scheme based on your own personal preferences.  Your website can evoke a certain...
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What Does a Web Designer Do, exactly You can build a website free or for very little cost on many build-it-yourself platforms so why should you hire an “expert?” What exactly does a website designer DO that justifies the cost...
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Website Pricing: How Much Does A Website Cost? I assume you found this article while doing research about website design prices.  You may be a small company or organization in need of a website, but you’ve heard stories of bad...
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By Terri Seymour Marketing research is the process of gathering information about products and consumers that aids you in connecting with your customers to provide them with the products and services they want and need.  Effective marketing research can help your...
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July 9, 2013 What You Need to Know About Hashtags on Facebook By Dawn Pigoni in Facebook Finally, hashtags on Facebook are going to be functional, just as they are on other social media sites like Instagram, Vine and Twitter. Now, users can...
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October 11, 2013 How to Enhance Mobile Search Interaction By Christian Arno in Smartphones/Mobile Applications Mobile search is increasingly becoming the norm, as more users search for the things they need via Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. According to the latest report from RKG,...
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Advanced Twitter Tactics for Small Businesses By Tina Courtney-Brown in Featured October 4, 2013 Getting an edge in any social media space is, to say the least, a very hard challenge. Rising above the sea of competitors and the ever-present...
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Info Graphic by http://www.slicktext.com/blog/2013/08/dont-need-mobile-youre-nuts-infographic/...
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Is there such a thing as Unlimited Hosting? It seems every Web Hosting company out there is offering unlimited hosting for ridiculous prices.  So what gives?  Is there such a thing as Unlimited Hosting?  Are they really offering unlimited hosting?...
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Social Media: ID Theft, Scams and How to Prevent Becoming a Victim By Joy Mali in Security Social Media 08 2013 Monday 26 Social media has made it easier for people to share their views and opinions with the rest of...
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