Archive: July, 2010

How to Use PostRank for Social Media Analytics

Posted by Kristi Hines - July 20, 2010 - Analytics, Social Media
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PostRank offers real time social media data and analysis on almost every topic or trend that is relevant to your blog, business, niche, and industry that goes beyond other analytics programs. Let’s look at how to use PostRank, search for blogs, see top blogs on particular topics, the stats you can find, and what you […]

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Increase Conversions with this Pre-Launch Product Checklist

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 19, 2010 - Ecommerce, SEO
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When you create a new product that you plan on launching on your website or blog, it takes more than just a good product idea for it to be successful.  It needs to be marketed properly to your target audience.  A few things I learned from when I released the Link Builder’s Toolkit, was the […]

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Google’s Ad Rank EcoSystem: How Does It Work?

Posted by Ryan Beale - July 16, 2010 - SEM
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In my last post, I discussed how to create a Google AdWords campaign. Before purchasing keywords on Google AdWords, you may be curious to know how Google in fact ranks advertisements. Have you ever wondered how Google ranks advertisements when you perform a search on Google? This post aims to clarify that question. Google Ad […]

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The Importance of Building a Natural Link Profile

Posted by Roko Nastic - July 16, 2010 - SEO
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Link building is essential to any website that wants to climb the search engine rankings and stay there. What a lot of people fail to understand is that this is not as simple as finding as many links as you can, no matter where from, and then adding them all in one go. If a website is to be consistently successful in the search engines, it has to possess a natural link profile.

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How to Find the Most Influential People on Twitter in Your Niche

Posted by Kristi Hines - July 15, 2010 - Social Media
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Have you ever wanted to see who is the most influential Twitter user intersted in a particular topic, niche, or industry? There are several ways to do this, many benefits, and ways to interact with them as well. Finding Influential Twitterers So first off, how do you find the most influential Twitter users? One way […]

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The Fringe Benefits of Blogging

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 14, 2010 - Blogging
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Throughout the 3 years that StayOnSearch has been around, I didn’t truly see the full value of the fringe benefits that you gain from blogging until recently.  Now that the blog is receiving a respectable amount of traffic and has built a loyal readership, there are many more opportunities that come in, that I never […]

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4 Reasons to Provide Video Transcripts

Posted by Kristi Hines - July 13, 2010 - Blogging
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More and more often, I am finding blog posts that are nothing more than a video with little to no text details. As video blogging becomes more and more prevalent, I think it is a great time to look at four reasons why video transcripts should be included in the blog posts or pages, as […]

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How To Assemble the All-Star Content Promotion Team

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 12, 2010 - Blogging, Social Media
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Content promotion is getting to be as important as creating the actual content.  I think what people are starting to realize is that just creating great content will only take you so far.  This is one of the reasons Social Media and SEO are blending together.  You need both to truly see the full value […]

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