We are discovering an important new tool and are excited to share it with you. It’s called HelpAReporter.com (HARO). Visit this website and subscribe right now – you won’t regret it! What? Journalists who write blogs and books, for newspapers and magazines, use HARO to post their latest assignments. Subscribers (like me) receive 2-3 emails… Read more »
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Today on the ShoeMoney Blog there was a great post by Brian Norgard called “5 Ways To Find & Acquire Customers On Twitter“. I recommend that you click over and read his blog post. But first, we’ll summarize what Brian said here, and add a few comments of our own on a few great ways… Read more »
Social media or social networking is basically a type of word of mouth marketing. You’re more likely to purchase a product or service, or become more loyal to a brand if you get a positive recommendation from a friend or family member. The internet has allowed us to expand this friend base to more than… Read more »
If you’re the slightest bit geeky like myself, you’ve probably heard about Twitter. A few months ago when this micro blog of sorts came out, the general consensus was, what’s the point? You sign up for an account and follow people (which kind of seems like stalking them) and you have 140 characters to “tweet”… Read more »
Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting recently made an interesting post in his “Ramblings About SEO” blog titled “11 Ways to Recognize a Bad SEO Firm”. We liked it enough to share it with our readers as well. Here’s our summary of what he had to say, but you can also click the link above… Read more »
Summary of Upright Communications attendance at the Search Marketing Expo, including information on blended search, link building, local search, social media and blogging.
My first day at SMX West 2008 was spent in sessions focused on optimizing video, images, local results and more for blended search results as well as link building strategies.