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How To Attract Customers To Your Business Who Are Ready To Buy

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Do you need more customers? Are you sick of people visiting your website or business and not buying? Well keep reading as we will show you How To Attract Customers To Your Business Who Are Ready To Buy. Much worse than having no visitors to your website or business premises is actually getting visitors, but no…

SEO’s Outer Appearance Finally Resembles Its Inner Working

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Were you involved in the online marketing world back in 2010? Earlier? Ever as recently as a couple of years ago, actually, the strategies that were considered surefire paths to SEO domination were completely different from what they are today. Interestingly enough, however, Google was saying the exact same things about how you should try…

Ways to Create Fresh Content to Keep Visitors Coming Back for More

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Creating new content is critical to the success of your web pages, but let’s face it: It’s also a pain in the butt. It often seems like you’ve already said everything you want to say about your blog or website’s subject matter. Yet if you don’t provide a constant stream of fresh, engaging content, you…

Facebook And Google Are Not Your Only Advertising Options

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Marketers, we need to have a talk. For the past few years, the cost per click of Google Adwords, and now Facebook’s newsfeed ads and promoted posts, have been climbing. It makes sense that as platforms have become more and more known to marketers and the public in general, more people have tried to take…

What is On Page SEO?

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Do you want more web traffic? Are you failing to reach your ideal online customer base? If you think that your online success could do with a boost, then you may want to start by improving your SEO. SEO or Search Engine Optimisation is first and foremost about making your website easy to find. By…

Is the Party Over Now that the FCC Passed Net Neutrality?

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As you probably heard by now, the Federal Communications Commission recently approved new rules based on the principles of “net neutrality” that essentially finally put some sort of regulations over Internet usage. Some are calling it the “Equal Opportunity Act” for Internet speeds and access to websites. But is this ultimately good or bad for…

Using “Help A Reporter Out” To Find Experts

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Help A Reporter Out, or HARO, is a PR and journalism platform. Journalists or users registered as media outlets can submit calls for sources for their story ideas, and experts and brands can pick and choose to email various prompts via an email newsletter that HARO sends out several times per day. The platform is…

Redeveloping the Headline – How to Generate and Narrow Down Headline Ideas

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Ever wondered how professional copywriters, ad agency creatives, and online marketers arrive at killer headlines that draw readers in and have them pulling out their wallets like nobody’s business? Wonder no more, because today, we’ll be taking a look at exactly how many of those headlines come to be. The Process One of the things…

Google Announces Cancellation of Its PageSpeed Service

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If you currently are using Google’s free PageSpeed Service to speed up your web pages, you should probably start looking for another service now. That’s because Google recently announced that it is cancelling its PageSpeed service, effective in August. Google’s PageSpeed Service, which was first launched in 2010, uses tools to analyze and optimize websites…

Is Apple Considering Dropping Google as their Default Search Engine?

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It’s no secret that the folks over at Apple have always been a little jealous of Google’s dominance as the Internet’s top search engine. But the iCompany has been bogged down with too many product launches and keeping the company strong in the wake of Steve Jobs’ death to do anything about it. Until now……