Advertising, Social Media

Top 10 Things You Need to Know for Beginner SEO

SEO Guide
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SEO. It’s a term that makes most first-time website owners cringe, but it really isn’t that scary and doesn’t take degree in advanced rocket science to understand it, we promise!

Let’s start out with a few quick facts. SEO stands for “Search Engine Optimization” and essentially its main purpose is to help people on the web looking for you, find you. SEO is a way to make your site more visible to search engines and more likely to pop up when someone searches for something related to your site. This, in turn, generates more traffic to your site so you can make more sales and gain more customers. So, to help you get started we’ve come up with the Top 10 Beginner SEO tips so increase your traffic quickly and easily, no PhD required!

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Advertising, Social Media

How to get Your Hashtag On

Using Hashtags on Any Platform
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Whether you know why they are there or not, it’s pretty safe to say we all see a #hashtag or a two on a daily basis. They’ve spread from their native Twitter to almost every other social sharing platform in just a few short years (fun fact: the first hashtag was tweeted by Chris Messina in 2007.) But what do they really do? Even though all hashtags come in the same format, the purpose and function on each network is different. The general consensus throughout all social networks is we should be using hashtags, so here’s a list of how the top 5 social platforms use hashtags, and which ones will give you the most #bangforyourbuck when it comes to visibility and engagement.

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Productivity

7 Email Fails You Can Now Reverse with Google Undo Send

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You’ve been there, we’ve all been there. Whether it’s a hastily written email back to your boss regarding a certain place he should go, or a drunken break-up email to your significant other that was, “really, just an exercise in creative writing”, emailers remorse is a devastating and often too common quandary in today’s digital society.  Luckily, Google has come to the rescue with it’s new Undo feature (which has actually been around for 6 years!) that will offer you a 5, 10, 20 or 30 second send delay on that email you really, no really shouldn’t have sent, or that questionable photo collage that accidentally went to your entire email list. So which type of email fail do you commit most? Let’s take look through the top 7 types and the top 7 reasons the Google Undo Send feature will be an overwhelming success.

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