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Keyword Research For Social media PT.2

  • 19th November 2012
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In part one of keyword research for social media we went over what a keyword is and what to look for when performing keyword research on social media. This process is a vital role in understanding trending content and help you weave out the correct terms and phrases to be able to monitor or engage… Read more

Keyword Research for Social Media Pt. 1

  • 9th October 2012
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Conducting keyword research for search marketing is critical to achieving success with organic and paid search advertising. Conducting keyword research for your social media presence is critical in reaching and analyzing your audience. Performing keyword research helps you understand what your audience is saying about your brand, products,

Content and Keyword Ideas from Google’s Contextual Targeting Tool

  • 2nd July 2012
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Generating content ideas for your website, and the keywords to target within that content, can be a consistent challenge to SEO campaigns, bloggers and webmasters alike, especially if you are dealing with a less-than-exciting industry like say… cardboard boxes (shout out to The Simpsons for this random industry selection).

2011 Top Search Queries and Shared Content

  • 30th December 2011
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By: Ryan Miller Search engines, data aggregators and social websites are in the midst of releasing the most popular searches and most popular content for 2011.  So what did 2011 look like on the worldwide web?  Let’s take a look! First up is Google, who have updated their Google Zeitgeist website for 2011. Google Zeitgeist… Read more

Google Adwords Simplifies Competitiveness Ranking for Keywords

  • 27th October 2011
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By: Ryan Miller Yesterday Google updated how they present their ratings for a keyword’s competitiveness in their Keyword Tool from the green bar (wherein the more green in the bar, the high the competition) we’ve come to know and love has been simplified to a text categorization of “Low”, “Medium” or “High”. The categories of… Read more