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Three Ways Google Plus Ripples Can Increase Your Visibility Online

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

When you publish a piece of content, would you rather make a splash with towering waves rippling outwards to great lengths or a subtle wave with barely any spread? Google+ Ripples can help create the splash you need to make with your content. Ripples are defined as an interactive visual aid of the shares for […]

Beyonce vs Sharknado: Social Media Buzz

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

The use of social media is pivotal when sharing content. Specifically, Twitter has become a reliable source for sending content catered to a narrow or broad audience depending on the topic. In August of 2013, the movie Sharknado was broadcast to millions of viewers. The astonishing aspect of the movie does not lie in the […]

The SEO Elf on the Shelf [VIDEO]

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

An Elf on the Shelf usually visits homes around the world with a role in reporting back to Santa on who’s been naughty or nice. This year, one special Elf ended up in a different home. Watch the video to see how one Elf with SEO knowledge does at an internet marketing company, and how […]

Misleading Statistics: How Visual Data Can Go Bad [GRAPHICS]

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Visual content like infographics are more popular than ever. They are a fantastic, shareable way to provide useful content to relevant audiences. But as with the rise of any popular medium, for every exceptional graphic there are a number of poorly executed ones – infographics that are heavy on facts and data and woefully short […]

The Author Rank Building Machine [INFOGRAPHIC]

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

So how important is it to consider yourself a verified author with Google? Though Author Rank may not be fully supported by Google as a ranking metric (yet), building a reputable name for yourself can be just as valuable in your industry or within a certain niche. To do so, there are certain aspects to […]