The Weekly Measure: Page Ranking Best Practices, Link Anatomy & Content Marketing Agencies
Each week, Vertical Measures will be collecting the best of the best of internet marketing news from around the web, compiling it all into The Weekly Measure. We’re constantly on the lookout for great new articles covering content marketing, paid search, social media, SEO and link building, as well as highlights of upcoming internet marketing conferences and webinars. We look forward to reading your work, posting the best, and helping you stay connected every week.
CEO of Vertical Measures Arnie Kuenn explored the importance of a content marketing agency to practice what it preaches in his post on the Vertical Measures blog. Kuenn defines real content marketing before moving onto what qualities to look for when hiring a content marketing agency.
Nadya Khoja made a post containing an infographic put together by Lillian De Jesus from Tigerlily Virtual Assistance on Social Media Today. The infographic covers seven ways to repurpose visual content to reflect new audience research.
Will Green looked at High and Low CPC keywords for PPC efforts on PPC.org. Green examines the benefits and drawbacks of both strategies and how to decide how to utilize them.
Frederick Vallaeys examined how to create an AdWords emergency stop button on PPC Hero. He takes readers through a six step process for writing the proper script behind it.
Justin P. Lambert wrote about the social app Periscope and its rising popularity between brands and individuals on the HubSpot blog. Lambert looks specifically at big brands who are using Periscope to its fullest potential and how others can prepare to implement it into their marketing strategies.
In an infographic on Social Media Today shared by Irfan Ahmad, you’ll find ten tips for how to market on Facebook. Irfan also provides a list of key takeaways within his post.
Darren Rowse wrote about on page ranking on ProBlogger. He delves into the best practices for must-know page ranking factors to make the most out of SEO efforts.
On Search Engine Watch, Christopher Ratcliff made a post about sitelinks. Ratcliff explains what sitelinks are, why they are important, and how to increase chances of having preferred sitelinks appear in search results.
Paddy Muggin dug into the anatomy of a link on Moz. Using an excerpt from his book, Muggin outlines the factors that affect the quality of a link.
Julie Joyce posted about bad linking habits on Search Engine Land. She discusses ten of the worst she has seen in her experience such as not vetting a site before making contact, not willing to listen to webmasters and poor initial outreach.
Joseph Cruz wrote about earning links through content on Search Engine journal. Cruz shares five ways one can gain trust for their linkable assets to make earning links to them easier.
About Glen Fisher
Glen comes to Vertical Measures with experience in the Arizona entertainment industry that helped him discover his natural flair for marketing and fueled his desire to pursue a career in the field.
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