What Does Organic SEO Mean?

Websites are built without:

  • Keyword Stuffing: Repeating keywords excessively to trick the search engine algorithms.
  • Hidden Text: Blending text in to the background so its seen by search engines but not humans.
  • Cloaking: Showing a different version of your website to search engine than humans see.
  • Thin Content: Shallow content written only for search engines that lacks value or substance.
  • Duplicate Content: Repeating the same content on multiple pages to increase page view.
  • Doorway Pages: Page optimised for one keyword intended only to direct users to a different page.

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12 Ways To Be More Digitally Savvy

  • Do yourself a favor and go beyond the buyer persona.
  • Hint: It’s not just about creating epic content.
  • Which metrics matter most to your business goals?
  • With R&D, you always have ti be testing.
  • Email should be one of your go-to marketing channels.
  • Automation increases sales and decreases overhead.
  • Mobile-friendly sites get better search rankings.
  • Savvy SMM requires insights & data and the right tools for tracking.
  • Testing and tracking ads helps get you more bang for the buck.
  • Today’s SEO: Be a person first and a company second.
  • Well-planned videos are easy to consume and fun to watch.
  • Don’t neglect your home base! Keep your website fresh.

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Why You Need To Train Recruiters in Social Media

Who uses Social Media for Recruiting? Everyone.


  • 73% of 18-34 year olds found their last job through social media.
  • 30% of all Google searches are employment related.
  • 14.4 million job seekers have used social media to find a job.


  • 94% of companies are using social media to recruit.
  • 73% of companies hired a candidate through social media.


  • 94% of recruiters use or plan to use social media for recruiting.
  • 89% of recruiters have hired someone through LinkedIn.

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32 Steps on Location SEO Success Roadmap

  1. Well Designed Desktop website
  2. Mobile Responsive Website
  3. Blog Integration
  4. Business Address and phone number in the header and / or footer
  5. Customer Reviews / Testimonials page
  6. Contact page – Add a contact page with address, phone number and google map embedded of your address
  7. Redirect non-www to www or vice-versa
  8. Content – Have unique, original and high quality content on all the pages
  9. Keyword Research – Perform keyword research using Google Adwords planner
  10. Map keywords with different pages
  11. Clean url for every page – Keyword optimized url for every page
  12. Write unique titles for every page using the keywords
  13. Write unique description for every page using the keywords
  14. Heading Tags – Unique and keyword optimized h1 and h2 tags
  15. Alt Tags – Alt tags for every image
  16. Schema.org integration – Implement schema for the business name, address and phone number
  17. Internal linking – Internally link different pages of the website
  18. Facebook business page – Create a Facebook business page
  19. Add physical address, phone number, business hours, website address and introduction of your business on Facebook page
  20. Google Places Page – Claim existing Google Places listing or add a new listing of your business
  21. Address on Google Places – Make sure to use the exact address on Google Places as its mentioned on your website
  22. Website on Google Places – Add your website address to your Google Places page
  23. Categories on Google Places – Choose appropriate categories for your business on Google Places
  24. Pictures and images on Google Places – Add as mana pictures and videos as you can
  25. Introduction or About Us on Google Places – Write detailed and unique Introduction or “About Us” section for your Google Places page
  26. Business Hours on Google Places – Add your business hours
  27. Yelp business page – Claim Yelp listing of your business page and optimize it just like Google Places page
  28. Other local directories – Claim listing on all other local sites (Foursquare , Angies List, Yellow Pages etc)
  29. Get reviews on Google Places – Get more reviews for your business on Google (Send emails to prior customers to write a review for your business on Google Places.)
  30. Respond to reviews – Respond to every Google or Yelp review of your business
  31. Google Search Console – Open a Google Search Console account for your website
  32. Google Analytics – Open Google Analytics account for your website and keep tracking your results

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Email Design Trends of 2016 So Far

Email Trend Thingy #1: Make sections of your email content shareable.
Email Trend Thingy #2: Request feedback of the email in your email
Email Trend Thingy #3: Include a “Pro Tip”
Email Trend Thingy #4: Show off your best, recent instagram photo at the bottom
Email Trend Thingy #5: Give some breathing room to your Z patterns
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How Snapchat can Expand Your Brand

  • Number of daily active users on Snapchat: 100 million
  • Snapchat users that contribute content: 65%
  • Number of Snapchat daily video views: 8 billion
  • Average number of photos shared on Snapchat every second: 9,000 snapsper second
  • Snapchat’s reported 2015 revenue total: $50 million
  • Average time users spend inside the app every day: 30 minutes
  • Top country for Snapchat usage (based on % of usage by online adult in each marked): Ireland
  • Snapchat’s estimated 2016 projected revenue: $200 million
  • 70% of all Snapchat users are female
  • 30% of all Snapchat users are male

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