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Some Everyday SEO Tips

Here’s a quick list of tips and techniques for those who are just venturing into the SEO space or already have some knowledge. I don’t claim what I am writing below is revolutionary in any way. Its what everyone should know if they are considering optimizing their site for the Search Engines, in particular, Google. […]

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9 The Gold is in the Facebook News Feed & Mini Feed

While many small, mid-sized and large institutions are figuring out if Facebook can be used to market and brand their businesses – one can use Facebook to promote their services without shelling out any cash directly to Facebook. The tricks and techniques are perfectly legal and won’t get you banned from Facebook. Before I begin […]

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1 The Beginning of The Death of Google Search and Page Rank?

A very interesting series of thoughts came to miy mind yesterday, that I thought must be shared with readers. Its surrounded on one idea (that may sound very impossible) Google Search does have an Achilles’ Heel !! While Page Rank and the Google indexing algorithm was powerful and unique enough to catapult it to a […]

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1 Using Twitter To Build and Engage Your Audience

Twitter is a new social media service that is being used by many power bloggers to keep in touch with their audience on a more personal level. It is called “micro-blogging” and rests somewhere between Blogging and Email. The basic concept is that you can subscribe to get short and brief commentary in the form […]

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1 Get started with your Social Media Marketing Plan

Social Media Marketing involves online marketing using the power of Web2.0 sites – which are basically websites that have content that is submitted and shared by its community of users. The users decide what is popular, of quality and worth sharing. They become “prosumers” … that is producers and consumers. Unless you have been living […]

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A Rare Technorati Traffic Tip

On 31st January 2007, Technorati (blog search engine), introduced a new feature in their website called “Where’s The Fire?“. This feature is akin to a social voting system like that found in Digg, Delicious, Reddit and StumbleUpon amongst other Social Media sites. The difference here is that the traffic you get will be highly targeted […]

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