12 Oct Creating Microsites for Amazing Real Estate Properties

It seems that creating an entire website, domain and all, is becoming a really fashionable way to market a single, usually very special, residence online. Granted, you probably won't have nearly enough time to set one up for each listing, but for the ones that could really use some exposure, it might just be worth your time to throw up a micro site and maybe get a few potential buyers interested that wouldn't have known about the property before. Admittedly, you...

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11 Aug Infographic Marketing Strategies For Links & Brand Buzz

Marketing your infographics properly is a sure fire way to snag natural links, build brand buzz and gain social media followers. It's a form of content creation that is relatively inexpensive to do and can continue to bring in links for years to come. The latter aspect really gets me excited because I've seen some crazy good links come in a year later from some great topical link bait. There's no doubt that infographics have become the most widely used...

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27 Mar SEO Rage Comic

This was the first rage comic I've seen which jumps into the SEO industry, so why not share it here. I of course found this on SEO Reddit, surprise surprise right? This one is on the theme of a close to secure contract with a large restaurant firm, and it all goes wrong so quickly. Let this be a lesson to you large brands out there who send in ill-educated senior execs into meetings they shouldn't be at. ...

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26 Jul Real Time Marketing in Social Media

  I've been all over real time marketing tactics for some of my clients lately and I've been trying to soak it all in. The very well respected Lee Odden of TopRank Marketing had this video out nearly a year ago. Fast forward to now and soak in all that's going on within real time search in the last 6 months...

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24 Jul Make Slideshows Easily For Video Marketing

While I have yet to get my rear in gear and do some quality videos for Linkbuildr, I've managed to get some done for my various marketing projects on the side. I can tell you now I quickly learned and suck at being in  front of a camera, and my video creation skills are lacking to say the least. I recently found Animoto thanks to a client of mine who made some really slick videos for his Ecommerce shop's products....

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18 May Google Patent #20050071741 Analyzed

I thought this would be a good read for anyone of any skill level, link builder or not. Google has a lot of patents and I've been wading through them in what is left of my spare time. They usually give a good insight into what Google is currently implementing, and what they might consider in the future. This document, to the best of my knowledge, was created by the fine folks at SEOmoz, perhaps Rand? Google Patents ...

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14 May New York Times Online Paid Experiment: Let's Watch

So the New York Times has announced that it will be charging for content on their website, a last ditch effort to make some money perhaps. The NYT does do pretty much all of its reporting, so you can see why they might be wanting to try this effort out. I for one, think it`s going to flop like just about every other attempt like this attempted. What is different however, is that the NYTimes.com website been seeing a lot...

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10 Jun PokeSEO Goes Live

The world finally has its first SEO application for the iPhone thanks to Tanner Christensen and John Cotant. PokeSEO is its name and on the go statistics is its game. I know that most of my readers are most likely the same as me, and are heavily addicted to stats. With PokeSEO you should be able to get your fix anywhere you can find a wifi connection. I wanted to write about the app mainly because Tanner and John put...

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