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How We Got to the First Page of Google in Two Hours With YouTube

In the 3 minutes it will take you to read this article, 300 hours of video will be uploaded to YouTube. That’s over 16 years of video every single day, and six millennia of video every year. What do these numbers tell us about YouTube, other than the fact that its hosting bill must be…

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5 Ways to Get More Retweets on Twitter

Retweets can be few and far between for many Twitter users. Why? Because when someone chooses to retweet you, it is implying they agree with your viewpoint or they agreed/found insight in an article you previously tweeted. If you’re getting a ton of retweets, then hey, this article isn’t for you. But, if you’re finding…

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Twitter Releases New Collage Feature

Twitter has released a new collage feature for it’s iPhone users. Twitter has said that the android and desktop versions will roll out shortly. The collage feature allows for you to post up to four pictures at once and tag up to ten friends simultaneously. The tagging doesn’t effect the 140 characters as the names…

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Overcome Google’s Panda Updates By Creating Butt-Kicking Content

Any SEO will be the first to tell you about how Panda and Penguin updates from Google hampered much of their previous SEO work. The effects of Panda on sites in 2012/2013 varied. If your site was stagnant, or producing low-quality content, then chances are Panda took it’s toll on your site. One of the…

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Celebrating One Year With GCVL

It’s been just over one year since we launched the new Great Canadian Van Lines website! Since that time, Mark and his team at GCVL have rebranded their company to include a new logo (the one you see in the picture) and they have built a content strategy that has spiked their traffic almost 300%!…

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Understanding What “High Quality Content” Really Is

Contextual Content is King If you read anything on SEO or watch Google’s Matt Cutts closely you’ll hear the same sentiment repeated almost endlessly. That sentiment is: create high quality content, which users will want to interact with. So, if you’re not Hemingway how the heck do you pull that off? Well, creating high quality…

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Google Analytics – What Metrics Should You Really Be Looking At?

You installed Google Analytics, but now what? For anyone who has ever installed Google Analytics, you know it can become a clouded maze of data very quickly. There are numbers everywhere, and a whole side bar which has subsections with more data. To be honest, it can be very overwhelming. But it shouldn’t be. Google…

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Guest Blogging – A Technique for SEO Past, Present or Future?

Let me start off by saying this: Guest blogging works. Actually let me rephrase that. Guest blogging works, if it is done in a natural manner with industries that are related to yours. It seems every year in SEO there is a fad. Whether it is link building through link-farms, open directory submissions or guest…

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So Why Inbound?

The Importance Of Inbound There is nothing like having something to call your own, and when it is your own you take extreme care of it and make sure the product is used to the best of it’s ability Your business should be no different. The days of advertising your company in newspapers, radio ads,…

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Do Your Social Media In 30 Minutes A Day

Having a hard time managing your social media? Without a plan, social media can be overwhelming. Marketers tend to struggle with managing their company’s social media accounts on a daily basis. Keeping up with trends, responding to fans and generating engaging content are all part of the game of social media. The key is to…

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