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Keyword Research Masterclass: Using the Google Keyword Planner

Posted By positionly on Marketing

http://positionly.com - Research and Development (R&D) is something we tend to think of in terms of scientific and medical fields, and the manufacturing industry. Not content marketing. But think of your typical week (or even day) as a content or online marketer for the website you manage. Isn’t a lot of what you do a variation on... Read more »The post Keyword Research Masterclass: Using the Google Keyword Planner appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Where To Find Unique Content To Share When Stuck For Ideas

Posted By BusinessBanter on Business

http://www.businessbanter.com - The thrill of finding new things that make me excited is exciting. Similarly, when I find great content to share I feel good for the thought of being responsible to share it. To enable others to discover, read and share it too.This comes to mind. I cycle a lot, but tend to ride the same […]

How to Master SEO with Google Analytics – Beginners Guide

Posted By positionly on Marketing

http://positionly.com - Rankings are a great measure of SEO success. They don’t paint the whole picture though. You may know that what you do is working. But what about your boss, a business partner, client, spouse or whoever else you have to report to? Current rankings for a particular keyword are not enough to convince them to... Read more »The post How to Master SEO with Google Analytics – Beginners Guide appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Step One To A Better Business – Financial Mastery

Posted By BusinessBanter on Business

http://www.businessbanter.com - Following on from my last article on BusinessBanter.com, this one will talk about Financial Mastery. Imagine you calling the most senior person in your business and telling them you are going away for 3 months and will not be contactable. What business will you come back to? After reading the next few articles you will […]

Knowledge Graph: Does it Make Sense to Optimize for the Google Scraper?

Posted By positionly on Marketing

http://positionly.com - Google increasingly takes third party content and displays it on Google so that the need to click through to your site gets eliminated. This is part of the so called Google Knowledge Graph, an initiative to provide information people search for right on Google instead of sending visitors to other sites. Some SEO experts like... Read more »The post Knowledge Graph: Does it Make Sense to Optimize for the Google Scraper? appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Do It or Lose It – Momentum In Business Networking

Posted By BusinessBanter on Business

http://www.businessbanter.com - One of my customers told me a story about a fascinating person he met a year and a half ago at a business networking event. They had a nice chat, laughed a little and exchanged business cards. Recently my customer was looking desperately for a connection to a certain industry and this old acquaintance came to […]

The 7 Deadly Sins of Bad Calls to Action

Posted By positionly on Marketing

http://positionly.com - Calls to action are hyper-critical to the conversion process, and incredibly easy to get wrong. Are you making any of these 7 common mistakes on your website? If so, you could be quashing your conversions and pulling money out of your own pocket! 1. Submit? No Thanks. The language of your call to action is... Read more »The post The 7 Deadly Sins of Bad Calls to Action appeared first on Positionly Blog.

A Beginners Introduction To The Canonical Tag

Posted By positionly on Marketing

http://positionly.com - The canonical tag has been supported by major search engines since early 2009, but despite the benefits it offers to both site operators and users, many site operators have yet to implement it. This reluctance can often be attributed to a lack of knowledge regarding the tag, its purpose, and its implementation. In this article... Read more »The post A Beginners Introduction To The Canonical Tag appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Low Hanging Fruit Link Building for Boring and/or Ugly Sites

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http://positionly.com - In the past I have written about how there are no really boring niches to optimize for and how you can make any topic exciting. This time I’d like to take a step back and introduce some low hanging fruit link building techniques for boring or even ugly sites. There are indeed businesses no sane... Read more »The post Low Hanging Fruit Link Building for Boring and/or Ugly Sites appeared first on Positionly Blog.

9 Customer Acquisition Tactics For Smart Marketers

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http://positionly.com - There’s nothing better than a new customer, right? And the sudden rush of blood to the head when you get a new sale notification is often the best reward. But no sale happens by itself. You need to work your bones off to acquire customers and gee, you must know this well already. But while... Read more »The post 9 Customer Acquisition Tactics For Smart Marketers appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Five Reasons You Suck At Content Marketing

Posted By BrianNewmark on Marketing

http://www.briannewmark.guru - Content marketing not working out for you? You have strategized the whole thing, implemented it carefully and now you are waiting for results that are unlikely ever to come. What went wrong? You start blaming yourself and keep wondering if you really do suck at content marketing. Here, in this article, we will discuss five […]

The Best Alternative for Webmeup Users

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http://positionly.com - Recently our industry was hit with the news about Webmeup will be discontinued on July 11th. We heard the news, which is unfortunate as we always valued a good competition as it makes the whole SEO landscape better. Competitors like Webmeup pushed us to make our product even better. Webmeup Alternative Having in mind many... Read more »The post The Best Alternative for Webmeup Users appeared first on Positionly Blog.