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#FridayFinds – Keep Up With The Web – Sherryl Perry

What Is Your Response to Google’s Mobile Friendly Update? #FridayFinds

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We’re less than a week away from Google’s April 21st date to have our sites mobile-friendly. Hopefully, by now, your site already passes Google’s test, you’re implementing a plan to meet the deadline, or you have come to the conclusion that you’ll be okay if your website is not returned in the SERPs (search engine […]

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Does SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Confuse You? #FridayFinds

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Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just write content for our blogs and websites and not worry about SEO? Is SEO even important in 2015? What if you don’t do anything special about optimizing your content for the search engines? What if you just write? Sure, your content may or may not show up […]

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Twitter, Content Marketing and Social Media Resources #FridayFinds

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I can’t think of a better way to kick off my 2015 #FridayFinds series than to take a close look at an in-depth study of the drivers behind Twitter, the most shared content marketing articles of 2014 and some highly recommended social media marketing tips and tools. I’m sure you’ll find many of these resources […]

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What SEO Tools Do You Use? #FridayFinds

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SEO is one of my favorite topics to cover here in my #FridayFinds series. In the past, I’ve talked about how the Google Panda 4.1 update rewards quality content, how to optimize your sites for SEO, the differences between manual web spam actions and algorithm changes and the importance of Google semantic search to website […]

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Will Building Your Blog Community Make You a Superstar? #FridayFinds

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When I first started blogging, (back in 2010), I struggled to get anyone to visit my blog – let alone comment.  That’s a common problem and one that many (if not most) bloggers struggle with. I finally turned the corner and started building a solid following after implementing what I always refer to as my […]

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Did You Know Google Panda 4.1 Rewards Quality Content? #FridayFinds

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Have you been keeping up with the latest Google algorithm changes? Do you know what Panda 4.1 is intended to do? Are you concerned that you could potentially lose significant organic search traffic or are you confident that the recent changes in SEO will reward you for quality content? This week, in my #FridayFinds series, […]

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Can You Influence Consumers by Using Neuromarketing Techniques? #FridayFinds

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In my last #FridayFinds post, we took a look at neuromarketing and how big companies use it to influence buyers. For those of you who may have missed that article, in neuromarketing, companies use medical technologies such as fMRIs (functional magnetic resonance imaging) and EEGs (electroencephalography) to study how our brains respond to marketing stimuli. […]

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Big Companies Use Neuromarketing to Influence Buyers. Can You?

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As a website owner (and digital marketer), could you apply the principles of neuromarketing to your online efforts? Do you know what neuromarketing is? Do you know how to apply the principles of neuromarketing to your website design and how to create landing pages that will generate more conversions? Learn the answers to those questions […]

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Who Do You Listen to When Influential Bloggers Don’t Agree? #FridayFinds

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Have you heard that Chris Brogan is shutting down the comments on his blog? It seems that the dust has barely settled since CopyBlogger closed their comments. So, that debate will be stirred up again. (Mark Schaeffer is weighing in on this one too.) Speaking of debates, did you read Dan Shure’s views on the […]

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Ready To Take Your Blog to the Next Level? #FridayFinds

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Are you using the new “fetch and render” tool in Google Webmaster Tools? Do you have an XML sitemap? Are you wasting money on SEO services? In this week’s Friday Finds series, find a tutorial on how to create and upload an XML sitemap for your website (along with an explanation of what xml sitemaps […]

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