The Internet Marketing Ninjas recently provided quality information we'd like to share. Below you'll find the highlights, bullet-point style, with a brief description of why we think it's useful.
- 5 Ways to Gauge Authority in the Search Results: Learn how to get your links at the top of a search results page. (here)
- The Beauty of Marketing on Pinterest: See facts on consumer Pinterest traffic. (here)
- How to Manage Twitter Notifications with Tweetdeck: If you're using TweetDeck, learn how to more effectively reach your followers. (here)
- How Google Plus Notifications Work: See everything there is to know about how G+ notifications work to your advantage. (here)
- Cognitive Behavior and How We Search the Web: Did you know your website visitors have different search styles? (here)
- Popular SEO & Social Media Twitter Chats: See a list of Twitter chats aimed at social media marketing in one easy calendar. (here)
- 5 SEO Tips for Blog Comments: Learn how to optimize even your blog comments. (here)
- Social Media Management & Audience Trust: How to gain it; how to ruin it. (here)
- You Have 5 Seconds to Convince Us: Consumers will leave your site if it isn't appealing. (here)
- 4 Great Tools to See Who Isn't Following You Back on Twitter: See who isn't following you back quickly. (here)
- Commonly Overlooked Website Requirements—Having a strong online presence is one key to success. Creating your own website is just a part of that strategy. If you plan to utilize a website or already have one, make sure these requirements are in place.
- TweetDeck or Hootsuite: Which One is Right for You?—Both applications manage multiple social media platforms in one. But how do you know which one to use? Learn the pros and cons of both and get started today. No matter which one you choose, if you have a Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn, this is a must have.
- What are Google Plus Hashtags?—You see those pesky hashtags (#) everywhere. You know they're important. Now it's time to learn the difference between the G+ hashtag and Twitter's as well as how to properly use them.
- What is it That You Do? Are You Letting the World Know? —You can be the best at what you do, but if no one knows it, you're missing out on opportunities. Make it clear what you do by utilizing these three strategies.