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  • Recent SEO News and Tips: These are external posts from top SEO websites to help improve your business:

    • 10 tips for an awesome and seo-friendly blog post
      Writing a blog post -like all other writing- is a skill. In order to keep your reader interested, you should think about structuring your text and writing in an appealing style. You should help your readers to grasp the main idea of your post by providing headings, subheadings and clear paragraphs. If people understand and like your text, they are much more likely to share, like, tweet and link to your post. And that will increase your rankings! So,"
    • "which update?" is the wrong question
      What's the right question to ask? That will depend on your skill level and experience in the SEO industry."
    • What to do when things go wrong on social media: an interview with melissa fach by @brentcsutoras
      A big thanks to our Pubcon 2014 sponsor, LinkResearchTools, your off-page SEO toolkit. Link Detox: Recover - Protect - Build. At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas I was able to catch up with Melissa Fach of Moz and Authority Labs to discuss how to build a community, as well as handle tough situations on social media. During an average day she manages social accounts with over a million followers as well as several other accounts with 100K+ following."
    • 8+ courses to diversify your marketing strategy without feeling overwhelmed by @seosmarty
      Learning to become a better Internet marketer is a challenge: There's so much information to discover and so many techniques to try! My list of free (or cheap) marketing courses aims is designed to diversifying your list of learning resources. Many of them will be absolutely new to you. Another important criteria for this list has been productivity. All of these courses are strictly to the point, comprehensive, yet clutter-free. Enjoy! 1."
    • Secret sauce lomo tips for more ppc sales
      Paid search marketers have understood that mobile is important for some time, but few are leveraging the power of mobile advertising tailored for local traffic."
    • Rethinking e-commerce taboos: don't go with the ux flow by @brianzengdotme
      Ken Olson, Chairman and founder of DEC once famously said, "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home." I bet he felt at least a little silly about that statement by the time he died in 2011. That is the trouble with always going along with 'the way things are'. Every once in a while, there will be an upstart who will come along and change the rules of the game so startlingly it leaves everyone else completely obsolete in the process."
    • Lyst shakes up the fashion industry building a unique culture with google apps
      Posted by Chris Morton, CEO, Lyst Editor's note: From the typewriter to the propelling pencil to our favorite, the world wide web , inventors and innovators from the United Kingdom have brought us brilliant advances that have changed the way we work all around the world. Over the next few weeks, we'll share a handful of stories from disrupters and trailblazers in the UK who are using Google Apps for Work to enable new, better ways of working in their organisations. Today,"
    • Pitch perfect: articulating with eloquence #sejbookclub by @jrdoog
      Editor's Note: This is the fifth in a monthly series of book reviews by the Search Engine Journal editorial team. Join us each month to discuss our picks on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ using the hashtag #SEJBookClub and via the comments below. "Saying the right thing the right way can make the difference between sealing the deal or losing the account, advancing in your career or stagnating, earning a powerful ally or burning an important career bridge."
    • What match.com taught me about first email impressions
      Did I just send an email with a major typo? I had one rule when I was on Match.com. If I saw misspellings, typos or the wrong form of a word (like "they're" when he meant to type "there,") that person was no longer a candidate. Harsh? Yes. But here's my theory. First impressions count. If a person can't spend two minutes proofing their email, they weren't overly invested in meeting me in the first place."
    • How to include influencers in your content strategy
      Posted by Amanda_Gallucci This post was originally in YouMoz , and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. The first thing most people think when they hear "influencers" is promotion. Important people with an engaged following can amplify the reach of whatever idea, content or brand they choose to share."
    • As mobile users increase facebook looks to be the 'cross-platform platform'
      Last night, Facebook announced the company's third quarter results and it was better expected. Revenue for Q3 2014 was $3.20 billion, an increase of 59% year-over-year. I'd take that any day. 66% of the revenue came from mobile advertising. Go back and read that line again. That's up 49% over last year. If you had any doubt that mobile is the future of advertising, that should change your mind right there."
    • 18,822 likes and comments per branded post; that's instagram
      Instagram is that one social media network companies know about, want to use but can't figure out how to crack the code. Instagram is like the love child of Pinterest and Tumblr. It's image driven. Its users are young and creative and it's primarily a mobile network though there are ways to work with it online. Instagram users are highly engaged and loyal but you have to do your part with images and messaging that's worth their time."
    • How link building has changed in 2014: interview with prashant puri by @johnrampton
      As part of our coverage from the sold-out Searchmetrics x Search Engine Journal conference in San Francisco on SEO, content marketing, and analytics, I caught up with Prashant Puri of AdLift to discuss how link building has changed over the past few months. What's going on with link building, and what can you do to keep up with the changes? How can business owners attract better links to their website? Prashant explains in the video below."
    • Better ways to find, view, and share in drive for android
      Posted by Ganesh Shankar, Product Manager, Google Drive for Android (Cross-posted on the Google Drive Blog .) Google Drive makes it easy to keep your stuff safe and accessible from any device, but it doesn't stop there. We want you to easily find and share your documents, photos, and PDFs with others. So, in addition to a Material Design facelift, the latest update for Android gives you new ways to add, locate, and share from Drive."
    • Google webmaster tools now detects issues with mobile usability by @mattsouthern
      Today, Google announced an addition to its Webmaster Tools in an effort to keep webmasters more informed of specific website issues that mobile users may encounter. With the new Mobile Usability feature you will be able to see issues specific to mobile users that Google has identified across your site. Google says this data will also be recorded as a graph over time so you can see how much progress you've made towards making your site more mobile friendly."
    • Read and respond to customer reviews in real-time on the google my business mobile app by @mattsouthern
      Today, Google announced an update to its Google My Business mobile app intended to to give more control to business owners on the go by allowing them to do things like respond to reviews, and view call analytics. Previously, with the Google My Business app you could only perform rudimentary tasks like updating business information and posting to Google+. The changes announced today make the app better for both business owners and customers."
    • New ways to add money to wallet balance
      What if you never needed to remember to add money to your Wallet Balance? Now, you don't. With the latest version of Google Wallet you'll be able to add money automatically to your Wallet Balance and set up Low Balance alerts , so that you'll always have money in your Wallet Balance when you need it. Add Money Automatically Today, we are announcing a new way to add money to your Wallet Balance automatically through recurring bank transfers. The feature is secure,"
    • Businesses, start your smartphones
      Originally posted on the Google and Your Business Blog Running a successful small business is about finding and connecting with the right customers. Business owners are increasingly using their smartphones, and so today we are making enhancements to both the Google My Business and the AdWords Express apps. We hope this makes it easier to find the right customers, whether they are looking for you at their desktop computer or on their phone on the go."
    • Google mobile usability report ids website issues that drive away business
      Google has added Mobile Usability reports to its Webmaster Tools, which will provide a detailed report for each error found on a company's website."
    • Creating long-term seo success: an interview with rhea drysdale by @wonderwall7
      A big thanks to our Pubcon 2014 sponsor, LinkResearchTools, your off-page SEO toolkit. Link Detox: Recover - Protect - Build. At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Rhea Drysdale, CEO of Outspoken Media, about how to run successful long-term SEO campaigns. At Outspoken Media, Rhea focuses a lot on SEO as a long-term commitment rather than a tactic for generating short term gains. In the video below,"