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  • Google’s Ranking Secure Sites Higher

    By Greg Secrist on September 29, 2014
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    Have you checked your Google ranking lately? Is it where you want it to be? Of course, there are dozens of methods and practices you can employ to improve your search engine ranking, including using all of the best search engine optimization tactics available. However, there is another step you can take to help give your site a little boost

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  • Four Qualities All Great SEO Content Has

    By Drew Allen on September 26, 2014
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    We live in a content-saturated world. The internet is constantly throwing new things at its users—check out this post! Read this article! Watch this video! Ads blink in every sidebar, pop ups constantly leap at us, and everyone and their dog has a blog. Internet users have to learn to filter what’s important to them, and fast. In this environment,

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  • Making Semicolons Work for You

    By Jean Little on September 24, 2014
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    Why did the semicolon break up with the period? Because they had nothing in comma. If there is any post on punctuation that should begin with a joke, it is this one. Whenever I talk about semicolons, I can just feel people around me start to tense up (and not just because grammar has to be one of the top 10

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  • Expanding Your Content Distribution Strategy

    By Jon Bingham on September 22, 2014
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    When you know you have an awesome piece of content, you want to share it. After all, isn’t that the point of content creation in the first place? However, getting the site traffic you need isn’t as straightforward for emerging sites, and well-established sites can also find numerous pitfalls associated with sharing content directly with everyone on the World Wide

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  • The Most Vital Thing Writers Need to Create Great Content

    By Matt Secrist on September 19, 2014
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    The Golden Nugget Have you ever wondered why some things you read just really seem to “nail it” while others, well, don’t quite meet the mark? There are many things that can contribute to this discrepancy. Ask 10 writers what they need most in order to deliver outstanding content and you are likely to get 10 different answers. As important

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  • Why You Should Use Exclamation Points Sparingly!

    By Amber Morris on September 17, 2014
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      My sister and I recently had the following conversation via text: Sister: Do you want me to make Rice Krispie treats for dessert? Me: K. Sister: Never mind. Me: Why? Sister: Because you only said “k” and not “k!” Guess you don’t really want them. Me: I do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Me: Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sister: Much better. This chat highlights the dependency many

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  • Four Tweaks to Bring Link Building Results

    By Greg Secrist on September 15, 2014
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    Do you own or run a website? If so, how well is your search engine optimization working? SEO spans a huge spectrum and there are many different tactics you can use to maximize your SEO and increase your visibility. Of course content is always one of the biggest factors in having quality SEO and using a solid content creation service

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  • What is SEO Content?

    By Drew Allen on September 12, 2014
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    Even if you’re new to the world of internet marketing (or the world of marketing in general), you’ve probably heard of SEO content by now. And it’s entirely possible that like some of the rest of us, you’ve smiled and nodded and secretly wondered what the heck everyone is talking about. Wonder no longer. Here’s a beginner’s guide to SEO

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  • Commonly Confused Words: Could Care Less and Couldn’t Care Less

    By Jean Little on September 11, 2014
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    I’m ambivalent. It doesn’t matter to me. I don’t give a hoot. Talk to the hand! What do you say when you want someone to know that you just don’t care? The right thing to say – and the right way to say it – depends a lot on circumstance. Situational appropriateness is one of the biggest differences between the

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  • How to Attract A-List Guest Authors to Your Site

    By Jon Bingham on September 8, 2014
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    It’s a Catch-22. A-list writers make the A-list for a reason. They focus almost exclusively on publishing work on authoritative sites. However, your new site probably isn’t an authority on anything online. You have to figure out how to hit the pavement (or social media networks) and attract interest from influential writers in your industry. Before you panic, learning how

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