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Using Open Graph Protocol to Increase Traffic From Facebook Users

We’ve noticed that as social media continues to explode, it’s now “the norm” to see a Facebook “Like” button attached to many of our client’s blog articles, products, and other website objects. When your readers make the decision to click on the Facebook Like button, a story pertaining to your website is then shared on that individual’s timeline, as well as on their friend’s news feeds, and that’s powerfully viral. When the correct image, text …

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Google Authorship: Street Cred of the Future

Street cred still counts, even in the day of the information superhighway. With cyberspace flooded with content, search engines have to find a way to distinguish the spam from the good stuff. Google authorship might still be fairly new, but it’s the search giant’s way of doing just that. A feature of Google +, authorship offers you a way to build credibility on the web, which will benefit you both personally and in terms of …

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Generate Leads to Aweber with Twitter Card Advertising

Twitter has recently (few days ago!) opened up it’s Lead Generation Card to everyone. I dived right in to explore it’s potential and I can see how this will change the marketing landscape in a very near future. I am not a paid advertising expert (most of my marketing has evolved around organic methods), I am sure there will be more tips & tricks following this that will cut my cost further and if you …

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Twitter Card Elevate Your Tweet from Good to Great

We like to use Twitter to promote our blog posts and articles. When we have a new post, we mention it on Twitter by using a teaser line to generate interest in the post and then include an abbreviated URL link. We do this because we want to attract people to our blog. Isn’t that why nearly everyone posts on Twitter — to increase our site traffic? But it is very easy for our tweets …

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Be Careful of Who You Link To – Keep a Record

We are getting questions from our customers about linking policies. I am happy to receive this level of questions as it means our customers are getting careful of what they are doing to their site and they know every action, link, piece of content on their site is capable of pushing traffic upwards and otherwise. We know an “inbound link” means a link pointing in from another website to ours, while an “outbound link” means …

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New OpenGraph Tags Added to SEOPressor

We are extremely excited to release SEOPressor V5.0.3 today with addition of the TWO new OpenGraph tags recently announced by Facebook, the article:author and article:publisher tags. Now in what world will you be using these two tags and why should you use them? It’s more than common now that most blogs or websites run their own Facebook page separate from the authors. In this case, when you post an update to Facebook, it should show …

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Automatic SEO and the other Hidden Gems

SEOPressor V5 is now packed with a lot more features, many which can’t be explained in the home page alone, which is why this post had to be written. We call these extra features our “Hidden Gems”, some of which you might have already discovered, such as SEOPressor’s Google Authorship Markup feature. These are just the bonus items that we thought could be included into SEOPressor to facilitate the user’s optimization process. Here are a …

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Role Permissions and Settings for Advanced Blogs with Multiple Users

Have you reached a stage whereby your guest posts seem to be degrading in quality and your traffic isn’t as good as before? It seems that your writers aren’t writing as wholeheartedly as before, not taking SEO into more careful consideration. Well, if you’re already using SEOPressor, you might or might not have discovered another one of our hidden gems — minimum score publishing. What is minimum score publishing? You can access this item from …

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Off-page Backlinks – How Effective are They?

A while back, Matt Cutts, Head of Google Webspam mentioned that backlinks within a press release wouldn’t play any significance in Google search rankings. Last week, Daniel Tan conducted a mini-experiment to put this to the test. Daniel published a release using the keyword ‘leasreepressmm’ through MarketersMedia and that keyword term was anchored to Matt Cutts’ blog. To be honest, I was somewhat sceptical but Daniel reassured that if all went well, Matt Cutt’s blog …

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Beyond On-Page: Perfecting SEO With A Little Off-Page Help

A couple of weeks ago, social media monitoring and analytics experts published an enticing and delicious article on the perfect SEOPressor steak pie recipe. Even though some expected to prepare a hearty lunch through that recipe, most readers eventually found themselves at an epiphany. That Search Engine Optimization is a little more than just backlinks and text decorations. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as we know it now, has evolved into a process that is …

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