Google+ Introduces Open Signups

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It was only a matter of time but in less than 90 days Google+ has gone from being invite-only to available to everyone! The announcement made today on the Google blog also includes announcements for expanded Hangout features and search options. In nearly 3 months, the Google+ project has seen 91 different improvements, which according […]

Is Twitter Myspacing?

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Twitter arrived on the scene July of 2006. As of 2011 it has more than 200 million users and 1.6 billion tweets per day. It sure has grown. But can Twitter sustain its growth and weather the storm of the web and its own users? Twitter has a number of powerful benefits including: networking, branding, […]

4 No-Nonsense, Panda-Friendly Link-Building Tips

Allow me to take a little of the hassle, monotony, and time commitment out of creating quality, long-lasting, third-party links that will pass the “Panda” test and will deliver long-lasting results. Building high-value links is a constant, every-day challenge for search engine optimization companies and professionals. Building links that aren’t contrived and self-promoting in appearance […]

Is Content Really King?

There are a number ways to get your website more visibility: higher search engine rankings, interesting content, pay per click, affiliate marketing and social media. These are all great ways of increasing traffic and most large organizations touch on every mentioned online marketing method. The method I’ve been thinking of lately is having fantastic content; […]

Zuckerberg, conservative senator: an unlikely duo

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, made an unlikely duo. But the conservative senator insisted the two are friends. Though Zuckerberg is probably not a conservative, Hatch said that he convinced the social-networking mogul to make a rare appearance last week at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. “It was to get […]

Senator says Zuckerberg 'No. 1 attraction in the whole high tech world'

SEO.com caught up with Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, backstage before he was scheduled to meet with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg Friday morning. The senator offered some insight into the social-networking mogul’s psyche. “He’s very shy,” Hatch said. “But when he starts talking about the Internet and social networking he comes alive.” The stage was set […]

SEO.com Hosts March Madness Webinar Week

The SEO company will put on a webinar every day from March 22-25, covering the gamut of SEO services. SALT LAKE CITY – March Madness usually brings images of basketballs, full stadiums, raucous crowds, and athletes cutting down nets. Now, it could also be synonymous with online marketing. For the second straight year, SEO.com is […]

Summary of 2011 Online Marketing Predictions — Cast Your Vote!

—Vote For Your Predictions— [poll id="2"] Can you forecast 2011’s Web changes? What could be expected from Google, Bing, and Facebook? To succeed online, you should have a fair idea of technologies, trends, and events that will alter how we do things. Predictions are closely related to uncertainty, and should be taken with a big […]

7 Rules of Social Media and Creating Trust Around Your Brand, via Peter Shankman

Peter Shankman — the skydiver and PR guy who gained fame by founding HARO (Help a Reporter Out) — spoke in Salt Lake City last week about social media marketing and building trust around a brand. The guy has great ideas that can help any business thrive. Thanks to OrangeSoda for bringing him to town. […]