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Nelson Scoville
Nelson is a former Director of Marketing at SEO.com. He looks forward to the difficulties in this ever changing industry, in addition to the opportunity to support businesses with their inbound marketing strategies.

Jul 9, 2014 / by Nelson Scoville

Top 90 Socially Shared Content Marketing Blog Posts

The Research

Do you know everything there is to know about content marketing? Do you feel like everyone is just saying the same things in different ways? For those who want to discover a little more more, we took a scientific approach to

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Oct 5, 2011 / by Nelson Scoville

Are You Asking The Right SEO Questions - Part II

Asking the right questions about search engine marketing requires an examination of your thought process. On a lighter note, take a step back with me and consider a few of the quirks of our SEO culture.


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Sep 21, 2011 / by Nelson Scoville

Are You Asking The Right SEO Questions? Part 1

The questions you ask affect the answers you get. Simply wording your questions differently with clarity and insight can change their purpose. Are you asking the right SEO questions? Have you lost sight of what is really important in your SEO?

The following "Question Graphic" asks direct questions about important

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Aug 17, 2011 / by Nelson Scoville

Is Twitter Myspacing?


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

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Jan 20, 2011 / by Nelson Scoville

Summary of 2011 Online Marketing Predictions -- Cast Your Vote!

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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,

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Nov 2, 2010 / by Nelson Scoville

7 Crude Links -- If Link Building Was Oil Drilling (Infographic)

Before the search engine, the Internet was an untamed territory of disorder and difficult navigation. Google civilized the Web, making information discoverable by giving links tremendous value. Like "word of mouth," links pass merit and should signify quality, utility, or popularity. As links denote significance, they themselves appreciate in value

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