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October 12, 2016

Make it long enough to count. Sure, 100 words of fresh content is better than no new content at all. Still, search engines tend to give preference to longer blogs and articles. Try to shoot for at least 300 words, but if you can get to 500 or more, go for it. There has been a lot of research that shows that search engines tend to favor "in-depth" content of at least 2,000 words

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October 9, 2016

Write about something people care about. Nobody knows your business like you do — so what kind of expert advice or tips do you have that you can share? If not, you can at least discuss news relating to your business. When in doubt, look at your list of SEO keywords and see what kind of list, link bait or in-depth posts you can work those keywords into. Don't be afraid to interview some experts, either (if you quote them and feature their expertise in your post, they'll be likely...

May 20, 2016

Social media as an SEO tool goes far beyond simply driving traffic towards your website.

In fact, social media sites, particularly LinkedIn and Slideshare, can help you boost your brand’s visibility in a number of ways. Why use them, you may ask? LinkedIn is currently the best-performing professional networking site in the world, and they own SlideShare. The close relationship between the two means they impact each other’s SEO. Google has taken notice of these changes and appears...

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