14 facts of easter seo

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you have all heard about the wonderful viral thanksgiving seo post from us in the past. (If you hurry to that link there might be some leftovers after all this time but no promises.) But it left many of you heartbroken with thoughts of, "Why did the Best Google SEO Helpers not give us a hand on Easter SEO too?" First, They are two different holidays so please chill out. But that is just the first thing you should know. There are more than 13 facts about Easter SEO that anyone successful does every year. Specifically there are 14 facts. This is a list of the 14 facts about Easter seo and the tactics you can use because of them. if anyone tells you an Easter SEO fact that is not on this…
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The 9 secrets of emoji SEO

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Have you ever tried looking at the emoji? Exactly. you can't! You just can't. Because It's too easy to even try, you either do or do not look at it. (Sorry, Yoda, but that old ex-wing mantra is really an Internet term that you reappropriated from something that is best left unsaid except for emojis.) Here is what I mean. (It is what they all mean.) : The top 9 secrets of emoji SEO Emoji are actually compacted from larger bits of information. These byte-sized pieces converge to form images, but very small. This makes them more emotional and visibly dense than a word, which is why they are so much more powerful. Beware of emoji-stuffing. Not only does it harm you in Google, but it also warns e-mail of spam. Focus…
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Thanksgiving SEO leftovers

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Did you know that on Thanksgiving there are some SEO advantages that, unless you are aware of them, can pass you by entirely? Don't let this happen to you. The fact of the matter is this; while everyone is 1) building a feast and 2) beholding sport, there is a massive SEO goldmine that some savvy marketers also tap into from November to November. It is Thanksgiving SEO, and the searches always, always go up. Open Twitter on the day, and you will see the trend on your computer or touchscreen gadget. See what we mean? Now, you know about Thanksgiving meal leftovers? They are the food that doesn't make it to the stomach on the main dining day session. But whatabout SEO leftovers? Those are good, too. Consider this:…
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Octapus SEO facts

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Remember that when you are a blogger you must never settle. This is why Best Google SEO Helper and the friendly sea creatures look up to the ambitious squids. Do you know how they made it to the top? By trying? Or by prevailing?  Now you know. Here are 10 facts about Octapus SEO: Every post is a squid. Your post connotes a swollen head and a fin on top of it for navigating the web. This is where we get the term "header nav" or "nav bar," because of it. Every share is a tentacle. No matter where you are, a share goes in another direction. Kraken once ruled the seas because their tentacles went in enough directions to get the power. Every Like is a suction cup. You need these for…
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2 reasons we cannot trust Avast antivirus (and neither should you)

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One of our sage analysts was just minding his own business one afternoon when a woman of unknown income levels demanded that he answer a question: "Do you trust Avast?" He answered with a cool, confident, "Never. And Neither Should You, Madam." This happens every day. Why? Because when a free antivirus software is romping about the internets, people talk. They ask questions, but they don't stop there: they want answers to go with them. Do you know why people want answers? It is because of the same reason people desire milk with cookies: they go together. Why you cannot trust Avast, reason #1 Firstly, number one: you already know how valuable it is to go viral with viral marketing, yes? (If not, read this.) Now, the root word of "viral"…
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Finally: an SEO Chrome extension that takes our knowledge to you!

Finally: an SEO Chrome extension that takes our knowledge to you!

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You remember the first time you wondered if you had good RT and strong Klout? Of course you did. We all do. But that is not what makes us special: it's merely what makes us human. We become special not by asking ubiquitous SEO and amorous link questions, but by answering them. Get it now This time we need more than a clever blog article. We need more than a knowledge-dipped blow dart. We need a tool of the finest kind, a tool so forged that George Washington would say, "Hello there." (George Washington was a very busy man who normally nodded whenever he saw someone he knew, but did not often speak. He was tongue-tied and busy with freedom.) "The internet is filled with petty Chrome extensions that can…
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Free Ebook is finally here!

Free Ebook is finally here!

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You have never read an ebook like this.* We promise you that this ebook is amazing. We have taken our amazing blog advice and reorganized it for viewing pleasure in your bed or favorite chair. That's right. We made an ebook just as engorged with plump tips as the blog! We call it Free Ebook: and other tips for mastering SEO and internet marketing for the common man. You can buy your copy of Free Ebook on Amazon for just $9.99! Are you afraid of internet marketing? Social media? SEO? Never fear! Best Google SEO Helper is your friend and not only on the Internet (oh, no!) but also on your Kindle and other mobile reading device. You may be wondering if you can purchase this book in print. NO. you must not print…
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RT vs. FAV: which is better?

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In the world of Twitter for small and enterprise businesses, there are many metrics of note. You can look at how many followers you have. You can examine the amount of people/members you are following. You can even create intricate lists.  But there are more metrics. One is what you must always reach for and contain in your grasp. The other will only rob you of every effort you ever made. The question: RT or FAV? Have you ever vexed like a barren hen at this question? We have. But then  we discovered the answer and tension has yielded more than 40k Web  yolks a week ever since. The answer? RT > FAV But remember: we are here to help, which means there’s an explanation coming up. It’s time for…
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[ Infographic ] The comprehensive guide to marketing launch strategy

[ Infographic ] The comprehensive guide to marketing launch strategy

beat the google, bitly, blogging tips, Keywords, massive clicks, ROI, social networks
The top 160 elements your marketing launch strategy needs Have you ever wondered if there was more to life than a pleasant click? We all do, and it is indeed wildly blissful. But it is not everything. Here are 160 more good things for your marketing strategy. Social media Images Free coffee Headlines Engagement Exclamation points Online money Revenue Success Bolded H1 Keywords Open rates ROI Happiness Helpful tips Content Videos Optimization Versions Marketing terms Pop-ups Autoplaying background music Spreadsheets Formulas Downloads Results Whiteboard Ratings and reviews Diversity Hard work $1 million likes Mature backlinks YouTube clips Massive clicks Web yolk Animal instinct Teamwork Leadership Logos Confidence Tagline QR codes Promotional discounts Introductory special Phone-only discounts Bundle Survey Survey results The cloud Software Google Mobile devices Technology Market fit Reach Targeting…
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How to get retweets

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Twitter for small businesses If you’re on the Twitter, you’re there for one thing: retweets. Good RT is the cream, you’re the dairy farmer, and Twitter is the udder. Here’s how to milk it: Start every tweet with a period. Twitter is for conversations, so many of your “tweets” will naturally begin with the username, or “handle,” of whomever you’re tweeting at. But Twitter’s algorithm has decided that only people who “follow” both parties should see the “tweet”—it’ll be invisible to the rest of the world. So start every “tweet” with a period—it’ll open you up to a world of retweets and good RT. Wrong: “@mom, see you soon!” BAD RT Right: “.@mom, see you soon!” GOOD RT Wrong: “I had the best lunch today!” BAD RT Right “.I had…
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