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Create Your 360-Degree Digital Marketing Strategy In 8 Steps [Infographic]


Create 360-Degree Digital Marketing Strategy In 8 Steps

Do you need help planning and implementing your Digital Marketing Strategy? Want to understand the different areas in which you need to excel?

Give your Digital Marketing Strategy the boost it needs with the right cocktail. Wheelhouse Advisors share their Digital Marketing Strategy in this infographic.

360 Digital Marketing Strategy  Infographic

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Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Feel free connect with me on Twitter – @araghuwanshi6 – and let us learn from each other.

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Links, Content & RankBrain, Google’s Next Ranking Factor


 

Links, Content & RankBrain, Google's Next Ranking Factor

In a recent video from Google’s Search Quality Senior Strategist Andrey Lipattsev finally Confirms the Links, Content & RankBrain, Google’s Next Ranking Factor.

You can see the whole session of questions and answers below. All video is very interesting and lasts 30 minutes.

What is RankBrain?

Google uses a machine learning technology (English: “machine learning”) to display your search results. We also know that this new algorithm Google RankBrain is today the third most important position signal according to Gary Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google.

How will the Google SEO RankBrain?

Looking to SEO, implementation of this new algorithm is not something harmful or difficult things, but on the contrary, could help better position the quality content. Moreover, with the emergence of RankBrain, we could be talking about keywords charged less importance, giving greater importance to complementary content that is closely linked to the main theme.

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6 Effective Content-Curation Tools That Will Save You Time


If you’re looking for Content Curation Tools, this post is for you!

Essential Content Curation Tools for SEO

Scoop.it

If you need a tool to compile different news in the virtual world, Scoop.it is ideal for this task. This platform, easy and functional for effective content curators lets you select between different information sources so that you have available the most relevant of these publications.

Undoubtedly, this service is ideal if you want to track a specific topic. Therefore, whether you seek enrich your knowledge to make a better job of curator of contents or share the news that you like with your friends on social networks, Scoop.it is the ideal tool.

Paper.li

If you want to apply best SEO techniques for your work as curator of contents, you must use Paper.li. This tool is similar to the previous one since it also collects news from sources that you prefer. The dispute centers on this continues to be updated automatically, based on the keywords or hashtags.

Considering the above, if you want to make the most of your accounts on Twitter and Facebook, with Paper.li you can receive the information you are looking to stay up-to-date of trends, and to improve your SEO presence.

Storify

Undoubtedly one of the tools favored by experts in Search engine positioning is Storify. This useful tool allows you to receive content from various social networks like Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Instagram so you can share the story with others to create a bias in the virtual world.

With this tool, it is possible to keep up with all the interesting topics in different social networks, for use for your domain.

Klout

Klout offers a rich source of relevant content but is often better known for the Klout Score it can allocate to social websites accounts. The Klout Score is centered with your social media profile and activities.

Evernote

If you want to improve search engine optimization of your domain, you need to use Evernote as a tool for your work as curator of SEO content. This platform allows you to keep notes in different formats (images, text, page, etc.) so you can archive the information that will be useful for your virtual site.

The best thing about Evernote is that you can organize your notes in books, which can specify and comment to describe the contents found there. However, this tool adds another benefit: you can check it via your smart phone or tablet and synchronize all devices at once.

Pinterest

Finally there is one network that has gained more popularity when search positioning: Pinterest. In addition to working for social interaction, this is also an ideal platform for content curators tool, since it allows selecting images in its database for placement on websites.

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Content Without Many Inbound Links – Matt Cutts!!


How Does Google Determine Quality Content if There Aren't a Lot of  Links to a Post?

In a new webmaster help video, Google’s Head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts treated this time a question with a surprising answer. How Does Google Determine Quality Content if There Aren’t a Lot of  Links to a Post?

According to the interpretation of Matt Cutts, Google seems to face many difficulties if your site does not have external links. Matt Cutts said that Google before you go to visit your website, the search engine has to work before considering how to link, we see the words on the page like.

Matt explains that you need to assess site content based on the words on the page and often this work further. In a certain scale, the more likely of interest to the page from that word.

Google uses many factors to determine the domain name of your valuable or not, it brings value to the link.

Without links, Google is simply looking at the quality of content on the site, this stuff might not be enough depending on the quality of competitive keyword phrases.

To hear Matt’s full explanation, please see the video below ..

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