I was doing a mini-audit for a potential client last month (using the same template and system I shared in my Local SEO mini audit post here on Search Engine Land a few years ago). When I got to the reviews section, I found appalling results — it was painfully obvious that they were faking reviews. I brought it up on the call, and it turned out that the owner had no idea that his team was faking reviews. … [Read more...] about Let’s make 2017 the year of honest reviews!
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As an Instagram lover, you enjoy to document your meal or upload selfies and snapshots to your friends, but why you are not sharing your pictures at the companies that will pay you for their use. Selling your stylish photographers is a great tactic is to make money with Instagram. What should you do is to join a company that will pay you a good amount for your every photograph? … [Read more...] about Easy Ways to Make Money on Instagram as a Blogger
A retailer selling MLB apparel could countdown to baseball’s opening day, using messaging about buying your favorite team’s gear before the season starts. For advertisers who offer a deal indefinitely (such as 10% off or free shipping), countdown ads could be adjusted each week based upon uploaded business data. Countdowns aren’t just for e-commerce advertisers. A lead generation account trying to garner webinar signups could count down how many days left until the webinar. Or, a an advertiser could say that a whitepaper download will only be available for so many more hours. Those merchants with a wide variety of various products can emphasize their selection. Prices can dynamically be inserted to give real-time updates of how much various products cost. … [Read more...] about Why You Need To Make Dynamic Copy An Integral Part Of Your 2015 PPC Strategy
It makes it easy to do invoices. You can track your expenses, which is a big deal, because if you were going to end up with a shoe box at the end of the year and try to sort through that, you’re probably going to make a mistake and it’s just going to be absolutely overwhelming. I have the app on my phone, and anytime I buy something, I just put it in and I don’t have to worry about it come tax time. … [Read more...] about How to Make the Leap to Full-Time Freelancing
Instead of creating content for marketers (like I do), create content for a more specific audience, e.g., social media marketers or small business marketers. The more specific you get, the less competition you have—just make sure there’s enough demand. If you’re writing on somewhat obscure topics, even mediocre content would get some attention. … [Read more...] about How to Make Content Marketing Work for Small Budgets