Category Archives: website promotion

Improve Your Online Credibility With Google Author Rank

6 May 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the website promotion section(s)

Google Author Rank

With a huge emphasis on relevancy and quality in the world of online marketing, it’s no surprise that Google takes measures to reward credible authors. In fact, Google has its own system called Author Rank that helps cut down on spam and helps Internet users find the most relevant information quickly. In order to increase your credibility as an online entrepreneur, all you have to do is follow a few simple steps to start building your Author Rank. Read On

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Guest Post: Blog Promotion Strategies

26 Apr 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the online marketing, website promotion section(s)

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It’s no secret that one of the best ways to boost your ranking in the search results is to attract quality links. There are a number of different ways to do this, including generating super interesting content, creating a fun infographic, and hiring OrangeSoda, to name a few. Another great way to generate a quality link is to provide a popular blog with an awesome guest post. Of course, you can’t just write anything and expect them to publish it. You want to provide unique, interesting content they are dying to post. Here are some ways to do just that. Read On

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Using Google Analytics to Battle Bounce Rate

18 Apr 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the internet marketing, SEO, website promotion section(s)

Battle Bounce

As a website owner, you probably dream of making your landing page the online equivalent of a luxury lounge. In other words, your goal is for visitors to relax and peruse your website for as long as possible, instead of bouncing out the second they land on the page. Thankfully, Google Analytics provides some tools to help you better analyze your online marketing strategies, and help you fix factors that are driving visitors away. Read On

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Facebook Testing New “Reply” Feature

12 Mar 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the Social Networking, website promotion section(s)

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Have you seen it yet? If you’re into engaging in Facebook conversations, you may have stumbled upon Facebook’s latest experiment to make commenting easier—the “reply” button. If you haven’t seen Facebook’s “reply” feature yet, don’t fret. The “reply” button is in testing mode right now, so it is not currently available to all users. The “reply” button will be located right next to the “like” button on each comment, and allows users to directly reply to any comment.

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Facebook is Keeping it Fresh!

8 Mar 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the Social Networking, website promotion section(s)

Facebook New Look

It seems the leaders of each prominent social media platform are playing a competitive game of keeping up with the Joneses, and they’re all playing hard. I recently posted about all the cool updates on Google+, and, as it turns out, Facebook is not far behind when it comes to keeping it fresh. Facebook is slowly rolling out some new features that make users’ Facebook experiences even more dynamic. Check out some of the Facebook updates to the new news feed.

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Google Launches Google+ Sign-In

7 Mar 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the website promotion section(s)

GoogleSignIn

Google+ recently launched a new security feature, which makes the process of signing into any app simple. If you are an app-savvy entrepreneur, here are just a few reasons you may want to consider adding Google+ Sign-In as one of your app login options.

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Promote Your Infographics Wisely

20 Feb 2013 | written by Ashley R. Cummings for the website promotion section(s)

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Infographics are a popular and creative way to build brand recognition, promote public awareness campaigns, and present information. One of the most popular uses of infographics, and the one that interests most internet marketers, is to increase quality back links to your site for website promotion.

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