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  1. 10 Takeaways from Mozcon 2014 Thought Leaders

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    MozCon remains one of the biggest, most important conferences in the world for the topics of SEO, social media, content marketing, branding, and community building. Started by Moz founder Rand Fishkin, the annual conference attracts thousands of participants and dozens of innovators and geniuses who present their latest findings in the field. For three solid days of presentations and discussions, thought leaders help spread their dynamic ideas and learn from their fellow experts.

    MozCon 2014 did not disappoint. Check out some of the highlights from these ten innovative conference presenters:

    1. SEO Doesn’t Matter: User Experience Does.

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    It takes a special kind of bravery to denounce the importance of SEO at a conference hosted by a leading SEO authority. Entrepreneur and thought leader Wil Reynolds wasn’t afraid to put his opinion in straightforward terms: “You know what matters more than links? Customers.” Reynolds went on to discuss the importance of understanding what’s important to your business and why, rather than trying to hit some arbitrary metric like a certain number of blog posts or a certain number of links. When all is said and done, what keeps customers coming back is a great overall user experience.

    2. 6-3-5 Brainwriting Will Make Sure You Never Run Out of Ideas.

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    Do you ever wish you had a fast, easy way to come up with 100 new ideas for your business or blog? Stacey MacNaught showed us how to accomplish this in half an hour with a technique she called “6-3-5 Brainwriting.” Six people sit down for six rounds of brainstorming, each lasting for five minutes (the 6 and 5 in the equation). At the start of each round, one person writes down three new ideas (the 3 in the equation). These ideas are passed around the table, with each person coming up with three new ideas inspired by the previous three, so by the end of the round you’ll have 18 new ideas. After six rounds of five minutes each, you’ll have spent 30 minutes coming up with 108 new ideas.

    3. Broken Brand Promises Are the Source of  Dissatisfaction.

    Author and educator Kerry Bodine, with her presentation entitled “Broken Brand Promises,” illustrated the importance of quality customer service with a number of statistics—81 percent of all consumers happily pay more for a better experience, and 64 percent of consumers have switched to a competitor after receiving a poor customer experience. Bodine suggests that “broken brand promises” are the root of dissatisfaction. In order to give your customers the best possible experience, you have to deliver exactly what you are expected to deliver.

    4. Save the Best for First.

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    The phrase “save the best for last” is antiquated, or at least irrelevant to the world of content marketing, according to Dr. Pete Meyers. If you have a great idea, you might be tempted to wait to develop it, in the hopes that you’ll be able to give it the time and attention it truly deserves at some future date or over the course of several weeks and months. However, Meyers argued the longer you wait to write about your “great idea,” the less passionate you’re going to be about it, resulting in an inferior finished product. Instead, work on your greatest ideas first.

    5. Great Communities Need a Sense of Community.

    It sounds painfully obvious, but too many inbound marketers have tried to build a social following that has no interconnected elements that draw people together. As Richard Millington explained, communities can only thrive if people are actively contributing to that community, and people only want to contribute if they feel they can actually influence the group. In order to create a community where people feel that influence, you have to carefully analyze the environment and build a structure that empowers people to influence each other.

    6. Experiment Like a Scientist.

    For search marketers, trying to rank in search engines is like a constant experiment. You never have all the information (because Google keeps its algorithms under lock-and-key), but over time you can develop an idea of how things work. Moz founder Rand Fishkin gave the closing presentation at this year’s conference, describing the importance of “Mad Science Experiments in SEO and Social Media.” According to Fishkin, the best way to learn more about your search marketing environment is to conduct your experiments thoroughly, like a scientist, with all the rigor of the scientific method. That means establishing control groups, repeating your experiments multiple times, and looking at a variety of factors—not just ranks—to form a conclusion.

    7. Tell a Story Instead of Relying on Charts.

    As a search marketer, you’re probably used to thinking of your progress in terms of numbers, charts, and graphs. After all, Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools are incredible resources you can use to retrieve almost any kind of data you need to measure your success objectively. But speaker Marshall Simmonds argued that information can only get you so far; you need to take that information and turn it into a story in order to truly understand how much progress you’ve made, and why you are where you are. Through storytelling, you can have better, higher-level conversations and come up with more abstract ideas on how to improve your performance.

    8. Establish a Period to Loom Over Failure.

    Former Olympic Skier and current entrepreneur Jeremy Bloom spoke about the importance of recovering from failure as a part of any marketer’s career. Failure is a recurring certainty no matter how prepared you are, but Bloom suggested a strategy with how to cope with (and learn from) failure. After a failure, no matter how big or how small, Bloom argued that you should dedicate a specific amount of time to spend considering the outcome, dissecting the factors responsible for it, and planning to prevent such an outcome in the future. After that period of time has passed, whether it’s one hour or three weeks, you have to cut mental ties with the failure and move on.

    9. Find a Methodology for Idea Generation.

    One of the most difficult tasks for any content marketer or entrepreneur is coming up with new ideas. For many professionals, idea creation is an unpredictable, chaotic process, dependent on a random stroke of genius to propel an idea forward. Richard Baxter, CEO and content marketer, argued that the best tactics for idea generation are built around a solid, predictable process. Citing fundamental principles from the landmark work A Technique for Producing Ideas, Baxter explains that methodology is the key to coming up with consistently great new ideas.

    10. Experts Are Key for Stronger Content and Stronger Relationships.

    According to Lexi Mills, contracting independent journalists who are known as experts in their respective fields is one of the best ways to cultivate a dynamic long-term content strategy. These journalists already have the credibility and authority to write engaging, detailed material, and they can easily draw an audience when working on behalf of your company. Over time, you’ll develop a strong network of niche journalists, and you’ll have a veritable army of content creators you can call on when you need expertly written content.

    The scope of content marketing and SEO is always changing, so it pays to stay ahead of the curve. Take these insights to heart as you continue to refine and perfect your inbound marketing strategies.

  2. How Long is Too Long For a Blog Post?

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    articleimage422How Long is Too Long For a Blog Post

    Blog posts are typically the most frequent and most integral elements of a business’s content marketing strategy. Posted regularly and shared through social media, blog posts are responsible for adding more indexed content for a website, thereby increasing page rank in search engines, and increasing overall web traffic by encouraging links with interesting material.

    The rules that govern which blog posts are effective are neither straightforward nor clear. We know that Google has a preference for well-written, authoritative content, but those are general terms. Accordingly, the question of appropriate blog post length—and how long is too long for a blog post—is difficult to concisely answer.

    Why Length Isn’t the Most Important Factor

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    First, it’s important to understand that the length of your blog post isn’t what matters most. It’s true that cutting or extending your posts to a given length can be advantageous, but there are several more important factors in your blog strategy, including:

    • Expertise.

    You need to come across as an authority in your field, no matter what that field is. Blog posts need facts and clear information, no matter what length they are.

    • Catchiness.

    Your headline, especially, needs to grab readers’ attentions immediately. It’s possible that your long post is catchy but your short post is not—so make catchiness a priority.

    • Shareability.

    Shareability is what gets blog posts circulating. In order to be shareable, your blog post needs to be concise, clear, surprising, informative, entertaining, and valuable.

    • Voice.

    Voice is another important yet underrated factor. Your blogs should all be written in a consistent voice that fits your brand and is tailored to your target audience.

    • Regularity.

    The frequency of your posts matters more than the length. It’s better to make several shorter posts on a regular basis than it is one long post over the same period.

    • Formatting.

    Blogs should be easy to read no matter how long they are, which usually means including subheadings, bullet points, numbered lists, and images to guide readers’ eyes.

    Advantages of Short Blog Posts


    Short blog posts, typically between 200 and 500 words, but sometimes as short as 25, do have a number of distinct advantages over their longer counterparts. If you find that short blog posts work better for your overall strategy, 5-600 is a general upper limit (of course, nothing can be strictly defined out of context).

    There are several key advantages of short posts:


    Attention spans are lower today than they’ve ever been, and that means getting attention from your readers is harder. Shorter blog posts require less time to read, and therefore, they attract a wider audience of time-compressed, distracted individuals. If you find that your target audience prefers easily digestible, short bursts of content to longer, more detailed posts, consider adding shorter blog posts to your schedule.


    “Shareability” isn’t exactly a measurable quality. However, writing posts that are punchy and witty is easier when you have less overall material to work with. Cutting your content down to its absolute core is a good strategy to concentrate your messaging, which is appealing for individuals who are looking for something that accomplishes a lot in a short amount of space. This quality tends to increase the likelihood of people sharing your post on social media, since it’s quick and unobtrusive.

    Greater Post Frequency and Consistency

    Writing shorter blog posts usually means you have a greater ability to post frequently and consistently. When writing posts of several thousand words, it’s tough to find enough material to cover in a similar length—however, there are thousands of unique topics that can easily be condensed or split into pocket-sized versions. Posting frequently and regularly is more important than hitting a specific word count, so if you’re concerned about your post frequency, consider a shorter blog.

    Minimal Effort

    Finally, shorter blog posts require less effort to complete. Intuitively, it generally takes a writer less time to produce 400 words of content than it does to produce 1500 words. That means as a writer, you won’t need to dedicate as much time to writing posts, and as an employer, you won’t have to pay as much for your content. While this can be an advantage, it’s important to note that spending effort is a good thing, and generally, the more time you invest in your strategy, the better.

    Advantages of Long Blog Posts

    Long blog posts, which are usually more than 1,000 words, have plenty of advantages of their own. While short blog posts have a narrower range, long blog posts can be 1,000-2,000 words, on up to 8,000 words or more. There is no strict upper limit for “long” blog posts, but if you get too detailed or cover too many topics, you start getting into

    Greater Depth (and Therefore, Authority)

    Authority is a big deal. If your readers view you as an expert, they’ll keep reading. Otherwise, they won’t stick around. Longer posts generally give you more space and more opportunities to show off your knowledge; you have a chance to explore a given topic in far greater detail, exploring more facets of the subject and presenting more facts and data to support your claims. It’s possible to present yourself as an expert in a short post too, but longer posts give you greater potential to do so.

    Greater Variety

    Short posts tend to get repetitive, especially if you explore similar topics or use the same formatting. On one hand, consistency is important in a blog because it gives readers a familiar, brand-specific experience that keeps them coming back. On the other hand, diversity is important. Longer blog posts allow you to explore a wider range of topics and incorporate related ideas into the bodies of your posts.

    More Shares and Backlinks

    While shorter, more concise content is easily shareable in the form of a social media post, longer, more detailed posts tend to be cited more. They are shared as presentations of information rather than as passing talking points, and as a result, they generate more backlinks. As you’re likely well aware, backlinks pointing back to your site are extremely important for SEO and are becoming more difficult to build naturally because of Google’s Penguin update. Writing long content attracts more natural links as external sources cite you as an authority.

    More Indexing

    Google’s main web crawler, appropriately called Googlebot, scours the web and indexes every significant piece of information it can find, adding it to a massive store of information that Google uses to generate search results. Having longer stretches of content on your site means Googlebot spends more time scouring your information, and Google will view you as a higher authority. Sites with long written content tend to perform better than sites with short content—but only when posted regularly.

    Is There Such a Thing as Too Long?

    Technically speaking, a blog post cannot be “too long.” However, consider the main intention of the blog post: to present a digestible amount of concise material on a specific topic to a relevant audience. If your blog post becomes so long that it is:

    • No longer digestible,
    • No longer concise,
    • No longer focused on one specific topic, or
    • No longer relevant,

    then your post truly has become too long. You could hit these “too long” qualifiers with a 10,000 word blog post or with a 500 word one. Context is the key.

    Finding the Perfect Fit

    For most businesses, there is no “perfect length” for a blog post. While longer blog posts tend to perform better as a whole, different topics and different intentions will necessitate different lengths. Include a variety of different blog lengths, from short and punchy to long and detailed, to get the best results for your campaign, and try not to worry about your numbers as much as the more important factors for blog post success.

  3. 15 Ways to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

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    Speed counts. Google uses a number of factors to determine your site’s ranking in its search engine results pages (SERPs), but among them is the time it takes to load your website. Google is all about improving user experience, so if your site takes too long to load, you could have a much harder time ranking for your target keywords. Lowering your site’s load time can put you in a much better position to rank for any given keyword.

    WordPress, one of the most popular platforms for website creation, offers a number of different themes, templates, plugins, and widgets to give you a completely controllable user experience. For most businesses getting started on the web, this is a bit overwhelming, but it’s important to make the right decisions when setting up and maintaining your WordPress site. In order to give your users the best experience and improve your chances of ranking, use these strategies to improve your site’s load times:

    1. Get an Efficient Host.

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    Hosting may not seem like a big deal, especially if this is your first site, but the type of hosting you have makes a big difference in your load times. For example, if you opt for shared hosting in order to save a bit of money, you could be setting yourself up for drastically slower load times, especially under peak conditions.

    2. Reduce Your Images.

    As you might imagine, high-definition images can be a major drag on your site’s load times. Each individual user must download these images when accessing a page that contains them, so if you can replace those images with much smaller, faster images, you’ll instantly improve your load times. The WordPress plugin WP is one tool that can help you automatically and efficiently compress the size and load times of all the images on your site.

    3. Choose an Efficient Theme.

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    The themes and frameworks available on WordPress are part of what has made the platform so popular, but not all themes are efficient. In many cases, it’s better to choose a simple, unadorned theme with lightning-fast load times than a bulkier theme you prefer from an aesthetic perspective. Don’t worry; there are tons of themes with light frameworks to choose from (including some of the defaults).

    4. Clean Up Your Plugins.

    Some plugins can be valuable to your load times, like the WP tool we mentioned above. However, many plugins simply take up space and make your site bulkier to process. Check out P3, the Plugin Performance Profiler—it can quickly tell you how each of your plugins affect your overall load times and give you direction for which ones to keep and which ones to disable.

    5. Zip Your Website Files.


    Compressing your website as a ZIP file allows for much easier transmission to your users’ browsers. Essentially, you’re reducing the amount of data that is transmitted without changing the final product displayed. There are several zipping applications available, but any of them will suffice so long as they don’t otherwise interfere with your loading times.

    6. Use a Caching Plugin—but Set It Up Properly.

    Caching plugins tend to be free to download and install, and they’re relatively easy to use. By directing browsers to download files stored in a visitor’s cache instead of trying to download them from the server, you can cut significant loading time. It only works for repeat visitors, but it’s still valuable. Just avoid playing around with the advanced settings too much or you could interfere with its proper functioning.

    7. Reorganize Your Homepage.

    Maximize your layout for speed. Show segments of posts rather than full content, make the length of your homepage shorter, and remove any widgets and plugins you don’t need on the homepage (including social sharing widgets, which belong on individual posts rather than on the homepage directly).

    8. Make Your Database More Efficient.

    If you know what you’re doing, you can clean up your database manually, but the better way is to use the WP-Optimize plugin. With this plugin, you can quickly and easily establish settings that prevent the buildup of unnecessary information on your database. Since you’re storing information more efficiently, your page will end up loading faster on your users’ machines.

    9. Control Image Loading.

    You can selectively control which images load immediately for the user in order to reduce the total amount of information necessary for a user to download from the server. With the right setup, only images above the fold will load immediately, and the remaining images will load only when the user scrolls down accordingly. It’s possible to do this manually, but it’s easier to do it with a plugin.

    10. Get Rid of Pingbacks and Trackbacks.

    Pingbacks and trackbacks are notifications from external blogs that inform your blog that it’s been mentioned. Pingbacks and trackbacks automatically update the data contained in your post, thereby increasing the amount of data needed to load and increasing load times. Getting rid of pingbacks and trackbacks will preserve your backlinks but prevent the extra data from being stored on your site.

    11. Eliminate Unused Post Drafts.

    Drafts of old blog posts can weigh down your site more than you think. For example, if you revise a draft four times, you’ll have five total versions of your blog post sitting in your site’s database. You’ll never need to reference those earlier drafts, so update your database settings (perhaps using the WP-Optimize plugin we mentioned in point 8) to delete them and prevent unnecessary storage in the future.

    12. Use Static HTML Instead of PHP When You Can.

    This isn’t something everyone should do, but for those of you looking to cut load times dramatically, it’s an additional option. PHP is a useful way to improve the efficiency of your site, but it also occupies server processes while it’s running. If you can replace it with a static HTML equivalent, it’s worth trying.

    13. Take Advantage of a Content Delivery Network.

    Content delivery networks (CDNs) provide the same data you would ordinarily need to transmit to your users—such as CSS files and images—but on closer servers to maximize user download speeds. There are many CDNs available, but most will require a subscription fee to use.

    14. Aggregate Your CSS and Javascript Files.

    If you use several plugins, your site probably links to multiple CSS and javascript files on every page, which can interfere with loading times. Instead, use a plugin like Minify to combine all that information to a much more condensed, faster-downloading form.

    15. Disable hotlinking.

    Hotlinking is the process of linking to another person’s images, thereby increasing server loads without necessarily increasing your traffic. Disable hotlinking with a handful of steps and prevent that extra burden.

    Obviously, load times aren’t the only factor Google uses in populating its search results. You still need to have a regular, high quality content marketing strategy, a social media presence, well-structured meta data, and a long-term backlinking strategy. However, if you put these tips to good use and decrease your WordPress site’s load time, you’ll be able to simultaneously improve your domain authority (and thus, your rankings) and give your users a better overall experience.

  4. Online Reputation Management – How Paying Close Attention Can Save the Day

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    The Internet has the potential to make or break your business. With the advent of social media, it has become even more easy to build (or destroy) your reputation. That’s the reason online reputation management has evolved to become a specialized service.

    Your reputation on the Internet can be subject to a lot of volatility. Do something awesome, and you’re liable to get liked, shared, and followed by a huge number of loyal fans overnight. But if you do something off-putting … BOOM! Down goes your carefully constructed professional image.

    If you think your online reputation is doing all right, you might be correct. But you might not. While you may be seeing positive reviews about yourself or your business, you need to really “listen” beyond “what you can hear” because the Internet is populated by all sorts of noises.

    Someone could have posted defaming statements against you somewhere. There might be negative posts on certain social media about your operation. While you only checked out the first page or two of Google search results for anything about your business, the pages further down might be sprinkled with content that could prove damaging to your reputation, both on and off-line.

    Paying close attention saves the day

    The key to keeping your Internet reputation sparkling clean is to pay close attention to what people say about you.

    Paying close attention should be something you do concurrently with your efforts to fill the search engines and social media venues with positive information about your activities. Your success online rests on how well you optimize your site for the key terms that you would like your business to dominate.

    However, it’s equally crucial to address any questionable issues that might be raised about your business — and you must address them quickly.

    How do you set out to listen in on what people are saying about your business?

    The tools

    Google Alerts. Google Alerts is a marvelous online tool that enables you to zero in on any topic or news area you want. It’s highly customizable, so you can set an alert for any topic that interests you, including yourself or your company.

    The alerts are sent to your email at whatever frequency you prefer. One of the great things about Google Alerts is that you receive alerts on the freshest news or commentaries that are published on whatever topic(s) you register to be alerted on.

    Social media tools. These days, it’s impossible to ignore the enormous opportunities that social media has to offer. It has served as a medium for businesses to promote their products and services, and customers are largely choosing it as their most preferred tool for airing their complaints.

    You can program Twitter and Facebook, two of today’s leading social tools, to track mentions about your business. You can also use these sites to track mentions about your competitors and study what the public is saying about them.

    By using social media to track mentions of your business, you can respond to consumer concerns immediately, show your appreciation for any positive comments, and defuse threatening discussions that could potentially destroy your reputation.

    When you’re proactive in this way, and you maintain a high profile across the web, this shows potential customers that you stay fully aware of any issues relating to your business, and that you are always ready to resolve them with people in a quick and timely manner.


    Make the most of the tools available to you on the Internet for proper online reputation management. They are at your disposal so you can pay close attention to what people are saying about you and your business, and most of them are free to use.

    Employ them to your advantage before the damage gets too costly to handle … or recover from.

  5. Top Ways to Engage Your Customers

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    With a little help from powerful headlines, social media promotions, and SEO, you can get potential customers to visit your site.

    That’s just half of your job as an online marketer, however. What counts at least as much is how well you engage people once they’ve found their way in. If you can’t properly hold your visitors’ attention inside your site, all your efforts to pull them in will have been wasted.

    What’s even more frustrating is when you’ve paid for that traffic: then you’ll have blown precious budget as well.

    To help you engage your customers more fully once they’ve clicked into your site, we commend the following tips to your attention.

    Take advantage of the power of surveys
    Consider offering surveys to your visitors. You might be surprised to learn how many web visitors are more than happy to accommodate you by taking the time to answer questions in a survey. This is especially true if your site has something to please your users — like a little humor or eye-catching design — or offers extremely useful information.

    By providing a survey, you will not only discover how people feel about your site, but you’ll also gain valuable insights into which areas of your site could use improvement.

    You will also make your visitors feel valued for their comments and ideas. This sets the stage for potentially fruitful and lasting relationships with them.

    Make your site more social
    Social media engagement should be high on the list for all webmasters and online marketers. You may have recognized the importance of making your site more social to engage visitors and boost traffic, but you may not be implementing it properly.

    One way to do it is by making it easy to share your content on some of the biggest social networks. Place social media tools such as Facebook like, Twitter, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon, and Google+ buttons at a prominent position on every page of your site. This will encourage your audience to share your content, especially if they find it interesting, relevant, and useful.

    It’s also a smart move to place a Facebook badge on the sidebar of your site to show your visitors which of their friends have recommended or liked your site.

    Use video with YouTube
    Integrating video into your site’s content is a powerful method of engaging your audience more effectively. By now almost everyone knows that including video is good for SEO. However, you should be mindful of the fact that using it improperly could backfire on you.

    When incorporating video, make sure you use only clips that are highly related to your content. Even better, you can opt to create your own video content. One of the easiest ways to do this is to take some of your previously published content and re-purpose it to furnish the meat of your videos.

    This will appeal to a wider audience, especially visitors who are more engaged by imagery. If you include video on your site, odds are your audience will like you even more for it.

    Appeal to the human emotions
    Finally, don’t forget to create content that appeals to human emotion. Try to create content that is not just interesting, but also funny or inspiring.

    Humorous content is a sure hit among today’s online browsers. You can also appeal to your audience’s need to feel important. In other words, when you compose new content, be sure to focus on what your potential customers want and not what you like. Talk about what’s going to make them genuinely happy.

    If you apply the tips outlined here for your next set of content, you will see improvements in the way people interact with your site. You should also see dramatic results in traffic as well as in conversion.

    If you want to find out more about how to create effective and highly engaging content for your site, contact us to learn about your options.

  6. New page added: FAQ

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    Head on over to the new FAQ page for answers to the most common questions I hear. I’ll be updating this frequently. Additionally, if you have any questions that aren’t on the FAQ page, feel free to Contact Us.

  7. Website Overhaul

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    It’s been a while since my last post, but lots has been going on! I’m going to keep this one short, but I just wanted to note that the Website has received a pretty significant overhaul. My goal was to make the site easier to navigate and help readers understand our services. We’re rockin’ and rollin’ with lots of new changes under the hood, and we’ve seen some incredible SEO results for our clients in the last couple months.

    I’ll be posting more often as I get unburied. So much work to do, so little time… But loving it!

  8. How AudienceBloom Will Grow Your Business

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    AudienceBloom logoWe are a cutting-edge internet marketing firm that combines search engine optimization with social media marketing to deliver on the most important need of your company’s online presence: driving targeted traffic to your website. In doing so, we build your online presence not only in the search engines, but also in each of the “big three” social networks: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

    We begin by researching the keywords that are likely to bring your target market to your website via popular search engines like Google. We analyze the traffic potential, strength of competition, and online commercial intent of each keyword. Following this analysis, we hand-select the keywords that will result in the most highly-targeted visitors to your website.

    Next, we perform a thorough website analysis and present recommendations to optimize your site for search engines. If you prefer, we’ll even implement the changes for you.

    Next, we’ll launch your company into the dynamic and profitable world of social media. First, we’ll setup your accounts and optimize them using your keywords to attract a targeted audience. We’ll create a blog for you, and use it to establish your brand as the definitive thought-leader in your field. We’ll even take care of writing the content for the blog and distributing it to your social media audiences.

    Finally, we’ll syndicate this content across the internet, leaving no stone unturned. We’ll convert your articles to videos and distribute them to the internet’s most highly-trafficked video directories, including Youtube. We’ll convert them to PDF files and distribute them to popular document sharing sites across the web, so your potential customers can find you nomatter where they prefer to hang out on the web.

    So, what are the benefits of all this?

    • Your website will climb to the first page of Google search results
    • Your company’s presence in social media will blossom, strengthening brand loyalty with your customers
    • Your brand will become recognized as an expert and thought-leader in its field

    As a result, your company website will see increased targeted traffic to your website, resulting in more sales.

    And during our time working together, we’ll provide you with monthly reports so you can watch your website climb the search engine rankings, see traffic levels rise, and monitor the growth of your blossoming social media audience.

    Thanks for considering AudienceBloom for your internet marketing initiative. If you have any questions, feel free to call or email us. We look forward to working with you.

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