Tuesday, April 28, 2015

REGISTER TODAY AT Outreach Marketing Summit.

Online marketing best practices at the Outreach Marketing Summit.:

Happening Today. All Day Session. Register now!


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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Google "Find My Phone" To Locate Your Android Device

Google "Find My Phone" To Locate Your Android Device:

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Here's another amazing Google thing! You can now track your lost mobile device in Google's Find my Phone feature. Make sure your Google account has your verified phone number. So, when you lost your phone, all you have to do is to sign in and search "find my phone" in Google.

I tried to access my mobile device and it is accurate. Make sure your phone is turn on and location setting is on. Otherwise Google won't able to locate it, or pray that someone who has your phone didn't reset your App settings.

Try it and see it for yourself.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Where to get good and influential bloggers?

7 Tools for Finding & Connecting With Influential Bloggers:

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Reaching out to highly influential blogger can be
difficult but there are still potential bloggers that you may consider. Some of
them are not hard to find and already built their connections in the
blogosphere and Social Media.

You may see and meet them in different events helping to
build community and awareness online. In this post, I'll show you how to catch
the good ones, yes, they are the quiet ones - waiting for the perfect
opportunity. Most of them are not physically present in some venues because
they become too picky in choosing blogging projects.

Tip 1# - The
Create a database that lists all bloggers you have
invited. Monitor how active they are from blogging by clustering them base on
their blog post activity (date they published the post event experience),
social media sharing (monitor how they shared their stories and count their
retweets or likes), and attendance (if they skipped your events for how many

Other factors may also affect your decision in choosing
bloggers like their blog structure (is it messy or full of competitor banner
ads), paid or free domains,  relevance of
the blog (niche) and location (if you allow physical presence of a blogger or
if you wanted someone can blog without experiencing the event - depending on
the project availability).

Tip# 2 - NO TO
I know and it’s very common to read public invites and it
is really tempting to attend those on the spot events. But, you must be careful
on where you post your details. I have heard (and experience) horrible stories
about gatecrashers, misrepresentation, stealing of blogger's personal items,
stalkers and loot baggers
(Who claimed themselves as bloggers but they are just
after for free food and giveaways and you'll never hear from them afterwards).

Another thing to point out is be careful in sending email
invites. There was one incident that one or two bloggers send the same invite
(event) to their blogger friends which led to confusion and misunderstanding.

I know we are lazy to personalized the invite but if you
can bcc: your contacts and ask your main contact to become their blog
ambassador / representative and will take care of sending the invites - cool

All bloggers have their own perspective view about how
you will approach them if it is a free valued sponsorship or getting them paid
to review your products or services. I know some don't accept any monetary
compensation, but think of other ways like allowances or shuttle service.
Bloggers have expenses too. We commute, buy our clothes, pay our electricity
and internet!

NOTE: There are freeloaders (bloggers who are after for
freebies) that are available 24/7. Think of the consequences. A copy paste blog
post from the PR kit versus someone who asks for an exchange paid post.

You have all online platforms, feel free to use them. If
you don't know how to maximize your resources, then, you have problems in
adapting the cyber culture.  Having
trouble in understanding the importance of Social Media, Blogging and SEO in promoting
your products or services can create huge impact in establishing your goal.

If you have to measure their blogs, you may use Google
Analytics, Facebook Insights, Twitter Insights, and a lot of tools available

How about you? 
What are your blogger preferences? Please feel free to share them below!

Monday, March 9, 2015

Unused entities in your AdWords account - AdWords Help

Unused entities in your AdWords account - AdWords Help:

Attention Adword Users.

Please review your unused ads, campaigns and other adword entities...

If you want to retain those unused ads, I suggest you download them asap because Google Adwords is cleaning up your account and you won't be able to retrieve them.

Deadline of retrieving those files is on or before March 23.

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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Optimizing Images For SEO | Search Engine Journal

Optimizing Images For SEO | Search Engine Journal:

Here is a guide on how you can optimize your images for your website or blog.

Top things to consider:

  1. Subject
  2. Size
  3. File name
  4. Uploading / Streaming
  5. Captions
  6. Images texts (keywords to use)


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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Thank You For The Last 20 Years | Yahoo

I have so much memories with Yahoo!

My first blog was created in website builder.

I met a lot of friends in Yahoogroups!

I enjoyed reading Yahoo! articles everyday.

My email addresses are still active, hooray Yahoo! mail.

I discovered Bejeweled in Yahoo! games!

Emoticons were used in Yahoo! messenger.

Yahoo!'s jingle is addicting...Yahoooo...Yahooo!

Happy Anniversary, Yahoo!

Thank You For The Last 20 Years | Yahoo:

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: A Beginner's Guide

How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: A Beginner's Guide:

I stumbled upon this post and I'm going to share some of my basic techniques in keyword researching.

Basic things you need:

  1. Google Analytics
  2. Google Webmaster Tools
  3. Google Adwords (for keyword researching)
  4. Excel document
  5. & Your creativity

This is as easy as 1-2-3.

New Websites

  • Review raw keyword suggestions based on your website contents. This can be helpful in creating a list of keywords.
  • Make a keyword research on volume, traffic and clicks. You may use several keyword tools. Google Adwords is one good example but there are still relevant tools to use. Use your "instincts."
  • Assign brand keywords for your website. Do not forget to include your brand name in each pages. It is important that people will remember your 'name' not with 'long tail keywords'
  • Implement those keywords in your pages. Spread them equally on your title tags, descriptions and sometimes in your images.
  • Do not over distribute or spam your pages. I still see pages that use the same root keyword every now and then. Be creative in assigning keywords.
  • Save those keywords in excel spreadsheet. Monitor the keywords every two to three months.

Old or Existing Sites

  • Review if there are ranking keywords in your website. Try searching them on Google.com. 
  • If you can't find your website in 1st three pages, then use the "New  Websites" strategy.
  • If you find your website using your existing keywords, proceed with the next step below.
  • List those ranking keywords based on organic traffic, referral sites and clicks
  • Analyze which pages get the most clicks and traffic. Which one has conversions? 
  • Sort them out accordingly. Feel free to decide which keywords to retain or....
  • If you need to add keywords, refer to the post above (New Websites).

Same cycle. Research. Draft. Test. Analyze. Record.

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