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Andrea Hamilton
I work for YOUR online visibility- it's more than just your website.
I work for YOUR online visibility- it's more than just your website.

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Check this tool- for LinkedIn, Facebook, Blog, etc.

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Great help from Fiverr graphics people.

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Hubspot is a great resource for small businesses- SEo, Email marketing, and look at their picture downloads.

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Tip 7/50: Add A Large Image To Your Post
Google+ is a very visual platform where the most attractive posts demand the most attention and can be the difference between getting a +1/share and not...

All text-based posts should have an accompanying image and when sharing a link. You can also replace the default thumbnail image with a different (more attention-grabbing) image when sharing a link.

There are several benefits to attaching a large image to posts:
► Posts with images tend to get more engagement (+1's/Comments/Shares)
► Large, horizontal images have more chance of triggering larger multi-column posts (aim for high-res, 1200+ pixels wide for best chance)
► Images allow you to see how many times your posts get shown in feeds by monitoring image views (click into the image and expand the Photo details on the right-hand side) which gives you some idea as to your post reach/visibility

This tip was inspired by +Louie Baur's post here:

This is just one of many Google+ tips, you can find more tips like this from the #googleplus50 series here:


► If you want to expand on this with an additional point or idea, please comment below so others can learn from your awesomeness!

► Additionally, if you want to contribute tip I haven't yet covered in this series, please feel free to ping me and I will credit you if I use it!

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Excellent images of Before and After testing. Thank you.
6 Proven Ways to Boost the Conversion Rates of Your Call-to-Action Buttons

Your visitors can’t get through your checkout process or signup form without clicking at least one button. And that one button — like all of your buttons — can be improved on.

But we fail to optimize calls to action for pretty simple reasons, all of which are complete BS.

We need to stop ignoring the so-called “small things,” especially when conversions depend on them.

And see if you can relate to any of these excuses for failing to optimize calls to action:

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Video marketing for a small business- it can be done.

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Good points on a presentation set up. Best points: Killer title and opening slide, tool for inserting video clip. Thx!@jessedee

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YouTube SEO includes tips on video clips and transcription.

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Lots of great content-SEO tips. Favorite is from @MarcoSaric Tips on what to do after you click Publish.
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