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Do you know what type of content gets the most links? In today's post, Kelsey Libert of Fractl shares what they learned from 300+ content marketing campaigns.
What kind of content is going to earn you the most — and highest quality — links? In a comprehensive look at a whopping 300+ content marketing campaigns spanning from 2013 to the present, Kelsey Libert shares the key ingredients to creating truly stellar content.
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Almost any online marketing campaign these days includes email outreach. While social media has its place, email is universally the most personal form of
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Love articles about viral content :)
 
What Makes Content Go Viral?
Viral content isn't the goal. But there are elements to successful content, and lessons learned from them. Read this for inspiration as you create content.
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Interesting...and maybe useful :)
 
We have found it! Your guide to what to post on what platform! LOL.
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Google Wants Your Best Content
"E-A-T (expertise, authority, trustworthiness) is Google’s acronym for what exactly makes up a high-quality page."
There's no doubt you're experts in your industry, but do you have professional writers within your business to convey that expertise? Google says: if not, why not? The search engine giant, who we all quite rightly pander to, has recently suggested that businesses need to hire expert
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4 Tips to Be an Instagram Influencer Under New Algorithm http://bit.ly/22cv2lD
Brands have the ability to turn effective social media strategy into profits, which is why it is important to understand how to leverage Instagram's algorithm update.
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Facebook Introduces Dwell Time as Ranking Factor
Another algorithm change has been announced by the social network, focused on enhancing reading time
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Love asparagus... great article!
 
10 Powerful Health Benefits of Asparagus
http://www.ecellulitis.com/blog/featured-posts/10-powerful-health-benefits-of-asparagus/
Asparagus is a tasty and satisfying vegetable, but few people are aware of how nutritious this food really is. Whether you are eating it grilled on the side of a steak or steamed, they are full of nutritious vitamins and minerals that can have positive effects on the human body.
The next time you’re shopping in the grocery store and looking for a healthy and still tasty dish, be sure to pick up some asparagus.
#asparagus #healthyfood #health #ecellulitis
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The evolution of SEO
Columnist #WinstonBurton reflects on how search engine optimization (#SEO) has changed over the years. Where might things go from here?
The job of an SEO has certainly evolved over time due to Google cracking down on spam techniques, the rise of mobile, changes in the #SERPs and so on. But what does an SEO really do these days, and how has this role changed over the years?
A look into the past and present
On-page optimization: When performing #onpageoptimization in the old days, SEOs would map two to five keywords per URL and optimize the page elements (title, meta description, headings, body content and so on) for these keywords.
But things have changed. Now, with advances in semantic search and machine learning, a page can rank for a lot of related keywords, not just the keywords for which you optimize the page. This is a better way of doing things, as having content that fulfills the needs of what users are looking for (rather than just being the best match for a given keyword string) is a better experience.
Modern-day SEOs should have a solid understanding of not just content creation, but also content promotion. Whereas previously it was all about optimizing existing landing pages based on search volume and striking distance, SEO today is a mixture of optimizing existing content and creating, optimizing and amplifying new content that meets end-users’ needs to enforce your brand and capture social signals and links to rank higher in the SERPs.
Devices: Back in the day, it was all about optimizing for desktops because that was the primary device used to surf the web.
Today, mobile devices have quickly become the way that people consume content. While the desktop is still relevant, digital media consumption on mobile devices has skyrocketed in the past several years and will continue to grow. According to comScore, mobile now consists of 65 percent of digital media time. Additionally, in 2015, mobile officially surpassed desktop in terms of Google searches performed.
SEOs must focus on optimizing the mobile experience, particularly apps, and making sure that mobile pages load within two seconds.
Local: Google has changed its local results so many times during the past several years — from the10-pack to 7-packs, and now the 3-pack. In the old days of local SEO, it was easy to spam the listings by incorporating keywords into the business name, getting links from spammy directories, fudging the exact location of the business and so forth.
Now, local is all about positive reviews and (thanks to the #Pigeonupdate) some of the more traditional ranking signals like relevance and page content.
Social: Before the days of Facebook, Twitter and other social networks, online social sharing largely took place via email and instant messaging — places that fell largely outside of the scope of SEO campaigns.
Today, social media is ubiquitous, and digital marketers who neglect this channel do so at their peril. Social media and SEO must work hand-in-hand to increase brand exposure, connect businesses with their audience and drive consumer engagement. The modern-day SEO must utilize social networks to promote content to earn both shares and links for maximum exposure.
Links: Links have always been a significant factor in determining search engine rankings, but link building as a discipline has changed dramatically over the years.
In the early days of SEO, it was all about link quantity — the more links to your site, the better. #Anchortext was also more heavily weighted, meaning that links with keyword-rich anchor text could help a site rank better for those keywords. It was easy to get links from sites of questionable repute, and so many SEOs secured links with keyword-rich anchor text from sites with high PageRank through link exchanges, direct requests or purchasing links.
Today, it’s not just about quantity, but about quality. Links from authoritative sites and sites relevant to your own are more heavily weighted, and links from spammy websites are discounted (at best) or grounds for a ranking penalty (at worst). Additionally, search engines like to see a “natural” link profile with a good mix of link types: #follow and #nofollow, keyword-rich anchor text and branded anchor text and so on.
SEOs today must focus on creating high-quality content and pursuing relevant links that are of value to users. They must also monitor their backlinks for any toxic links and remove low-quality links to maintain a healthy link portfolio.
Technical SEO: Technical SEO has not really changed much in the last few years, and the basic principles of technical audits still apply. However, SEOs must make sure their clients’ sites are built in a mobile-friendly manner and load as quickly as possible. Technical SEO is now very much a requirement for web developers.
Final thoughts
SEO has changed dramatically over the years, and we must adapt with it. An SEO’s job has shifted from more traditional optimization to connecting the client’s content with the end user over multiple devices and platforms.
Instead of search engine optimization specialists, maybe it’s better to think of ourselves as content experience analysts: professionals charged with optimizing a brand’s web properties to attract consumers at all stages of the customer journey. If we can do this effectively, we will win in the SERPs.

Credit: http://searchengineland.com/
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"Your Blog Is Not A Business"
Sadly I realized this too late!
Learn about how The "Michael Buffer" Formula is one of the most effective content promotion strategies to grow your blog and sales.
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    owner, 2015 - present
    D4WEB is a digital marketing agency founded by Damir Vuckovic. Our headquarters is in Europe, and our clients comes from all around the world.
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    internet marketing specialist, 2010 - 2015
    Damir has been a freelance web consultant since March 2010. His specialties are content marketing, social media and on-site optimization. Damir is also familiar with html, css, cms, Wordpress and all other skills that makes efficient web marketing. Improving online authority and reaching goals of his clients make Damir a happy and fulfilled person.
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When he's not  dedicated in reaching business goals of his clients, Damir spends most of time with a family. He loves sports (tennis, basketball, football, boxing)  and acquiring new useful business and life skills.

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