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John Tomlinson
Works at Local Internet Marketing Magnets
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6 Visual Apps for Creating Social Media Content : Social Media Examiner
www.socialmediaexaminer.com

Do you need to create content on the go? Discover six mobile apps to create content for your social media profiles.

Three Things Email Marketers Should Do to Stay Competitive
www.marketingprofs.com

Email Marketing - Email is evolving in response to other digital channels, such as native advertising and social media. Find out what you ne

Refine your content marketing tactics to benefit from enhanced search en...
searchengineland.com

Columnist Thomas Stern discusses how content marketing performance can fall short if SERP features aren't considered.

Here's How I'm Using Moz Content for Mining Local Link Opportunities
moz.com

Searching for new workflows to help you build those local links? Take a look at how one SEO is using Moz Content to uncover content and link

10 of the Best Brands on Twitter (And Why They're So Successful)
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Check out these examples of the best Twitter accounts from brands.

How to Stay Focused in the Age of Distractions [Infographic]
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Learn some tips and tricks for staying focused with this infographic by On Stride Financial.

The Ultimate Guide to Email Design Best Practices for Marketers
www.convinceandconvert.com

A new era of email design best practices has arrived. Here's what marketers need to know.

5 Tips To Make Your Small Business More Profitable
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Effective Tips for Small Business Automation
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6 Simple Steps to Lower Your Cost Per Facebook Fan
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Millennials Are Driving a Shift in SMB Marketing (Report)
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Is Your Writing Readable? 3 Concepts to Master for Copy That Converts
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Chunking, word recognition, and universal design are the cornerstones of readable copy. Are you writing in a way your audience can easily un

SEMrush Guide to SEO for Your Blog
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Until recently, SEO theory and advanced optimization never occurred to most of the world’s bloggers. All they knew was that they loved writi

The 5 Most Common On-Page SEO Issues and How to Fix Them [INFOGRAPHIC]
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A definite Jewel of Runaway Bay This is the largest Resort hotel we have been to so as we arrived we expected to see more people around, so we had a pleasant surprise to find how empty it felt. Having arrived in the dark it wasn't until the following morning that we realized just how much space there is within the resort with plenty of seating. The beach itself is well maintained and you do have the ability of walking along not only the resort beach but continuing along the rest, which does include a public beach. The accommodation blocks are not the prettiest of buildings (Most of the building date back to the sixties therefore I rest my case) but the rooms are spacious, with comfortable beds, generous storage and adequate bathrooms and all with private balconies most overlooking gardens or the sea but some will now look over the water park. There are 3 well maintained pools all with lifeguards this along with the beach make plenty of space for everyone. Activities are available daily if you wish to take part but the nice part is there is no pressure to if you don't want. There was also excellent evening entertainment including a very good resident band There a 6 restaurant all of which serve excellent food that should suit most tastes. Our 2 favourites were the Italian and the pizza both of which we found gave use a pleasant slant on food that we enjoy, although the pizza was to die fore I can still taste them now. The jewel in the crown of this resort is quite defiantly the staff without whom this would be just a blot on a beautiful landscape but they give it a soul and a purpose. What is surprising though is it is not just the people you would normally interact with but also the management who could be found sitting amongst guest during Breakfast and Lunch. Of course there are always people that stand out but this time so many did it is hard to recall them all but Egg Boy for brightening up my mornings, Christopher,Stephan and Jason at the Bar and Eric for you superb Pizza. I will also say that all that it was people that made it such a memorable stay so thank you all.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A Fun Place to Eat This is a place to go at any time of the day for a meal. We went in the evening and had a beautifully tender steak that was to die for. This along with the wonderful salad bar turns into a very fulfilling meal. Added to all this are warm welcoming and friendly staff make this a fun place to eat.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Waited too long to Try We always talked of going Antalya but never quite made it until the other day, what a big mistake. You will find a welcoming atmosphere with very friendly ans attentive staff. There is a comprehensive menu giving you a wide chose depending on what you feel like eating. The food I ordered was a Lamb Casserole which was absolutely delicious and plentiful and a house red that fitted perfectly with the food. Added to this was the complimentary service before and after meal was a nice touch. We will be returning at the first opportunity and would recommend it. Please bear in mind that the food is fresh which means it takes a little longer and you get to enjoy the atmosphere longer too.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A Unique Experience This place certainly has a style of its own and it carries it off very well. The food was excellent and the 2 courses were well presented and tasted as good as they looked. The staff were very friendly and attentive allowing the meal to proceed at a smooth pace without feeling hurried. I would recommend them and will certainly be returning.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Interesting Place to Eat On entering you find that this has been recently refurbished so has a fresh look. The menu provides a variety of food style to suit different tastes. I had the British Beef & Chorizo Puff Pie which was delicious along with the asparagus. When you add this to the welcoming and friendly staff who despite being very busy were efficient. The only downside was the noise generated by a very full restaurant.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A Little Gem Don't be fooled by the unassuming exterior inside there is a little gem. This is a family run Meze & Tapas restaurant which reminds me of places in the Greek Islands,Cyprus and Crete. This is firstly done by the Owner and Staff who are friendly and efficient whilst creating a relaxed atmosphere making the whole experience that much more enjoyable. The second is the food which is superb and freshly prepared and a menu that allows you to have as much or little as takes your fancy. Although you may have to wait a little for your food as we did this is no hardship due to the atmosphere that has been created and a good bottle of wine. I would recommend Yamas without hesitation and will certainly be returning.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A Memorable Meal The beauty of La Tasca is that you can have as much or as little as you want. On this occasion it was a bread and oil starter with 4 tapas dishes to follow. The bread as usual was delicious, the surprise was the new potato dish with blue cheese was to die for (if you like blue cheese) along with goats cheese and tomato salad, Pork meatballs along with the friendly staff made it a memorable meal. Although I do have to say as we were there at 8.00pm on a Friday evening it was very noisy purely because of the number of people.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago