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MarketingTilt Wordpress Web Design and Marketing Company For Small Business Owners
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If you can get your head around using content marketing correctly then your site will take shape and be very SEO friendly.

This is all part of web site architecture and where you can get the competitive edge on your competition.
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Cornerstone content is an essential part of building a long term and viable business online today.

It not only helps you build trust with site visitors but builds reputation increases back links naturally and helps you create more content for your site.
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Any blogger knows that an image can make or break a blog post. The picture is what first catches the eye, no matter how compelling the content is. With Pinterest and other image sharing sites, a quality image can help to draw in more visitors from social media to your content. Unfortunately, uploading images to WordPress can be tedious, especially after the lengthy process of selecting, editing and watermarking images. There are several WordPress plugins that can improve the process. Here are the top four plugins for handling images on your WordPress blog. Image Formatr Once Image Formatr is installed, it goes through all the images on your blog to standardize thumbnails and captions each photo using the title of the post or page. The plugin also links images, so they pop up as full-size images. The plugin also has Flickr support, making it easier than ever to share and optimize your Flickr photos. Watermark WP Image Protect If you take your own photos for your blog, you may have experienced how frustrating it can be to find someone else using your photos without even giving you credit. This plugin takes care of that problem for you. Instead of putting a watermark on every image manually, it automatically places a watermark on all the images on your site without affecting the original image. The watermarks are applied in seconds, even for images that have been previously upload. The watermark is customizable with text color, font type, and size of the watermark. The watermark can be altered or repositioned, and certain images can be excluded from watermarks if you prefer. jQuery Pin It Button For Images Pinterest users love pinning images from their favorite blogs. Make it easy to share your content by installing the jQuery Pin It Button for Images. This handy plugin shows a "Pin it" option on all images when the user hovers her mouse over the image. Once clicked, a pop-up window appears with the photo and description. The plugin allows you to customize where the image's description should come from, such as from the page title or alt tags for the image. Flickr – Pick a Picture Do you have a hard time finding images for your blog that you're allowed to use? Need a picture of El Paso to talk about your latest trip there? This plugin simplifies the process by allowing you to select images from Flickr that fall under the Creative Commons license. The plugin gives attribution to the Flickr image's owner to comply with the rules of the CC license. With these plugins, using pictures will be as simple as can be, leaving you more time to come up with great ideas.
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