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Gary Viray
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Here's a useful blueprint for your content development production.

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Remember, real content can’t be found on your brand’s blog, not even on your product’s description and label, they are in the minds and interactions of your target market. #contentmarketing #branding #marketing

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Mobile-optimized website, it is.
If mobile search is the undercurrent supernova as it is expected to be, how can you pivot to mobile space successfully? #MobileSEO #MobileSearch #MobileWebsite  

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Non-linear content does not equate to only having varied content types. It requires multiple touch points for brands to engage consumers at any given stage of the purchase funnel. #SEO   #contentmarketing   #contentstrategy  

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14 Influential SEOs on Mobile Search Engine Optimization

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How to Set Straight your Online (SEO) Campaigns with killer KPIs

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Before taking any SEO project, make sure that there’s a total buy-in among top management. They should believe in SEO. Make it clear to the decision makers what’s in it for the company (on a larger scale) to implement SEO best practices. #SEO  

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+Avinash Kaushik It seems David Hughes' website is no longer what it used to be. Looks like a spam site now. It got links from your blog site. 

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Another awesome contribution to the community by +Cyrus Shepard!
Feeding the Hummingbird: Structured Markup Isn't the Only Way to Talk to Google

Here's the deal: People who haven't implemented structured data on their website shouldn't feel left out of the entity search revolution. While microformats and are great, they are only one of the ways search engines can extract relationships from your content.

In this post we explore 7 ways to strengthen semantic relationships in your content, including;
• Keywords
• HTML elements
• Entities and synonyms
• Anchor text and links
• Google Local
• Structured data highlighter
• CMS plugins

... all without complex markup languages. (and at least 3 reference to +Bill Slawski) Read the full post here:
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