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Jun Mallorca
A SEO web content writer and blogger
A SEO web content writer and blogger

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Top 6 Reasons You Should Give Link Love to Other Bloggers

Ever since I started blogging a few years ago, the topic of linking out has been a common source of debate. On one hand, you have people who swear that linking out causes you to lose link juice and drop in the search engine rankings (more on this later). On the other hand, there are people (including me) who believe that linking out is a powerful tool for blog promotion and that it’s something all bloggers should be doing.

Below are the top 6 reasons you should be linking out.

• It puts you on their radar

• It lets your readers know you’re giving them the full story

• You have to give links to receive links

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There’s not a CMO or CEO on the planet who strives to deliver bad customer experience. Of course, customers do have bad experiences. With the rise of social media, it has become a lot more difficult for a business to mistreat its customers and still succeed. 

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Need some content marketing advice? Here are 5 articles from last year that will make you think.

#contentmarketing   #seotips   #marketing  

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Pinterest Account Manager Asks: Do You Want More Repins? Avoid These 7 Deadly Pinterest Mistakes

Did you know that Pinterest is removing all affiliate links?

That means all trackable links that enable Pinners who share them in order to; earn commissions on traffic or sales. Ouch!  According to a Pinterest spokesperson “We observed affiliate links and redirects causing irrelevant Pins in feeds, broken links and other spammy behavior. We believe this change will enable us to keep the high bar of relevancy and quality Pinners expect from Pinterest”.

What that means to those of you who have been pinning affiliate links is that you’ll have to get serious about maximizing the time spent managing your Pinterest account to earn those same commissions.

As of April 2014 Pinterest has over 30 billion pins, half of them in the last six months and they’ve got 750 million boards. With those kinds of numbers it can be pretty daunting to think how you are going to stand out on Pinterest’s smart feed.

Look on the bright side. Doing the right things the correct way on Pinterest helps you look credible and competent, getting them wrong reflects poorly on your business.

Here are the 7 most common Pinterest pinning mistakes businesses make:

1) No relevant keywords in your pin description

Pinterest is much more than pinning a bunch of pretty pictures. In order for your images to rank higher within the Pinterest search engine (something you want as badly as a first page Google organic search ranking) you have to include at least one keyword describing your image.

According to Pinterest informative pins are up to 30% more engaging than other pins. Give pinners a reason to repin your image. What is your pin about, what will do for them or how will it benefit them? Why does it matter? Practice the WIIFM. Tell them clearly what value they can derive from the pin such as the educational “how to” tip, recipes, DYI, step-by step, time saving ideas etc. It really doesn’t have to be complicated. Remember that over 80% of Pinners use their mobile device so keep your pin descriptions to two sentences.

Pinterest Expert actionable tip: If you’re repinning create your own pin description and make it reflects what your target audience values.

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What else would you add to  this?

#PinterestForBusiness #PinterestTips   #PinterestAccountManager  

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