This is what Google currently supports for its rich snippets. But that is not all what you can do with it. Introduction video for Google Webmaster Tools Structured Data (Part 1). This video explains core concepts of semantics. And how we can better utilize their full potential.
Yesterday I saw this great infographic from
(http://goo.gl/BCWk1). Because its outdated (incoming stream) I created a new one which even includes the possibility to post to communities.
I hope you like it. Feel free to share it and have a nice day!
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#googleplus #googleplustipsandtricks #sharepublic
If you are like me then you probably receive shared post notifications from a number of people on a daily basis.
Unfortunately these people do not understand Google Plus posting etiquette and check off the "email to circles" box on all of their posts.
For those that do not know this triggers an email to those people along with a Mr. Jingles notification in the side panel.
THIS SHOULD NOT BE DONE UNLESS YOU KNOW THEM AND THEY HAVE SAID IT IS OK TO DO SO!
If not then I guarantee you are pissing people off to the point where you are getting BLOCKED!
SO if you don't know me, have never commented on one of my posts, or have never shared anything I have written, why are you sending me your posts?
Please don't! If you post to public those in your circles who want to see the post will. If they like what you have to say they may socially interact with the post.
If for some reason you really want me to see your post then build a relationship with me first. I will more than likely add you to my circles and you won't have to try to scream in my face daily. That is what social media is about!
There are many in social media who just don't realize they are doing something they shouldn't be. Unfortunately unless they are told directly they are never going to learn.
Do you have people sending you posts that you don't care to see? Maybe it has nothing to do with what you are interested in or frankly just don't feel like being notified every time the person publishes something?
Here is your opportunity to let them know - in the comments below just write please stop and their name so they are notified!
There is a terrible flood of bad, outdated social media logos polluting the internet. It's a visual crime that is all too common and I've set out to help those who just don't know better, or don't have the resources/time to get the proper social media logos.
This mini-infographic is a Google+ specific version. You can see the full article and full #infographic here: http://dustn.tv/social-media-logos/
In the full article I go over Facebook and Twitter as well and I actually give free downloads for each network with the addition of Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Which social network(s) would you like to see included? Was this helpful?
#socialmedia #logos #branding
Larger infographic image here:
#contentmarketing #blogging #bloggingtips #contentwriting
It doesn’t matter if you’ve invented an elixir of life, found an extraordinary way to improve memory or written a brilliant marketing article and want people to see it. It all doesn’t matter if you don’t know how to write a title that will attract people’s attention; a title impossible to go by.
A title defines the success of any piece of content, and you shouldn’t underestimate its power. Many content creators and bloggers let their great posts go unnoticed only because they don’t work on the titles enough. There are some techniques, though, that attract people’s attention most of the time. Here are some of them.
Question titles tend to be very popular among readers. They evoke curiosity and make people want to know the answer to this issue, even if they haven't been searching for it mainly. Although it is not fresh news that question titles attract attention, it is still working and doesn’t seem to get old. A real trick here is not to use the question mark at the end. When you do use it, people may think that it is the question for them and subconsciously doubt your expertise. Here are the question words you might want to use:
- How - "How to earn money if you are an excellent writer", "How to be productive and still procrastinate".
- When - "When is it the time to quit your job", "When do people usually find their predestination".
- Where - "Where to get brilliant ideas for a startup", "Where do you find the best nanny for your kids".
- Who or what - "What not to say at your job interview", "Who stands in your way of being happy".
- Why - "Why should you say no to sugar", "Why I stopped using Facebook".
So, if you are in your writer’s block stage and cannot think of an interesting title, just ask a question that your posts answers. That’s it.
#infographic courtesy of:
#contentmarketing #blogging #bloggingtips #contentwriting
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