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Peter K. Lam
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An internet marketing specialist and creative writer that loves tech and entertainment.
An internet marketing specialist and creative writer that loves tech and entertainment.

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Free webinar: Improve your engagement, experience & business with Google+ Circles strategies
http://stephanhov.com/circlewebinar0912 
Is your home stream a hot mess of posts that aren't engaging or helping you grow your business? 

Do you need a better strategy for managing your time on Google+?

Problem solved.

+Lany Sullivan and I are hosting a free webinar on Friday, September 12, at 3pm ET to help you clean up your circles and have purpose & intent with who you follow. We're going to cover +Circloscope techniques, circle strategy, and tap into some of the ideas I wrote about in my Google+ Pro Tips book on circles.

Hope to see you, or someone who needs this, there on Friday, September 12th, 3pm ET. 

Register here: http://stephanhov.com/circlewebinar0912
Pin it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/259097784787632328/

#googleplus   #googleplusstrategy   #googleplustips   #webinar  
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What are the Value of Social Signals?

For many bloggers like myself social is the primary driver of traffic to their websites. Over time these social signals help the SEO of your website. If you are spending 2-3 hours writing a great piece, I recommend you spend that much time promoting it on social media.
by +Neil Patel 

#SocialMedia   #SEO  

To learn more you can check out the article here -->
http://www.quicksprout.com/2014/01/31/how-social-signals-impact-search-engine-rankings/
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Farewell Google Authorship – But Here’s What To Do Now

Google authorship has joined the dodo and the dinosaur with its functionality in any format now completely discontinued.

While Google authorship was in part an effort to improve the overall quality of content to web users by discouraging anonymity and building credibility, it did not guarantee great content.And, also had a fairly low adoption rate or in many cases was not being implemented correctly, making it an ineffective quality score.

So What Now?

Use well-crafted, punchy headlines to attract the attention of your audience, and test which title works best. Also, make sure that your publisher mark-up and other relevant rich snippets are implemented, as Google is steadily moving towards a more semantic approach to search, as opposed to the more keyword driven approach.

Read more about what you can do now, here: http://www.mediavisioninteractive.com/blog/hot-of-the-press/farewell-google-authorship-what-to-do-now/
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RIP #Google #Authorship.I was so excited to get this working but now it's no longer relevant. Definitely sucks.
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Author images are being dropped from #SERP  and #Google  claims this is going to help #CTR. Somehow I doubt that. #Authorship  
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We've been doing lots of work to clean up the visual design of our search results, in particular creating a better mobile experience and a more consistent design across devices. As a part of this, we're simplifying the way authorship is shown in mobile and desktop search results, removing the profile photo and circle count. (Our experiments indicate that click-through behavior on this new less-cluttered design is similar to the previous one.)

For more information on using authorship on pages of your website, check out https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1408986
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Have you heard the #rumors  about #GooglePlus  possibly shutting down? Here's a good article worth reading on what impact that may cause if or if it doesn't shut down.
Rumors are leaking that Google might kill Google+. Sound crazy? At first, I thought the same. But as you think how devolution might work, there could be some big advantages to breaking up Google+ into individual components, in a way that Facebook is already doing to itself.
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