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Color, Value & the Evolution of Logos

Home Color, Value & the Evolution of Logos Do you know why the charging bulls in the Red Bull logo are red? Or why McDonald’s double arches are yellow? It’s because the emotional power of logos is closely tied to specific colors. It turns out, our emotions are results of the precise science of effective […]

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Best of 2013: Responsive design, content marketing, conversion paths & more

2013. Google called it “a year of transformation.” Mashable declared it “the year of responsive web design.” And then there was Google Enhanced Campaigns, which was mandated across all AdWords campaigns back in July. If you weren’t ready for mobile, well, it didn’t matter, because it happened. With smartphone sales expected to reach 1.81 billion…and double […]

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‘What the…?’ (And Other Frequently Asked Questions From Monetate Summit)

For me, Monetate’s 4th annual Summit was an extensive Q&A session. For three days, I got to have face-to-face, in-depth conversations with clients new and old, seasoned users and those still in the onboarding process. But despite those different experience levels, a few questions repeated themselves in many of my conversations. Since they are focused […]

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Error | Drupal

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Hummingbird SEO

Hummingbird, Google’s new search algorithm that was launched August last year, is said to have impacted 90% of search results. The majority of the affected results are for long-tail search queries, which is why many practitioners didn’t notice the changes when it was first launched (30 days before the update was publicly announced). This particular […]

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Google's Effective 'White Hat' Marketing Case Study

There’s the safe way & the high risk approach. The shortcut takers & those who win through hard work & superior offering. One is white hat and the other is black hat. With the increasing search ecosystem instability over the past couple years, some see these labels constantly sliding, sometimes on an ex-post-facto basis, turning […]

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The Fail-Safe Technique to Keep Your Article on Track: Outlines

Outline by Sean MacEntee Writing articles can be challenging, especially if you’re an in-house copywriter. With all of your prior knowledge of the company, its products, services, and mission, it can be easy to try to cram too much information into one tiny page of content. Sure, you want everyone to know how awesome your […]

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Save your Gmail Attachments to Google Drive Automatically

Learn how to save your email attachments in Gmail to any folder in your Google Drive automatically through Google Script without using any extensions. Your email messages in Gmail have attachments – images, documents, videos, etc. – and you can automatically save them all to a specific folder inside Google Drive using the Send to […]

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Cookies: A Guide To Understanding Data-Driven Morsels [Infographic]

Some people have concerns with their online privacy due to cookies. These little bits of morsel data stored on your computer from a website can enhance your online experiences when you (re)visit a website. Unfortunately, a few bad instances–including a few so-called ‘super cookies’–are giving web browser cookies a bad wrap altogether. What it really […]

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Google+: Looking Behind the Scenes of Profiles and Posts

Google+: Looking Behind the Scenes of Profiles and Posts I love Google+. In addition to using it for content discovery, this rapidly growing social network is an incredible tool for micro blogging,  networking and relationship building. While Google+ can effectively be used as a micro blogging platform, it lacks many of the features that give […]

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5 Inbound Marketing Myths Debunked

If your job has anything to do with digital marketing, whether its creating online content, doing SEO or running social media campaigns, by now you have heard of Inbound Marketing. Its a very popular marketing methodology that encapsulates various online tactics and strategies to attract visitors to your site, convert them into leads, turn them […]

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Social Media: Getting Value From Volume

One debate you’ll hear among marketers and community builders is the one of volume vs. value, of quantity vs. quality. There’s no absolute answer and because different products or communities have different needs and outcomes, it’s always subjectively determined. The dilemma isn’t a simple one: is it better to sell more of something to lots […]

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How Often Should I Get an SEO Audit?

As you may know, today is April 15th, the last day to submit your taxes without an extension. During this time, we all take stock of our finances and investments and hope we can escape without paying too much money out of pocket. Some of the more organized of us must hunt around to find […]

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Bumbled PPC News, Conspiracy Theories, and the Future of PPC

Although the strong to reaction to Google’s announcement that it will limit search query data may have been premature, there’s no denying that changes are coming to the pay-per-click marketing world. This past week has been fascinating to watch as the news of Google’s plan to limit search query data for pay-per-click (PPC) advertisers unfolded. […]

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Is Unoptimized the New Optimized for SEO?

Every couple of months, someone proclaims that SEO is dead or sets off a number of anti-SEO threads, based on the continuous changing scenery in the search industry. It goes without saying that the landscape is different from what it used to be a couple of years before but from “different” to “nonexistent” is a wide range […]

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How to Submit Your Site to Google News

How to Submit Your Site to Google News In the world of SEO, making Google web results a primary focus and priority is standard, however, if your site or blog is consistently publishing relevant content relating to current events, you may be able to expand your reach. If your site already produces high-quality, relevant and […]

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SEO, Your Website & You: 5 Myths & 10 Tips

Have you ever had a call like this? Client: So I heard Google’s Matt Cutts said links are [dead/bad/over], so I stopped all my link building, fired my SEO agency, and wanted to ask you what we should do next. Me: (long pause) Umm, you did what? Were you penalized or positioning badly? Client: Oh […]

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Matthew Woodward

http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk Tried & Tested SEO Sun, 13 Apr 2014 18:45:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.2 http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/experiments/index-backlinks-easily-revealing-case-study-results/ http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/experiments/index-backlinks-easily-revealing-case-study-results/#comments Tue, 08 Apr 2014 06:11:08 +0000 http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/?p=27748 source

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Report: Google Running Another Test To Map In-Store Sales To AdWords Ads

When Google introduced Estimated Total Conversions in AdWords last September, the company made clear it was working on ways to measure the impact of online advertising on in-store sales as it outlined the initiative to give advertisers a complete view of the effect their search advertising has on purchases. At the time of the announcement, the […]

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Writing Clinic #5: Tom Roelandts’ Post

by Ali Luke Welcome back to Writing Clinic! If this is the first Writing Clinic post you’ve read, here’s a quick reminder of how it works. I take a look at a blogger’s post (published or unpublished) and explain what’s working well and what might need some tweaking. The posts can be on any subject, […]

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