How to get 25% More Views on Your LinkedIn Profile

By Joe Chernov, from HubSpot Marketing Blog – http://bit.ly/152IUbt

Just because HubSpot values humility doesn’t mean we’re not a competitive bunch. Three months ago, CEO Brian Halligan, Marketing VP Kipp Bodnar, and I bantered about our relative rank on LinkedIn’s “Most-Viewed Members at HubSpot” list.…

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Does Homepage SEO exist at all?

By Michiel Heijmans, from Yoast – http://bit.ly/1pQShyH

It’s clear that a homepage serves a number of different purposes. Among others, it is your welcoming page and your main user guide for your website. I promise to devote another post to that.…

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Keep Your Passwords Strong to Prevent Hacks

By now, you’ve probably had quite a lot of of your friends or co-workers e-mail you “from an internet cafe” about being “stuck in Turkey” after “losing their passport and wallet…”  Their desperate appeal for you to send cash as soon as possible is a dead give-away that somebody has hacked their email account. …

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How to Beat the Competition With Landing Page Research

By Elena Terenteva, from ‘Net Features – http://bit.ly/1sU25Ir

Landing pages rock, fact.

They help you target your message to very specific audience needs. They are persuasive. They help focus the reader’s attention on your offer. And they convert.

In short, there’s no better way to make a sales pitch online than through landing pages.…

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5 SEO Strategies That Will Still Work in 2015

By SearchEngineWatch – http://bit.ly/1ywbRJi

Thanks, Google! Its algorithm updates continued unabated in 2014, leading to panic among some search marketers and dread among many more. Now that Google has been on a mission to reduce the visibility of low-value pages, especially those that are over-optimized for keywords, does it seem like there are hardly any optimization techniques left that won’t get you dinged?…

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The 20 biggest logo designs of 2014

From Creative Bloq – http://bit.ly/1wdOj5e

We review the most impactful logo designs and redesigns of the last 12 months.

On the day a new logo design is launched for a familiar brand, the first reactions are usually overwhelmingly negative. Once some time has passed and the new design has entered daily use, though, it can be a different story.…

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New Admin Features in WordPress 4.1

WordPress 4.1 was released today, and totes some new back-end features for administrators and editors.  Here’s just a couple of the new page/post editing tools you can expect to see after the update.

Revamped and Rejuvenated Distraction Free Mode

WordPress 4.1…

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