Oli Gardner of Unbounce posted this to the SEOmoz blog early last year, but I wanted to revisit it for any young, budding online marketing gurus out there reading this resource. This 15,000,000 pixel infographic is broken down into two parts: part one is a cogged wheel outlining 50 tasks broken down by discipline, and part two is a six month course that is aimed at transforming you into an internet marketer.
Be sure to follow along with Oli Gardner’s post, as he has each step on the noob’s guide to online marketing infographic broken down and explained in detail.
When it comes to using Twitter to promote a brand, a lot of people just don’t get it. Here are a couple articles I feel really hit home when it comes to using Twitter correctly. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll start to see more and more success in your Twitter campaigns.
5 Steps to Going Viral on Twitter
Copyblogger gives some bullet points on structuring your tweets in order to facilitate mass retweetage and follows.
Did Phil Baumann Just Save Follow Friday?
Follow Friday was becoming a day of random chaos, it’s about time someone set the etiquette in stone.
Twitter 101 For Business
A special guide, directly from the hoses mouth. Twitter covers the lingo, good practices, use cases, and resources for a business owner looking to dive into the Twitterverse.
Incease Your Blog’s Retweet Rate
You’re using Tweetmeme.com or Retweet.com, but not getting that many successful retweets, what gives?
And more readers means more money, and that’s never a bad thing. Here are some excellent pointers from the very best on how to proofread and play editor to your own copy. Always remember, write as much as you can, then chop away as much as you can, and you will have said what you meant to say, how you meant to say it.
Want to Write Well? Cut Mercilessly
Tim Berry talks about some of the key things he’s learned about editing from years of experience working under one, as well as years of experience being one.
How to Write With a Knife
CopyBlogger explains how to write drafts for yourself, and edit the published copy for your audience.
How to Develop a Content Strategy for Your Professional Blog
Having a successful blog with a real audience is not as easy as installing WordPress and pressing the Publish button. What’s your game plan?
Hey guys, welcome to another installment of Monday’s Marketing Mashup, where DaftSEO brings you the latest by the greatest in search engine strategies and marketing tactics!
10 Way to Launch a New Blog With a Bang
Web Designer Depot shows us what it is to truly be prepared to take on a new blog, and what it takes to truly make a new endeavor successful.
Link Building is Faster with BuzzStream
Colin LaHay takes a look into the new Link Building CRM software, BuzzStream, and shows us how to manage our backlink campaigns.
7 Rules for Link Building in 2009
Eduard Blacquiere, also known as EdWords, gives us a couple tips for having a really solid link building strategy, maximizing the points of inbound traffic and link juice.
Well, that’s all for now, stay tuned for the next Marketing Mashup!
It’s that time again! What time, you ask? Why, Blog Comic Friday, of course!
Have print mediums really become archaic, and a thing of the past, or have they only become outdated for certain types of queries?
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