I’ve been working in the Internet Marketing industry for just two years..*Not actually me.
This is me: I am the Social Media Manager at SEO.com I write for the SEO.com Blog I wrote the 10 Step Guide For Pinterest Marketing eBook for small business owners.
I have a dozen of go-to blogs I readon daily basis…
And have seen some prettyinfluential speakers.. Danny Sullivan Rand Fishskin Peter Shankman Duane Forrester
Plus I work with some pretty smartpeople at SEO.com.. Check out the State of SEO: The Experts Weigh in Blog Series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
I’ve learned a lot and want to sharethat information with you!(Secrets aren’t that fun anyway)
In my 102 Things I’ve Learned About Internet Marketing blog post, I talk about: Search Engine Optimization Social Media Images Google+ Facebook Twitter Content Marketing Link- Building Quora Inbound Marketing Execution Mobile & Local SEO
This slideshare won’t be 102 slides. So don’t worry. Let’s get started
Internet Marketing is an extremely new industry! Google’s 4th Birthday Logo How cute
Images drive traffic and sales They are the first thing people see on a page They help the reader digest written content THEY ARE IMPORTANT.
People of the world are doing twothings: They are becoming more social They are becoming more reliant on their Smartphones.
Don’t ignore the mobile space. Mobile SEO should no longer be an afterthought. By 2015, 2 billion people worldwide are expected to own smartphones and Mobile local search is predicted to surpass local desktop search by 2015.
If content is king; then context isGod. Create cool content that people want to share instead of “great” content that just fills up your site and social feeds. Search engines REALLY DO respond to unique, useful content.
Things don’t happen overnight. There’s no quick and easy way to gain a following on Twitter or rank #1 in Google. Internet marketing is a marathon; not a sprint.
Want more internet marketing tips? Read: 102 Things I’ve Leaned About Internet Marketing And contact SEO.com today! Internet Marketing is a big mountain for your company to climb on its own. With support from an agency, you’ll have the ability to reach new heights.