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The following Brick Marketing Blog posts provide valuable SEO, search engine marketing, and social media marketing tips and advice for the week of July 5 – July 8, 2011.

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SEO Articles for July 8, 2011

  1. 1. Brick Marketing Blog Weekly Roundup – July 8, 2011<br />The following Brick Marketing Blog posts provide valuable SEO, search engine marketing, and social media marketing tips and advice for the week of July 5 – July 8, 2011. <br />Extreme Black Hat SEO: Hacking Your Competitors<br />One black hat SEO tactic that might not be discussed often is hacking the competition. This post includes a case study about a hacking possibly caused by a competitor. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Is Your SEO Content Royal Enough?<br />Yes, we all know that content is king. However, for SEO purposes, the only content that is mighty enough to be called “King” is content that is also keyword rich. This post includes three tips to creating SEO content royalty. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGNAL POST<br />B2B Online Marketing Needs Consistency<br />It may be tempting to think that you can reward yourself with a break and pull back on your online marketing efforts once you’ve achieved some success. However, the exact opposite is true. If you want to continue to be happy with your traffic, conversions, search ranking, and brand exposure, you need to keep it up.<br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />What’s In a Facebook “Like”?<br />Sure, “likes” are great. But what do they mean? Does it mean that the user actually likes your company or brand and has had good experiences in the past? Does it mean that they have never used your products or services, but are thinking about it? Does it mean that they are your competition and are trying to keep tabs on you? The only thing that we know for sure is that a “like” means that you somehow got their attention- now it’s up to you to keep it! <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />

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