SEO Tips for May 27, 2011

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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 May 23-27, 2011.

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SEO Tips for May 27, 2011

  1. 1. Brick Marketing Blog Weekly Roundup – May 27, 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 May 23-27, 2011. <br />Top 4 Reasons to Hire an SEO Professional<br />Any company that wants to find success online should know that search engine optimization is important. It’s important to have a search presence and an SEO professional can help to achieve this. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Bing’s “Friend Effect” And What It Means for SEO<br />Bing is now providing users with personalized search results based on the opinions of their Facebook friends. This means two important things for SEO. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Improve Your Reputation by Link Building<br />SEO link building strategies work together to get a website noticed by the search engines and by a target audience. An additional benefit of an SEO link building campaign is the positive effect that it can have on your online reputation. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Blog Comments Work Both Ways for SEO<br />Blog commenting is a popular link building strategy for the commenter. However, blog comments also assist in optimizing the blog post itself. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Are Directory Submissions Still Effective?<br />SEO professionals are beginning to doubt the value of submitting a website to directories. Directories can still offer some value, but they shouldn’t be relied on too heavily. <br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />

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