Top SEO Blog Posts for July 29, 2011

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Top SEO Blog Posts for July 29, 2011

  1. 1. Brick Marketing Blog Weekly Roundup – July 29, 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 25 – July 29, 2011. <br />Website Development Mistakes to Avoid<br />Before developing an internet marketing strategy it’s important to have a strong website to market. After all, the goal of an internet marketing strategy is to increase targeted traffic to a website which should in turn result in increased sales, leads, and conversions.<br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />B2B SEO vs. B2C SEO<br />Business to business and business to consumer markets are treated differently in many ways, including the ways that they are marketed to. As internet marketing and search engine optimization become increasingly more important in both sectors, it’s necessary to understand that the strategies for each should differ.<br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Should You Accept Guest Blog Submissions?<br />Any guest post that is published on your blog reflects back on you. If you decide to allow guest posts on your blog, make sure that you are doing it for the right reasons.<br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Signs You Are a Blog Comment Spammer<br />Bloggers don’t have the time to deeply analyze every comment, so any comment that looks even slightly “spammy” gets sent to the spam folder, meaning that any future comments made by that user will go straight to spam.<br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />Who’s Using Google+?<br />The early adopters of Google+ seem to be primarily male tech geeks. While this certainly doesn’t come as much surprise, it does raise the question of whether or not Google+ will ever appeal to a mainstream audience.<br />CLICK HERE TO READ THE ORIGINAL POST<br />

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