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Build healthy links with co-citation and co-occurrence in SEO

I cam across this helpful article which describes best practices for co-citation and co-occurrence when doing link building. With the emergence of these methods, performing local SEO has evolved into a better position than ever before. Essentially it involves creating a relationship between related terms and linking them to relevant pages. You can see a [...]

6 Lead Generation Tools for Location-Based Leads

There are some interesting hyperlocal tools out there for local businesses to use in their quest for more local business. For example, one tool, "Twilert" lets you create alerts for Twitter mentions of certain phrases within a certain geography. This helps you to cast a wide social media tracking net in a local geo-targeted way. This [...]

Are your iWatch friends’ faces not syncing with your iphone?

One of the Apple™ iWatch's new features is the shortcut screen which allows you to have your favorite friends to be one button push away. However, I recently came across an issue where I updated my contacts' photos (from Facebook) and the iWatch did not properly update the photos. They end up just showing you that person's [...]

How Much Has Link Building Changed in Recent Years? – Moz

Spammy link building is dead, but link building in the sense of content marketing is still very much alive. With all of the Google updates, website owners are starting to get that link building through content marketing is still very important, but a much harder tasks. This article provides some insightful opinions on the state [...]

7 Days After Mobilegeddon: How Far Did the Sky Fall? – Moz

It would seem that the mobile update had only a slight effect out of the gate, but all indicators point toward Google giving an edge to websites that are mobile friendly. After the dreaded Mobilegeddon update from Google, what terrors have befallen the SERPs? Dr. Pete will regularly update this post with the latest from [...]

Instagram: Marketing to Millennials in the Digital Age – SEMrush Blog

To non-millennials, including myself, Instagram may be intimidating, but it can be a very valuable tool for marketing your products or services. This is a good article describing some basics of marketing to Millennials. Essentially it boils down to posting consistently, post Instagram-only deals, be real, use hashtags, and make posts fun and informational. In [...]

How to remove the favicon code from the Thesis 2 header

One day I discovered in one of my blogger's iThemes security logs that there were a number of daily requests for variously sized "apple-icons" returning a 404 error. After some research, I decided to customize the site's favicon code. Thus, you may come across a situation, like I did, where you need to remove the Thesis [...]

Get More Sales with These 5 Email Receipt Marketing Tactics — Ecommerce Blog by Shopify

Every time someone makes a purchase from your store, they get an email receipt.It’s an amazing opportunity to connect with your customers—but it’s often overlooked as a marketing channel.  And chances are, you’re missing out on sales because of that.In this post, we’ll take a look at how you can use email receipt templates as a [...]

Georgia State’s Ron Hunter Reacts to Last Minute Basket

The tournament has just started and brackets are already getting busted! This image pretty much says it all of Georgia State's Ron (with a broken foot) reacts to the last second basket to beat Baylor:

Web Symphonies Celebrates 10 Years

Seasons Greetings! As we ring in the new year, 2015 is already shaping up to be an extra special one as Web Symphonies marks its 10 year anniversary. In January of 2005 I started the company inspired by my passion of all things web related, and ten years later I am completely grateful, blessed, and proud to announce my 10 year [...]

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