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Through some research I was doing, I came across the term “Authority Links.” Of course I wasn’t sure what these were, what this a new buzz word on the net, should I know what these are? Well, I highlighted it and hopes of having some time to come back to it and do some research.
It is well known that links back to your blog or website will account for 42.8% (2011 statistics) of your Page Level Link Metrics for your Google Page Rank, but the importance of those links or quality may outweigh the quantity. There is where authority links comes in. For example, if there was a link from the Google Blog to your site, the “link juice” that they would provide would be much greater than being linked within 100 other web directories.
Again, within my research, I have game across a post that gives 10 ways to attract authority links. This one is worth some reading. Here is the summary, please click on the link below for the details.
This is a very well written article. Connect to the article The 10 Golden rules to Attracting Authority Links by Neil Patel for more details.
If viral advertising, social media, and apps are foreign concepts to you, it might be a good idea to freshen your familiarity with the trends that are happening in the world around you. It is easy to fall into the trap of doing business as you always have, but in today’s global business climate the best way for your business to stay competitive is to utilize the hottest trends to make them work for you and keep your business up to date. There are a wide variety of trends that may or may not be right for your business, but this article from smallbiztrends.com offers four trends that your business should be taking advantage of right NOW.
The article covers going mobile, social deal sites, subscription services, and incorporating seniors into your marketing and staff. This is just the tip of the iceberg. There are a great deal of trends that are becoming so widespread that they are no longer talked about as trends, but as just another reality of the business world. By keeping up to date on the ways that you can increase your business and have it expand to fill the needs and wants of both your consumers and yourself, you are doing your best to stay competitive.
When I first created my Facebook account, the only purpose I had to be on Facebook was for business reasons. Well, according to my way of thinking, but my probably was I had several different businesses. I did not want to have to create a separate account for each one of my businesses so I delved into the barrage of Facebook tips. The one I picked is the one I promote… have a personal account and create a business page. On some of my business pages, I also grant other accounts administrative rights so that they can post updates as the page as well. Works very well and they way it should work.
Should you have an account that is under your business name? No, and here is why:
There may be those who disagree with me, but this is the way I do it and what I recommend to others about how to do it.
If you have every got stumped on coming up with a color scheme for a website, try the Color Hunter website at http://www.colorhunter.com/.
With this website, you can upload an image, and the site will generate an odd number of colors (five) that can be used as the color palette for your web design and layout.
This is a great site too to give to clients to help them determine what they are looking for with the design. We sometimes save these swatches and e-mail them to the client as well.
This site has been added to our Utilities and resources page too. GREAT TOOL!
We will have more information on this at a later date (as to why you want to add this to your site if you have social networking links), but for now, we would like to just provide the page that will help you setup your Google +1 button.
Once you add this to your site, your visitors can then click on the Google +1 icon to share the information within Google + (and within the search results for your page).
Again, as mentioned before, we will have more information on this later.
This is one of the most comprehensive resources for planning a web page that we have ever seen. Just about every facet of planning website is covered from beginning to end. It is an invaluable resource for those looking to get a website started or for those that have been unhappy with their current site, looking to start fresh. We cannot recommend this article strongly enough.