Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Small businesses are missing great opportunities for Web traffic

Corporate Web site is updated more than once a week? It is integrated with social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter?

These may seem like a rather fundamental matters, the obvious here, but the number of small businesses do not zaskakującym often update their sites or utilizing social media, as could be. Cost? Lots of traffic.

Four of the fifty percent of small businesses to update their sites, less than, less than once a month, according to an analysis of the use of SMB Web site, issued by SiteKreator site creation tool, drag and drop for companies.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

LinkedIn is releasing a video series for small business

Professional social networking site LinkedIn has published videos introducing the retro small enterprises to the site and has to offer for business users.

LinkedIn on a timeless Guide to small business success is edited with simulated vibe TV commercial of the 1980s, together with the Rainbow, early 1980s computer graphics and old school Apple II computer desktop style.

A series of films, which has been produced by the video editor in the upright citizens Brigade Rob Getzchman, was done in the style of the humorous, glass, because, as explained in the blog post, "the average office worker only view screenshot tutorial for a few seconds before the start of spontaneous narkolepsji." The series is sponsored by FedEx.

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Monday, April 11, 2011

70% of local companies to use Facebook for marketing

With little time and money to local small businesses are increasingly turning to free and low-cost social media tools for marketing. No wonder the world's largest social networking site tops the list of preferred tools.

Seventy percent of local companies using Facebook for marketing, according to a new report from the Merchant, the network of the U.S. local business owners. This represents an increase of 20% over the previous year.

The report concludes that for the first time, Facebook is used more than a Google local business online marketing.

Facebook also seems to be a benefit check location in space, with 32% of small businesses, saying: use of functions, compared with only 9%, which tried to Foursquare.

This new data is the same as the group buying site, ChompOn, disclosed its own data showing that Facebook updates are three times more effective than tweets about getting consumers to make purchases online.

Nearly 40% of the respondents to the survey to Merchant Circle said they used Twitter for marketing, marketing microblogging site, Facebook, and Google.

Increased use of social marketing for small enterprises should come as no surprise, given the very great acceptance of the popular social networks and low costs-often non-existent-for their use. Web marketing companies typically have also been New local companies about 51% of whom say that are called cold about marketing online services at least once a week.

Test Merchant Circle is based on random 8,456 small business owners in the United States.

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Google gives advice on handling the search rank penalties

Some recent stories in The New York Times highlighted the questionable SEO practices-"dirty little secrets," as it under the title of his recent expose. In response, the ReadWriteWeb by John Paul Titlow wrote last week, "Why you should avoid black hat SEO Link systems at all of us." And actually, they should be.

But what do I do if the site is marked as spam (fairly or not)? What, if anything, can you do if your Web site have been the situation by Google?

Google search engineer Matt Cutts has posted his advice in the YouTube video that addresses how you can waive the penalty in the case of Web sites.

Cutts explains the difference between manual and algorithmic Visual penalties. They were a response to the reports submitted to the Google-flagged as spam, porn sites or off topic. But that data is also used to help improve Google Engineers, in the form of classifiers for spam content and keyword stuffing the search algorithm.

Large if the site I flagged by the penalties for the algorithm, if you change your website (move illegal aspects) and the site the user will be recrawled. Your Rankings should improve.

Cutts manual describes the flag as "timeouts". Such penalties shall last for some time-length depending on the seriousness of the misconduct of the user-but ultimately, they expire and the site should be able to improve its ranking again.

You can file a reconsideration request, which should help accelerate the removal of manual penalties. But this will not help if this is the question of the need to make the necessary changes to your website.

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Saturday, April 9, 2011

Optimizing your website with Overstat

Web site checks is important, but too often it is simply not the case. The reason you can include the cost, Convenience, technical resources — a name. However, today, when you run the scenic wants to take away these excuses and testing of your website-and, of course, the optimization of your Web site-extremely simple.

Overstat has many competitors in the area of optimization of Y Combinator Alum Optimizely. But Overstat the presentation today at startup will look as if the simple installation (just some JavaScript) and identify problems both interface and upgrade.

Overstat uses a heat Map to determine when the users are (or key) to help you identify buttons and links may need to be addressed.

Judges start seemed to like Overstat, and few of them have chosen to run as one of its Favorites from the first round of presentations this morning. And one quipped that perhaps we can merge with YouEye.

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Friday, April 8, 2011

Collaborate in real time via the iPhone or desktop with Sazneo

Sazneo, Web applications, collaborate in real time, has launched a mobile friendly version for the iPhone, allowing team members to stay in touch while on the go.

Sazneo is a relatively new group chat app, which allows companies to break down the conversation on different channels, which may include team members, as well as persons outside the organization. Within each of the channels of IRC there is repository uploads, so team members can easily exchange documents, graphics and other files.

It offers very granular control of who see and participate in the flow of chat. The application also supports private email, instant messages. Conversation, which are no longer active, you can close and export to HTML for secure archiving.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

New target launch "Make document sexy" with Crowdsourced design

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