The B Line SEO Marketing team had the opportunity to attend the B2B Search Strategy Summit in San Francisco in June 2010. Ideas and new tools were shared during the conference on a range of topics from improving your social media and increasing branding to generating leads and boosting ROI. This year’s speakers shared some […]
Using Bit.ly to Track Click-Throughs, Competitors & More Bit.ly is an online service that allows you to take a long URL: http://www.example.com/blog/page/category/year/month/day/article/id=123456 and shorten it to something like: http://bit.ly/BLine3. Which is very useful for a number of reasons. Rather than including a long, sort of vague URL, Bit.ly allows you to create a unique one […]
Good usability means the user is easily able to digest and understand the business, its services or products, its purpose and how to find relevant information. When all this is clear, it makes finding the value in doing business quicker and easier. As a result conversions and conversion rates go up, up, up! If your […]
Beginning today, Flickr users can begin to see bigger and bolder Flickr photo pages featuring prettier controls and more apparent options for learning more about each image. We’ve talked about image optimization in other posts and how image searches, being less competitive, can be a big traffic driver. We love the new and improved Flickr, […]
Brooke Spilberg wrote an article that was recently featured in Visibility Magazine, please read the excerpt below and click through for the full article on Web Marketing Tactics for Book Publishers. The publishing industry may be in the same position that the music industry is in if they don’t adapt and adapt quickly to the […]
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