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3 Keys to Finding the Right Keywords in 2015

February 02, 2015 by The Whole Brain Group
Found in: Google, Internet Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, syndication

Three Keys to KeywordsIn 2013 a seismic shift hit the world of SEO, and search experts are still trying to figure out what they think about it. Google’s Hummingbird changed some major rules about how its search algorithms work, and many businesses still don’t know how to update their SEO strategies to fit the new rules.

Sensible Social Media Checklist for Business v3.0 [INFOGRAPHIC]

December 22, 2014 by Jackie Ranoni
Found in: Content Marketing, Whole Brain Blog, Pinterest, Google, Internet Marketing, Infographics, Social Media, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, syndication

Our previous infographic, The Sensible Social Media Marketing Checklist for Businesses v2.0, was such a huge hit that we expanded and updated it to include more social media channels and a smarter strategy! Version 3.0 includes SlideShare and best practices for targeting the right audience.

The Haiku Guide to Inbound Marketing

October 15, 2013 by The Whole Brain Group
Found in: Inbound Marketing, Internet Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Branding and Identity, Competitor Analysis, Social Media, Digital Marketing, The Whole Brain Group

Inbound HaikuLanding pages, social media, blogging, calls-to-action, content -- there’s a lot to remember when assembling your marketing strategy. Ever wish you had a fast list of tips? Well, we’re here to help.

Get The Most Out Of Your New Twitter Profile

September 20, 2012 by The Whole Brain Group
Found in: Whole Brain Blog, Web Design, Internet Marketing, Branding and Identity, Social Media, Twitter

New Twitter ProfileEarlier this week Twitter launched a new profile page design in an apparent  effort to stay abreast of the current visual trend. Following the lead set by fellow social media giants Facebook and Google+, Twitter is turning its focus to images. Both Facebook and Google+ recently rolled out new profile designs featuring cover photos as the primary visual component of the page. The new Twitter profile similarly features a prominent header photo centered over the tweet stream at the top of the page.

Tips For Creating and Hosting Tweet Chats For Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

September 12, 2012 by The Whole Brain Group
Found in: Whole Brain Blog, Internet Marketing, Infographics, Social Media, Twitter

A Tweet Chat is a public Twitter conversation on a specific day/time about a specific topic using a unique hashtag. Hosting a Tweet Chat shows thought leadership in your industry, can drive traffic to your website, promote your overall marketing message, and help you engage directly with your customer base. Follow our tips to create one for your business.