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How to Write a Kick Ass Press Release

Guest Post by Claire Thompson, Waves PR SEO-driven releases may be more likely to land up in a content aggregation site than they are ever to land up in a journalist’s in box, but they will be read by people as well as search engines, and in an ideal world will make people want to (read more)

Small Business Tips: Why Use a VA?

Guest Post: Tamara Baranova If you are in the exciting position of running your own small business you probably wish you had more than 24 hours in a day to do all the work that comes with it. Being a small business owner requires mucking in and turning your hand to many tasks that might (read more)


Technorati is a blog directory. Technorati also use a proprietary blog ranking system, which is useful for helping you to find useful blogs in your marketing sector. Why is this useful? Other than the benefits of learning and reading, you can also use a list of blogs in your sector as a target list for (read more)

Comments on my Blog: When is it Spam?

You have your business blog and you’re getting your groove on. Excellent! As you begin to generate a bit of a following and you’re seeing “community signs” such as increased repeat visitor numbers, higher page to visit ratios and also comments on your blog; you may notice the ubiquitos spam. Some spam is so obvious, (read more)

London Affiliate Conference – Keynote: Bing, The New Search Experience

Speakers: Cedric Chambaz and Adam Goodman – Microsoft Advertising. Confession. I bleed purple. I have an emotional as well as professional motive for attending this session. I’m also becomming a big Bing fan of late and I’m pretty excited to see what they come up with this year. 2009 – Bing has established itself as (read more)

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