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  1. Best guest posting sites: 1. Copyblogger 2. CMO 3. Social Media Examiner 4. Business Insider 5. Design Milk 6. Inc.com 7. Smashing Magazine 8. TechCrunch 9. MarketingProfs 10. PandaDoc
  2. Image analysis or imagery analysis is the extraction of meaningful information from images; mainly from digital images by means of digital image processing techniques. Image analysis tasks can be as simple as reading bar coded tags or as sophisticated as identifying a person from their face.
  3. Best social media analytics tools: 1. Sprout Social 2. HubSpot 3. TapInfluence 4. BuzzSumo 5. Snaplytics 6. Curalate 7. Keyhole 8. Google Analytics 9. ShortStack 10. SHIELDApp
  4. “Social media analytics (SMA) refers to the approach of collecting data from social media sites and blogs and evaluating that data to make business decisions. This process goes beyond the usual monitoring or a basic analysis of retweets or ‘likes’ to develop an in-depth idea of the social consumer.”
  5. Steps of Social Media Marketing: 1) Generate A Plan To Choose right Social Media Channel 2) Keep On Delivering Content Frequently 3) Switch Up The Formats Of The Content 4) Analyze The Previous Content To Make Your Post Better 5) Optimize the Visual Content With The Links 6) Use Social Media to Get a Large Number Of Relevant Audiences 7) Fill Your Social Media Profile with Engaging Images
  6. Meaningful ways to get more Twitter followers: 1. Tweet frequently 2. Post visual content 3. Utilize hashtags 4. Become part of a Twitter community 5. Engage with replies, Retweets and tags 6. Publish (and comment on) Twitter threads 7. Create an inviting profile 8. Participate in Twitter chats 9. Draw in followers outside of Twitter 10. Optimize your post timing
  7. An SEO article is a piece of written content like a blog post that is featured on your website as a page with a unique URL. An SEO article educates, informs and/or entertains your target audience with expertise and quality. An SEO article is also optimized for search engines so that it has a better chance of getting on Page 1 of the search results.
  8. WooRank is an advanced SEO auditing tool that analyzes tons of on and off-page SEO element as well as technical SEO factors to give you an instant SEO score. If that wasn't enough it also produces a handy, printable marketing checklist that you can work through to resolve any issues.
  9. Tools to Discover Market Trends: 1. Semrush Market Explorer (.Trends) 2. Semrush Traffic Analytics (.Trends) 3. Google Trends 4. YouTube Trending Topics 5. Google Trends for YouTube 6. Pinterest Trends 7. Instagram Trends 8. Twitter Trending Topics
  10. Benefits of Email Newsletters: 1. Generate Leads 2. Teach about Your Brand 3. Build Long-term Relationships 4. Save Money and Raise ROI 5. Meet the Expectations of Modern Consumers 6. Hire a Professional Newsletter Writer 7. Raise Sales through Discounts and Special Offers 8. Receive Direct Reader Feedback 9. Announce Products and Services Exclusively 10. Automation Makes It Easy 11. Assist with Branding Strategy 12. Email Data Provides Audience Insights
  11. An e-newsletter is an email that is sent to your subscribers regularly to keep them informed about the latest news and updates about your product or brand. Depending on the kind of content you have to share and the frequency in which subscribers expect your newsletters, you can send them on a weekly or monthly basis. An email newsletter is a neatly put together piece of content that's created to engage your subscribers and update them with new information. Personalize your newsletters to your subscribers’ behaviour, and boost the chance of success.
  12. What is Google Dart?
  13. Web Technology refers to the various tools and techniques that are utilized in the process of communication between different types of devices over the internet. A web browser is used to access web pages. Web browsers can be defined as programs that display text, data, pictures, animation, and video on the Internet. Hyperlinked resources on the World Wide Web can be accessed using software interfaces provided by Web browsers.
  14. Does Domain Age Affect SEO ?
  15. Types of Affiliate Marketers: 1. Webmaster Affiliates 2. Search Marketing Affiliates 3. Social Media Affiliates 4. Blogger Affiliates 5. Coupons Site Affiliates 6. Review Site Affiliates 7. Loyalty Portals 8. Incentivized Traffic Affiliates 9. Email Marketing Affiliates 10. Large Web Properties 11. Company Partnership Affiliates 12. Traditional Media Affiliates 13. Pay-Per-Call 14. Mobile Affiliates 15. Conversion and Technology Affiliates
  16. An iframe, short for inline frame, is an HTML element that contains another HTML document within it. The iframe element is specified with the iframe tag. It may be placed anywhere in an HTML document, and thus anywhere on a web page. Iframes are most often used to embed specific content from one web page — like a video, form, document, or even a full web page — within a different web page.
  17. The no-follow attribute is a tag that bloggers, webmasters and Web publishers can add to individual links to tell search engines not to count the link as a vote. Without this tag, all links are “do-follow” links. Search engines will consider the pages they link to as trusted, high quality sites that obtained the link without compensation. No-follow is added to the rel attribute in the HTML code. It is usually intended for external links, but it is recommended to give it to internal links that don’t include relevant keywords (e.g. “buy now”, “click here”). This attribute instructs crawlers not to follow the link and in effect, such a link will not contribute to rankings in the search results. Owing to the no-follow attribute, the link doesn’t pass SEO value to another website.
  18. Mailchimp is a marketing automation platform designed and developed for businesses using email to reach out to their target markets. It is an all-in-one tool where you can manage your mailing lists, create custom email templates, and nurture and automate your entire marketing campaigns. Enterprises looking to leverage email marketing need a tool, such as Mailchimp, to run their campaigns like a well-oiled machine.
  19. Types of blogger outreach 1. Sponsored posts 2. Product reviews 3. Product features 4. Giveaways
  20. Blogger outreach is the process of strategically communicating and building relationships with industry influencers and publishers to achieve a specific goal, including: Content marketing and SEO :landing guest posting opportunities, promoting new content, and earning new backlinks.
  21. Screaming Frog SEO Spider Tool is a crawler with many useful functionalities. Its job is to scan websites so that, later on, it’s easier to analyze its structure and the elements influencing SEO within. The tool helps to detect abnormalities such as incorrect meta tags, duplicated content, and headings, 404 errors, wring redirections, and much more.
  22. An oligopoly is a market structure that involves a small group of large companies that have all or almost all sales in the industry and often collude to reduce competition. The level of competition among firms within this market system is lower while companies have monopoly power and obtain higher revenue.
  23. Google OneBox is a type of search result that provides information directly on the search engine results page (SERPs) without you having to click through to a website, or links to other searches on alternative Google search engines, like Google Images or Google News. An example of a Google OneBox is when you see the time directly at the top of a search results page when searching for the time in another country, or when the Google image results are shown in the search results when performing a search from Google’s homepage.
  24. The Digital Marketing funnel is a strategic model that represents the entire buying journey of the personas, from the moment they know your brand until the time they become customers. This concept is widely used among salespeople but has also become a fundamental resource for the success of marketing actions. There are numerous approaches to the funnel concept, but the model we will present in this article is divided into six stages: 1. exposure 2. discovery 3. consideration 4. conversion 5. customer relationship 6. retention
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