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DoFollow -vs- NoFollow links: What should review bloggers do?

Update on July 2, 2012: Why do so many small business owners dislike reviews and giveaways now? UPDATE: After writing this opinion piece I put up another article encouraging business owners to ask bloggers what they are getting when they have a review done. That post sparked many comments (anger from both sides). I was […]

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SEO tips for business owners: Part 2

Before reading the information below, please click over to SEO tips for business owners: Part 1 Now… read on! Take Aim – At Your Users, Not the Search Engines With your newly discovered low-competition keywords now in mind, it is time to get to work on your website. For our two example key phrases, “toddler […]

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SEO tips for business owners – Part 1

Leah, owner of Charlotte Works the Web has kindly agreed to guest post for us. She has created an extensive 3-part SEO series for those who want to learn more about do-it-yourself SEO. Part 1 is below. Get started now! Frustrated with the lackluster traffic your website is getting? Ready to try your hand at […]

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A year in guest blogging: are you writing guest articles yet? Consider it!

Here at Mommy Perks, through our main blog, I often write about the value of guest blogging or posting. Even when the guest articles are not compensated for financially, the exposure can be great. If your Bio is included with back links, that’s beneficial to your SEO and Branding. 2011 was a year of guest […]

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November 16, 2011

Do you credit your sources when blogging?

Long ago I ran across a blog post that talked about this topic. Sorry – I cannot recall the post! What stuck with me was the statement that giving credit to your source is a sign of security. Those who give credit are secure enough to share the spotlight with someone else. I liked that […]

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How long does it take to get my social media groove on?

Lately, one of the #1 questions clients (and non clients) ask me is: How long is it going to take before my social media outlets are busy? No one is really talking to me on twitter, nobody answers my questions on facebook (fan page) and I’m ready to give up. Do you think I should […]

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