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Google Declares an End to Guest Blogging for SEO

Google Declares an End to Guest Blogging for SEO

If you enjoyed being a guest blogger to boost your SEO, forget about it; the party appears to be over.

Google decided that too many people were guest blogging to gain links and boost their SEO, and the quality of these blogs has deteriorated to the point of becoming spam. Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s Webspam team, announced that guest blogging exclusively for its SEO benefits must end.

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9 Ways to Improve Your Facebook Page for SEO

Facebook is known as a great tool for the branding of your products or services. Here are 9 ways to improve your Facebook Page for SEO that could have a positive impact on your brand awareness.

1 – Keywords in your URL (Facebook username)

Once you’ve got 25 fans you can apply for your username (also called a Facebook vanity URL). So if the URL for your Facebook page is currently something dreadful like www.facebook.com/your-page-name-12789645$%^ then you need to register your username quick smart. Quite often what’s best for SEO isn’t what’s best for people (ie: your customers).

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How The New Facebook Search Is Different & Unique From Google Search

How The New Facebook Search Is Different & Unique From Google Search

With a typical Google search, the objects we search for are Web pages, with the connections (or graph) that help determine the pages that rise to the top primarily being links from across the Web. Links, simple form, are like votes, helping Google decide which are the most popular pages to show for a particular topic.

With Facebook Graph Search, the objects we search for aren’t Web pages but instead virtual representations of real world objects: people, places, and things. The connections are primarily Facebook Likes. Did such-and-such a person like a particular photo? A particular doctor? A particular restaurant? Those likes are the ties that bind the information in Facebook together.

If you want your Facebook fan page to be more visible then you need to:

a. more connected to other pages and groups through Likes
b. received more comments on your postings (called engagement in fb vocab)
c. have more of your keywords used in your postings, and the comments you post to others’ posts.

You may also like this article that is about how to make your facebook page more SEO friendly.

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How to Help Students Plan For a Long-Term Career?

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As parents, guiding our teenagers and students towards a part-time job can be a pretty easy task.  Usually it’s just a matter of calling up a friend that owns a local deli or shop, or even bringing home a couple of applications from local restaurants.  But helping our kids plan for a long-term career can be a rather intimidating task; after all, it’s only their lives that we’re talking about here.  So how exactly can parents make sure that they’re guiding their kids in the right direction?

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Protecting Your Social Security Number: A Guide for Teens

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Your Social Security Number, or SSN for short, is a nine-digit number that is issued to all United States citizens by the Social Security Administration.  When your SSN is protected and kept private, it can provide you with a wealth of government benefits in the future, namely a supplement to your retirement.  But when your SSN is compromised, stolen, or misused, it can cause mountains of trouble that can leave your credit ruined and your life in a mess.

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Childcare Jobs

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Childcare Jobs for Teens and Students

You may think that working with children is all fun and games, but today’s childcare sector has changed tremendously since Mary Poppins was in business.  Babysitting in the 21st century involves so much more than simply watching over children; potential babysitters are often required by parents to undergo a thorough interview process while verifying your credentials just to get your foot in the door.  Even after all that, if you can’t keep your composure when handling a few screaming kids, then you’ll be out of a job before you even get started.

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How to boost My Online Sale on Shopify? (Part 1-5)

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This free video course offers 20 video modules showing you how to make your first sale on Shopify using Facebook Ads. Covering everything from brand differentiation to pixel placement to campaign optimization, this course is designed to show you how easy it is to start and scale your business with Shopify.

Part 1: What to Expect

 

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Gas Station Attendant Jobs

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Gas Station Attendant Jobs

Few jobs allow you to work outside while checking out cars all day; gigs like that are usually reserved for valet parkers.  But working as a gas station attendant can afford you some of the same benefits, and more.  If you like non-stop business and can provide top-notch customer service, then maybe you should think about going down to your local service station to see if they need a helping hand.

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Generation Z and Millennials: A Parental Guide to Understanding Your Teen

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Today’s teenagers and young adults have more to deal with than their older counterparts may realize.  While baby boomers and members of Generation X had fewer luxuries and conveniences growing up than current generations, both Millenials and Generation Z face a unique set of circumstances that are defining the types of teenagers and young adults that they are today.  It’s important for us to understand our teens and what they’re going through so that we can offer our very best encouragement and support for them during their most formative years.

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Parental Tips for Parents With Gifted Kids

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Raising a gifted child or children can present parents with a unique set of challenges that may leave them feeling overwhelmed or hopeless.  We all want the best for our children, and recognizing that gifted children have special needs early on will help parents be more effective and empathetic to what their gifted youngsters are going through.

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