Updating your legal social media accounts including LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook can be time consuming.
Yet if you have a blog and RSS Feed, you can easily update your Twitter, LinkedIN and Facebook accounts with your blog posts automatically!
TWITTERFEED FOR LAWYERS
Twitterfeed is what makes it all possible and its very easy to setup and Free! You just enter your legal Blogs RSS Feed and then connect it to your different accounts and thats it, its now on auto pilot and every time ...Continue Reading →
Microsoft has started to roll out a new, simpler look for the Bing SERP. It looks very much like the “old Google.” It’s more spartan than the previous Bing UI — or “clean” if you prefer. As Google has added more graphics, icons and features to its SERPs some have complained that the pages are starting to look cluttered or bloated.
The Bing blog says that the intent behind the new SERP is ...Continue Reading →
This past week there has been a lot of talk about Google’s “Penguin Update.” Google’s latest search algorithm update targets people using forms of negative SEO, particularly people who use webspam or go against Google’s quality guidelines.
According to SEO legend Danny Sullivan, webspam or search spam is defined as “Pages that try to gain better rankings through things like: keyword stuffing, link schemes, cloaking, and purposeful duplicate content.” You can ...Continue Reading →
Search Engine Marketing (SEM) vs. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Search engine marketing, (SEM), is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs) through the use of paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.
Search engine optimization (SEO) “optimizes” website content to achieve a higher ranking in search results, for example, by incorporating specific keywords or links associated with the ...Continue Reading →