Topic: Facebook

What Will SEO Look Like in 2018? 1 Year Follow Up

What Will SEO Look Like in 5 Years? 1 Year Later Follow Up

Published May 8, 2014 by Brad Knutson

5 Marketers Reflect On Their 5 Year Predictions 1 Year Later One year ago today I asked the question “What Will SEO Look Like 5 Years From Now?” to a handful of industry experts. Each marketer comes from a slightly different background, and each of them had a unique answer. There were some common themes […]

Introducing: Share Tally

Introducing: Share Tally

Published September 12, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Have you ever wondered how many times your blog post was Tweeted? What about how many times your landing page has been Pinned? How about how many times your product page has been liked or shared on Facebook? Of course, share buttons often have counters, so if you have those on your pages you can […]

The Social Media Marketer’s Guide to Efficiency

A Social Media Marketer's Guide to Efficiency

Published August 29, 2013 by Brad Knutson

The prospect of “doing social media” for a living is one that has always interested me. I spend so much time on social media already, I might as well get paid for it! The trouble is finding a job where someone will actually pay you to Tweet and post things on Facebook all day. The […]

How To Embed Facebook Posts

How to Embed Facebook Posts

Published August 21, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Earlier today, Facebook announced that it had rolled out the ability to embed posts to all users. It’s actually a little misleading, because by “Facebook Posts” what I, and Facebook, really means is “Facebook Page Posts.” You aren’t currently able to share your personal posts, status updates, and so on – but if you manage […]

Graph Search Optimization

Graph Search Optimization

Published August 7, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Earlier today, Facebook officially rolled out graph search for everyone in US English. The news was widely circulated amongst social media and marketing circles, but it seems to have been brushed off by regular folks, and chalked up as just another minor Facebook update. Just another Facebook update? Social search is something that inherently makes […]

How To Increase Facebook Page Likes

Increase Facebook Likes

Published July 22, 2013 by Brad Knutson

There is no denying it. Facebook is the most popular social media platform. It probably won’t always be this way, but as of right now (and the better half of the last decade) Facebook provides the largest audience and platform to market your goods or services. If you own a small business and your not […]

How To Claim Your Facebook Place Page

Claim Your Facebook Place Page

Published June 25, 2013 by Brad Knutson

For small businesses, setting up local profiles is an essential marketing activity, and can lead to some great returns. When considering local search listings, you’ll first want to consider where your users spend most of their time, and where they will be most likely to look for your product. Facebook should always be at the […]

Meta Tags Everyone Should Use

Meta Tags

Published May 21, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Everyone has seen meta tags in use, whether they realize it or not. Meta tags are all around us, and they make the web more easily consumable for search engines, bots and programs. Google uses meta descriptions when it produces it’s search results (although they have the liberty to change them to better fit the […]

Facebook’s Graph Search: Impact on SEO

Facebook Graph Search

Published March 26, 2013 by Brad Knutson

In January, Facebook introduced it’s newest innovation, Graph Search. Facebook offered beta looks for users who opt in, which I chose to take advantage of. You can opt in too by going to this link: On the most basic level, Graph Search is a social search engine. Facebook describes it as: Find more of […]

Startup SEO Checklist

Startup SEO Checklist

Published March 25, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Small businesses and startups often look to the web as a source of quick growth. Anyone who has started a business from scratch knows the challenges and difficulties that go along with this, and growing a following and customer base online may be more challenging than it sounds. If you would prefer a PDF to […]

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