Already using Google for work? For multiple clients? For home? It’s a pain switching back and forth between accounts. Here’s how to set up bookmarks to take you directly to the different Google accounts, including Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Photos and Google+.
Social media is great ways to boost your profitability. Follow these etiquette tips for social media and keep your pages and profiles on the right track.
You’ve realized that content marketing is important and you’ve made an effort to get stuff out there. You’re seeing results, they’re just not what you expected and not really getting any better over time. Are you doing something wrong? It’s possible that you might be making some common mistakes that can easily be fixed. Here are four examples of common content marketing mistakes, and how to fix them.
As the end of the year rolls around, I have the tendency to smirk at those who profess their New Year’s Resolutions. While I applaud your efforts for thinking about what goal you want to accomplish, why wait until January 1st, or why not put off things until February 1st? I know, I’m not a lover of procrastination, but hear me out..
Managing a blog can be broken down into tasks that need to completed daily, monthly and 2-3 times a year. Once you understand the frequency of specific tasks you can compile a schedule with your Virtual Assistant that can then form part of their normal routine of work.
There has been a lot of buzz lately about Google Authorship. Should virtual assistants really care? Absolutely! For any VA who has a website, blogs for themselves, or blogs for clients, they should understand how to establish authorship for original content to earn higher page rankings in the search engines.
Throughout the course of the day, there is a tremendous amount of information that passes across my screen. I am eternally grateful that I get paid by clients to read and somehow, I have the feeling that they like that I can read fast. However, there are times when you’re sitting there thinking, “I should take the time to read this at my leisure,” or “I should really save that snippet of noggin knowledge. I know I’ll need that at a later date.” I find this happening more and more in Google+, where I spend a healthy majority of my social media time.
So “read it later” means staying in my office after hours to read? Pft! No!!
Can Google+ replace Facebook? Maybe, Maybe not. Ever since the launch of Google+, Facebook is asking this question with a little skepticism and Google is asking this tightly rubbing their fingernails. However our center of attraction here is how Google+ can affect in SEOs. Google, being the alpha-male when it comes to search engines, obviously … Continue reading Relevance of +1 in SEO