Content marketing is on the minds (or it should be) of many people, especially marketers. In a recent study that was conducted by the Business Management Association, the Forrester Research and Online Marketing Institute, there were some fascinating results, revealing that many marketers are stru
Content marketing has become a standard in internet marketing, but there are a lot of small businesses not utilizing it in their marketing strategies. There might be reasons for this, but the benefits outweigh any detriments that small business owners might believe to be in their way. Watch today
Weekly HubFeed: 4/25/2014 Your source for the biggest news in internet marketing this week. We cover Noah Kagan's blog post on why content goes viral and the insights from his analysis with BuzzSumo, Bing's latest marketing strategy that predicts winners and losers of reality television shows, and
We've been talking about white label SEO for a long time now, but with the state of SEO always being in flux, it warrants another look at what people should look for when looking at different search engine optimization methodologies. The past year has brought lots of changes to the Google algorithm
The internet is a wild and crazy place where we can access all sorts of information for free. In an era of free social media platforms, there is -- in fact -- an expectation that stuff is free on the web. Newspapers all over the country have angered lots of people by limiting access or even requir
Koozai, a digital marketing agency, released a blog post a couple of weeks ago about an experiment they conducted with their own website. They deleted 900 of their old blog posts, based on a few characteristics, including if the posts had any backlinks and how much traffic they were getting. They sa
Weekly HubFeed: 2/7/2014 Your source for the biggest news in internet marketing this week. We cover Yahoo's alleged venture back into search, Google's search results page enhancements for video content, and more all in just a couple of minutes!
The internet marketing community is trying to find the answer to guest blogging, a practice that Matt Cutts deemed inappropriate for link building, which people took advantage of to get them higher in the search rankings. In abusing the algorithm, lesser quality content began appearing and flooding