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In this screencast we’re talking about the advantages of using and ways to monitor Yahoo! Answers in order to increase the number of opportunities you have to deal with your customers. Kelvin also explains how to set up alerts and how to create automatic emails when you are mentioned.
Feed My Inbox
In this screencast, we’re talking about five Twitter tools that help you manage your feeds and update multiple networks, schedule tweets, advertise, and one that acts like a directory.
This screencast is relatively quick: Kelvin takes you through how to go about link building by encouraging the people who already mention you to link to you. We’re also talk about the way to find out who links to you so that you know who to contact.
So we’re here at the Brighton SEO event and Malcolm Coles, Director at Digital Sparkle has just taken the stage to talk about Karen Gillan’s underwear (better known as Doctor Who’s assistant Amy Pond). So this should be interesting…
Oh. Turns out it’s not so much about her underwear as how content creators can integrate SEO into their everyday workflow. We’re promised a look at how to embed SEO best practice with writers and what free tools are available to use…and naked celebs, hurrah!
In this screencast, we’re talking about five great free internet marketing tools. Kelvin takes you through BBPress, Dropbox, Jing, Facebook Advertising, and WebsiteGrader.
Link building can sometimes be a challenge, especially when you have to consider not only your strategy but also what your competitors are doing. In this screencast, Kelvin takes you through how visualising the data might help make things more clear. As this is one of the videos we originally recorded for the Premium podcast, this video might reference some content currently available only to those premium subscribers.
As more and more people publish content on a daily basis, you need to make your content stand out. One way to do this is by using images. Many people are hesitant to include content for a number of reasons, and in this screencast, we take you through a number of resources for easily finding images which will suit your content.
In this screencast, we talk about different way to use the really powerful tool Google Alerts. There are a lot of uses for Google Alerts, like monitoring when your site is mentioned, seeing if you’ve been hacked, seeing who links to you, see when new pages are being indexed and using it to automatically seed content to your Twitter feed.
In this screencast, we talk about three quick and easy ways you can get content indexed quicker by Google. Kelvin takes you through how to use Ping-O-Matic to ping multiple services and search engines with updates about your content; how to use Twitter to speed up the process by bringing focus to your site; and by pinging search engines, which is particularly useful if you have an XML sitemap.