Fresh Business Info – Thursday, February 28, 2013

50+ Essential Google Panda Resources

This month marks the two year anniversary of the rollout of Google’s Panda update. Several iterations of Panda refresh updates have been announced during this time, and you’d probably agree that it’s a bit hard to keep up-to-date on the latest and greatest.

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Don’t Buy Link Rich Advertorials (Unless You’re Google)

I understand Google’s desire to have a clean editorial signal & not wanting people to manipulate the web graph.

But Google once again isn’t following the best practices they dish out for others.

Both of the following are not one-off articles, but are part of a “series” of advertorials for various Google products with direct followed links to AdWords, Google Analytics, Chromebook, & Hangouts.

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Asana for Android Keeps You Up to Date on Your Projects on the Go

Android: Project management and to-do organizer Asana is great for people with multiple projects or who work with others on their to-dos at home or at work. Now the service has unveiled its official Android app that gives you total control over your projects and to-dos, right from your smartphone.

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The Basics: 3 Important Tips for Creating Killer Mobile Apps

With thousands of apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play — not to mention Windows and BlackBerry’s growing app stores — entrepreneurs and developers have a lot to consider when creating new apps they hope to get accepted into the marketplaces. What’s going to set yours apart from all the others and ensure a smooth submission process?

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7 Usability Mistakes That Will Kill Your Online Sales

Right now, on your site, 7 deadly usability mistakes could be hacking and slashing away at your sales… And you probably don’t even know they are there.

Fortunately, there is a lot of research in the UX (user experience) and eye-tracking space, and today you’re going to get these insightful studies served up in laymen’s terms, allowing you to incorporate their findings into your site’s design and interface.

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Entrepreneurship: Three Things I’ve Learned

There are countless things that I’ve learned about business during the past decade or so, things that have been learned working for other companies and things that have been learned building my own. Being the owner of a company where I also have a full time job means that you learn some very interesting things about people who play on one side of the fence or another.

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The Top 6 Reasons You’re Failing at Content Marketing

As content marketing continues to become increasingly popular, more and more Internet Marketing companies and In-house teams will be attempting to execute successful campaigns.

Unfortunately, if done incorrectly, these campaigns can easily fall flat. What follows is a guide to common errors and pitfalls that beginner content marketers should make themselves aware of.

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Why do rich people keep working?

This is a question I ask them, point blank on a weekly basis. In my role as an Industry Analyst, I meet with startup entrepreneurs who pitch me on their business so I can understand how they fit into our research publications.

Usually, they present a slide on the leadership team’s background to demonstrate experience and capability. More often than not, the CEO and founding team are serial entrepreneurs, they’ve done it over and over and over again.

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5 Strategies for Better ‘Link Building’ and Improving Your SEO


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