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Ranking Social Media Content For The Long Tail

by Ryan Clark on 10:30 am July 27, 2011

Social media is, of course, all the rage these days and it plays an important role in marketing. I’ve stated the obvious but that’s not what this post is about. I’m going to touch on a marketing strategy a number of agents don’t seem to take advantage of. I am, however, very sorry for potentially causing a larger work load in your life! There are all sorts of social media networks, apps and tools out there that have a great deal of ranking clout. This … Read More »

How To Increase Traffic to Your Website…Google Instantly!

by Justin Britt on 6:14 pm October 7, 2010

Will Google Instant Change The Longtail As We Know It? Recently, I was on Maui (I know…I live a tough life) helping top Wailea real estate agent, Dano Sayles, get up to speed with Hawaii Life’s back end tools. While I was there, I had the pleasure of meeting Dano’s web developer, Brad Carroll, CEO of Dakno Marketing. After a long day of  work—then drinks and sushi at some of South Maui’s local hot spots—Brad and I retired to our townhouse at Hoolei. We stayed … Read More »

Start Asking Questions (Long-Tail Keyword Optimization)

by Justin Bartlett on 1:44 am August 3, 2010

Long-tail optimization is the process by which webmasters look for easy to rank for keywords that will send traffic. Usually “long-tail” keywords are multiple words that a googler may search for that have relatively little to no competition from other websites.  A good example of a long tail keyword might be “zillow mortgage marketplace help” or something of that nature. The idea behind long tail optimization is very simple – if you’ve got a relatively high ranking website, simply writing a new post or new … Read More »

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