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How to Set Up Google Search Console

In this article I’ll show you how to setup Google Search Console There are few things more important to your website than proper SEO. Whether making sure your pages have the correct amount of characters for their metadata descriptions, having your most recent changes indexed in search engines, or even just knowing if you have any broken links or 404 pages, there are a lot of factors under the hood …Read More

Popular February Hashtags For Your Social Media Marketing Calendar

The following are a number of popular February hashtags. They had been put together to make the work of a social media manager easy to fill their social media calendar for your business or your clients. February is a month filled with many reds and love. Moreover, it is good leverage for building and promoting brands by social media managers. Here is a list of Hashtags you may use. February …Read More

How to Remove FBCLID from Google Analytics

Have you noticed ?fbclid in your Google Analytics reports recently? Does it look like this?   Here’s how you can remove fbclid from your Google Analytics to get your Google Analytics reports looking nice an clean again. What is FBCLID? FBCLID is a parameter that Facebook placed on outbound links shared on Facebook. Basicially, if your website has been shared on Facebook by you or someone else you can track this acitivity …Read More

Popular January Hashtags For Your Social Media Marketing Calendar

The following are a number of popular January hashtags. They had been put together to make the work of a social media manager easy to fill their social media calendar for your business or your clients. January 1 Hashtags: NEW YEAR’S DAY This is the most recognized holiday all over the world. Moreover, it marks the beginning of a new Gregorian calendar year. #NewYearsDay January 2 Hashtags: NATIONAL SCIENCE FICTION …Read More

Google Analytics for Beginners

Do you have a website or a blog? Chances are pretty good that you do. Have you ever wondered how many visitors stop by to visit to your site? Where they come from? What pages or posts they’re reading while they’re there? Or even worse, what they’re NOT reading? If you answered “YES!” to any of these questions, then this post is for you. Welcome to my Beginner’s Guide to Google …Read More

How to Post a Job on Facebook

 Sheldon Payne here from Newfound Marketing with another useful weekly tip – posting a job on your Facebook page. If you want to learn how to post your jobs, a feature that will bridge the gap between jobs and prospective applicants, I am going to quickly guide you through the process. First, go to your home page, or to your Facebook page and look at the left side of …Read More

SEO vs SEM: Which is Better for Your Business?

One of the most incredibly powerful marketing tools on the internet is “search”. Every day millions and millions of searches happen on Google. I bet you got to this article through a Google search didn’t you? The chances are that if you are a local or online business, people will also be searching for your business too. Research on daily online search was conducted on a global scale in 2017. …Read More

How To Choose Your Website Domain Name

You’ve thought long and hard to create your business or blog name. Now you need a domain name. Maybe, you’re starting a new company, a new brand, a new blog or have an existing brand you’re trying to take online? Either way, you’re going to need a website. These tips will keep you on how to choose the best website domain name for your business. There are a few things that …Read More

The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Twitter

The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Twitter Where is Twitter? What’s a Hashtag? Who is a ReTweet? Why are all those symbols being used? How do I do this? Learning how to use Twitter can seem a bit like learning a new language, but when it’s such a valuable tool for your business, it’s important to get it right. Let’s get started on how to use Twitter for your brand. First …Read More

5 Digital Marketing Trends for 2018

2018 is just a few weeks away! And while you’re preparing for the holidays and spending time with your family, it doesn’t hurt to reflect on 2017 and all the good (and bad!) things it brought with it. As we move closer to 2018, ask yourself: did you meet your marketing goals? What changes do you hope to implement in the New Year? Looking ahead, here are five trends that …Read More