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Social Media Jargon & Strategy Babble, a lot like Psycho Babble with a Geeky Twist

Published on October 24, 2010 By Bill Grunau

Social media babble has been bugging me for a while now.  Suddenly everyone is a expert in social media and what I find really amusing is that the same babble is being repeated over and over again like it is somehow a mind blowing revelation!  I feel like I am stuck in a Scott Adams Dilbert [...]

Twitter Grader, a fun Tool to See How You Rank and Rate

Published on September 29, 2010 By Bill Grunau

Have you ever wondered how you rank and rate on Twitter?  Well maybe not, but admit it, now you’re curious. The guys at Hubspot, probably Darmesh, came up with Twitter Grader and it is a very cool tool to see how you rank and where you stand in the Twitterverse.  A sample of mine is [...]

Whats Important: Being Helpful – SMO Online and Offline

Published on September 26, 2010 By geilt

An important trait in any situation that has to do with dealing with other people and attracting the world to you is being helpful. This doesn’t just mean I over performed at my job where I get payed X, it means to generally be helpful to those around you. You possess skills and knowledge that many around you don’t. [...]

The SEO & SMO Benefits of Blogging without Blogging

Published on September 20, 2010 By Bill Grunau

How do you get the SEO and SMO benefits of blogging (getting found and noticed) without writting a Blog?  Easy.  Post comments on other peoples Blogs!  In fact, I see a lot of reasons why posting comments can be more effective than writing your own blog for many people?  Here’s why…

What the heck is Self SEO and SMO and Why Do I Care?

Published on September 16, 2010 By Bill Grunau

A common belief or line of thinking is that  SEO is only for big brands and corporate websites competing in the ranking arms race on the search engines, vying for who is listed on the first page and who gets top honors for being #1.  That may have been true a few years ago, but [...]