Did You Know? There is a Simple Version of Wikipedia
FEBRUARY 17, 2016
I bet you didn’t know that there is a simple version of Wikipedia, the popular online encyclopedia. While we certainly are familiar with the more technical side of Wikipedia, if you replace the “en” in the Wikipedia URL of any entry with “simple”, you will get the “simple” version of that entry. And easier to read? Now you know.
7 Effective Call-to-Action Examples and Why They Work
JULY 4, 2013
Wikipedia defines a call-to-action this way: A call to action, or CTA, is a banner, button, or some type of graphic or text on a website meant to prompt a user to click it and continue down a conversion funnel. LinkedIn , for example, uses customer testimonials to show the importance of growing your professional network. More Call-to-Action Examples and Resources. social media.
33 (of the) Best Social Media Guides, Tips and Resoures of 2012 So Far
AUGUST 28, 2012
How to create and edit articles for Wikipedia by Web Ink Now. ** 5 STARS. Wikipedia is one of the most popular sites on the web, so getting exposure there is incredibly valuable. David Meerman Scott explains how to properly write for Wikipedia here. 101 Examples of Social Business ROI by Dachis Group. How do we demonstrate the ROI of social efforts? by MarketingProfs.
Real-Time News Curation - Types And Real-World Examples
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
Print this article Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 3: Types And Real-World Examples Whats more important? So this is by no means an attempt to rank or highlight the best out there, but only a dutiful report of what I have found during my investigation and I am very eager to discover more great examples to expand this collection. Types of Curation 1. magazine in 2006.
Top 6 Ideas for Incredible Viral Content for Social Media.
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
JANUARY 28, 2010
Some examples follow: What are Your Chances of Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse? Examples include: Instant Domain Search (with its AJAX glory) Website Monitoring Tests Think about it this way: MyBlogLog has a widget , statistics, and a community. Here is an example of each: As you can tell, both of those instructional videos work quite well. Viral content is what people look for.
Want to Friend Me on Facebook? Please Use My Public Page or.
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
JANUARY 12, 2010
Take my husband’s grandfather as an example. These examples above illustrate a typical usability question faced by Facebook users (well, except for Grandpa). Kirtsy Likaholix LinkedIn Mahalo Mento Mixx MyBlogLog MySpace Plurk Pownce Propeller Reddit SEOmoz Sphinn StumbleUpon Technorati Toluu Twitter Wikipedia Yahoo! You’re likely not alone. Facebook has its pros.
Kickstart Your Own Economy
SEPTEMBER 13, 2011
According to Wikipedia , the company has raised more than $75 million dollars for more than 10,000 projects since it got started. Kickstarter is a great example of The Long Tail at work. wikipedia. Can you test the market for a product without ever producing it? CW&T is a self-described, "teeny design studio in Brooklyn" that is basically a two-person operation - designers Che-Wei Wang and Taylor Levy. have a certain kinship with these two because we all love the Pilot Hi-Tec C pen, which unfortunately aren't readily available in North America. ballpoint pen.
Blog Topics: How to optimize content for topics versus keywords
JUNE 6, 2016
You’d write one piece of content about the topic ‘ticket prices in sports stadiums’ Have a look at articles on Wikipedia. For example, if I put in ‘blog topics’ I see keywords like: Blog ideas. ** Revised on 7th of June. Did you know that the average length of content in the top 10 search results is over 2,000 words? Why is that? Get it? Topic generator.
Why the Web is NOT the source of knowledge
SEPTEMBER 27, 2012
If you just take Wikipedia as an example - entries are constantly changing, facts are evolving, different views on one subject are linked to by an article. Social Media wikipedia social media social web conversational marketing google making us stupid sharing knowledge web internetThe Web has been great for sharing knowledge but therein lies a problem for me. Knowledge is not static, knowledge is not singular, knowledge is not permanent and that is why I feel social media has been an even greater contributor to knowledge. Let me explain this random thinking!
Why SEOs Need to Pay Attention to Freebase
OCTOBER 14, 2013
And Freebase, as well as Wikipedia and a host of other sources, make up the Knowledge Graph. Let’s take, for example, a search for my name, Bill Hartzer, over at Bing.com: Click on the image above to see a larger version of it. Among other things, it’s much easier (at least for now) to contribute to Freebase than it is to contribute to Wikipedia.
Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #202
MAY 3, 2014
But few parents take this to the extremes that Blair McMillan and Morgan Patey did, living in the eighties for a year (one other notable example is the BBC documentary Electric Dreams , where a family gets a year''s technology each day, taking them from 1970 to 2000 in a month). And it was my first true experience really using Wikipedia , which, despite its flaws, was an amazing tool for an independent researcher, writer, even back in 2003. And, I having received, I also gave: I wrote a good chunk of the Feathered Dinosaurs article, at Wikipedia. wikipedia. Me too."
7 Worst Mistakes That Are Eating Up Your Content Marketing Success
OCTOBER 19, 2015
Ignoring Your Customer’s Questions: Ask yourself what could your target audience want to know—not from About.com or Wikipedia—but from you and you only? For example, if your business provides auto-repair service to customers, you may write about the latest car event, which is fine. Despite that, few organizations have it really figured out when it comes to content marketing.
The Social Media Monitoring Lighthouse – A Guide on What and How to Monitor
MARCH 30, 2016
There’s no perfect solution for tracking all activity for a campaign but you can do it based on a combination of a number of factors, for example: Hashtag – Hashtags will not be used for all mentions and for all platforms but it’s a great way of isolating traffic. For example, imagine being able to catch some negative press before it reaches the masses! Sales Leads.
Augmented Reality for PR and Marketing Pros
SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
realized as we chatted, I spend a lot of time showing examples of this cool new trends when I speak, but I’ve never shared it with you. Augmented reality, according to Wikipedia, is: a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. Some Examples.
Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #166
AUGUST 24, 2013
love the contrast between anesthesia (fast) and antiseptic (slow) and it''s an example I will likely us often; I''m sure that someone as interested in how messages disseminate as you are will find it equally useful." There''s a Hole in My Bucket - Wikipedia. "In which Wikipedia wins the award for the most pedantic page on the Internet, for the week of August 24, 2013." wikipedia. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? " (Alistair for Hugh). Slow Ideas - The New Yorker.
Does Google Freshness Update Make Online Reputation Management More Difficult?
NOVEMBER 14, 2011
Unfortunately a recent example that illustrates this concept in action is Joe Paterno and the terrible events that allegedly took place at Penn State. While the #1 and #2 organic listings are still a general bio and a Wikipedia page, the news onebox at the top and all eight listings under the embedded image results are related to the scandal. How It Works. What You Can Do.
What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
In a used bookstore over the weekend I came across some old issues of Fact: magazine. I’m not familiar with Fact: but Wikipedia tells me it was published from 1964-1967 and edited by Ralph Ginzburg and Warren Boroson. David Halberstam’s book, The Powers That Be, is filled with examples of how senior editors at Time rewrote Vietnam reporting to meld with Luce’s ideology.
How Rich Answers Provide a New Approach to SEO
Convince & Convert
NOVEMBER 30, 2015
Let me start by showing you an example. This is an example of a result where Google provides the answer directly. Some include images, such as the example shown above, and others don’t. For further reference, here is an interesting example of a chart in response to the query, “What is the population of Russia?”: Image via BigStockPhoto.com. Tables.
The Superhuman Guide to Keyword Research & Competition Analysis
NOVEMBER 12, 2013
It’s always better to start this kind of thing with examples so let’s go ahead and pick a niche. I’m going to pick the learn guitar niche, as it has a large audience and I do actually want to improve my guitar-playing skills so it’s an industry that has been on my mind. They’ve racked up close to 15,000 views so far and there are hundreds of posts to read.
SEO Mega-Checklist: 75 steps to increased visibility for your site (infographic)
JUNE 20, 2016
Here’s an example of how you can shorten your URL. Search For Broken Link Building Opportunities on Wikipedia. Look for broken links on the relevant Wikipedia pages and replace them with yours. Getting a backlink from Wikipedia is very good for improving your website’s search engine visibility. Post by Nirav Dave. Capsicum Mediaworks. L et’s be honest. Search SEO
Writing tricks for content marketers
AUGUST 19, 2014
For example: Old style: Download Facebook Messenger now! Photo credit: Wikipedia). For example, having “cooking” “cooks” and “cookery” on the same post could get lower ranking than just using just one of those variants. Time was you only had to worry about writing for the human eye and sometimes for the ear. Good headline writing has long been an art form. Related articles.
Content Creators: Enough with the Boring
FEBRUARY 23, 2015
For example, according to Wikipedia , content is: …information and experiences that provides value for an end-user/audience in specific contexts…something that is to be expressed through some medium, as speech, writing or any of various arts. By Lindsay Bell Content. Those of us who work in digital marketing and communications instinctively know what the word means. Go on.
The Ripple Effect of Blogging: Inbound Marketing is Not Enough to Exist
JULY 14, 2011
When looking up the definition, I obviously found an article on Wikipedia defining inbound marketing as indeed just that, I quote: “Inbound marketing is a marketing strategy that focuses on getting found by customers.. So, please forgive me if the recommendations Wikipedia says David Meerman Scott has made, are not entirely correct. Inbound marketing is not about being passive.
Seven Marketing Mistakes That Are Waaaaaay Too Common
NOVEMBER 24, 2015
Explained by the almighty Wikipedia : [Survivorship bias] is the logical error of concentrating on the people or things that “survived” some process and inadvertently overlooking those that did not because of their lack of visibility. For example, if your niche is business-centered then LinkedIn might be your platform. By Karol Krol. really mean it! The Solution.
Craft a Writing Style Guide for Your Website
MARCH 7, 2016
For example which will you use: The United States of America, the United States, the US, USA, U.S.A.? You may want to consider including some examples of Do’s and Don’ts and pieces that reflect the style you want. For example, you wouldn’t expect a fashion blog to include footnotes. Have you ever heard someone refer to content as “noise”? Want onboard?
Gamification: Why Play?
JUNE 19, 2012
According to Wikipedia, gamification “is the use of game design techniques, game thinking and game mechanics to enhance non-game contexts. Take Foursquare as an example. small example. Have you seen any great examples of gamification recently? Tweet A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about how people spend their time online. Benefits of gamification. Sushi.
Using word clouds in communications analysis
AUGUST 13, 2012
According to Wikipedia a word cloud is a visual representation for text data, typically used to visualize free form text. For example if a respondent repeats the question asked in the answer (as is frequently the case) you can’t suppress those words which often gives an inaccurate representation of key words. It’s so very simple, yet so very useful. Do you use word clouds?
So Slang: dictionary of street terms
MARCH 17, 2012
Some examples: Bazinga! A catchy phrase to accompany your clever pranks. Image via Wikipedia. There’s a free online resource to check out the real defnition of slang words and street terms. It’s contributed to and edited by thousands of people online who add their own meanings to millions of words. As popularized by Sheldon Cooper ( The Big Bang Theory ). Bazinga!
How Bloggers Can Benefit From Google’s Rich Answers
JUNE 27, 2016
For example, If we were to type in a particular question: You will see that Google has extracted the information from a third-party website, in this case bbcgoodfood.com. Also displayed at the top of the page, above the organic results, these are answers drawn from official data or public domain sites such as Wikipedia. By digital marketing expert Jim Stewart of StewART Media.
Five models of content curation
APRIL 14, 2011
Let’s run through them quickly, and I’ll point to an example of each from this blog. Here’s another example. My recent 7 Truths about Online Influence post is an example of this, as is my analysis of Quora from a while back. I’d love you to tak a look at this post by Rohit Bhargava: Five Models of Content Curation. We like them a lot.
Owned vs. Earned Media: Measuring the ROI
SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
Forrester has a really simple chart that shows you the media type, definition, examples, the role, benefits, and challenges. I’m not a paid media expert so I’ll leave that segment to those who are. Earned media, according to Wikipedia is: Favorable publicity gained through promotional efforts other than advertising. Earned So where did that leave us? Earned Media.
The State of Link Building 2016: What I Learned Manually Analysing 1,000 Search Results
JUNE 22, 2016
For example, I recently sent 1,000+ clicks to various search results (from around the world) to see if an increased click-through rate (CTR) would influence search engine rankings. The links come from sources like: Wikipedia external links. Do private blog network’s still work? Does a higher word-count help your pages rank better? Did Glen really spend 60 hours on this article?
Search Engine Optimization: Why Image Alt Tags are Important
JULY 26, 2010
Let’s take a look at what Wikipedia says about Alt Tags. Wikipedia explains what an Alt Tag really is: “The alt attribute is used in HTML and XHTML documents to specify text that is to be rendered when the element to which it is applied cannot be rendered. Wikipedia actually tells us that Alt Tags are really a Misnomer. Take a look at the alt tag example from NetMechanic.
The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases
JUNE 29, 2010
So I searched PRWeb ’s press release archive for a selection of overused terms, buzzwords and marketing speak using a “site:prweb.com” search on Google, for example: I opted for Google over PRWeb’s internal search because internal search results are not typically very good. Tim – “low hanging fruit is a great example of overused meeting speak, thanks. Drives me nuts.
In-House Counsel Use of Social Media Survey: An Interview With Greentarget’s John Corey
APRIL 18, 2013
” WIKIPEDIA. Lee Pacchia : “Wikipedia usage is up. Don’t tell me that in-house lawyers are using Wikipedia to do their work? They’re not looking up terms of art in Wikipedia that they’re supposed to know already, are they?” The last couple of years, the Wikipedia issue has raised more questions. WHAT IS AN INVISIBLE USER?
How to Use Facebook for Business and Marketing
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
MAY 5, 2010
Share the 10OFF discount code for everyone, for example. Hootsuite , for example, has multiple tabs that highlight their social involvement elsewhere on the web. Take MySpace as just one of many examples of an online property that become too comfortable with its “space. felt the same way for your rushImprint example (but that might not be the opening page).
Social Proof or Social Spoof?
NOVEMBER 3, 2011
Social proof, also known as informational social influence, is a psychological phenomenon where people assume the actions of others to reflect correct behavior for a given situation…The effects of social influence can be seen in the tendency of large groups to conform to choices which may be either correct or mistaken; a phenomenon sometimes referred to as herd behavior (source: Wikipedia ).