Did You Know? There is a Simple Version of Wikipedia

Bill Hartzer

I bet you didn’t know that there is a simple version of Wikipedia, the popular online encyclopedia. Let’s take, for example, the Wikipedia entry for “search engine optimization”, which you can find here.

7 Effective Call-to-Action Examples and Why They Work

Writtent Blog

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. More Call-to-Action Examples and Resources.

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33 (of the) Best Social Media Guides, Tips and Resoures of 2012 So Far

Webbiquity SMM

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.

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20 Top Twitter Monitoring and Analytics Tools

Pamorama

We’ve all heard examples of how breaking news spreads immediately on Twitter. But to get a quick idea of a user´s activity on Twitter (before I decide to follow him/her for example), I use [link].

Real-Time News Curation - Types And Real-World Examples

www.masternewmedia.org

Print this article Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 3: Types And Real-World Examples Whats more important? They are simply, to the best of my limited know-how in these areas, the best and most representative examples I have been able to find so far. (I

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #202

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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. wikipedia.

Why SEOs Need to Pay Attention to Freebase

Bill Hartzer

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.

Why the Web is NOT the source of knowledge

Engaging Brand

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.

7 Worst Mistakes That Are Eating Up Your Content Marketing Success

SocialFish

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.

Does Google Freshness Update Make Online Reputation Management More Difficult?

Adam Sherk

Unfortunately a recent example that illustrates this concept in action is Joe Paterno and the terrible events that allegedly took place at Penn State. To be clear, Joe Paterno is very serious example and I am not implying that he should have an ORM team helping to clean up his search results.

Blog Topics: How to optimize content for topics versus keywords

Razor Social

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.

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Writing tricks for content marketers

Sherrilynne Starkie

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.

The 21 Best Content Curation Tools

Webbiquity SMM

Curation can take a variety of forms: Weekly “best of” compilations (example: V3*Broadsuite blog ). Expert summary compilations (example: Soulati Media ). Expert interview roundups (example: iDigic ).

The Superhuman Guide to Keyword Research & Competition Analysis

Viper Chill

It’s always better to start this kind of thing with examples so let’s go ahead and pick a niche. 1 Wikipedia. The first is a little-known search engine which shows you the analytics stats for any page on Wikipedia.

How Rich Answers Provide a New Approach to SEO

Convince & Convert

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 example, Wikipedia has a DA of 100, the highest possible score.

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The Social Media Monitoring Lighthouse – A Guide on What and How to Monitor

Razor Social

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.

Using word clouds in communications analysis

Sherrilynne Starkie

According to Wikipedia a word cloud is a visual representation for text data, typically used to visualize free form text. For example, it takes a human to make the judgement about the overall sentiment of the data.

Top 6 Ideas for Incredible Viral Content for Social Media.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

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.

So Slang: dictionary of street terms

Sherrilynne Starkie

Some examples: Bazinga! 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.

“I Don’t Know What an API Is, and at This Point I’m Too Afraid to Ask”

Simply Measured

Schedule a 3 hour Wikipedia self-study session this evening. An example JSON blob for a single day, showing all of those dimensions would look like: Don’t worry about entirely understanding all the curly brackets and colons.

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Five models of content curation

SocialFish

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.

Search Engine Optimization: Why Image Alt Tags are Important

Bill Hartzer

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.

In-House Counsel Use of Social Media Survey: An Interview With Greentarget’s John Corey

Myrland Marketing

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?”

SEO Mega-Checklist: 75 steps to increased visibility for your site (infographic)

Socialmedia.biz

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. Post by Nirav Dave. Capsicum Mediaworks. L et’s be honest.

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The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases

Adam Sherk

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.

How to Use Facebook for Business and Marketing

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

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.&#

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How to Create a Social Thought Leadership Presence for the C-Suite

Simply Measured

As such, as well as a complete profile meaning an individual is more likely to appear in search results actually on LinkedIn – it has a knock on impact on Google searches too, even ranking higher than a Wikipedia entry.

Gamification: Why Play?

Mindjumpers

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. A small example. Have you seen any great examples of gamification recently?

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Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #119

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For example: Ignore the resumé. Philip Roth and Wikipedia - Non-Commercial Use. "You may have heard recently about Philip Roth 's public fight with Wikipedia. A Wikipedia article about one of his books, The Human Stain , 'suggested' that the main character in the book was inspired by the life of NY Times book reviewer, Anatole Broyard. Roth tried to get somebody to change the Wikipedia article. wikipedia.

List of 12 Top Social Media Podcasts in 2012

Laurel Papworth

For example, this episode had my mouth out of synch with the words and took Gary hours to correct. We talk about Local Government and social media, Wikipedia and SOPA blackout, Facebook and the cruise liner sinking, and other issues where social media and society intersect. .

Why Can’t We Define Public Relations?

SocialFish

Our industry, for a very long time, has used media relations as the example when describing what we do because it’s tangible. ” ( per Wikipedia , and if you click through you’ll see the debate over the definition is far older than today’s debate.) [LONG POST ALERT!].

The Ultimate Guide to Keyword Research

Viper Chill

Terms like Facebook, Marketing, Forex and eBay are examples of this. Examples of Body keyphrases could be Facebook Banners (surprisingly popular), Online Marketing, Forex News and eBay Motors. A Little-Known Way to View Wikipedia’s Analytics. Wikipedia Analytics.

Craft a Writing Style Guide for Your Website

SocialFish

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. Have you ever heard someone refer to content as “noise”?

Monday Roundup: Moving Forward

Waxing UnLyrical

Bryce uses the examples of Weight Watchers, SiriusXM, and Encyclopedia Britannica to illustrate why sacrificing some revenue by offering a free product to compete with services such as FitBit, Pandora, and Wikipedia can contribute to companies moving forward rather than behind.

The Joint Chiefs of Staff 2010 Social Media Strategy | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

We have seen plenty of examples of how government and politics (sometimes one of the same) are using social media.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #166

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I 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.

The State of Link Building 2016: What I Learned Manually Analysing 1,000 Search Results

Viper Chill

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?

Free Culture and Attention as Currency

Waxing UnLyrical

Most web assets from the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google, Tumblr, Foursquare and a gazillion others appear to be free, opening floodgates of content, ranging from the genius of Wikipedia/ Ushahidi to the apparently innocuous LOLcats.

What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?

Adam Sherk

I’m not familiar with Fact: but Wikipedia tells me it was published from 1964-1967 and edited by Ralph Ginzburg and Warren Boroson. Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?

Digital grassroots: the Internet fights back

Sherrilynne Starkie

Michael Geist (Photo credit: Wikipedia). The new law provides a safe harbour to those who create and also those who host that content, for example.”. Yesterday, Michael Geis t presented a keynote address to the IABC 2012 Canada Business Communicators’ Summit which was held in Ottawa.