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How to Consistently Write 1000 Words a Day

One of the secrets of the most successful bloggers is that they are prolific. Writing 1000 words a day is like brushing their teeth. It’s just part of a morning routine. While it may sound like a lot, once you get into the habit it’s really not that difficult. Every writer has a different way Author informationSrinivas RaoSrinivas is the host and co-founder of BlogcastFM, a show where he’s interviewed over 300 bloggers,authors and entrepreneurs. He’s also the author of The Skool of Life, where he writes about the things you should have learned in school but never did. The post How to Consistently Write 1000 Words a Day appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

25 ‘F*ck Yeah’ Tumblrs You Aren’t Following Yet

Tumblr practically houses a Library of Congress-sized inventory of Fuck Yeah blogs. After one of its first (Fuck Yeah Sharks) went viral, hundreds more have spilled onto the web, celebrating everything from veggie burritos to men in plaid with an enthusiastic “Fuck Yeah!” SEE ALSO: Ermahgerd! The 12 Best Memes of 2012 Here are 25 hilarious, cute, touching or downright confusing Fuck Yeah Tumblrs. We’ve made sure most of them post relatively frequently, so follow your favorites for updates. Others (like Fuck Yeah Cilantro) have since slowed their roll, but were too epic to pass up Be sure to share your own Fuck Yeah picks in the comments below Read more…More about Social Media, Tumblr, Features, and Megalists

SMX West 2013 – A Few Takeaways

I love conference time. It’s a great way to get together with industry friends, acquaintances, and meet many new people. SMX West 2013 was not without some great information, however. Google continues to make changes to their algorithm. In fact, a big Panda update should have already hit. There are also plans to integrate Panda Author informationBrian HarnishBrian Harnish is a professional SEO with web design skills. His expertise in nearly all areas of web design & SEO serve as the foundation for his own blog on Artistic-SEO.com/blog.TwitterGoogle+The post SMX West 2013 – A Few Takeaways appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

How Google Glass will influence the way we connect on Google+

Social media interaction is in a constant state of evolution. Traditionally, progress has been limited to text-based interactions or static video; however through Google+ Hangouts, users are given the ability to ditch asynchronous social media interactions for real-time communication that delivers the ability to see the audience blink, follow hand and body gestures, eye movements Author informationSarah HillSarah Hill is the Chief Storyteller for Veterans United Home Loans and the 38th most followed person on Google+. Join her in a Google Hangout or connect with her page.TwitterGoogle+The post How Google Glass will influence the way we connect on Google+ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Kung Fu Grandpa Will Kick You to Easter Sunday

While some people prepare for Easter inside of the grocery store, one man makes use of the space right outside of it. A man in Richmond, Va. was practicing some Kung Fu moves in a Food Lion parking lot when a bystander couldn’t help but cheer him on from afar. The enthusiastic commentator — known as Rev. Aamon R. Miller on YouTube — sets an imaginary scenario for what was happening outside of his car SEE ALSO: This 84-Year-Old Is No Match for Video Games Was this man really whipping nunchucks next to his pickup truck in preparation for Easter Sunday? Probably not, but it’s fun to pretend. One thing is for certain — no one is going to mess with this guy Read more…More about Viral Videos, Humor, Watercooler, Videos, and Youtube Video Lead

Co-Citation and Co-Occurrence – The Next Big Thing in SEO

Google has experimented with a list of algorithm changes. Over the past couple of years, these changes have of course directly affected the way SEO works. If we talk about more precise terms, we see that keywords, back-links and anchor text are some of the terms that have been very dominant, powerful and effective in the Author informationHaris BacicGoogle+LinkedInThe post Co-Citation and Co-Occurrence – The Next Big Thing in SEO appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

7 Effective Link Building Tips For Affiliates

I’m an affiliate marketer at heart and I can appreciate the blood sweat and tears that goes into link building for affiliate sites. If like me, you stay awake at night, dreaming of new ways to acquire backlinks and conjuring up new strategies to get those all-important customers to your site, I’m hoping this Author informationSebastian CowieThe post 7 Effective Link Building Tips For Affiliates appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Learning From The 2012 SERPs [Infographic Included]

My favorite part of the new year is being able to see all kinds of stats, studies, and results of the previous year. Every year we see Google make updates to the SERPs. Unless you were conducting a daily study and analyzing trends, you probably didn’t know all of the changes Google made last year. Our Author informationAdam MorganAdam Morgan is a PPC expert, entrepreneur, blogger, and amiable guy. In his spare time, he updates his own blog. Follow him on twitter @smorgs13.TwitterGoogle+The post Learning From The 2012 SERPs [Infographic Included] appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

50+ Digital Events in New York, San Francisco, Atlanta and More

Mashable’s Events Board is a great place to find the leading conferences in your industry — whether that’s advertising, technology, media or public relations. This week, we’re highlighting five events that we think can help move your career forward. Our picks include events in New York, San Francisco and Atlanta. If you don’t find something that’s a fit for you, you can check out more than 50 events on our complete listings. On the Events Board, you can sort listings by when they were added, get discount codes for Mashable readers and sometimes watch a video of a past event to get a preview of what to expect. You can also subscribe to the events newsletter or follow our events account on Twitter so you’ll catch the best events before they sell out. Read more…More about Events, Business, Advertising, Marketing, and Media

Local Search Optimization, It’s All About Timing

There have been many articles on the subject of local search optimization, but only few about the proper timing of optimization steps. In order to understand what timing and local SEO have in common, you first need to know that there are three types of local directories: Major data providers Search engines Local directories Order Author informationDragan NikolicSEO & Social Media Marketing at ThematoSoupStarted doing SEO out of sheer curiosity and the idea of elevating Internet to a whole new level of accessibility and usability. Now, I’m doing it for the very same reasons.TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Local Search Optimization, It’s All About Timing appeared first on Search Engine Journal.