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How to Check Your Social Media Profile Rankings with WebCEO

SEO experts continue to look for correlation between social media signals and rankings. Most experiments prove that social media continues to become a more important factor. There are three main benefits you will get from social media:

  1. You have additional channels to communicate with your customers. When you mention, like or share what someone has written, it’s the equivalent of a “Hi, how are you” email.
  2. You will improve your rankings.
  3. You end up with more “real estate” on the SERPs.

Because legitimate interaction between a business and a customer is hard to fake online, social media authority holds an increasing amount of weight for search engines. It means that when you promote a business online, you will benefit from having active (and interactive) social media accounts, even if you see no direct results from your social media marketing.
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How to Start Your Online Promotion Campaign in a Few Seconds

We’ve been hard at work over the past few weeks making enhancements to WebCEO Online that will make our tools even easier to use. The most important update of November is the new ‘Add New Project’ Wizard that guides you through the process of starting your promotion campaign.

You can check other WebCEO Online updates at https://online.webceo.com/news/. They include Site Auditor and Rank Checker updates, PDF reports enhancements and some other smaller updates that made WebCEO even better than before.

Let’s proceed with the ‘Add New Project’ Wizard. Log in to your Web CEO Online account and click on the ‘Add’ button to add a new project. While you enter your website’s URL, WebCEO will validate it to assure there are no mistypes.
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Professional Guide to SEO Automation

The first and the most important task for a professional Internet marketer is to choose tools that improve workflow. SEO task automation helps to save the most finite resource you have – your time. When you know how to automate your work, you will spend less time on routines and instead focus on strategic development and business analysis.

Tasks that once demanded hours of your time, such as auditing landing pages for on-page optimization, examining backlink profile quality or checking your site for duplicate descriptions and titles, now can be done in a few minutes. You can use the saved time to promote your business via viral campaigns, fresh content and social media.
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My Rankings Decreased. What Should I Do? An Actionable Guide

I hope you’ll never need this guide. However forewarned is forearmed. First of all you need to understand why your rankings decreased. Your further actions will depend on the reasons you detect.

1. Check whether you have ‘Manual Actions’ penalties in your Google Webmaster Tools.

The manual action viewer in Google Webmaster Tools shows information about actions taken by the manual webspam team that directly affect that site’s ranking in Google’s web search results. There are 5 types of reported spam techniques:

  1. User-generated spam (comment spam)
  2. Thin content
  3. Unnatural links
  4. Hidden text / keyword stuffing
  5. Cloaking and/or sneaky redirects

The Manual Actions may impact the entire site (they are listed in the Site-wide matches section) or individual URLs or sections of a site (they are listed in the Partial matches section).
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SEO News of the Week: Local SEO and Guest Posts

Local business owners now have a new tool for managing their Google Places For Business Listing. The new Android app is available for free from the Google Play Store. This app let you update your business information, post updates and photos to your Google+ Local Page, respond to comments on Google+ and more. However, this app doesn’t let you respond to customer reviews, nor does it allow for the creation of new listings. It’s also currently available only for U.S. businesses.
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