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How Does Google Search Work?

How Does Google Search Work? This blog post is for people asking “how does Google search work”? On a side note anyone that’s wondering how to curate website content legally, ethically, and morally, at the bottom of this post is a great explanation on how this is done. Anyone asking this question, “how does Google […]

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Content Marketing: Is Guest Blogging “Over”?

Content Marketing: Is Guest Blogging “Over”? Matt Cutts of Google Says “Guest Blogging Is Dead” If you’re not familiar with Matt Cutts … well, he’s a busy boy. Matt has a Ph.D in computer graphics, an M.S. from UNC – Chapel Hill, and B.S degrees in both mathematics and computer science from the University of […]

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How To Do Content Curation

How To Do Content Curation I’m continuing on with my series for people asking the question, “How does content curation work” and in this part my focus will be on how to do content creation. I heard last night that curating content means “creating an online presence dedicated to a particular subject”. That’s just about […]

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Content Curation Practices: Compilation Posts

Content Curation Practices: Compilation Posts Sometimes Revisiting Your Own Content Can Be A Traffic Grabber  The practice of Content Curation should be like an ever-widening pool of possibilities. Good curators never have problems coming up with ideas for new types of curations … if they have the right mindset to begin with. There are so […]

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