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To avoid being left out of the social conversation, get familiar with this industry’s lingo in this social media glossary.
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In a website redesign where URLs change, whether your search-engine-optimization goal is to protect existing natural search performance or boost it to a new level, an ironclad 301 redirect strategy is critical.
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Since publishing a thought piece explaining gracefully responsive Web design, Lerner has received many questions about it. He’s not sure that most clients understand exactly what he is doing with RWD, as they don’t ask specific technical questions, but love how clean their website looks.
Essentially, it’s time to rethink SEO entirely, adopting an all but tried-and-true method used for many years to raise awareness before the Web, as you know it now, was ever even imagined. SEO isn’t dead (yet), but digital public relations (DPR) is alive and well. And when it comes to public relations in the digital…