This book is a well-crafted and very varied book on topics such as SEO, SEM, SMO, PPC and WordPress, consisting of topics such as finding the best white hat way to get a site more links and how to attract readers without sounding like a robot… Continue reading Simply Different SEO – Branding
Then again it can be said that there is a backlash in effect.
Sure – it most likely won’t hurt the big online behemoth, but numbers are numbers, right? People are quitting Facebook. Or so they say.
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In SEO & PPC: Better Together, Melanie Mitchell shows how to use search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) together to achieve better results than either can deliver alone. You’ll learn how to integrate SEO and PPC in campaigns that engage more consumers and use data from both to improve the performance of each. Mitchell begins by comparing the paid and organic search marketing “pathways,” reviewing applications, overlaps, differences, strengths, weaknesses, and tradeoffs. Next, Mitchell shows how paid search data can be a gold mine when figuring out where to focus your SEO efforts, and understanding what content to optimize or build based on your actual ROI rather than relying on indirect traffic estimates from keyword research tools. She presents the latest research on synergies between SEO and PPC, shows how to handle new analytical complexities introduced by changes in Google’s search privacy policies, and offers practical, step-by-step guidance for building a KPI-linked dashboard that organizes your data and makes it more usable. From start to finish, Mitchell’s techniques and guidance are designed to help marketers become smarter about focusing their time and budgets, evaluating current returns, and optimizing the value of every campaign they create.
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Cooking healthy appetizers is one of my favorite things to do in the kitchen. It satisfies me beyond what anyone can imagine!
You see, for most of the meal you have to put in some extra work if you want to cook food that is both healthy and tasty. You probably have to boil some rice or legumes, Sauté vegetables on low heat to preserve the vitamins, or do some other kind of elaborate preparation. Everyone knows that it is much easier to cook fast food. Preparing healthy food recipes requires patience and preparation. Although there are some recipes that you can just throw together, in general you are limited to stir fries. Everything else takes planning and preparation.
When you make a healthy appetizer, however, you get the chance to make something that is both convenient and delicious. As a matter of fact, it is easier to make appetizers healthy than bad for you. Think about it – the simplest appetizers are the ones that are good for you. For example, the vegetable tray is always a hit at parties. Everyone loves to snack on raw vegetables and dip because it gives you the chance to munch without spoiling your dinner. You can add some variety to vegetable trays by going to healthy food stores. You can add artichoke hearts, pickled vegetables, or some other unusual greens. All of these make healthy appetizers and delicious treats.
Another healthy appetizer is chicken on a stick. Most people don’t think of meat when they think of healthy appetizers, but in fact chicken is lean and low-fat. If you want to switch things up a little bit, why not skewer fish and bake it in the oven, lightly coated in olive oil? This is one of the most healthy appetizers that I know of. It is better for you than the chicken because it has those healthy fish oils in it. You can sprinkle a little bit of kosher salt and some pepper on it for a tasty, healthy snack.
Many people stay away from nuts when they are cooking healthy foods, but in small portions, nuts are not bad for you. One of my favorite healthy appetizers is sun-dried tomatoes stuffed with nuts and a bit of goat cheese. You can toast the nuts first for that delightful baked flavor.
Although the goat cheese and the nuts are a bit fattening, you don’t have to use very much of either in each sun-dried tomato.