Timing Really Is Everything

Timing is everything in marketingIn past posts we’ve discussed basic PR/Marketing staples like press releases and social media; today we want to focus on one of the most important things that relates to all marketing and PR tactics‑‑‑‑timing.

Timing is one of the most important aspects to consider when planning your marketing campaign. It not only affects little things like social media posts or ...

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3 Reasons to Invest In Online Reputation Management Right Now

In today’s world, where most peoplWord travels quicklye get their information on the Internet, your online reputation is the first thing most people will see. Think about it as an introduction to perspective clients, partners, and media outlets. It is vital that you pay attention to your online reputation and protect it the best you can. Here are three reasons investing in online ...

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Roundtable Business Experts Say Utah Valley on the Rise-We Live in a Postcard

UV Bus Round 1Utah and Utah Valley’s future is bright according to some top gurus of business at the UV Convention Center.

Yesterday, I delayed my morning gym workout to respond to the request to participate on an early morning Utah Valley Business Roundtable hosted by Utah Business Magazine (see their blog). It’s humbling to be asked again to offer my input on the future success ...

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Google Glasses PR Online at Full Throttle – Available at Costco?

Google Glasses  PR Online has a full head of steam! As a tech public relations firm, it’s fun to watch really great companies roll out new product promo. More hype than real value in some cases, the focused energy behind Google Glasses will yet be judged by history as Awesome or Awful. Since in my 2008  novel release Green SpinI included a projected 2016  use of this technology, I’m not too surprised or wowed–yet.

In the book, I ...

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It’s a Content Marketing World – Content is King…again!

Content Marketing is Old School made “New” with the advent of Google Panda & Penguin algorithm rule changes. Let me explain. Before the Web, blogging, before social media, professionals relied on delivering killer content through press releases, brochures, letters, phones, etc to attract and communicate with key publics/target markets. The power of great content was diluted by online SEO “gamers” of search systems. Savvy web marketers maximizes PPC and organic search results to drive ...

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Content Wins! The New SEO is the Old Public Relations – Write to Win Top 10

It’s more than backlinks and stuffing keywords. In the new school of SEO, it’s killer Content that wins and who better to write it than Online PR (public relations) pro’s?  If you ignore Google’s new search emphasis on ultra awesome content you may see your search results heading south like a duck in winter!

Public Relations firms, especially those with accredited, seasoned professionals whose English is their primary ...

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5 Penguin Training Tips – Content Marketing Back on Throne in Google SEO Kingdom

Working through the online Media Relations maze, PilmerPR pivots regularly to better client SEO results for PR Online and Content Marketing.

Google sends out 500 algorithm changes per year according to Todd Bailey (Wall Street Journal). Since my daughter’s nickname is Panda, I found it humorous when the bamboo snarfing creature received naming honors ...

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NASDAQ: FB – Ready for the $18 Billion Bachelor Zuck – Bigger than Singapore?

Mark Zuckerberg Time Person of the Year coverFacebook now equals NASDAQ FB.

Get ready, there’s a new sheriff in tech town: Mark Zuckerberg, the teen tech titan turning the odometer at the ripe old age of 28. (That’s more than $641 million for every year he has been on earth.) Rumor has it, he plans to sell 30.2 ...

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Google Combats "Content Farm" SEO Tactics

It’s a dirty trick in the SEO world: posting multiple “news stories” on a site with nothing but SEO keywords and/or content ripped from other articles. Google refers to them as “content farms,” and is changing its famous search algorithms to make sure they don’t rise above legitimate sites.

On January 1st, Google’s Principal Engineer, Matt Cutts, wrote the following on the Google Blog:

To respond to that challenge, we recently launched a redesigned document-level classifier that makes it harder ...

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