The nice folks at Skilled.co made up a pretty cool infographic called “115 Must Know Facts about Social Media” with a bunch of facts about social media. I always love information like this. This is the type of stuff that may not be useful right this second, but it’s valuable information to be utilized at some point in your endeavors. Check it out:
I ran across an article from Entrepreneur titled “3 SEO Tips to Help Your PR Content Rank Highly With Google’s Latest Update.” It’s from August 2015, but I don’t see how it’s any less relevant now.
I often have a hard time convincing small businesses that they should be blogging. It can be time consuming and frustrating but it’s worth it in the long run. I believe that many people decide not to blog the same way they decide not to advertise. When you blog, you’re essentially spending you time or money on something with no ‘guarantee’ that it will pay-off. It’s actually a type of risk analysis. You’re weighing your time (or money) to the potential ROI.
Do you know what TLD is? Don’t be too embarrassed. It stands for ‘Top Level Domain’ and to put it simply it’s what comes after the “.” in your domain name. It could be a .com, or a .net…and even and .us. If you’d like to be a nerd then you can find out more on Wikipedia. You can also get a brief history of gTLD’s (or Generic TLD’s) that were first introduced in the 80’s on the ICANN website. These included the ever popular .com, .net, .org, .edu, .gov, .int and .mil.