Who doesn't want to be number one on Google’s search results? From a business standpoint top rankings result in more traffic, interaction, more leads and sales, which ultimately leads to more revenue. Search
Published on: February 24th, 2015 Wolston Lobo @WolstonL
Google+ has gotten a bad rap. In April, TechCrunch’s Alexia Tsotis and Matthew Panzarino called the social network the “walking dead” and a whole slew of other media outlets began publishing their takes
Correction: A previous version of this post referred to Brian Rotsztein as an independent Internet marketing strategist. He is actually the CEO of Uniseo Inc. and president of the Canadian Internet Marketing Association.
Hopefully you've been getting a lot of practice on Twitter crafting your message with a spartan character limit, because you'll have to put those abbreviated writing skills to work writing titles for Google.