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June 27, 2011

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social media planner

A few interesting themes emerged I see -- data, SocMe effect on SEO activities, and integration.

Tony Faustino

Social Media Planner - Great summary of all the key points! Cheers and thank you for stopping by.

long island seo

Just as we think that blogging is dead, it is clear that its making significant changes in these statistics. Thanks for sharing this!

Tony Faustino

Long Island SEO - HubSpot did a great job in their 2011 State of Inbound Marketing Report proving blogging isn't dead. Blogging's very much alive and well! Cheers and thank you for stopping by.

seo perth

The rise of corporate blogging can only do the internet good, as search marketers would find a way to produce quality content to bolster their rankings instead of cheap tricks from the old black hat bible.

Tony Faustino

SEO Perth - You're absolutely correct that quality content is what drives search engine rankings.

Furthermore, your point about corporate blogging sums up one of my favorite paraphrased quotes form David Meerman Scott's book, The New Rules of Marketing and PR: Your best SEO strategy is your blog.

Many thanks for your thoughtful comment.

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Tony, while I support SEO Perth's viewpoint on this, I don't think corporate blogging is vital in a company's success. Sometimes, just their performance and customer satisfaction will speak for them, without the need for them to write a corporate blog, especially knowing how social media can already generate enough leads.

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