10 SEOHosting Posts You Should Reread from Last Year

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2011 was a great year on the SEOHosting blog. We published a lot of interesting, helpful posts, gained a lot of new readers, and got a lot of positive feedback about the blog. For those of you who might be new to the blog or if you just want a bit of a refresher on what you read over the past year, here are 10 SEOHosting posts from the past year that are worth (re)reading.


  1. Don’t Let One Bad SEO Company Ruin Everything

There are lots of shady SEO companies out there that rip off clients for thousands and thousands of dollars. They give a black eye to the entire industry, causing a lot of people to write off all SEO as a spammy, ineffective tactic. This post offers hope to those who have been the victim of an SEO scammer.

  1. 7 Ways to Increase Engagement on Twitter

A recent report shows that customers who engage with companies over social media spend more money and have increased loyalty. This post offers 7 great tips to help you engage your audience more effectively on Twitter.

  1. The Case Against Writing Every Day

We’ve been trained to believe that the more you write, the better you become. Experts have always encouraged writers to write every single day. No matter what you’re writing, just write. But is this really sound advice?

  1. The One Question to Always Ask Yourself Before You Tweet

Want to make sure you’re Tweeting content that your followers actually care about and will respond to? There’s one simple question you should always ask yourself before sharing anything on Twitter. Read this post to find out what it is.

  1. Don’t Try to be All Things to All People

One of the biggest marketing mistakes you can make is to try to be all things to all people. Having an undefined or poorly defined target audience is a surefire way to create ineffective marketing.

  1. 5 Warning Signs of a Bad Client

Not all customers are worth having. Some customers can cut into your profits and give you a huge headache in the process. Check out these red flags bad clients tend to wave exuberantly.

  1. 4 Really Good Reasons Not to Offer Discounts to Customers

Think offering a discount is the best way to drive sales and get more customers? Think again. Offering discounts might do more harm than good to your brand. Find out why by reading this post.

  1. The Science of a Good Slogan

What’s the secret behind the world’s best slogans? How can you create a memorable slogan that helps build your brand? Check out this post for an insightful breakdown on the science of slogan writing.

  1. 5 Easy Steps for Keeping Your Emails Out of the SPAM Folder

You’re not going to have much luck with email marketing if your messages get flagged as SPAM. The good news is that there are 5 easy things you can do to improve the deliverability of your emails.

  1. Why Your Leads Aren’t Converting Into Customers

All the leads in the world are useless if you don’t have a plan in place for converting them into paying customers. Read this post to find out how you can do a better job of converting your leads.


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