By Jon Rognerud
Call number: HF5415.1265 .R64 2014
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Written for beginners, author Jon Rognerud offers every tip, trick, and secret from keyword research and competitive analysis, to marketing and messaging, content development, link building, and conversions and tracking of search engine positions. Local search, social media, and blogging are new to this edition, and show examples on how to optimize these important new development areas. Updated content includes social media search content that reflects strategies and market information to helps business owners easily add this companion to SEO work, blog optimization steps with best SEO tactics for creating search engine friendly sites, and the top ten hottest WordPress plugins for top traffic boost. A local SEO section shows readers how to avoid the most common mistakes on optimizing for local search and the updated section on Google analytics shows how to track top keywords and pages. An updated link building section provides new white hat SEO link building tactics to provide better long term rankings and traffic building, and an expanded resource section includes updated screen-shots of SEO applied. Step-by-step examples are written with an “at the kitchen table” type dialogue for accessibility and an advanced strategy section takes readers to the next level.
By Talor Zamir
Call number: HF5415 .M32453 2015
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The rollout of Amazon local services, continued growth of locally based apps like Uber for ride-sharing and OpenTable for restaurant reservations, and the proven power of reviews on sites like Yelp are just a few reasons why local search should be on every business owner’s marketing blueprint. Search advertising leader Perry Marshall and local marketing expert Talor Zamir have teamed up to fill a void in the online marketing category. From defining local search, which is often confused with paid search and search engine marketing, to local listing and reviews to social outreach, effective content development, and PR, this guide goes beyond local SEO how to, presenting readers with the tools to build an entire local online marketing campaign.
By Jason R. Rich
Call number: HF5415.1265 .R518 2018
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From video production to promotion, this guide shares the battle-tested strategies and tried-and-true advice from successful YouTube experts to help you: Set up your channel and become a YouTube Partner to start monetizing your video; Create a virtual community that uses and loves your products; Cater your videos to your target audience at every stage–pre-production, production, post-production, and promotion; Drive traffic to your channel, website, or social media with optimized video titles, tags, playlists, and more; Promote your YouTube videos using Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and other social sites; Make a video go viral with the help of blogs, websites, and other online resources. Find out what a YouTube channel can do for you as you learn to create your channel, leverage it as a marketing tool, and maximize your return on investment.
Call number: HF 5823 .B438 2015
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Ads, Fads, and Consumer Culture-now in its fifth edition-draws on both academic and applied perspectives to offer a lively critique of contemporary advertising and its effects on American society.
An email from the Census Bureau alerted us that March is “Frozen Food Month.” Frozen food is easy to cook, but a complex topic. The frozen food industry was born in the USA and continues to develop globally, involving agriculture, food science, logistics, and refrigeration engineering – all subjects taught here at Ivy Tech Fort Wayne.
Frozen foods have both responded to, and influenced, our culture; from the way we cook to our transportation infrastructure. The contribution of this industry to our economy is massive. We have assembled some statistics in our library displays marking this month.
Tucked in among the charts, books, and journals are some themed treats, while supplies last … and yes, you can chew gum at the computers!
This new interactive tool is so easy to use! It will be helpful for anyone researching exports of US products. Indiana grows a lot of popcorn. What are our international markets for popcorn? Let’s take a look.
Go to https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/interactive/export-markets.html
Simply enter a keyword in the search box and wait for the site to retrieve the Schedule B Code.
Then, click on the code and wait for the site to retrieve the data on this product. There are four different views; the default is a map of the world, with the top five markets highlighted. I prefer the table view as it shows more precisely what countries are our top markets.
From this table, you can also select a country – (All) is the default – to see only further data for that market.
Click on the Methods of Transportation tab to see how our popcorn gets to these markets. Let’s see how we get popcorn to Mexico, as it could be trucked or flown or shipped:
It is all trucked!
You can also look at sales in a time series and see the unit price paid for each market.
By Barry Spurlock, Esq., CSP
Call number: T55 .S74 2018
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The recognition and control of hazards in the work environment are the cornerstone of every company’s safety and health plan. Every workplace contains dangers, especially those devoted to technology, machinery, and potentially hazardous material. This book provides you with the information you need to understand the regulations that provide for facility safety and their successful implementation for profitable management of any business.