How Social Media Impacts Your SEO

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How Social Media Impacts Your SEO Search engine optimization (SEO) should make your website more visible in search engine results. But it’s a common myth to think you’ll wind up on the first page with back links, page keyword stuffing, duplicate content development, etc. Those methods are old school and much of these processes are no longer relevant to major search engines like Google. These days, great content has more influence on how discoverable you are online. For example, try doing searches on Google, Yahoo, and Bing for the term “romantic restaurant New York”. Notice that blogs as well as social media and user generated review sites like Yelp dominate the first page of search results. This means info about you on sites like Yelp is often times more accessible to potential customers than your own website. With that in…

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Graphic Artist From Oakhurst NJ

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The Graphics Guy was born and raised in Oakhurst NJ, where he attended Ocean Twp. High School. I was always interested in art and wood working growing up but never even thought about becoming a Graphic Artist. I tried a number of occupations after high school. I work as an electrician at Ocean Electric on Route 35 In Oakhurst, NJ. I also worked at the Hot Bagel Bakery on Monmouth Road in Oakhurst. I eventually started working for my father Bob Hazelrigg AIA “The Premier Architect of the Jersey Shore” in Wanamassa, NJ in the mid-1980s. Back then the last thing I wanted to do was to go back to school but I saw the writing on the wall after working a handful of dead end jobs. When I started going to Brookdale for Architecture I was frustrated. Although I was good…

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