Business-Blogging

Toy Stories: Show-and-Tell Blog Hooks Customers

August 29th, 2007

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Originally published in Wall Street Journal

Colorado science teacher, marketing guru, and Netconcepts’ GravityMarket client, Steve Spangler sits down with Simona Covel, reporter for the Wall Street Journal to discuss his blog’s successful impact on his business.

In this interview, Steve discusses how Netconcepts has helped him over-achieve his business goals by rebuilding his original ecommerce site and later creating a powerful blog to fuel his viral online success.

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Twelve SEO Mistakes Most Bloggers Make

August 23rd, 2007

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Originally published in Search Engine Land

In this article Stephan Spencer, President and Founder of Netconcepts, writes about the most, common mistakes that bloggers make, and what to do about them. From title tag optimization to keyword URLs, you’ll want to read this article to optimize your personal or business blog to help your blog increase its search visibility.

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SEO Through Blogs & Feeds

Search Engine Strategies — San Jose, CA

August 22nd, 2007

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Not yet running a blog? Not syndicating your content through web feeds? Then you’re missing out on an important area that can help your overall SEO efforts. Learn more about the unique advantages blogs and feeds offer to search engine optimization.

Speakers:
Greg Jarboe, President and Co-Founder, SEO-PR
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts, LLC
Rick Klau, Strategic Partner Development, Google
Doug Hay, Principal & CEO, Expansion Plus Inc.

Google News comments likely to be panned by major corporations

August 8th, 2007

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Originally published in Natural Search Blog

Sometimes Google’s announcements get lost in the shuffle. “Google today introduced a new experimental feature in their News – theyâ??ve added story participant comments into their listings of stories.” In this article, Chris Smith talks about his thoughts and reactions to Google’s decision to allow comments on their news, and how it relates to other companies. Read more about Chris’ thoughts in the article here, and learn how comment-enabling might benefit your company.

Organic Chemistry

July 9th, 2007

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Originally published in Inc.com

Michael Fitzgerald focuses on the popularity of Steve Spangler’s blog in this article written for Inc.com. Learn more about how Steve Spangler turned boring content and bad publicity into an overnight “organic” success with the advice of Stephan Spencer, Founder and President of Netconcepts.

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RSS, Blogs & Podcasts: Successful Syndication Tips

Search Engine Strategies 2007 Canada — Toronto, Canada

June 12th, 2007

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Syndication technology (RSS) makes it easier to build an audience for your content, because your readers or listeners become subscribers using non-intrusive “feed readers.” An overview of the growth of RSS plus a special focus on podcasting. This session will also include tips on blogging and podcasting for (a) profit; (b) credibility and reach.

Moderator:
Ian McAnerin, CEO, McAnerin Networks Inc.

Speakers:
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts, LLC
Mitch Joel, President , Twist Image
Amanda Watlington, Ph.D., APR, Searching for Profit

Making Blogging and RSS Pay Off

May 22nd, 2007

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Originally published in Catalog Success

In the intensive session I led during the ACCM in Boston on May 21, the overriding theme was that search engines judge a siteâ??s worth on its inbound links. Translation: No links = no rankings.

Blogs, meanwhile, are great at attracting links from the blogosphere, because bloggers are rather cliquish and mostly tend to link to each other. So youâ??ll earn links as a blog that you wouldnâ??t normally earn otherwise.

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Making Blogging and RSS Pay Off

ACCM 2007 — Boston, MA

May 21st, 2007

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Hear it right from the horses’ mouths, i.e. those who have actually made their blogs and RSS feeds pay in real dollars. Steve Spangler Science, for example, attributes 13% of all online sales to their blog. Hear the secrets of how they garner qualified traffic from the search engines, uncover the pitfalls and hazards, and learn what resources are required to do it properly.

Moderator:
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts

Panelists:
Steve Spangler, CEO, Steve Spangler Science Inc.
Pinny Gniwisch, Founder & EVP Marketing, Ice.com

Blog Marketing 2.0

May 3rd, 2007

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Originally published in WebProNews

Mike McDonald of WebProNews interviewed our very own Stephan Spencer at SES in San Francisco earlier this month, on May 3 2007. This 6.5 minute interview with Stephan and Mike discusses the insider secrets to blog marketing.

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The Need for Feeds: Understanding RSS & Blog Marketing

Web 2.0 Expo — San Francisco, CA

April 18th, 2007

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This session will cover how to use blogs and RSS feeds as user-driven marketing platforms to enhance and improve content publishing and syndication. Panelists will discuss how blogs and RSS marketing can be used to enable access to any web site, device, content platform, or application; and enable users to consume content in whatever form they desire and whenever they want. Learn the best tips, tools, and techniques to optimize content delivery via blogs and RSS for maximum reach and effectiveness. Find out how RSS marketing can be used to increase organic search opportunities, and how blogs and feed metrics are collected and analyzed.

Moderator:
Niall Kennedy, Principal, Hat Trick Media

Panelists:
Bill Flitter, Founder and VP of Marketing, Pheedo
Don Loeb, FeedBurner
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts


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