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100 Inspirational Online Marketing Quotes Part 2

51. Word of mouth can be as important, if not more important, for neighborhood businesses as traditional advertising. — Ekaterina Walter

52. Empower your readers with social sharing buttons. — Mike Stelzner

53. The best marketing doesn’t feel like marketing. — Tom Fishburne

54. Content is not king, but a president elected by the votes of those whom it aims to rule. — Raheel Farooq

55. Create a link through which you can market your dream products. Create a blog or a website of your own depending on what you want to be recognized for. Share your experiences through these media. — Israelmore Ayivor

56. The social media web is a very noisy one indeed and making sure that you are heard requires you to shout more effectively, rather than louder. — David Amerland

57. The objective is not to “make your links appear natural”; the objective is that your links are natural. — Matt Cutts

58. I don’t want to go viral, I want to set hearts on fire. — Coco J. Ginger

59. Content marketing needs to be at the heart of your SEO efforts. It has always been that way, but is even more so now because Google is so much more effective at understanding the context of content and how it is shared, etc. — Chris Bennett

60. Where the Internet is about availability of information, blogging is about making information creation available to anyone. — George Siemens

61. There are tons of different factors that go into ranking well, but the biggest is high-quality content. — David Sinick

62. What you do after you create your content is what truly counts. — Gary Vaynerchuk

63. Blogging and traditional media work together. Twitter complements traditional media. — Evan Williams

64. Making money from blogging requires you to do only two things: drive a lot traffic, then maximize the income from that traffic. — John Chow

65. Content is fire, social media is gasoline. — Jay Baer

66. I think there’s two ways to make money online. One way is by selling other people’s stuff, the other way is by selling your stuff. — Jeff Walker

67. The future of SEO is here: understanding and marketing to specific and defined audiences through search engines. — Adam Audette

68. Unfortunately, blogging generally requires a lot of work! Gaining a large readership for your business blog requires much of your attention and a big dose of patience. — Chadrack Irobogo

69. It’s a good idea to understand how to work [Bing and Google] for maximum SEO and ranking benefit. — Debra Mastaler

70. Blogging is definitely a long term grind and probably the slowest and most painstaking way to make money online. Of course without it any business will struggle to build a presence and momentum (online). — Alex Whalley

71. There are tons of different factors that go into ranking well, but the biggest is high-quality content. — David Sinick

72. Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field. — Penelope Trunk

73. Your ultimate consumers are your users, not search engines. — Google

74. Social is the way our work gets discovered. Content that is truly exceptional, unique, and useful can earn tremendous awareness through social media, and that social amplification often leads to great links, which leads to great rankings. — Rand Fishkin

75. The days of SEO being a game outsmarting algorithms are over. Today content strategy and valuable, sustainable strategies are essential, not just tricks and links. — Adam Audette

76. We should be thinking about social and search as channels that need a unified approach, because the best content should appeal to both channels and the cross-over benefits/economies of scale are potentially huge. — Will Critchlow

77. Content marketing is more than a buzzword. It is the hottest trend in marketing because it is the biggest gap between what buyers want and brands produce. — Michael Brenner

78. A company that builds a loyal social following has a built-in army to promote their content, day in and day out. That content will get shared, get links, send social signals…all of which can’t be a bad thing. — Will Reynolds

79. Everything you do has to drive content, and the rest takes care of itself. — Chris Bennett

80. Organizations who can’t match up in content creation and promotion may find themselves losing out to content marketers who learn the basics of SEO. — Rand Fishkin

81. Content is the key, because it’s how a website creates an online experience. — Adam Audette

82. Content comes in many forms; we tend to think of written content when the term is used, but the reality is, video and image content can be more useful when it comes to influencing search and social results. — Debra Mastaler

83. Integrating your online marketing efforts is all about breaking down silos and delivering amazing results. Social and SEO marketers are a big part of this. — Jim Yu

84. Integrating your search and social efforts brings better brand visibility and higher conversion rates. — Jim Yu

85. The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust. — Jason Calacanis

86. People will come to your site because you have good compelling content. You need to hit it from all angles: blog posts, articles, graphs, data, infographics, interactive content — even short pictures when you tweet. — Chris Bennett

87. It’s a good idea to understand how to work [Bing and Google] for maximum SEO and ranking benefit. — Debra Mastaler

88. Here’s the thing: the term ‘content marketing’ is just a rebranding of what good digital marketers already know and have been acting on for years. — Marshall Simmonds

89. The first thing you need to decide when you build your blog is what you want to accomplish with it, and what it can do if successful. — Ron Dawson

90. Stay focused on creating engaging content experiences and impress visitors with thoughtful usability, making their job (answering their question) easier. — Duane Forrester

91. Successful blogging is not about one time hits. It’s about building a loyal following over time. — David Aston

92. It is no coincidence that the increasing focus on content marketing closely follows the significant Google algorithmic changes aiming to give users a better search experience. — Jim Yu

93. Even the best SEOs are not magicians. They can’t simply place a site at the top of the engines when there are hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of others that offer basically the same thing, and provide basically the same information. If they could, you’d see a whole lot more millionaire SEOs. — Jill Whalen

94. Content Marketing has become the catalyst that fuels search and social media activity. — Jim Yu

95. Search engine optimizers are the future’s most successful real estate tycoons. Our formidable capabilities have provided us with an incredible opportunity to gather great viewers at an inexpensive cost. — Brian Provost

96. Search engine optimization plays a major role in the language of the World Wide Web as a noun, verb and adjective. — Todd Malicoat

97. Google only loves you when everyone else loves you first. — Wendy Piersall

98. SEO gets the visitor to the door. It’s up to your site’s content to welcome and retain that visitor. — John I

99. Selling to people through social media is like going to a party, meeting somebody for the first time, and then saying, “Hey, do you want to buy this Tupperware?” — Pat Flynn

100. Good SEO work only gets better over time. It’s only search engine tricks that need to keep changing when the ranking algorithms change. — Jill Whalen

100 Inspirational Online Marketing Quotes Part 2

100 Inspirational Online Marketing Quotes Part 2

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51. Word of mouth can be as important, if not more important, for neighborhood businesses as traditional advertising. — Ekaterina Walter

52. Empower your readers with social sharing buttons. — Mike Stelzner

53. The best marketing doesn’t feel like marketing. — Tom Fishburne

54. Content is not king, but a president elected by the votes of those whom it aims to rule. — Raheel Farooq

55. Create a link through which you can market your dream products. Create a blog or a website of your own depending on what you want to be recognized for. Share your experiences through these media. — Israelmore Ayivor

56. The social media web is a very noisy one indeed and making sure that you are heard requires you to shout more effectively, rather than louder. — David Amerland

57. The objective is not to “make your links appear natural”; the objective is that your links are natural. — Matt Cutts

58. I don’t want to go viral, I want to set hearts on fire. — Coco J. Ginger

59. Content marketing needs to be at the heart of your SEO efforts. It has always been that way, but is even more so now because Google is so much more effective at understanding the context of content and how it is shared, etc. — Chris Bennett

60. Where the Internet is about availability of information, blogging is about making information creation available to anyone. — George Siemens

61. There are tons of different factors that go into ranking well, but the biggest is high-quality content. — David Sinick

62. What you do after you create your content is what truly counts. — Gary Vaynerchuk

63. Blogging and traditional media work together. Twitter complements traditional media. — Evan Williams

64. Making money from blogging requires you to do only two things: drive a lot traffic, then maximize the income from that traffic. — John Chow

65. Content is fire, social media is gasoline. — Jay Baer

66. I think there’s two ways to make money online. One way is by selling other people’s stuff, the other way is by selling your stuff. — Jeff Walker

67. The future of SEO is here: understanding and marketing to specific and defined audiences through search engines. — Adam Audette

68. Unfortunately, blogging generally requires a lot of work! Gaining a large readership for your business blog requires much of your attention and a big dose of patience. — Chadrack Irobogo

69. It’s a good idea to understand how to work [Bing and Google] for maximum SEO and ranking benefit. — Debra Mastaler

70. Blogging is definitely a long term grind and probably the slowest and most painstaking way to make money online. Of course without it any business will struggle to build a presence and momentum (online). — Alex Whalley

71. There are tons of different factors that go into ranking well, but the biggest is high-quality content. — David Sinick

72. Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field. — Penelope Trunk

73. Your ultimate consumers are your users, not search engines. — Google

74. Social is the way our work gets discovered. Content that is truly exceptional, unique, and useful can earn tremendous awareness through social media, and that social amplification often leads to great links, which leads to great rankings. — Rand Fishkin

75. The days of SEO being a game outsmarting algorithms are over. Today content strategy and valuable, sustainable strategies are essential, not just tricks and links. — Adam Audette

76. We should be thinking about social and search as channels that need a unified approach, because the best content should appeal to both channels and the cross-over benefits/economies of scale are potentially huge. — Will Critchlow

77. Content marketing is more than a buzzword. It is the hottest trend in marketing because it is the biggest gap between what buyers want and brands produce. — Michael Brenner

78. A company that builds a loyal social following has a built-in army to promote their content, day in and day out. That content will get shared, get links, send social signals…all of which can’t be a bad thing. — Will Reynolds

79. Everything you do has to drive content, and the rest takes care of itself. — Chris Bennett

80. Organizations who can’t match up in content creation and promotion may find themselves losing out to content marketers who learn the basics of SEO. — Rand Fishkin

81. Content is the key, because it’s how a website creates an online experience. — Adam Audette

82. Content comes in many forms; we tend to think of written content when the term is used, but the reality is, video and image content can be more useful when it comes to influencing search and social results. — Debra Mastaler

83. Integrating your online marketing efforts is all about breaking down silos and delivering amazing results. Social and SEO marketers are a big part of this. — Jim Yu

84. Integrating your search and social efforts brings better brand visibility and higher conversion rates. — Jim Yu

85. The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust. — Jason Calacanis

86. People will come to your site because you have good compelling content. You need to hit it from all angles: blog posts, articles, graphs, data, infographics, interactive content — even short pictures when you tweet. — Chris Bennett

87. It’s a good idea to understand how to work [Bing and Google] for maximum SEO and ranking benefit. — Debra Mastaler

88. Here’s the thing: the term ‘content marketing’ is just a rebranding of what good digital marketers already know and have been acting on for years. — Marshall Simmonds

89. The first thing you need to decide when you build your blog is what you want to accomplish with it, and what it can do if successful. — Ron Dawson

90. Stay focused on creating engaging content experiences and impress visitors with thoughtful usability, making their job (answering their question) easier. — Duane Forrester

91. Successful blogging is not about one time hits. It’s about building a loyal following over time. — David Aston

92. It is no coincidence that the increasing focus on content marketing closely follows the significant Google algorithmic changes aiming to give users a better search experience. — Jim Yu

93. Even the best SEOs are not magicians. They can’t simply place a site at the top of the engines when there are hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of others that offer basically the same thing, and provide basically the same information. If they could, you’d see a whole lot more millionaire SEOs. — Jill Whalen

94. Content Marketing has become the catalyst that fuels search and social media activity. — Jim Yu

95. Search engine optimizers are the future’s most successful real estate tycoons. Our formidable capabilities have provided us with an incredible opportunity to gather great viewers at an inexpensive cost. — Brian Provost

96. Search engine optimization plays a major role in the language of the World Wide Web as a noun, verb and adjective. — Todd Malicoat

97. Google only loves you when everyone else loves you first. — Wendy Piersall

98. SEO gets the visitor to the door. It’s up to your site’s content to welcome and retain that visitor. — John I

99. Selling to people through social media is like going to a party, meeting somebody for the first time, and then saying, “Hey, do you want to buy this Tupperware?” — Pat Flynn

100. Good SEO work only gets better over time. It’s only search engine tricks that need to keep changing when the ranking algorithms change. — Jill Whalen

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