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hy Privacy Is The Internet’s Most User-Friendly Feature

Via Christian Stewart | @stewofkc Privacy policies protect companies legally. They tell consumers how the company collects, stores and uses their data. Unfortunately, these privacy policies aren’t negotiable — to use the service users have to agree to the policy in its whole. Privacy policies offer transparency, but not control. Read full article

How Long is the Perfect Blog Post?

Via Dominic Jeff | @DominicJeff78 The ideal length of a blog post will, to an extent, depend on why you are writing it. Is its primary purpose SEO or social media engagement? Do you want to drive sales or gather backlinks? Does your writing seek to provide detailed knowledge, or entertainment? Read full article

5 Ways to Carve Out a Top Spot in Google Search Results

Via Phil Frost | @pcfrost Everyone wants their website to be on the first page of Google’s search results pages (SERPs). Since 95% of all clicks are made on the first page, it makes sense. Knowing this doesn’t really help you, though. What you really need to know is how to get your site ranked on the first page of Google’s search results for as many...

Signal launches CVMC energy kiosk

It's not very often Signal projects get their own launch party, but it'll happen tomorrow. Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) will unveil an interactive energy kiosk that graphically displays CVMC’s energy usage and costs in a real-time dashboard developed by Signal's Scott Jeter. The kiosk will also help staff, homeowners, tenants and businesses...

Small Business SEO: How to Implement SEO for Small Businesses

Via Diana Ford | @diana__ford Small business SEO is not as straightforward as it sounds — it could even turn out to be the most difficult form of promoting your business online. But the right SEO can give your small business a better chance of getting strong organic search visibility, and that’s huge. Read full article

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