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onsdag den 17. oktober 2012

Parodi på Facebook reklame film:

Facebook er som et toilet!


Hvis du ikke har set en originale film, der bliver parodidieret, er den her:

tirsdag den 10. juli 2012

How Google Measures 'High Quality' Content
Since Google's Pengiun update was released, the pressue's been on for websites to produce high-quality content so as to not be penalized in the search rankings. But how exactly doesGoogle define high quality? Here, Search Engine Land editor Danny Sullivan explains the factors search engines consider when analyzing the content on your site.

torsdag den 5. april 2012

Want to be found in searches on LinkedIn?

As a job seeker, you want to consistently show up in search results for candidates with your set of qualifications, ideally higher than other candidates, which is often called LinkedIn SEO or improving your LinkedIn search rank. And, you want to stand out from the other candidates and engage the interest of the recruiters so they click on your profile snapshot to learn more and, eventually, to get to your full profile information.

The right keywords
If you want to be found by recruiters on LinkedIn, it is important that you implement the right keywords in your LinkedIn profile.
What is important in terms of keywords is that you identify the right keywords. So you should familiarize yourself with what words a recruiter want to search for when he / she is searching for you.

How to prepare
Find out which words or job descriptions that are typically used within your industry. Look at job listings for positions that match what you're after. Compare then the various ads and find out which words or job descriptions are used the most - and then customize your LinkedIn profile so that the most frequently used job titles appear in your profile.

You may have included IT consultant in your LinkedIn profile. After research among job online, you might find the other names for the same type of job, such as Microsoft consultant, IT management, Project Manager, Senior IT Developer, Sales Representative, etc. Other frequently used words in job ads might be: an experienced, proactive, independent, competent, etc.
Compare the results of your research and find out the 5-6 most common job titles that are used in job advertisements.

Insert job titles in the right places
Once you find out which job titles are commonly used in your industry, it is important to incorporate them into your profile - and in the right places.
The 1-2 main keywords or jobtitles should be your headline. A headline could be, for example "Experienced and talented Project Manager with Social Media competencies."
Another thing that counts in the search is job titles. When writing about your past and current positions, you should use what you discovered in your research.
Additionally, you can also write keywords in your Summary and Specialties, although it is not weighted as highly.


  • Your profile must be 100% "complete," at LinkedIn standards. Knowing your completion percentage, go to "Edit profile" and see what can be specified in the "Profile Completeness" box in the right column.
  • Ensure that the "industry" choice on top of your profile is linked to the job you want  - not the job you had.
  • Include a detailed work history, with clear job descriptions and well-written job descriptions that describe both your responsibilities and your main findings.
  • Avoid using slashes between critical keywords, for example, "sales / marketing." LinkedIn's search technology does not always recognize the two words separately. Instead, use a comma with a space or one of those fancy vertical slashes with spaces, like "sale |. Marketing"
Thomas Helgesen

onsdag den 4. april 2012

Linkedin på trappene med ny opdatering

Værktøj på vej til at skabe overblik over potentielt interessante "connections"

LinkedIn har i denne uge opdateret en central funktion, der nu producerer personlige forslag til mennesker, du måske kender og ønsker at "connecte" med.

"People you may know"-værktøjet, som var blevet placeret i øverste højre hjørne af skærmen, når du logger ind, viser tre potentielle "connections". I de næste par uger, vil LinkedIn udrulle et mere omfattende version, der gør det en hel del lettere at finde nye "connections" 

Den nye  "People you may know" funktion er i øjeblikket i beta. Den bruger en LinkedIn algoritme, der tager hensyn til faktorer såsom dit eksisterende netværk, tidligere arbejdspladser, og hvor du har gået i skole, til at producere en kategoriseret portefølje af potentielle "connections".

Hvis funktionen ikke er rullet ud til dig endnu, kan du stadig afprøve det nye LinkedIn  "People you may know" værktøj. http://www.linkedin.com/people/pymk
Når du besøger siden, vil du bemærke en række ikoner i toppen - det er det netværk, som LinkedIn algoritmen har bestemt, du måtte have som mulige "connections". Du kan klikke på +-symbolet for at udvide for at se alle i dine netværk.

Thomas Helgesen

onsdag den 28. marts 2012

5 Social Media Tips for Finding and Engaging Your Target Audience: New Research

Do you know where your customers and prospects spend time online?
Marketers have long relied on market research to determine where to spend their advertising dollars on television, radio and print advertisements.
In the last few years, research organizations have begun providing intelligence on how consumers behave on social networks.
The following article is based on new social media research studies.

mandag den 26. marts 2012

Knights, Pirates, Trees Flock to Facebook

Mascots and Other Embodiments of Corporations Make a Comeback in Order to Tweet and Interac BySUZANNE VRANICA


10 Steps to Learn More about Facebook marketing

With the latest predictions that the number of active Facebook users will reach 1 billion in 2012, some CEO and marketing managers may be wondering; why just jump in?
Brilliant post from Rune Haugestad - worth reading