StayOnSearch - Educational Search Marketing Blog

Blogging at StayOnSearch, an Educational Search Marketing Blog

It’s been over 1 month since I last posted here. It feels like it’s been more than a year. Suffice it to say, I have not been practicing what I preach on a weekly basis with respect to content creation and blogging here at RBeale.com.  Well, I’m back and pleased to announce that you can find me blogging at StayOnSearch, an educational search marketing blog.

Mark Thompson, StayOnSearch StayOnSearch was created by Mark Thompson, President of Search Creatively, an Internet Marketing Company.   In Mark’s words:

StayOnSearch is a great educational resource for any company or professional engaged in Search Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Web Analytics and more.  You will find guides, how to’s, tips and tricks, latest trends, news, and reviews related to Search Marketing.

Check out my first few Blog Posts at StayOnSearch

  1. Top 5 Blackberry Apps For Internet Marketing: Blackberry smartphones have become an afterthought for internet marketers with the invention of the iPhone and Android.  This post is for internet marketers that use blackberry smartphones.
  2. Google’s Ad Rank Ecosystem: How Does It Work?: Have you ever wondered how Google ranks advertisements when you perform a search on their search engine? This post aims to clarify that question.
  3. How To Start A Google AdWords Campaign: Tutorial on starting a Google AdWords PPC campaign.
  4. How Professional SEOs Get Inbound Links:  Professional SEOs create educational content in the form of infographics that generate buzz.  These infographics are then used on websites, blogs and are shared on social media with links back to their website.

HubSpot Update! HubSpot Moved!

Some exciting personal news to share:  HubSpot Headquarters is no longer 1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA at the Cambridge Innovation Center.  Friday, July 23rd marks the end of an era for HubSpot as our Inbound Marketing Software and Education Company.  Since mid-2006, when HubSpot launched, 1 Broadway in Cambridge was home.  4 years have passed and the company has grown from 3 to over 180 employees, promting the next logical phase for a growth company, move to an office that can accommodate such growth.  Beginning Monday, July 26th, HubSpot HQ will call “The DavenPort” at 25 First Street Cambridge, MA home.

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  • http://www.adrianbold.com Adrian

    I find it incredibly difficult to maintain constant blogging on my personal site so can totally relate Ryan. Anyway, something is better than nothing!

    • http://rbeale.com RBeale

      Hi Adrian,

      Thanks for commenting! I need to post here more frequently for sure. I hope all is well at Impact Media!

    • http://digitalsdental.com Tora Markotas

      but there is a rule for personal blogging. No Racist and No provocation words :)

      • http://www.adrianbold.com Adrian

        Tora – you replied to my comment but why say what you have? Just wondering what triggered that.

      • http://PATEKPHILLIPECALATRAVA.COM Yori McKnick

        we do not understand what are you said.

  • http://www.adrianbold.com Adrian

    I find it incredibly difficult to maintain constant blogging on my personal site so can totally relate Ryan. Anyway, something is better than nothing!

    • http://digitalsdental.com Tora Markotas

      but there is a rule for personal blogging. No Racist and No provocation words :)

      • http://www.adrianbold.com Adrian

        Tora – you replied to my comment but why say what you have? Just wondering what triggered that.

      • http://PATEKPHILLIPECALATRAVA.COM Yori McKnick

        we do not understand what are you said.

  • http://rbeale.com RBeale

    Hi Adrian,

    Thanks for commenting! I need to post here more frequently for sure. I hope all is well at Impact Media!

  • http://realregcurereviews.com/ Ed Hartlet

    I too can relate. I can see how joining a community based site, such as you have done, might be more motivating to produce content. When it’s just you and a blog, you can lose some of that positive peer pressure.

  • http://realregcurereviews.com/ Ed Hartlet

    I too can relate. I can see how joining a community based site, such as you have done, might be more motivating to produce content. When it’s just you and a blog, you can lose some of that positive peer pressure.