Google Publicity Tactics
Want to find articles about yourself or your company on Google?
You’ve probably done the obvious — type your name!
Here’s the real tip, from Bette Price, author of numerous books on management and leadership and a member of PR LEADS since virtually day one:
Type your name and the word “article” like
Bette Price article
It helps Google to deliver a more targeted search.
I’ve also found that authors can find articles easier when they search for the name of their books. Just type the title, not your name. This is really great for people with fairly common names. Instead of seeing links to people with similar appearing names and other junk, you get the references to your book in seconds!
I hope this help you find your articles faster!
Your Fearless PR LEADER
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