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Hi Lyceum, you're welcome. Thanks for the question. Actually, the infographic on the article page speaks to the time zones, and the data sources. (As an aside, the article itself additionally explains why this data was deemed most trustworthy.) Hope it helps."
Hi again. Do note that the true "best times" are actually based on your following, not on any external data. If you have a following, remember to base your timing on that. (But still experiment with other times here and there, because you never know who may be online!) Take care. :}"
No idea if this went through before - forgive if this is a dupe. Yes, I know that... hence all the statistics in the article that support this, for instance, the section: How Your Users Feel: 10 Tweetable Statistics on the Importance of Mobile-Optimized Websites Have you read it? ?"
Hi Lyceum. Yes, local SEO also works for international businesses. The key is simply to target your immediate region -- or to choose a not-so-immediate region to target -- as opposed to attempting to target an entire country or locale. For instance, a small business in London might begin with "Westminster florists" as opposed to "London florists," but they certainly wouldn't normally target "florists in England," as that's too large a region to be effective. Note: I know nothing about England or its regions, so please forgive if the above was a silly targeting example. Sorry for the delay in my response. I do wish this site automatically subscribed authors to their article comments. Or if there's an option for that, I haven't run across it. :) -Harmony M."
Oh, jeepers. I am sucking so totally bad at responding in a timely manner. Sorry. ;( I'm not quite sure what you're asking. Determining the top sites/directories we submit each client site to? If so, a combination of Google (really), Alexa, and a PR checker (prchecker.info). -HM"
@Heather, honestly I'm thinking the same thing as well. Only time will tell, but I haven't heard anything contrary to our current "freedom," so let's keep thinking positively. ;) @Sian, I'm so glad I could help -- awesome. It's what I'm here for. ** ADDENDUM: I'll also add that I've seen a number of users size their header photos directly at 520x260 with no ill effects. I imagine Twitter is recommending the larger size mentioned in the article for the larger screens of today's gargantuan devices, and I see no reason not to follow the sizing tip direct from the source. Just wanted to throw that out there in case you decide to experiment, for instance if the larger size of your particular header photo design doesn't look good on common devices (tablet/iPad, smartphone, 'puter). Thank you both for your comments. I'm happy to be on BizSugar. The only "bad" thing about it is it makes me want to feed my sweet tooth IMMEDIATELY as soon as I come here, post here, think about the site... as if I need any encouragement, ~LOL."
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