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May 23, 2015

Forget Fake Followers: iBoomMedia.com Acquires Real Social Media Following

Forget Fake Followers: iBoomMedia.com Acquires Real Social Media Following

Aug 23, 2014

Free SEO Tools To Go Viral

Free SEO Tools To Go Viral

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is very important when it comes to getting your blog/website ranked higher in search engines.

I would Like to thank IBoom Media social media marketing company for really getting my brand out there.

 This is very helpful when you want your blog to receive more targeted traffic. I have gathered a list of my top 8 FREE tools and services for SEO to help you out with your blog/website.

This tool is free and very useful for bloggers because it allows you to enter a search term for your URL and it will show if you rank in the top 50 in search results. You can choose from different search engines such as Google, MSN/Bing, and Yahoo. It is free to use but users with a free membership are limited to 5 rank searches.

This tool allows you to measure the strength of pages, blogs, and entire domains based on factors to popularity, influence and ranking ability. You will receive a % score and can compare your site/blog to others in the same type of category. You can also go further into detail and check the stats of each service. This will give you an idea on where you need to improve with your website or blog and where you still need to submit to for better results.

One of my favorite websites that I use for checking stats on URLs. All you do is enter your url and click “Check Domain”, and the results will be displayed. You can also choose to have an e-mail sent whenever your stats change.
Smart PageRank shows :
IBoom Media
  • Google PageRank
  • Age of domain
  • Alexa rating with graph
  • Directories the domain is listed in (DMOZ or Yahoo)
  • Total number of backlinks (Google, Yahoo, AltaVista, AllTheWeb)
  • Total number of pages indexed (Google, Yahoo, MSN, AltaVista, AllTheWeb)
  • Estimated value of website

This tool is used for checking the Google PageRank and Alexa rating of multiple domains. You can provide up to 10 domains to check, and the results are all shown at once. A very simple but useful tool.

Submit Express is a great free service for blogs or websites who haven’t submitted to search engines and want to make the job easier. This site allows you to type in your url and submit it to over 40 search engines for free. There are also a few helpful webmaster tools on their website to try out.

This plugin is used for Firefox users and delivers a powerful SEO tool for free. It is packed full of great tools and resources for webmasters. It directly pulls search engine data from Yahoo and Google.
  • PR: (Google PageRank) an estimated measure of global link authority
  • Age: age pulled from Archive.org, shows the first time a page was indexed by Archive.org’s spider. The theory is that if Archive.org found a page so did many of the major search engines.
  • Links: (Yahoo! linkdomain) shows a rough estimate of the total number of links pointing at a domain
  • .edu Link: (Yahoo! .edu linkdomain ) shows a rough estimate of the total number of .edu links pointing at a domain
  • .edu Page Link: (Yahoo! .edu link ) shows a rough estimate of the total number of .edu links pointing at a specific page
  • .gov Link: (Yahoo! .gov linkdomain ) shows a rough estimate of the total number of .gov links pointing at a domain
  • Page Links: (Yahoo! link) shows a rough estimate of the total number of links pointing at a page
  • del.icio.us: number of times a URL has been bookmarked on Del.icio.us. Heavily skewed toward techy / Web 2.0 stuff.
  • Technorati: an estimate of the total number of links to a site from blogs
  • Alexa: rank based on website traffic . Heavily skewed toward internet marketing and webmaster related resources.
  • Cached: (Google site:) shows how many pages from a site are indexed in Google
  • dmoz: searches the Google Directory to count the total number of pages from a site that are listed in DMOZ, and the total number of pages listed in DMOZ that reference that URL.
  • Bloglines: shows you how many people are subscribed to a particular blog via Bloglines.
  • dir.yahoo.com: is a site listed in the Yahoo! Directory or not.
  • WhoIs: makes it easy to look up the whois data for any site.

SEO Chat offers a huge list of free tools such as :
  • Adsense Calculator
  • Advanced Meta Tag Generator
  • Alexa Rank Comparison Tool
  • CPM Calculator
  • Domain Age Check
  • Google Keyword Suggestions
  • Google vs Yahoo
  • Keyword Density
  • Keyword Optimizer
  • Link Popularity
  • Meta Analyzer
  • Robots.txt Generator
  • URL Redirect Check
  • And many more!

Free analytics tool for Google users, which displays detailed information based on traffic and website content. You can view which pages get viewed the most, where your traffic comes from, amount of time visitors spend on your site, bounce rate, and basically everything you need to track your website stats.
This list of tools and services should keep you busy for a while and will be of great help for those wanting to learn and improve SEO. If you have found this list helpful, be sure to share it with others who could use the free tips!

Using these tools I was able to have the top post for search term viral traffic using gplus


IBoom Media for much more info.

IBoom Media

Jun 29, 2014

How To Master Google

 How To Master Google

Justin Matthew

This article will be very short. 

These 8 articles result in 4,400 views a day every single day.

I let the proof speak for itself.

Get On The Popular Page On Instagram
237 million results 4th spot

  Going Viral ON Gplus

  3 of the top 7 out of 42 million
     How To Get Viral Traffic Using Gplus
     Oh Wow The Entire Page!
   Making Money On Fiverr Twice Number 1
         Secrets To Instagram
        60 million 9th Spot
       How To Count Total Social Media Shares Of An Article 
       231 Million results
      4th Spot
                  Top 8 Free SEO Tools
                 13 million
                 1st spot after ads
                 Free SEO Tools Viral
                 1st Spot after ads
Thx to IBOOM Media For all the SEO/Social Media team. Best in the country.!

How You Can Get 10 Million Views On YouTube Using Pinterest

 How You Can Get 10 Million Views On YouTube Using Pinterest

Ever wonder how some Youtubers always go viral....and I am talking EVERY SINGLE TIME!!?

Well as I was business manager of one of the largest channels in the world for nearly 3 years I can offer you some tips.

If you think you are simply going to upload a video of you and your buddy shooting each other with a potato gun and it is the next big thing on the internet you might as well pack it up.

 View Video    2.5 million Views

What I am about to share with you is simply 2% of the overall work involved to help get the edge over everyone else and possibly hit the front page of Youtube or get on the front page of Reddit.

You see while I was business manager I was also the social media manger and writer. So it was my job to come up with the perfect title, keywords and make CERTAIN that once that video was uploaded it was everywhere on the net.

WHY? The more places you post it the more chance you have for it to be found then shared so on and so forth.

Not to long ago we did a 6 piece set on one of our smaller channels HOUSEHOLDGAMER which at the time only had 25,000 subs. Keep in mind HOUSEHOLDHACKER has 2.5 million subs.

So we didn't have the automatic firepower to go viral.

This is one example of what you can do to help get that extra push!

 View Video
 1.3 million Views

So if you don't have Pinterest by now number 1...WHAT ARE YOU DOING!!! Pinterest has brought us at least a few million views lifetime maybe 20 million. 

I remember 1 particular video was repinned 4,000 times and had 1,300 likes it roughly equated to 800,000 views. SO GET PINTEREST!

This is a small example of what I am talking about

Follow IBoom Media's board Social Media Tips on Pinterest.

We did a 6 video SkyRim set that ended up getting 10 million views on a channel that had 30,000 subs at the time. A big part of that was using Pinterest (and many other networks) to help launch those videos right off the bat.

Be sure once you upload you Pin, Post to Reddit, Embed in a blog, Tweet, Post to Google+, share to your Facebook page, post to LinkedIn, Scoop-it heck even Stumbleupon DON'T HOLD BACK!

Take a look below for yourself and never underestimate a single network. With all the competition these days you need to use every network you can! GL

I would like to thank IBoom Media for all the back office support and SEO/Social Media teamwork on all our projects. If you are ever in need IBOOM is the company to see.!

I wish you luck in finding social media success like I have!

Justin Matthew
Partner IBoom Media

Jun 27, 2014

What Makes A Good Social Media Post

Everyone knows that social media is very dynamic. It can be a struggle to keep up with all the different social networks. Developing current posts that provoke engagement is something many people have a hard time with. You probably know the feeling of excitement after creating what you think is a perfect post, and then the frustration that comes when nobody likes, comments, or shares it. 

Well don't worry- those days are over. At iBoom Media our team has lots of experience with making social media posts that work. You can let iBoom handle the tediousness of making your posts. Under the direction of Justin Matthew, a social media pioneer, iBoom Media knows what it takes to make a great Social Media Post. I'll go through and show you some Instagram examples of what makes a good social media post. These examples are from one of our clients, AddieUP. 

Funny Content Can Make Good Social Media Posts

Let's face it, everyone likes a laugh. This post in particular got 270 likes. Here's why:
  • Everyone likes a good fail pic. Makes us feel less stupid.
  • If someone is scrolling through their feed, and you can get them to chuckle, you'll usually get a "like".
  • Pictures that point out things, in this case the red circles, usually draw some attention. It makes people stop scrolling through their feed to figure out what is being pointed out.

Company Posts

Usually people follow you for a reason. They have an interest in your company. This is especially true with followers found by iBoom Media. iBoom targets people with specific interests in your company or products. This post generated 73 likes and 42 comments! Reasons for success:

  • Content is about the product. People like the product and want to know more.
  • It has good tags.
  • The text with the post includes info about a deal going on for people to save money.

Current Event Posts

People like to see things about what is going on currently. News posts or posts about current events tend to do pretty well. Here's why this post got 249 likes:
  • The FIFA World Cup is a huge event. While it is going on, everyone is talking about it.
  • The text with the post is brief and asks a question to provoke engagement.
  • The timing was right. It was during the first week of the World Cup.

Showing Your Company is Involved

Showing your company is involved in the community or current events will usually generate some interest and engagement. This post got 74 likes and 29 comments! Reasons why this post did well:
  • It was about the Kentucky Derby, a current event.
  • The text explained that the company was a part of the event.
  • Being sure to respond promptly to comments usually generates more

Inspirational Posts

Inspirational posts, motivational posts, or anything that can make people say "awwwwe" tend to generate some engagement. This post got 252 likes! Reasons for success:
  • People like things that inspire and motivate. Images with text usually do well for this genre.
  • This post had good tags and the text that went with it included a coupon code.
  • Make sure the inspiration/motivation has to do with your business/product. AddieUP deals with focus and energy, so it related.

The Bottom Line

These are just a few examples in just one of the social networks iBoom Media handles. They handle all the posts, getting followers, responding to questions, and more. If you want to see your business take over the world of social media, let iBoom Media be your tool to do it. iBoom creates and maintains accounts for your business on Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest to name a few. Let iBoom Media take care of your social media, and your posts can start getting the interaction you need to help your business take off!

Also see How to get Hundreds Of Thousands Of Social Media Shares On Your Blog!



Jun 13, 2014

The World Cup's Effect On Social Media

Use the World Cup to Your Advantage on Social Media

Best Social Network Company

So, it's time for the World Cup! You and hundreds of millions of people share the excitement. However, you should also be excited for the impact it is having on social media! The World Cup is generating more comments than the Super Bowl or the Sochi Winter Olympics. It is the biggest event in social media history! This is due to the way the world communicates. Four years ago during the last World Cup, Instagram didn't even exist and other social networks were not nearly as big as they are today. With all the changes in the way the world is using social media, it is hard to keep up. iBoom Media is the best social network company out there, and they can help make sure your company stays ahead of the game.

Top Social Network Company

Much like the World Cup is the biggest sporting event in social media history, iBoom Media is the best social network company in social media history! Let by social media pioneer Justin Matthew, iBoom has the experience and tools to make your company a demanding presence in the social media world. iBoom knows how to use interaction opportunities like the World Cup to get people talking about your business. Check out their website http://iboommedia.com to see why they are the best social network company.

Jun 10, 2014

Justin Matthew Evolving to Best Social Network Company

#1 Social Network Company

The world of Social Media is evolving.  Constant change makes it difficult to thrive in Social Media.  Luckily, Justin Matthew (a pioneer in social network) has evolved to a new company: IBoom Media http://iboommedia.com

Led by Justin, IBoom has gone straight to the top social network company.  The experts at http://iboommedia.com use countless social media tools and methods to make their clients have a powerful presence in social media.  

Best Social Network Company

Justin Matthew is the world record holder on circle count (google+ coming in at #3).  He also has experience as a manager of one of the top YouTube corporations and all of their social media.  He has taken this knowledge and experience to create the #1 social network company IBoom Media http://iboommedia.com 

Top Social Network Company

If you or your company are floundering in the ever changing world of social media, there is only one choice. IBoom http://iboommedia.com is the best social network company you will find. 
IBoom has risen to be the top social network company out there.  With the know-how of a social media pioneer like Justin Matthew heading the company, working with IBoom http://iboommedia.com is the chance of a lifetime for your company.  It is no wonder that IBoom is the #1 social network company.  Find out for yourself what makes IBoom the best social network company http://iboommedia.com

Apr 8, 2014

How To Count Total Social Media Shares of An Article

How To Count Total Social Media Shares of An Article

Justin Matthew

Well, there are several tools available online that will help you in counting your article’s social share among many popular social networks and bookmarking website. 


Shared Content is the most popular service bloggers, internet marketers and advertisers use to track performance of their article, review and campaign on social network. 

This web tool is very simple and easy to use. All you need to do is just enter your webpage’s URL to the search-box provided at 

This tool will automatically scan the URL at various social networks and tell you how much shares, tweets, +1, etc. your article got.

It tells Facebook likes, shares, comments, Twitter tweets, Google+ +1s, LinkedIn shares, Pinterest Pins, Delicious and StumbleUpon bookmarks.

 How Many Shares

How Many Shares is another similar web tool that lets you to check out social popularity of any webpage by entering its URL.

When you enter URL of any article at the provided text-box, How Many Shares open a pop-up window telling you how many Facebook Likes,Facebook Shares, Facebook Comments, Twitter Tweets, Google+ +1s, LinkedIn Shares, Stumbles, Delicious bookmarking has been done for the article/URL.

Here are my results for my main domain (http://www.jmhhacker.com) you can do it for each article.

 Share Tally

Very powerful. In comparison to other social shares counting tools, it provides social share statistics from many other services, while telling you social shares from most popular social media and bookmarking websites too.

Facebook, Google+, Twitter, StumbleUpon shares, you can also check shares on Reddit, Buffer, Scoop.it, Hackers News, Pocket,  and many other services.

 Mercenie Social Share Count v1.0

Another very simple though powerful service to count social share of a website.

This service covers very few but all important social media platform and bookmarking websites that you are primarily concern about.

Just enter your article’s URL and click on “Check” button, Mercenie Social Share Count will automatically count your article’s activity on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Reddit, StumbleUpon and Delicious.

Also use Mercenie /seo/moz-checker/ for Domain Authority, Page authority and more.

Enjoy these tools as I have and it will show you where you need to improve!

Apr 6, 2014

How To Gain 1,000 Google+ Followers

How To Gain 1,000 Google+ Followers

If you have been included in my Snowballcircle in the past then you already know that over time you will gain thousands of new followers on google+.

For example take a look at this one

The Most Reshared Circle In Google+ History

Take a look at the ripples

View this Link Click the play button

From the circle above I gained 2800 followers in 1 week.

Now you have a chance to see the same action below is my newest circleshare. In 1 week I will be adding everyone that added, plussed, reshared and commented.

Once you are in you stay in. What is the value of 1,000 followers? What about 5,000?

Well don't worry about it just follow the simple instructions be added for free!

The circle already has over 110 reshares so the next one will be even bigger. I will be doing the next share in 6 days. So take action!

Also as seen below my profile is ranked 166 all time in Cream Of The Crop


SO this is a good family of circles to be a part of.


How to Get Viral Traffic to Your Blog

How to Get Viral Traffic to Your Blog

It all starts with the“Perfect Pin.”Interest is very different than Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

It took a few months of trial and error, but  finally realized I needed a marketing plan specific to Pinterest and its unique set of users. 

Pinterest users have a different psychology when pinning than
when they are posting on the other social media platforms. You have to tell your story differently than you would on Facebook or Twitter.

In my first experiments I set out to design pins that would generate the most interest, and we focused on how to push/promote it across the Pinterest landscape to drive massive amounts of traffic back to
our target websites.


Is the top converting social media site, with 50% higher conversion rates

Drives more traffic to your website
Has more than 2.5 billion page views a month
Has 70 million users and is gaining international

In 2013, studies showed that Pinterest interest Marketing” has become something of a buzzword in the industry. 

The Perfect, Traffic-Driving Pin

There had to be some kind of theory or technique behind the perfect pin—something that made one pin a total success, while another would be lost minutes after hitting the boards.

My strategy

Meaning: you can use these secrets yourself to help your pins stand out in the Pinterest feed, get tons of repins, and send thousands of new visitors to your site.


Only things that are “remarkable”  in some way
will be spread to others. 

Do you think your pins are falling into this category?

There are two main takeaways from this concept:

First, present the content of your pin as a Hot pink aligator. Make it
something that people don’t see every day—something that makes
them stop and say: “Look at that! I must tell all my friends!”

Don’t let fear stop you from posting things that are only mostly
unique. Your goal should be to make content that is remarkable. 
This may seem like one of the hardest elements to master when you’re working on creating the perfect pin, but it is extremely important.

Try this experiment for yourself: open up any category on Pinterest
and note which image you find most interesting without scrolling
down at all. Ask yourself why this image piqued your interest. Was it because it was something you had never seen before? 

People pin things to their boards for a couple of reasons:
They want their followers/friends to see the awesome thing
they discovered.

They want to remember/buy/do what they see in there later, so
they pin it on their own board as a method of filing it away.

Whatever their reason, your goal is to create the kinds of pins they
will want to share on their own boards so their followers will have a
chance to see it too.

Now you may be asking, “That’s great and all, but people pinning my images does me no good. How do I get them to my site?” 

Mystery is an important part of The Perfect Pin Formula because
your goal is to do more than increase the number of repins. You want people to engage with your pins and actually click on your content.

Put some mystery in your image instead of revealing everything. You need to encourage people to click through to your site if they want to find out more. There are a few ways you can accomplish this with certain types of content.

Of course, getting involved with a useful and valuable board will
require some planning and effort. In general, there are three
different ways to get involved.

There are people and agencies with Pinterest accounts that are on
several group boards. If you work with them they can help by either
getting you an invite to the boards they’re on or they can simply pin
your content to their group boards.

Get invites from the group board owners
Start your own group board(s)

This can be an involved process that requires a lot of effort to contact and build relationships with board owners. It starts with you following the board you want to join and doesn't end until you can show the owner that you have something of value to offer.

There is one other way to identify a group board. 
On the account profile page, where their entire list of boards is presented (http://www.pinterest.com/username/), there is an icon that appears next to the board’s name that shows you it is a group board. 

It is a simple image of three heads clustered together:

Where can You Find Group Boards?

group boards can be hard to find. It’s even harder to find boards
that consistently host quality content and are relevant to your
industry. Pinterest simply doesn’t have a way to let you search
for specific group boards. You can relax though, because once you do
find them, your work will get a lot easier.

Simply scan the board profile page and spot the icons on the different
boards, like so:
group board icon

Method 1: Manually (we still use this method)
Look for pinners in your industry/category with tens of
thousands of followers.
Once you have a list of potentials, look through their
boards page and see if any of them are relevant to your
content and have the group board icon.
Record the board’s name and URL so you can come back
later and request an invite.
Click on the +[number] icon next to the seven
contributor profile images to see the complete list of
Open each contributor’s profile and see if they are
members of any other group boards. (People who
are already a contributor on one group board often
contribute to several more.)
Record any group boards you find and then look into the
contributor profiles in the new group boards you found.

Here is 1 of my many group boards that I created


Also search Pinterest by keyword for me jmhhacker. Results are thousands of pins sourcing back to jmhhacker

As you can see I am shown results and can see which pins did well.

 Use Board Deck (this is a free directory)

Go to

http://boarddeckhq.com and sign up for free. Board Deck
is simply a directory of Pinterest group boards by category that
you can sort through quickly.

Are there 1,000 or more pins on the board?
(This shows that the contributors are actively pinning.)

Are there more than 30 contributors on the board?
(This gives you an idea of your chances of getting an invite.)

Are the pins on the board being repinned 10+ times each?
(This tells you that the followers of the board are active.)

Getting an Invite to Contribute to a Group Board

Once you have built a list of possible boards, it’s time to request
invites to become a contributor. There’s a simple and effective
way to go about it, and it involves respecting the board’s creator
and showing that you can offer something very valuable.

With that in mind, be sure you read the board description before you
send any requests. This is where the owners will often explain how
they would like to receive requests.

Remember that you have to become a follower of the board first and the owner has to follow at least one of your boards, or they can’t add you as a contributor. Of course, following them is important, because it is a good way to show you are truly interested in what they’re already offering.

Using these methods here a a couple examples

These 3 pins below brought in over 25,000 views to my blog.

Here is the original blog POST
That led to 20,000 views from 1 pin.
See the power now?

What are your pinterest methods? Have they worked?