Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Adaptive search! Yes, that is right, Bing search results are now modified based on user interaction (they always kind of have been of course but this is a whole new element in the process). Bing adaptive search will have implications on SEO. It has the ability to limit or enhance the amount of times your […]

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Facebook recently devised a new way to outsmart the unassuming Facebook public with the addition of ‘smart lists’. As if subscribing to people you don’t know wasn’t enough of a Godsend, now being able to categorize your friends into classes and categories should be enough to keep you going. The way that smart lists work […]

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Why Not Knowing About rel=“next” and rel=“prev” vs View All Could Hurt You Google is offering a new way to deal with paginated content on the web from an SEO best practices perspective. Previously many paginated pages would feature a rel=”canonical”, list pagination the meta title or simply ignore the duplicate content errors in webmaster tools. The […]

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For a long while I thought that Twitter would be the one taking cues from Facebook, however the exact opposite has happened. With the new Facebook Subscribe button Facebook has taken one great leap toward making Twitter obsolete… maybe. Subscribe buttons work in much the same way that Follows work on Twitter and are something […]

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Not everyone is an SEO expert and that is OK. I mean let’s think about it, search engine optimization is really just a system that was completely made up to rank websites. The video below featuring Matt Cutts from Google explains how search engine optimization works. If you are new to SEO, we suggest you […]

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Today I received a message from Facebook telling me that they are trying to cut down on the amount of emails they send to users. Now, emails will be coming in batches opposed to one at a time. Here is the message from Facebook. Hi John, We’re trying out a new feature to reduce the […]

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