Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

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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Facebook engagement statistics can be hard to come by. Recently, Constant Contact released a studying listing the latest engagement information on Facebook. The result is some really interesting information. This data provdided by Constant Contact was taken from 1,491 consumers age 18 or older in the United States through an online panel conducted by Research […]

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SEO copywriting, much like all aspects of SEO consulting, can be a controversial topic. Some people say you shouldn’t specifically write for a certain keyword density (KWD) while others say your keywords’ density should always be exactly 5%. Some people say you can play around with the structure of your keywords a bit while others […]

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Looking to get wider distribution for your YouTube videos? Well Creative Commons is one way to do it, but there are some things you need to keep in mind. What is Creative Commons? First, what is Creative Commons? Creative Commons is video licensing option that can be selected within the YouTube interface. By choosing to allow […]

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Google recently did a house cleaning. Some Google products have been discontinued and others have graduated to bigger and better things. One of the products chosen to live and prosper is Google Swiffy, and it would appear this conversion-centric product has legs. Google Swiffy converts Flash SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash […]

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