Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Google Analytics provides a default JavaScript code which will need to be implemented into the code of your web pages in order to start tracking the traffic to your website. However, you might have a site with sub domains and if you do not customize your script, your data won’t be as accurate as it […]

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How to use Webmaster Tools to Improve SEO

By: | February 7, 2011 | View: 4647

Over the last year or so Google Webmaster Tools has made a few notable updates. We can now see metrics on rankings, impressions and website keyword themes. Furthermore, Webmaster Tools now tells us how many links we have pointed at certain internal pages, helps us locate missing meta data and gives us more in-depth analysis […]

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How to Rank for Google Base Shopping Results

By: | January 19, 2011 | View: 8212

Google Base, aka Google Product/Shopping Results, provides shoppers with an easy way to find what they want and compare prices. And with the Shopping results often out-ranking the product’s own brand, it is obvious why getting your products listed here should be a top priority of all sites with product to sell.

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Let’s be honest here, SEO (and organic online marketing in general) is changing. The main reason for this, well, it’s a simple changing of the guard. Google is still the dominant website to focus SEO efforts on, but there are some serious new players online that are attracting traffic numbers that rival Google, and this […]

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Did you know that Google has been working on a top secret social network, Google Me? It’s true. It’s such a secret that it is never discussed within the Google organization, except within the core development team. It’s such a big secret that if you even whisper Google Me and you are not part of […]

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What is Pay Per Click Quality Score?

By: | November 30, 2010 | View: 5888

Quality score refers to a method of evaluating Pay Per Click ads. This method of evaluation is use by Google and MSN, it is also used by Yahoo, but Yahoo refers to it as quality index. When running Pay Per Click, each ad is evaluated based on the both the bid and the quality score. […]

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