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Why Does Your Company Need SEO Press Releases? While search engine optimized press releases haven’t been around as long as some older SEO techniques, they are still incredibly beneficial to an SEO campaign. Most of my clients are reluctant to use their press releases and often wonder why they even need them. What I tell […]

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SEO Inc To Teach Search Engine Optimization Class at UC San Diego Participants Will Earn 2.5 College Credits for 3-Day Class CARLSBAD, CA (May 29th, 2008) — SEO Inc., a Carlsbad, CA-based search engine optimization company with clients around the country, announced today that company executives would teach a three-day, 2.5-credit course on search engine […]

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SEO Inc Videos On National and Local News Stations SEO Inc has set up a few video channels on some popular sites.  Check them out and subscribe to them.  We are going to be adding a lot of content and videos of the entire company shortly.  So stay tuned! Video Channels SEO Inc Videos on […]

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Managing Clients expectations

By: | February 19, 2008 | View: 4327

MANAGING CLIENTS EXPECTATIONS for SEO Bringing a new client on board has always been an exciting event.  Each client comes in with an initial Marketing Strategy and an outlined set of objectives; you mostly know what you’re going to get.  What you usually don’t know are the client’s expectations for the Campaign.  Implementing a solid […]

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How to choose an SEO friendly CMS A high quality, SEO friendly Content Management System (CMS) can significantly benefit your company by saving precious time and resources, increasing production, and reducing downtime. More importantly, SEO CMS web development can bring your site valuable exposure from search engines if it is built according to their standards. […]

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Perfect Your SEM Swing

By: | January 30, 2008 | View: 5479

Perfect Your SEM Strategy For all you golfers out there, I’d like to present a challenge in the form of a search engine marketing metaphor. Next time you hit the course, what would happen if you alternated your swing using just your right or left arm? For the sake of time, I’m going to skip […]

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