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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 Friendly Flash

By: | May 29, 2008 | View: 6624

A simple yet effective way of making Flash websites SEO friendly The Problem Conventional wisdom has always been that using Flash to create a website is a huge SEO No-No, and here’s why: When a search engine crawler comes to a web page, its mission is to read the text and follow the links to […]

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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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Google Agrees to Pay $90M for Click Fraud SAN FRANCISCO  —  Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as “click fraud.” The proposed settlement, announced by the […]

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Drop Down Menus & the Visually Impaired

By: | February 28, 2008 | View: 5913

DROP DOWN MENUS & THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED Making sure a website has search engine friendly navigation is a top priority for savvy web developers and optimizers. Developers usually consider three things when creating a drop-down navigation menu: Does it look good? Does it work correctly? And is it SEO friendly (can search engine spiders crawl […]

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Google Decline? comScore Report Brings New Questions To Light With comScore’s recent report indicating traffic from Google paid search ads showing no growth versus the same time one year ago, advertisers and Wall Street alike are left staring blankly at each other wondering if this is the first sign towards an actual decline from the […]

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