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Trip to CSUN

By: | March 24, 2008 | View: 4050

I recently attended the California State University Northridge (CSUN) conference on technology for persons with disabilities, at the airport Marriott in Los Angeles. I did not register, so I didn’t get to sit in on any of the sessions, but I had a great time in the exhibitor’s hall checking out all of the latest […]

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Drop Down Menus & the Visually Impaired

By: | February 28, 2008 | View: 5785

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 the links)?  Well, here is a fourth […]

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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 once infallible search juggernaut. Taking the impact to Google […]

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Managing Stakeholders expectations

By: | February 19, 2008 | View: 4199

Bringing a new client on board has always been an interesting event.  Each client comes in with 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 SEO Marketing Campaign with all its […]

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

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Search Engine Optimization regrettably often takes a back seat to a company’s offline marketing efforts. Print, radio and TV advertising are often the frontrunners when companies decide where to spend their marketing budgets for the upcoming fiscal year. Year after year companies seem more comfortable with the familiar processes and terms of the traditional marketing […]

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