Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

I’ve been spending some time online lately. Doing a little Google vs. Bing detective work. By the way, I know that I sound really cool when I say stuff like that… But anyway, in the process I’ve noticed a few things. One of those being exact match domains fair very well in Bing, but not […]

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According to Leap Motion, “Leap represents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. It’s more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen. For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements.” This is not related […]

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Publishers have a big problem. They are writing on the same topic as thousands of others sites yet they want the content to be unique, rank well in Google and drive traffic. People hire SEO Inc. often to assist in Google News optimization, so we are not going to tell you everything in this blog […]

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Bing has launched a new version of their search engine complete with user interface and functionality changes, and boy is there a lot to talk about. There is so much to talk about and consider that I almost don’t even want to write this blog post, but it’s a duty. So let’s begin, and out […]

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In search marketing we spend a lot of time talking about keywords. But once you reach a certain level you stop focusing on individual keywords and instead think more about a diversified portfolio. Think of it like your investment portfolio where you have different types of securities. You have individual stocks, mutual funds, bonds, a […]

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  There is a W3C presentation that helps frame the historical reasons for HTML5. The slides are available in plain text [1] and Technicolor.[2] At the risk of confusing the facts,* I’ll try to explain why this is important and what is important about it. For over a decade, XHTML1/1.1, a successor to HTML4, has been […]

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