Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

We all knew it was coming, right? With the momentum spiraling out of control pertaining to user sign ups, content sharing and overall interaction on sites like Twitter and Facebook, each of us had the notion in the back of our minds, “these sites are taking over,” we thought. Well now they finally have. Social Media Growth- The […]

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One of the most common questions we get from website owners is: What is a good click through rate for a PPC campaign? This question is not as cut and dry as general click through rates for organic listings… PPC click through seems to have a much higher degree of variance based on the keyword […]

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Why do NoFollow Links Matter to SEO?

By: | July 30, 2010 | View: 10402

Why Implement NoFollow Links? 1. The popular search engine optimization nofollow HTML attribute is the solution to what many believed to be a huge problem in the blogging community. In early 2005, Google’s Matt Cutts and blogger Jason Shellen designed the rel=“nofollow” attribute to assume the responsibility of stopping spammy blog comments made primarily to […]

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For those of you who follow Facebook releases religiously this is big news. Today, Facebook announced a new beta feature, that being, Facebook questions. The premise of  Facebook Questions is fairly straightforward. But because we are a company specializing in organic search engine optimization, I feel that it is important we evaluate the new development through […]

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In this post we will dissect a topic long debated over, tags. Our goal is to deliver some clear guidelines for the implementation of tags as a part of your search engine optimization strategy. What are Tags? Tags are simply an extended category structure often used in WordPress. When you create a tag, you create a new […]

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Five Tips for Writing Great SEO Content

By: | July 14, 2010 | View: 13190

Five SEO copywriting tips for writing great SEO content that will satisfy search engines as well as the people visiting your site.

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