Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Mike Moran posted an article on Search Engine Guide today discussing a common folly in perspective regarding SEO, that being, optimizing a web page for search engines opposed to customer interaction. While this is clearly an issue which can arise in SEO, in this post I would like to comment on a sister subject, the […]

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Anyone who knows at least a little about SEO knows the “old” adage: “Content is King” (in the Internet world anything over 10 years = old). Basically, quality content will get your site more recognition from search engines and users. But what if you live with Bizarro Superman, Wonderzarro, Bizarro Flash, The Yellow Lantern and […]

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CYA: Cover Your Assets

By: | July 31, 2008 | View: 4479

From time to time, I meet clients that have hit up the domain candy store, so to speak. Like a kid in a candy store, they have grabbed any domain they can get their sticky fingers on. This can certainly be a wise investment and a necessary step towards reputation management. However, just like eating […]

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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 these clients is that benefits of search engine […]

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