Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

PHP Session HTTP Header Optimization

By: | April 14, 2010 | View: 11681

On at least one installation, the default HTTP headers sent by the PHP function session_start( ) were set to disable cache. In some cases, I think these headers may not be “good for Googlebot.”

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Building links may be the toughest part of search engine optimization. People literally ask me about it all the time. And they have every right to do so, because let’s face it, it is not an easy part of search engine marketing. Today, Matt Cutts released a new blog on effective techniques for link building […]

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Organic search engine optimization has changed over the years; there is no doubt about it. And today, it is more competitive than ever. Now social media is peeking around the corner ( more like running full speed around the corner actually) so how do these two types of internet marketing solutions work together? With this […]

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Boom! As you probably know by now Google is about to get all jacked up on Caffeine! No, they haven’t been downing extra shots of mocha latte… well maybe they have, but that’s not what we’re talking about. The newest update to Google’s ranking algorithm has been dubbed “Caffeine” and it encompassed some the biggest […]

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Isn’t it wonderful to have the internet at our finger tips? The technology environment is shifting on what seems to be a daily basis and the Y-generation takes to zeros and bits like ducks take to water. Search Engine Marketing knocks the socks off traditional media. So, as a result any company B2C or B2B […]

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Google Helps Out With Duplicate Content

By: | February 19, 2009 | View: 5716

The webmaster central blog has a post about using a link tag to specify the best URL to use for a page. Wow, this could be a useful shortcut for websites with thousands of duplicate pages and no easy way to clean them up.

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