Archive: June, 2010

Improve Your Website Traffic by Cleaning Up Your Google Index

Posted by Saudiqua Thebus - June 10, 2010 - SEO
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Your site index gives you an indication of health problems on your site; if you suddenly see a spike or large drop in Google indexed pages it flags a warning that there is something wrong that needs some attention. We focus mostly on Google, as this search engine sends us the greater share of organic […]

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Using Social Media to Build Your Ecommerce Business

Posted by Mark Baartse - June 9, 2010 - Ecommerce, SEO, Social Media
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Social media, networking, tweeting, status updates, joining groups… all these terms are becoming part of everyday life for many and with social media offering such a wide spectrum of advertising space; employing SEO into your latest Tweets is a trick worth noting! The Internet should be thought of as a huge open space full of […]

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Client Feedback Exercise to Kick-Off a SEO Project

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 8, 2010 - SEO
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A few things I have learned from working with clients is that sometimes it can be extremely hard to get the necessary information you need to get a project started-off on the right track.  Sometimes it can be the agencies fault because they are not being clear as to what things they need to get […]

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How to Optimize an E-mail Generating Newsletter

Posted by Jacob Barnes - June 7, 2010 - Blogging, SEO
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Newsletters can make an accidental or first time visitor, who has come to your site because they saw something of interest to come back again as an interested reader. So long as they keep their subscription to your newsletter, you will have a consistent reader who will return to your site.

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Appropriate Web Design to Maximize Conversions

Posted by Wynne Pirini - June 4, 2010 - Design/Development
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I frequently design websites for small and local businesses and they normally want something really nice to represent them and their business. That’s cool, I get it – having a nice looking site promotes you and your business in a positive light right? Don’t get me wrong, I always aim to give my clients something […]

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How Do I Know My Web Content is Good Enough?

Posted by Gabriella Sannino - June 3, 2010 - SEM, SEO, Social Media
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I love when readers, clients and social media connections ask questions; the answers make great fuel for articles, so please keep them coming! Recently, a reader asked, “How do I know my web content is good enough or SEO’d well?” Thus, the topic of today’s blog. So let’s break this down. Your reader’s first impression […]

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Interview with Gab Goldenberg, Tips on Selling SEO

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 2, 2010 - SEO
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I had the great opportunity to interview Gab Goldenberg, a well-respected industry influencer in the SEO and Internet Marketing community.  I wanted to get some some insights and tips on some important questions about selling Search Engine Optimization. What sales techniques do you use to help explain SEO to potential clients? I’m fortunately no longer […]

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Squeeze Theme Review, Receive 20% Off for StayOnSearch Readers

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 1, 2010 - SEO, Tools
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As some of you may or may not know, I am not one to do product reviews, however Squeeze Theme is one product I truly believe in and want to give you some useful information about how you can use this product. Basically Squeeze Theme is a suite of premium WordPress themes that are designed […]

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