Archive: May, 2011

Do “Like” Buttons Influence Search Engines?

Posted by Ali Syed - May 31, 2011 - SEO, Social Media
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Do Like Buttons Influence SEO

With the rise of social media marketing, the notion of collaboration, integration and disseminating information with a click of a button has become an evident norm. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and recently Google have all found multiple innovative ways to make it easier for their users to collaborate with other users around the world and share […]

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[Webinar] Make Money Online with SEO by Daniel Lew & Mark Thompson

Posted by Mark Thompson - May 30, 2011 - News
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Happy Memorial Day to all of the StayOnSearch readers. I wanted to make a quick announcement that I will be hosting a free webinar with Daniel Lew (creator of Keyword Winner and GSEO.net) Webinar Details Title: Search Engine Rankings Followed by Sustainable Quality Traffic for Automated Income Date: Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 at 9:00pm EST […]

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Using Facebook Applications to Engage Users

Posted by Obaidul Haque - May 27, 2011 - Social Media
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No brand can ever ignore the potential of Facebook applications. In order to build your brand presence on Facebook, you can use a variety of these applications. Each application has its own unique value. If you want to drive social momentum, it’s crucial to use Facebook application which provides consumers a specific value. Brands can […]

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6 Ways to Get Better Website Performance

Posted by Jack White - May 26, 2011 - Design/Development
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There are thousands of ways to improve a website’s performance or load time. But all can be categorized in mainly three areas: Server side scripting like Java, Python and PHP, hardware of your hosting server and front end performance which includes HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Images used in your website. First two can be expensive […]

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Dos and Don’ts of A/B testing

Posted by Kevin Harris - May 25, 2011 - Design/Development
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Even if your company’s website is perfectly fine and you are getting traffic and have a high page ranking, you may want to test the waters and see if you can improve your website’s statistics. The best way to do this is to do A/B testing. A/B testing lets you know if a different version […]

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7 Reasons Why No One is Reading Your Blog

Posted by Spencer Hesseltine - May 24, 2011 - Blogging
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How many repeat visitors to your website or blog do you really have? If the latest statistics show that nobody’s coming back to your site for more than a perfunctory second look, chances are there is a problem – or multiple problems. Here are seven likely reasons why nobody wants to read your content– and […]

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Improve SEO With Free Analyzer From BlogGlue

Posted by Paul@BlogGlue - May 23, 2011 - SEO, Tools
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BlogGlue Complete Blog Marketing

BlogGlue is a blog marketing plugin that creates related links between partner blogs as well as on social media. Although not advertised they have a solid SEO Analyzer built into the system. The SEO tool lets you grade your posts before you publish them and even gives real time tips on how to improve your […]

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Tumblr Continues to Climb the Blogging Ladder, Now with 15-million Users

Posted by Warner Carter - May 19, 2011 - Blogging
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It seems strange how WordPress remains silent and calm with the recent news that Tumblr is catching up with them. Tumblr, presently ranked as the 3rd most popular blogging platform and the 34th most-visited website in the United States, has just passed the 18-million blog user’s indicator, which many experts consider exceptional, as the company […]

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