Tag: keyword research

Setting a Foundation for SEO: Writing your First Content

Posted by Mason Stoller - September 7, 2011 - SEO
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Search engine optimization needs to be correctly integrated from the start of a website for best results.  With the correct implementation of on-page SEO and solid content writing you will be able to rank much sooner.  But, a lot of the time we have clients come to us after months or even years of little […]

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Lunch Break SEO Tips: 5 Simple SEO Tasks You Can Do In Less Than An Hour

Posted by Lesley DeSantis - June 28, 2011 - SEO
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SEO strategy development takes a momentous amount of time, effort, and expertise. It can feel overwhelming if you’re just getting started. Luckily, there are some simple, quick SEO tasks you can execute that will help you improve your organic search engine rankings without needing to be an SEO guru. Each of these SEO tasks takes […]

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5 Tips for Finding Keywords With Commercial Intent

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 9, 2010 - Ecommerce
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With the holidays right around the corner, it is important to understand what users are searching for that have commercial intent.  Commercial intent is simply a phrase that means someone has the intent on purchasing a product or service.  Understanding this concept and how to identify those keywords is extremely important.  It can be the […]

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The Silo Effect: Content Development Built Around Keyword Segmentation

Posted by Mark Thompson - January 29, 2009 - SEO
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As we all know, content development is a big part of any successful SEO strategy. That is why your initial keyword research is so crucial. If you optimize content for keywords that are not being searched, than what’s the point? The key is to identify silos or groups of searched keywords that are related to […]

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Your Website SEO Checkup: Part 2 of 8 – Keyword Research

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 24, 2008 - SEO
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Keyword Research is vital to any effective search engine optimization campaign. If you optimize your site for the wrong keywords you could miss out on lots of traffic and potential customers that are trying to find what you do. I have broken up the keyword research process in phases to make it easy to understand. […]

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Your Website SEO Checkup: 8 Part Series

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 24, 2008 - Design/Development, SEO
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Part 1: Website Usability NoNo’s for Search Engines Using a Text Navigation Creating Static Pages Descriptive URL’s Internal Linking Structure Part 2: Website Usability Initial Keyword List  Analytics Data  Keyword Research Tool Analyze Your Master Keyword List Test In PPC Implementing Those Keywords Part 3: Website Usability Initial Keyword List  Design Navigation Functionality Content Layout […]

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The 3 Tier Keyword Structure

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 12, 2008 - SEO
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So are you optimizing your pages the right way??? Brad Fallon, a leading search marketer, discussed a great way to structure your keywords/phrases on your website. He broke it up into 3 tiers. I will use the example he uses on his Stompernet video. Brad owns an ecommerce site, selling wedding favors. 1st Tier Keywords […]

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Back to the Basics: Getting Started with Keyword Research

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 12, 2008 - SEM, SEO, Tools
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Keyword Research is the foundation for any good search marketing campaign. Whether you are running a PPC campaign or optimizing your site for search engines, keyword research can make or break your search efforts. If you try to rank for keywords that are too broad you will end up lost in the mix. On the […]

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