Archive: March, 2010

Best Practices for Online Press Releases

Posted by guest - March 31, 2010 - SEO

Search marketing and public relations have traditionally functioned as separate entities however in recent years it has become clear that there is a close synergy between the two. Many companies will employ both PR and search marketing agencies to help promote their companies. This can be a powerful combination and generate a lot of exposure. […]

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Are Custom Web Designs Being Replaced By WordPress?

Posted by Mark Thompson - March 30, 2010 - Design/Development

Typically, a fully custom website can cost anywhere from $10,000 – $50,000, depending on a number of factors including functionality and the size of the site and this is a bit more than any cheap cash advance you can get so keeping costs low is important. I totally understand the need for a unique design […]

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What Should be Covered in an SEO Sales Meeting

Posted by Mark Thompson - March 29, 2010 - SEO

When you are speaking to a potential SEO client, there should be some level of knowledge and training that should be given, to help them fully understand how SEO works and why you are structuring the proposal and strategy the way you are. Here are some aspects of SEO that should be covered during the […]

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How to Manage a Blog with Multiple Authors

Posted by Mark Thompson - March 24, 2010 - Blogging

Managing a blog where you are the only author can be a relatively easy task.  You are in control of the content quality, post frequency, comments, and design layouts.  Once you start to have multiple authors, things start to get a little more complicated.  There are things you need to think about to keep the […]

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How to Increase How Often Google Crawls Your Website

Posted by guest - March 23, 2010 - SEO

This is a guest post by Ben Hook, a search marketer and owner of Navaro, a UK based SEO company helping clients to increase their online visibility. When optimising a site most likely you’ll have to be making some on site changes if the site hasn’t previously been optimised, but when it comes to sites […]

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Essential Resources In My Internet Marketing Toolbox

Posted by Mark Thompson - March 22, 2010 - SEO, Tools

Glen from Viperchill recently wrote a post about the resources that are in his internet marketing toolbox, so I thought it would be a good idea to share the tools I use on a daily basis.  I think I should mention that I probably have used hundreds of tools to perform various tasks, however there […]

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NCAA Tourney Time: 64 Websites To Help Find Web 2.0 Tools, Apps, and News

Posted by Mark Thompson - March 18, 2010 - News, Tools

In celebration of the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, I have decided to put together 64 websites and resources that you can use to find the latest Web 2.0 tools, applications, and news. Feel free to click on my bracket to see my picks.  Even though I don’t have them going all the way, GO […]

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10 Newly Found Web 2.0 Apps and Tools

Posted by Mark Thompson - March 17, 2010 - Tools

I thought I would share some new tools and applications that I have recently stumbled across during the last month.  For the most part they are random tools ranging from iPhone applications to SEO research tools, however I thought I would share some of them with you.  Hopefully you will do the same 🙂 Buzzie […]

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