Category: SEO

Why You Need to Run Multivariate Tests

Posted by Ruban Corbo - June 25, 2012 - Design/Development, SEO

It’s been several years since your website’s last major update. The design is starting to look outdated even though you’re still adding new content every day. You know it’s time for change, but you’re understandably hesitant because things seem to be working out just fine: you’ve got a steady stream of traffic, most of who […]

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Who Needs SEO Marketing When We Have FaceBook?

Posted by Black Seo Guy - June 5, 2012 - SEO, Social Media

When ever I get a opportunity to speak about seo or social media to a whole new audience. I start to get a feeling of enjoyment because I feel like this is my time to not just teach but also help others to simply just understand online marketing. Meaning that people need to get grip […]

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5 Plugins to Make Your WordPress Blogs SEO Friendly

Posted by Anil Agarwal - May 31, 2012 - SEO

If you are blogging for personal reasons only, you don’t need to think much about search engine optimization and all. But what you will do if you are blogging with the intension to grow your business or making money from blogging. All of your hard work in writing good quality content or developing a good […]

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Google Rich Snippets – What They Are and Why You Should Use Them On Your Site

Posted by Matt Beswick - May 29, 2012 - SEO

If you’ve done a Google search lately, you’ve seen rich snippets. They’re the results that stand out on the page because they feature a thumbnail video or photo, a summary of ratings, or some other little added extra that tells you what you’ll find on the page if you click through to it. Those little […]

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Major Tips to Improve the SEO of All Website

Posted by Brianne Walter - April 28, 2012 - SEO

Search engines such as Google are smart. They appreciate websites with creative and original content, and reward them with high page rankings. SEO (search engine optimization) is followed by some quality websites to get rightfully noticed by search engines, while most websites use it as black art to try and trick search engines. You would […]

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Google+ Working for Your Business

Posted by Jesse Langley - April 27, 2012 - SEO, Social Media

As anyone can tell from Google’s stock on the trade market, it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Google+ is a testament to the new technology in search engine features, which Google continues to improve upon. This awesome Google software enables social media to reach new heights from either your smartphone or your computer. It’s a […]

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Three Pro-Active Tips for Online Reputation Management

Posted by Brian Patterson - April 26, 2012 - SEO, Social Media

For a business owner, reputation management is not getting easier.  Twenty years ago it would have been really hard for a single customer with a bad experience (or just sour grapes) to single-handedly take down a business. But in this age of the Internet, it just takes one angry customer with knowledge of ComplaintsBoard or […]

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5 Top Tips for an International SEO Campaign

Posted by Tom Mcloughlin - April 12, 2012 - SEO

Putting together a domestic SEO campaign can be an extremely complex affair and one which takes a lot of time and effort to put together. Add to that different languages, cultures and target markets and you can imagine how complicated an international SEO campaign can be. Below are 5 tips which will help you on […]

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