What Should be Covered in an SEO Sales Meeting

What Should be Covered in an SEO Sales Meeting

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...
Using the Power of Multi-Search Engines

Using the Power of Multi-Search Engines

This post was written by guest blogger Alex Stetson, a Boston SEO specialist. Multi-search engines deliver results from a number of different search engines at once; this is meant to streamline the manual search process that users normally follow. So what do certain...
4 Common SEO Copywriting Techniques That Ruin Your Copy

4 Common SEO Copywriting Techniques That Ruin Your Copy

As an SEO copywriter, I work with a number of SEO companies providing copy for their clients. Many times, the SEO companies have certain guidelines they want me to follow when writing the copy. Some of these guidelines are based off proven SEO practices. Others are...
3 Online Brand Management Tips for Google

3 Online Brand Management Tips for Google

Nowadays it seems like new reports are coming out every day about how potential clients and employers are doing searches online to research people before hiring. This means you need to be in better control of what they see and the goal here is to control at least the...
Conduct Keyword Research through Mobile

Conduct Keyword Research through Mobile

With the rising amounts in mobile Internet users, the increased amount of mobile searches is steadily rising. Since 2009, the amount of Google use from mobile Internet searches has gone off the charts. Due to this ever higher rising number, the need for mobile...
Link Building: What’s the Best Approach?

Link Building: What’s the Best Approach?

If your link building efforts have fallen flat as of late, perhaps it’s time to reevaluate your approach. Let’s assume that the key to content is the quality of that content. Does it inform? Does it instruct? And, perhaps most importantly, does it build links? The...
Top SEO Blog Category Added to World Media Awards

Top SEO Blog Category Added to World Media Awards

Just yesterday, a new Top SEO Blog Category was added to the World Media Awards Event and Stay on Search was the first blog to be nominated. While marketing bloggers often write about SEO, and some SEOs are marketing bloggers, the Top Marketing Blogs category is...
5 Plugins to Make Your WordPress Blogs SEO Friendly

5 Plugins to Make Your WordPress Blogs SEO Friendly

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...
Design to Convert!

Design to Convert!

You can design a website in a thousand different ways but above all your designs should convert casual viewers into loyal users and buyers. One way to do this is by incorporating conversion optimization into your website designs. Your website will only have a few...
Client Feedback Exercise to Kick-Off a SEO Project

Client Feedback Exercise to Kick-Off a SEO Project

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...
Robots.txt Guide for Popular CMS and Shopping Carts

Robots.txt Guide for Popular CMS and Shopping Carts

It can be difficult to know which directories should be restricted from search engines and which should be allowed.  I thought it would be a good idea to create a robots.txt reference guide for popular content management systems and shopping carts.  Depending on what...
The Link Wheel Concept Explained

The Link Wheel Concept Explained

There seems to be a rising popularity in developing what is called a “Link Wheel” for your blog.  A link wheel is the process of creating backlinks to your website or blog AND other off-site properties.  The goal is to create a system where all of your...
Improve SEO With Free Analyzer From BlogGlue

Improve SEO With Free Analyzer From BlogGlue

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...
Solutions for Your Top Daily Distractions

Solutions for Your Top Daily Distractions

I want to start off by saying that this post is a little bit of a different topic than I usually write about.  However I think it is relevant to everyone and can be applied to any topic. Now that I am writing for my blog on a much more regular basis and recently...
Why Invest on SEO Even Though It Isn’t Cheap?

Why Invest on SEO Even Though It Isn’t Cheap?

There are approximately 6.89 billion pages indexed on the World Wide Web as of July 10, 2012. Out of the 7 billion people that currently populate the Earth, about 2.26 billion are Internet users as of the end of 2011. When a start-up company thinks of creating a...
The 5 Minute SEO Audit

The 5 Minute SEO Audit

The 5 Minute SEO Audit Tools to have installed prior to performing this SEO audit. – SEO Toolbar – Web Developer Toolbar – Reverse IP Checker – Copyscape 0:00 – 1:00 (Domain History) – Check PageRank – Check # of inbound links...