Tag: seo

Help Promote My Post for the Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest

Posted by Mark Thompson - August 6, 2010 - SEO

Today is the launch of my guest post I entered for the Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest.  I would appreciate it if everyone would help in promoting my post “6 Shocking Truths About Internet Marketing“.  Feel free to leave your comments and share with your friends. My contest entry talks about: How Internet Marketing […]

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How to Use PPC to Complement SEO

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 28, 2010 - SEM, SEO

Recently I wrote a blog post on How SEO and Social Media Are Joining Forces, so I thought it would be beneficial to show how PPC can help to compliment SEO.  Now that Pay-Per-Click (at least in Google) is becoming so saturated with advertisers, compared to 5-7 years ago, that you need to be smart […]

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The Importance of Building a Natural Link Profile

Posted by Roko Nastic - July 16, 2010 - SEO

Link building is essential to any website that wants to climb the search engine rankings and stay there. What a lot of people fail to understand is that this is not as simple as finding as many links as you can, no matter where from, and then adding them all in one go. If a website is to be consistently successful in the search engines, it has to possess a natural link profile.

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Optimizing Product Descriptions on E-Commerce Sites

Posted by Susan Petracco - July 9, 2010 - Ecommerce

To run a successful e-commerce site, you need to focus on two kinds of audiences – humans and search engines. One of the most effective ways to influence both audiences is with your product descriptions. Fortunately, it is possible to write great product descriptions that appeal to real customers and to search engines at the […]

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How Professional SEOs Get Inbound Links

Posted by Ryan Beale - July 8, 2010 - SEO

Getting found on Google consists of 2 things: 1) content and 2) links. Since inbound links act as a voting system or currency for search engine algorithms, it’s imperative that SEOs acquire high quality inbound links on a consistent basis. One way to produce inbound links is to create an educational infographic for bloggers to […]

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Quick Tricks to Checking Your Backlinks

Posted by Eric Gesinski - July 1, 2010 - SEO

Having backlinks is vital for good SEO. Knowing how to monitor your backlinks is beneficial to improving it.

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8 Greyhat Tactics SEOs Are Using, Use at Your Own Discretion!

Posted by Mark Thompson - June 30, 2010 - SEO, Social Media

Throughout my 5 years as a SEO and Internet Marketer, I have seen a number of tactics that were borderline unethical (depending on who you talk to in the industry).  Even though people won’t admit it, SEO’s are using some or all of the tactics I am going to mention.  I am not saying that […]

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Part II: The Ultimate Guide to Meta Description

Posted by John Barlow - June 25, 2010 - SEO

In Part I of this two part series, I left you saying how inaccurate the CTR’s Google was give are. Now I want you to totally forget what I said! In this post I’m going to take you step-by-step through extracting and changing poor performing descriptions. Step I: Start by going into webmaster tools and […]

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