Tag: Web Content

One Critical Marketing Factor Your Site Shouldn’t Neglect

Posted by Adam Green - October 10, 2011 - Design/Development

In the inbound marketing blogosphere, there’s no shortage of information about SEO, PPC, and social media. But with so much attention lavished upon “the big three,” it’s easy to forget another integral element of any Web marketing effort – user experience. User experience is essential. Why? Because even if your SEO is good and you’re […]

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Understanding the Different Types of Content Creation

Posted by Mark Thompson - November 3, 2010 - SEM

A few weeks ago I got an email from a reader asking me about content creation specific to all the different types of content for the web.  Since that is more of an involved question than replying with a simple e-mail, I told him that I would answer his question in an upcoming post. This […]

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Marketing SEO vs Webmaster SEO

Posted by Warner Carter - October 18, 2010 - SEO

Ideas about different types of SEO approaches.

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The Ultimate Social Bookmarking Content Creation Guide (Part 2: StumbleUpon)

Posted by Mark Thompson - August 4, 2010 - Social Media

This is part 2 of a 5 part series that covers creating content for the following social bookmarking sites.  The other parts will be released over the next few weeks so keep checking back. Part 1: Digg Part 2: StumbleUpon Part 3: Reddit Part 4: Mixx Part 5: Delicious StumbleUpon Creating content for StumbleUpon traffic […]

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Appropriate Web Design to Maximize Conversions

Posted by Wynne Pirini - June 4, 2010 - Design/Development

I frequently design websites for small and local businesses and they normally want something really nice to represent them and their business. That’s cool, I get it – having a nice looking site promotes you and your business in a positive light right? Don’t get me wrong, I always aim to give my clients something […]

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How Do I Know My Web Content is Good Enough?

Posted by Gabriella Sannino - June 3, 2010 - SEM, SEO, Social Media

I love when readers, clients and social media connections ask questions; the answers make great fuel for articles, so please keep them coming! Recently, a reader asked, “How do I know my web content is good enough or SEO’d well?” Thus, the topic of today’s blog. So let’s break this down. Your reader’s first impression […]

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Identifying Duplicate Content and How To Deal With It

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 15, 2009 - Tools

Duplicate content and plagiarism can be an easy way for a website to get penalized by the search engines or possibly banned.  The search engines have gotten much better at being able to check for duplicate content.  If you are interested, here is what Google has to say about duplicate content.  For website owners, bloggers, […]

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Eye Tracking Study: How People Consume Information on the Internet

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 18, 2009 - SEO

Writing for the internet has a totally different style than a typical PR release or article. They way people consume information on the internet is completely different as well. This post will go through some examples of different eye tracking studies to see how people look at certain websites. I will also give some pointers […]

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