Entries Tagged as 'SEO'

Buffet Themed Websites Are Destined to Fail

July 26th, 2010 · No Comments · Business, SEO

Last night, I went to a buffet restaurant which offers an assortment of cuisines including Chinese, Italian, Seafood, American, Greek, and Caribbean. This is a catch-all type buffet restaurant. The food was fair, but no where as good as somewhere which specialize and focus on only a particular cuisine. Many web beginners make the mistake […]

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SEO Is Not Rocket Science, But It’s Grunt Work

March 2nd, 2010 · No Comments · SEO

We all hate grunt work, it’s the work no one wants to do, but if neglected can be a devastating blow to your company. Most of SEO is grunt work, it’s low level task which usually can’t be automated, at least not with efficiency, and its labor intense, but for a website to succeed, there […]

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When Seasoned SEO’s Target for the Season…

November 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Business, General, Keyword Research, SEO

They usually do so off season! The other day I got a call from one of my clients who wanted to shift focus of the SEO strategy to organically rank for holiday season related terms. Sure, I am confident in my abilities to get a website ranked on the first page from now 11/14 for […]

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How to Plan an SEO Budget for Your Company?

November 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · Business, SEO

Some people who buy into an SEO solution for their website don’t have a minimum or maximum SEO budget. They just wing it! There is no SEO budget and no SEO plan. This is a common mistake. Having an SEO budget (and plan) is essential. But the SEO plan can come from your outsourced SEO […]

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Keyword Spy Competitive SEO Tool Review

May 7th, 2009 · No Comments · SEM, SEO

Ever wanted to know what keywords your competitors were targeting? If not, then you are potentially missing out on a goldmine. Your competitors may be targeting an untapped keyword set which they dominate. Keyword Spy can help you understand your competitors marketing campaign and behavior. This is unlike your traditional keyword tool which queries only […]

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Syntax for Creaating Framed Redirects

March 10th, 2009 · No Comments · PPC, SEO

Framed redirects serve many purposes in online marketing. One of the most common is for pay per click campaigns, it allows you to direct link to an affiliate site from your domain. Instead of redirecting to the affiliate site thus causing a mismatch in display and destination URL’s you can avoid this misconfiguration and use […]

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