Easy Way to Get .EDU Links- Not Always the “Write” Way

I was reading an interesting entry this morning on SearchEngineLand.com that talks about how much value .edu back links really have depending on the type. On most college campuses, students have the ability to manage their own personal web pages. These pages are usually hosted on the college’s server, making the links coming from those [&hellip

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Finding Your Target Audience Online

Everyone wants to rank on Page One of Google for certain keywords, but what keywords your website ranks for can dramatically affect not only your monthly website traffic, but also how well those visits convert to sales or leads. Afterall, spending time and money on a website or blog, as well as any Internet marketing [&hellip

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The power of Twitter and Social Media

I did an interview with the Baltimore Sun’s Jill Rosen last week on the importance of social media. It looks like Jill decided to run with the Twitter tattoo story and she also works in some great points on how local social media professionals are helping local businesses spread the word using Twitter, Facebook, and other [&hellip

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Maryland Tweeters

+ = Okay everyone, here is a list of active users on Twitter. From now on, in order to be listed, a link from your blog or website to this list is necessary. Once you post the link, email georgebizpro@gmail.com with where the list is listed and we will get you up right away. Please [&hellip

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Five Reasons Why You Should Have a Blog by Now

Hey everyone, Tom Foster and I just put together a free report, “Five Reasons Why You Should Have a Blog by Now (and why having just a website isn’t good enough)” The report is free to download and, even though it’s written primarily for those in the legal field, it also gives some great points to [&hellip

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Linkbuilding 101 Revisited

I wish I had Dave Frees’ hypnotic skills sometimes. I would sit everyone who asks me “why am I not ranking better?!?!?” down in a chair and wave a crystal ball in front of their faces, repeating “yooooouuuu will buuuuiiiiillllddd liiiiinnnnkkkkksssss…..”. It’s probably the most underestimated part of SEO with every client we work with [&hellip

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Change has come to Washington

So I usually don’t post anything personal or political on this blog but I’d like to take the chance to share my experiences from the Obama inauguration in DC yesterday. A few friends and I drove down from Baltimore on Monday evening expecting heavy traffic and long delays on our way into a friend’s house that [&hellip

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Writer’s block

You’ve all heard me preach this time and time again… the key to a successful SEO strategy is content. But knowing your limits is just as important. If you’re like me, you think you can do everything yourself. Update my blog and website every day? Sure, nooooo prooooblem! It’s only like 30 minutes a day [&hellip

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Internet Marketing for Charity

I haven’t had a lot of time to post on here lately, and I don’t usually promote other Internet Marketing firms unless I’ve worked with them in the past, but ProspectMx, the authors of that awesome linkbuilding chart that everyone should have by now, is running an Internet Marketing for Charity contest where they give [&hellip

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Google webmaster chat

Here are a few screenshots I took of answers to questions during today’s Google Webmaster chat, I would just post the images but they’re too big for my blog theme. Flickr Slideshow  Thoughts coming later, hopefully

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