Monthly Archive:: April 2008

Catchy Titles like this one are key!

The title of your page is one of the most important on-page factors that spiders look at when crawling your web page because it is basically a summary of what information the page should include. Don’t believe me? Check out this awesome post by a bunch of SEO consultants over at SEOMoz which ranks on-page [&hellip

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Buying a Website or Blog

SEO from the ground up can be a VERY daunting task, especially when site owners have been set the wrong expectations after seeing offshore companies guaranteeing to get them on Google page 1 after only one month. Most SEO consultants (including myself for the most part) refuse to even work with a site that has not [&hellip

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Radically Transparent

Reputation transparency is a good thing these days if you’re  a business of any size. People like to think they can relate to you and that you’re not perfect and make mistakes, and how you answer those mistakes and improve on them should be visible.  I just started reading Radically Transparent by Andy Beal and Judy [&hellip

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Ever Google’d yourself?

Have you ever actually sat down and looked at what comes up when you do a Google search on your company name?  You’d be surprised how many companies I talk to on a daily basis that stress over how high their SERPs are for a particular keyword, but had no idea that when I do [&hellip

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Only YOU can prevent SEO negligence

Black hat, white hat, Orioles hat… what’s the difference? SEO kingpin Bruce Clay has published an SEO Code Of Ethics, but it’s pretty broad. So what are all of the SEO bad guys using as black hat techniques? There are a few. Ever go on craigslist and search for something, and in the results there [&hellip

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It’s not easy being small

Any small business that is just starting off is always going to encounter problems. I remember reading INC magazine about a year ago, they conducted a study of the reasons why small businesses don’t make it and have to fold, and I think it was 60% of them called it quits because of inadequate funding. [&hellip

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