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Boost Your Internet Marketing Knowledge With These Tips

By SEO Services Shop, published on Feb 13, 2014

Internet marketing or SEO is a technique used by many businesses and individuals to sell their products and services. SEO and advertising are just a few of the Internet marketing methods used to get noticed online and improve sales. Having s strong online presence through SEO services can drive more visitors to your website who are seeking products or services you sell.

Before you start marketing online, you first need to look at a variety of methods you may want to implement. You could for instance write articles for blogs or online magazines, list your business in online directories... (more)

Tags: seo, internet marketing, seo services

Link Building - it's not just about SEO

By Jason Hulott, published on Jan 12, 2014

There has always been a huge link between link building and SEO, to the point that most people think that you can't do one without the other. Now while in one case that is true - SEO can't really be done successfully without link building - you can link build successfully without the focus on SEO benefits.

Ideas for Link Building...Not just SEO

·Brand Promotion

Writing and sharing relevant unique content on relevant third party industry sites, be they blogs, forums, article sections. Content could contain links to your site via brand links or links to your company social... (more)

Tags: seo, online marketing, link building

Why does google insist on punching bloggers in the face?

By thebritishmenu, published on Aug 26, 2013

... have no definitive answer as to why. Google has a huge monopoly on not just bloggers but the internet itself.

I like to think that as far as bloggers go I write pretty well, I like to think that there are people that enjoy my writing and ultimately enjoy my food, and that's all I've ever wanted to do. I have since learned not to put all my faith in google, and I clearly need to diversify my traffic sources, It looks like I will probably have to re address my SEO too, the problem is it bores me, and as I sit here writing, I think to myself.....

What happened to just blogging?

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Tags: blogging, writing, seo, blogs, google, google penalty, panda update

SEO and 10,000 Student Essays Teach about Titles

By darinlhammond, published on Nov 14, 2012

...paper, dread consuming me. If the student doesn't care enough to engage me with the title, what do I have waiting for me in the remaining pages? Drivel.

As bloggers, we consider technology when crafting those first words. We may grumble at the need to write for Search Engine Optimization (SEO), but I find that search engines usually look for the same qualities as readers - fresh content. New readers are drawn to our website when our titles show up in searches, and keywords are the charmers. Usually this still allows for a creative, powerful title.

Based upon human readers and... (more)

Tags: traffic, seo, search engines, blogging tips, writing tips

Google : Thou Shalt Do No Evil

By TonyBerkman, published on Sep 2, 2010

...fell from $25,000 a month to $9,000 a month. Most webmasters would think, "Oh, you must have done something intentional to trick Google, and that's why they did that." That would be a false assumption..

Our focus at BlogCatalog has always been on user experience and taking into account SEO at a base level. Traffic clearly is important and is the lifeblood of an online business. So no one, and Google obviously understands this, can afford to ignore SEO. Like almost every website owner, I received some SEO advice, though since I have a reasonable understanding of what Google looks... (more)

Tags: blogcatalog, seo, google, answers.com, digg.com, mahalo.com, do no evil, sergey, brin

To be or not to Blog?

By Deanna Meiresonne, published on Jul 16, 2010

...worthwhile thought, an enlightening perspective simply because it is their own. To likewise listen, to share, is a beautiful thing.

Buddhism also teaches us, don’t take yourself too seriously. Invite interest, invite instigation, take challenges. It’s not through the waging war of the SEO battle that we unite. It is when the desire to communicate comes from our hearts, that we truly connect.

I have enough faith in mankind to believe that the blogs and tweets and posts and statuses (this word always makes me think of static cling, and I can’t help but remark on their... (more)

Tags: facebook, twitter, seo, blog, social networking, wordpress, how to tweet, to blog or not to blog, to be or not to be, seo best practices, how to blog, how to become famous

The Tale Of Two Web Sities

By Crowbar, published on May 13, 2009

 

Ever since Google took over the information world, there have been two kinds of people.

Those who pay for you to visit them and those who chase this money.

For those who get it, Google Adsense is the new gold rush as keyword density is the gold pan and Cost Per Clicks are the precious nuggets people are fighting for.

We begin this tale with two websites. For their protection, and mine, we will call them Mister Net and Mister Com.

You see, these two websites have a peculiar problem of sharing the same name for their product. While Mr. Com had the name first,... (more)

Tags: seo, google rankings, adsense, domains, cost per clicks, websites

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