Category Archives : SEO

Pages that address search engine optimization, as well as some great posts and resources.


Nothing wrong with free links

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Trying to build a successful site? SEO can be a big boost. But how do you get the inbound links necessary to make it successful? Easy: ask for links.
That’s scary, I know, but SEO isn’t a zero-sum game. Offering a link to another site doesn’t hurt you, and vice versa. It’s also important to remember–most [...]


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Ultimate Theme Framework for WordPress

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It took one complete year struggling in the labs for WordPress to prepare itself for the launch of  the new theme. The WP ultimate theme is a dynamic, robust and flexible SEO framework for wordpress.

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It took one complete year struggling in the labs for WordPress to prepare itself for the launch of  the new theme. [...]


5 Useful SEO Resources 1

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Lately, the idea of internet marketing has somehow become very popular again. Hurray!
This is thanks in part to the popularity of new media. People today have started using it search for everything they once only searched on the search engines. This has caused everyone to refer to a more classically-envisioned the modelof internet marketing which [...]

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Optimize Your Images

Forgetting Something? SEO for Images 1

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SEOmoz recently published a study of optimizing images. This may be seemingly unimportant, but Google Images can be a great resource. Someone searching for a recipe might look at the images to find food that looks good. They could be a budding mechanic and looking for the right car part to buy. Whatever the reason, [...]


Please the Panda by Focusing on Humans 1

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Most people doing search engine optimization emphasize gaming Google’s system with various tricks like over-repeating the same keywords or phrases, misleading titles (or even image names), and then covering the page with ads to make money off people before they leave. Google’s Panda algorithm update smacked those strategies down. Recent announcements make clear that their [...]


Feed the Panda what it wants...but skip the junk food.

Does the Panda Update Kill SEO? 10

Google’s Panda update may seem like a blessing to many, and a curse to others. Truth is, like any other innovation, it’s both. Here’s how to cope with the Panda in the room…


15 Tips to SEO-Optimize ANY Blog 18

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Many have started blogs to achieve a high output of content. This, in addition to providing fuel for social media consumption and traffic, is also excellent for search engine traffic, which is still more meaningful in terms of revenue.  There is one small catch. Just having the content in blog post format, even with a [...]

If you thought social media and semantic search would replace the need for SEO, you have another thing coming.

The written word was supposed to be obsolete - but the written word has surged back to prominence.

The Revenge of the Writers 3

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In the latter half of the 20th century, radio and television defined the culture. Books, magazines, and newspapers steadily declined in cultural importance relative to these new forms of media.
A funny thing has happened to habits of media consumption. The companies with the fastest growth in advertising revenue – Google and Facebook – rely on [...]


How to Anticipate a Flood 2

Most of the advice that you’ll read on internet marketing stresses the importance of reacting to existing data. JC Hewitt explains why anticipating consumer behavior can be a more profitable strategy.

You don't need a crystal ball to predict the future. But if it makes you feel more authentic, you might as well keep one handy.

Comment love is about respect for your interlocutor.

SEO: Why Do-Follow Blog Comments? 16

Many overlook the power of comment love from blogs ( like this one! ) who provide do-follow rel tags on all of our post links and comment links. While comment spam is understood by most blog owners to be bad, many are starting blogs without any conception of why they should provide do-follow rel tags on comments (and posts!). As someone who’s been knee-deep into SEO since well BEFORE Google, I’ll enumerate them briefly…