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14 May, 2010 | Comments

What is Search Engine Optimization?  Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the science of increasing traffic to your web site by improving the internal and external factors influencing ranking in search results. It is a major part of Internet marketing. It is mostly technical in nature. It includes Web programming expertise combined with business, persuasion, sales and a love for competitive puzzle solving.

14 May, 2010 | Comments

It is pretty challenging to be active and involved in everything you want to be. There are only so many hours in the day, and we all have the same amount of time to get things done. As the internet evolves, more and more social media type sites are evolving. Some, like facebook, Twitter, Stumbleupon, Digg, have, or have started to become household names. Some have become so popular, even search engines such as Google are taking notice and dispalying real time Tweet’s in their search results. Obviously these websites are here to stay.

03 May, 2010 | Comments

In a nutshell, many SEO companies will try to convince the customer that they should go after the less compatative terms so that results can be realized sooner and the reality is, it is easier to get long tail keywords to rank well on the search engines than short competative terms. One of the problems with this approach, Brad explains, is that not many searches are made with these terms and raises the question whether it is worth it for the customer. Are they getting value?

26 Apr, 2010 | Comments

Search Engine Optimization is a hot topic nowadays. If you have a website and have been on the internet for any time now, I am sure you have heard the term SEO. I have other websites, and get calls all the time from various Search Engine Optimization companies.

26 Apr, 2010 | Comments

Over the past year, the new player on the internet is obviously Twitter.  Twitter’s growth has been nothing short of amazing.  The idea behind Twitter, as a micro-blogging service, has definitely found a need, and filled it amongst the internet community.  It all started with 4 simple words, What Are you Doing?  In essence, Twitter did something new.  They found a need, and filled it.

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