16 Dec, 2010 | Comments

Google anlaytics is a free tool available to any website.  It is a piece of code inserted into your website that tracks the number of visitors, pages visited, time on site and numerous other things.  There is so much information.

13 Dec, 2010 | Comments

If you run a website, or run a business with a website, chances are, you may have been contacted by a Search Engine Optimization company offering to sell you their services.  Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is an unregulated industry.  Therefore, you have probably heard many different sales pitches from various different companies.   My personal favorite is, "We are one of the few SEO companies endorsed by Google.".  Unfortunately, Google, or Yahoo, or any other search engine for that matter, does not endorse ANY SEO company.  In this video, Brad gosse

13 Dec, 2010 | Comments

Too often, small business owners with websites, seem to think that their IT guy or IT person, is the person that knows everything about their website, including Search Engine Optimization.  The reality is, most IT people are experts about everything else when it comes to computers, mostly their computer network, computer software, and computer viruses.

01 Dec, 2010 | Comments

There really is no secret to the process.  Brad knows as he has been doing this a long time and has been extremely successful at Search Engine Optimization.  The hardest part about SEO, is doing the work.  Just like being successful in anything else, to be successful in SEO requires a concentrated and persistent effort.

29 Nov, 2010 | Comments

In this video, Brad Gosse talks about Mobile Marketing for Small Business by using such applications as Foursquare.  See how somethin as simplie as registering your business at can help spread the word about your product or service to the growing trend of users that are using these mobile applications.  You csan not only make the local user aware of your business, but offer them a special in return for their patronage.

26 Nov, 2010 | Comments

The facebook "like" button has become more than just another thing to tell your friends about what you are interested in as you surf around the internet.  Everywhere you go, you'll see that many websites have added this button to their site.  Whether you "like" this button or not, it i here to stay.  Brad Gosse talks about why you should be adding this button to your website, and how it can actually help your website with Search Engine Optimization.

22 Jul, 2010 | Comments

With the popularity of Web 2.0 social networking sites companies are beginning to recognize the advantage of having their own Twitter, Facebook, YouTube page. The temptation for many companies; however, is to reach as many people as possible and using services to purchase subscribers, fans, friends, or followers. Wayne Peters and Brad Gosse examine this trend.

What do you think?

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?

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