Posts Tagged ‘seo’

Writers that could master SEO techniques were once held in pretty high regard. This was especially true if the stories we created contained a dense amount of keywords in glistening sentences that seemed natural, rather than in stilted blocks that screamed of technique with no heart.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) was traditionally looked upon as a means of being found at the top of the first page for search query returns. Over the years it has acquired new meanings, and today encompasses protecting your online brand image as well

Your SEO consultant may be killing your business. Use these 10 warning signs to understand if the consultant is doing more harm than good.

Once you understand who you’re gearing your marketing campaigns to and how you can help consumers, you can start making your marketing count by using keywords purposefully.

When those algorithms change, it can send some code breakers back to square one — and that’s exactly what’s happening with the Penguin 4 update.

When launching a new product, it’s important to understand your business’s unique SEO needs, hire the right consultant, and communicate effectively to achieve the best possible business results

Link building is one of the first steps in improving new sites traffic, so if you’ve just started out, here are some initial ideas to get your site working.

One of the most common things I hear from small business owners is that they lack the skills and/or funds to improve their websites. In truth, they’ve just assumed both of those things are hurdles without looking into it fully.

Many people think that all it takes is a little SEO magic and their site will appear at the top of the SERPs (Search Engine Ranking Positions). Unfortunately this is not the case and SEO is an on-going process for most businesses.

Some businesses seem to think SEO is an optional part of operating online – which it completely is – assuming you also think being found by potential clients online is also an optional part of your business.