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The Path to Google’s World Domination Is Covered In Free Applications

A few weeks ago, we published a blog about some of Google's newest applications; a few days ago, we published a blog on Google's Personalized and Real Time Searches. Now, as optimizers, we often pay more attention to things that [...]

By |January 1st, 2010|Online Marketing, Social Media|18 Comments

10 Reasons You Should Join Social Networks in 2010

Everyday around the world, more and more people are joining social networks like Twitter, Facebook, Technorati etc… My question is why? It has been said that if you continue to do what you have always done, you are going to [...]

By |December 31st, 2009|Online Marketing, Social Media|48 Comments

How To Compete In The Blog World

By: Kristina B's So, you have your own blog now…you’ve been updating it regularly, but you’re still not generating the traffic or the responses you want. Why not? Well, there can be a number of reasons why you [...]

By |December 22nd, 2009|Online Marketing, Social Media|13 Comments

Get a bit more from your URL shortening tools

If you Tweet, send links in email newsletters, or just want to share a great URL you found without writing 120 characters, then you’ve probably used an URL shortening service.  Since 2002, Internet users have had the ability to shrink [...]

By |December 16th, 2009|Online Marketing, SEO|15 Comments

Google Takes Over – Search on Their Terms, Not Yours

By: Jeff Atwood Two big things have hit the search engine streets from Google’s front door that may change the history of how we get our search results forever – and that’s not an exaggeration. Change #1: It [...]

By |December 10th, 2009|Online Marketing, SEO|19 Comments

Too Slow for SEO: Keep your website from falling off Google’s map

Good riddance to bad rubbish. “No more waiting for slow sites to open and a faster web for everyone” is Google’s theory behind possibly updating their algorithm to give lower ranking to sites with slow load times. A few naysayers [...]

By |December 7th, 2009|Online Marketing, SEO|20 Comments

What’s Next From Google?

“Dear Google, you are the granddaddy of all search engines… Can you please make sure my http://mysite.com is found on page 1 as my Christmas gift this year? I promise I will promote and use all your latest bells and whistles added to the already oh, so useful tools. I promise to gasp every time you come out with a tool I don’t use or have no reason to ever use. Last but not least, I promise I won’t ever tell people you're a bully.”

By |November 30th, 2009|Branding|24 Comments

Omg “Do Follow” – Let The Commenting Begin!

Hello, dear readers! Welcome to the new dawn, the new day, the new millennium of do follow! Okay, okay, so the "do follow" attribute isn't new... but it's a change for us. Since it's inception, the Article Archive has been a "no [...]

By |November 25th, 2009|Online Marketing, Social Media|20 Comments

The Real Deal on Link Building

Directory Submissions & Article Marketing Directory submissions and article marketing are touted as two of the top ways to develop a slew of links, raise your traffic and get those conversions. Many who pick up knowledge of SEO around the [...]

By |November 17th, 2009|Online Marketing, SEO|29 Comments

Social Media Marketing: Four Reasons to Join the Revolution

social_mediaWith television commercials validating the importance of online social media portals like Twitter and Facebook, the battle for domination in the social media marketing arena is leaving many feeling confused and dazed. After all, as the language of the Tweet-osphere cuts communications to 140 characters or less, it also add a unique brand of instant marketing spoken only by the Tweeple of Twitter.

By |October 14th, 2009|Branding, Online Marketing, Social Media|28 Comments