Dominating with Content and the Fight to the Top

by February 27, 2012

Content developers R’ Us. Using the highest forms of technological pen and ink (to wit, the computer), we craft humorous, informative, selling copy – not for just anybody, but for your target market. We talk about content on our service pages, emphasize it heavily in our articles (have you seen our Content Development section?), and use it with blunt force against our clients’ competitors. We call it content domination, and it works a little something like this…

If You’re Going To Write About SEO, Get It Right

by May 16, 2011

That’s IT. I’ve had enough of online newspapers writing things about SEO. I really have. I happened to come across this article by The Globe and Mail. The Globe and Mail, ya’ll. I don’t have anything against The Globe and Mail, anymore than I have something against the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal (who’ve written about SEO lately). There’s nothing wrong with them, IF I want to read the news. However, when I read an article written by someone who isn’t in the SEO world – isn’t even on the outskirts of the SEO industry – well, it’s brings out the hillbilly hood in me. I have this insane urge to grab their faces, look deep in their eyes and say kindly, “shut the hell up”.

The 4 Layers of Online Brand Marketing

by May 5, 2011

It’s easy to get stuck in the mental mud hole of names. For example, we market ourselves as copywriting and SEO specialists. With that in mind, you might look at our blog categories and think, “Well, it makes sense that SEOs would share information about optimization. – But, what would they know about branding?”

Identifying and Repairing Content That Sucks

by March 7, 2011

We haven’t tried to make it a secret that, among other things, we’re organic SEO content developers. As content developers, we’re always thinking of new ways to give our readers value. We hope we’re doing a good job of it!

Article Marketing – Grabbing Links With Content

by October 21, 2010

When you ask about getting links for your organic SEO marketing, you’re often told to start article writing – but is it an easy way to get links? Well, sure – but is it an easy way to get traffic? Yes, if you’re good at it. No, if you churn out poorly written articles with the same information as thousands of other articles out there.

Organic SEO and Tracking Your Social Networks

by January 27, 2010

It’s well into 2010. By now, we are all aware of what SEO means and what it can do for your business. As a small business, especially if you have less than ten employees, you need to learn the terms, embrace social network sites and learn your market.

SEO Simplified II: How Does Organic SEO Work?

by August 17, 2009

In part one of “SEO Simplified”, we talked about the differences between forced and organic SEO.  Never mind the differences, though – how does it work?  What makes it better than any other approach?

SEO Simplified: Forced vs. Organic SEO

by August 3, 2009

Part of an optimization specialist’s job is to pay attention to search trends.  Lately, I’ve noticed a rise in interest about organic SEO.  It seems the general public is catching on to the fact that there are two kinds: “forced” and “organic”.  What’s the difference?  What’s organic SEO all about?  Why can’t it just be […]