Posts Tagged "seo"

Sitemaps are 5 years old 0

Sitemaps are 5 years old

Posted by on Aug 30, 2010

XML Site maps are 5 years old and we are still amazed as people who are using their site maps effectively. As the lady in the video below also points out, often times a poor sitemap.xml is an indicator of a...

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Key phrase research tricks and more 0

Key phrase research tricks and more

Posted by on Aug 5, 2010

Any of my SEO clients and many regular readers here know that researching what phrases people are actually searching for and how tough the competition is for those phrase is a very important part of any SEO...

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Web Sites on the First Page of Google

Posted by on Jul 5, 2010

Some times when your hard work pays off, it’s good to lean back and admire what you’ve done for a moment.  This post is one of those moments.  We’ve made learning how search engines work and...

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Google's Do Follow Blessing

Posted by on Jul 1, 2010

The rumors are that Google’s “no follow” crusade is back firing for them. If you believe the rumors, Google is having trouble finding content. Google has always been about incoming links, a...

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Local SEO Competition

Posted by on Nov 13, 2009

This guy makes some great points about competing in the local search market. Remember, it is a competition, not an automatic thing. You’re not going to be automatically listed #1 on Google for Florida...

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Bing Launches Early

Posted by on Jun 3, 2009

Microsoft’s latest search engine, “Bing” (at was launched yesterday. That’s far ahead of when anyone thought. The good news is that the preview that I wrote a review about,...

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Can the Digg Bar be THAT Bad?

Posted by on Apr 6, 2009

The new Digg Bar seems innocent enough.  But there are things that could be bad for SEO, bad for search engines, bad for searchers and especially bad for website owners. The Digg bar routes all Digg articles...

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