Archive for May, 2009

My Seven Step Method of Commenting to Form Relationships

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

by Tinu AbayomiPaul

If I comment on your blog, it’s NOT for the sole purpose of getting a link.

I can buy links, earn them, submit for them, write articles, win awards, be written about, publish a press release, create a podcast…. so what the heck do I need you to link to me for? (more…)

Drag and Drop with AJAX Example

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

by Jamie Munro

At my work it’s quite clear to me that a lot of people have difficulty with both AJAX and drag and drop functionality. In this article, I thought I would provide a realistic and simplistic example of how to accomplish both AJAX and drag and drop together. (more…)

How to get indexed by Google in ONE hour

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

by Jamie Munro

If you’re not familiar with how some people accomplish getting their web sites submitted to Google quickly, you are going to absolutely love this article.

I’ve bet you’ve heard from many people that it can take days, weeks, even months to get indexed by Google. If you have heard that, you’re now thinking, “OK Jamie, you must have had a really stressful day at work today and you’re now hallucinating that this is possible!”. (more…)

5 Things You MUST Check Before You Buy the New SEO Software or Trust a Google Expert

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

by Tinu AbayomiPaul

Here’s a trick people fall for all the time. It’s so common the really scuzzy people have a name for it – it’s called “False Proof.”

The one that has been chapping my behind is when a supposed search expert will say, “I’m number one out of 33 million results.” And you think, really? 33 MILLION? (more…)

How To Create Good Copywriting For Conversions, Part 1 – Stats

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

by Matt Tuens

In the next three articles in our series on Using Copywriting for Better SEO and Marketing we will look at how content increases conversions. Each article will focus on a different aspect of improving conversion: stats, content creation, and testing new content. This first article covers the basics of stats and analytics. (more…)

Top 20 Google Ranking Factors

Monday, May 18th, 2009

by Jon Bergan

Websites are quickly becoming one of the most popular ways of advertising. Whether it be a business, its product or service or something completely different, everyone of all ages are turning to the web as a method of getting their message out there. With the popularity of this marketing medium increasing and the number of websites always growing, it is obvious that everyone wants to appear at the top of Google’s search engine rankings. Achieving such a task is never an easy feat, however with a bit of perseverance, one can definitely increase their chances of reaching that glorious first page result. (more…)

Increasing traffic to your websites is the best Adsense trick

Monday, May 18th, 2009

This article will give you several different ways to increase your Adsense income. The first step is to log into your Adsense account and look at your last months states. There are three key areas that contribute to your earnings: Impressions, Clickthroughs and Effective CPM. (more…)

101 High Paying AdSense Keywords

Monday, May 18th, 2009

For a typical blogger or website owner, we make money when someone clicks on one of the Google Ads on our site, or per 1000 impressions of the AdSense links. For most of us, we already know how hard it is to get people to click on these links and even if they do, sometimes the chosen ads are low paying ones because of the keywords used on our page. (more…)

Why It’s Smarter – and More Profitable – to Market Like You Date

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

by Tinu AbayomiPaul

Imagine this.

You see a beautiful woman in a grocery store. She smiles at you suggestively. So you move in closer to flirt with her.

You stand next to her in front of the ice cream cooler and make eye contact. She smiles, looks away, your eyes meet again in the reflection from the glass. She turns and says, “Hi, I’m Candy.” (more…)

Online Reputation Management Leveraged with Social Media Optimization

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

by Julie Ann Ross

Online Reputation Management, ORM, is the practice of managing an individual or business reputation within online media. Online media, including search engines, are managed to make positive information visible to the public and downplay any information which could negatively affect the individual or business. Reputations are earned. Years of hard work and building trust can be destroyed online, often anonymously. In this article you will learn why building, maintaining and protecting reputations has become as important online as it is offline. Learn how to manage your online reputation with social media optimization. (more…)

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