Archive for August, 2009

What Comes First – The Web Design Or The SEO?

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

by Dave Talbot

This really is the chicken and egg question of the internet age but depending on who you ask will determine the actual answer you receive. (more…)

7 Vital Factors To Consider Before Building Your Website And Online Presence

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

by Jeremy Gislason

If you want to boost your online success quicker than a New York minute, then keep reading and you will see just how simple and easy it is.

Make no bones about it, your email box is probably flooded with e-mails trying to sell you bulk e-mail addresses or promises to shoot your website to the top of major search engine rankings. (more…)

The 5 Selling Magic Secrets of Billy Mays

Friday, August 7th, 2009

by Barry A. Densa

Billy Mays, who sadly passed away at age fifty, was a pot-bellied, black-bearded Atlantic City carnival barker in a blue long-sleeve shirt and a white undershirt.

He had a loud, shrill and annoyingly exuberant voice. And he seemed to lean forward, through the TV screen, and put his nose in your face, the way only pitchmen do. (more…)

Recent Google Algo Update: Link Building Stays Strong

Friday, August 7th, 2009

by Richard Gilmore

It’s been almost a month since Google made a set of changes to its ranking algorithm which became known as Vince Update. And although there’s been an official statement from Google that it’s not an update but rather some slight changes the name remained in use. (more…)

5 Rules Your SaaS Website Should Follow to Avoid Claims For False Advertising

Friday, August 7th, 2009

by Chip Cooper

Many Internet entrepreneurs are lulled into sleep regarding potential liability for false advertising on their websites. They don’t serve banner ads or engage in pay-per-click advertising – and because of this, they incorrectly believe they are exempt from rules regarding false advertising. Nothing could be more incorrect – and more dangerous in terms of exposure to legal liability. (more…)

Social Networking Sites as a Breaking News Source

Friday, August 7th, 2009

by TJ Philpott

Social networking sites offer people online a gathering spot to casually share their opinions and interests with other like-minded participants. Recent events however have indicated how effective these online communities are for breaking news on a national and international level. (more…)

How Two Simple Changes to Your Marketing Can Increase Profits Even in Hard Times

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

by Tinu AbayomiPaul

It’s the number one topic on an entrepreneur’s mind at some point: what will happen to my business during hard times? Should we panic? How long do recessions last, anyway?

Wish I had the answer to that one, but I have no clue. Dude, I’m a website promotion specialist. How would I know? 😀 (more…)

Five Simple and Powerful Ways to Use Google Analytics

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

by Anna Williams

If you haven’t started using Google Analytics on your website(s) or blogs, I highly highly recommend it. If you’ve set up an account but rarely look at it – I recommend you start looking. (more…)

Reverse SEO is an Important Tool to Suppress Negative Public Relations Online

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

by Julie Ann Ross

Reverse SEO has become one of the most effective strategies for minimizing the impact pf bad publicity within the search engines’ organic listings. It is an online reputation management (ORM) tool of SEO consultants who manage public relations online. Too often, companies become targets for negative press online. Angered customers start blogs to take businesses to task for grievances suffered, real or imagined. Dishonest competitors will often go to great lengths to distribute fraudulent reports online. Still others post untruthful reports about companies simply to cause mischief. The problem is that these blogs, pages, and reports can start ranking well in Google and Yahoo. (more…)

10 Most Effective Questions for Take-Action Testimonials

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

by Donna Gunter

Client testimonials can make or break a web site. They are a vital factor in establishing a relationship of trust with new visitors to your site. Visitors want to see that others just like them have hired you or purchased your products and have successfully overcome some hurdle or some issue. Better yet, when the testimonials specifically note how the client’s life or business has been enhanced by buying your product or service, the visitor then begins to believe that it will help her overcome a similar issue, as well. (more…)

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