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Gaining High Search Ranking With Your Facebook Page

September 15, 2011 Manoj Jasra

Facebook pages are popping up as quickly as websites and blogs, in fact I am often seeing organizations push users to their Facebook page due to the built-in social interactivity of Facebook pages. With the majority of our online experiences still starting with search, whether it be on Google, Bing […]

Keeping Your XML Sitemap Up To Date

September 12, 2011 Matthew Elshaw

Sitemaps are an easy way for you to inform search engines about which pages should be crawled and indexed for your website. The XML sitemap protocol is supported by Google, Yahoo! and Bing, so it’s important to ensure yours is updated on a regular basis.

How To Set Up Your Site Correctly

May 4, 2010 Stoney De Geyter

Many people are afraid of Google’s seemingly “big brother” approach to the web. Google appears to keep digging their hands further and further into our lives, collecting data and using in ways that some may not trust as being completely benevolent. While I have some concerns about Google’s approach to […]

Should Your IT Team Still Develop Your Website?

April 21, 2010 Mike Moran

Back in the late ’90s, just putting up a Web site was a technical feat. Things broke every minute of the day and none of us really knew how to make the site perform, much less do things the way customers expected. I know. I was there. But it’s not […]

Using Google To Track Changes On Your Site

April 13, 2010 Patrick Hare

Tracking website changes is always advisable for anyone who has an SEO campaign in place. In many cases, SEO changes can get wiped out when a webmaster reverts to an older version of the site, or inadvertently deletes code placed on the website for better rankings.

Developing Good Content With SEO Copywriting

March 16, 2010 Stoney De Geyter

The following series is pulled from a presentation I gave to a group of beauty bloggers hosted by L’Oreal in New York. Most of the presentation is geared toward how to make a blog more search engine and user-friendly, however I will expand many of the concepts here to include […]

404 Errors Could Be Killing Your Site Traffic

March 2, 2010 Josh McCoy

404 errors, dead pages, bad links, whatever you like to call them are a great way to increase your bounce rate, decrease your online revenues and make you look sloppy. This form of conversion suicide can be corrected by monitoring your site well to make sure that you are not […]

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