It’s a fact! 80 percent of all web traffic begins with a search engine. That’s why investing in SEO is an absolute must for any website owner. This post focuses on good content; creativity; establishing trust and interacting with readers/customers.
With so much to do, it is hard to find the time to improve your site’s search ranking. By following the steps in this article you will learn how, in just one hour a week, to gradually move your site to page one in the search engines.
This infographic and article covers all the basics of using Google Analytics, demystifies terms and enhances understanding of statistics.
Matt Cutts of Google explains techniques that will help your small web site to beat larger web sites in the rankings.
Is your WordPress navigation giving you the best chance of ranking well with Google, Yahoo and other search engines? This post provides expert advice on the best ways to optimize your WordPress navigation to provide a good user experience while improving your rankings.
We all need to maximize our social networking and increase our visitors and fan base for our sites. This post describes 13 ways to boost your visitor engagement, build your email list, and drive more traffic to your sites. It serves as a good reminder to more experienced marketers of our tasks.
Picking the correct keywords that you use as in-content links is often a hodgepodge of guesswork, memory and words that you think will boost SEO. This post provides tips to help you choose keywords for in-content linking that is strategic, consistent and helps readers discover more relevant material.
Keep up your web site rankings in the face of Google’s continual updates. In this comprehensive post learn how to detect a Penguin penalty, how to prevent getting hit by penguin, how to recover (with detailed link clean up instructions) and to debunk certain myths about Penguin.
This truly well thought out and clearly written post goes a long way towards helping anyone with a web site understand why they rank the way they do in the Google SERPs. It also provides a handy mindmap that includes many of the bits necessary to begin the slow, steady rise in search engine rankings.