Posts Tagged ‘ website ’

Social Media: The Bottom Line.

August 22, 2011

If people go to your website because of your social media campaign great, but that should not be your primary focus for delving into social media.


Maintaining Your Website’s Integrity

May 16, 2011

If you follow these rules, your site will maintain its integrity no matter how often Google changes its algorithm.


Tips to Fix Your Bounce Rate

November 15, 2010

If you write Web/SEO content, you write.  You may not write well, but you write.  And the secret writing well is stealing from others who write better.  No, I don’t mean plagiarism.  I mean finding out what works and adapting what works to your own writing style.  Any good writer will tell you not to [...]


The Long and Short of Keywords

September 29, 2010

So, let’s get a little deeper into this conversation about what kinds of words you should optimize your site for.  It’s great that you want to optimize your site for the word ‘burger,’ but you will have to compete with 38,300,000 other pages (according to Google at the time of this post).  You could try [...]


Becoming Your Own Competition

September 16, 2010

Recently, I read a blog that purported that SEO content is all but dead.  This blog listed 15 ways in which a person could use social media marketing to spread their message across the Webiverse.  One of the ways suggested was to write articles and post them on article submission sites.  I commented on his [...]


Amplifying Your Message with Social Bookmarking

September 2, 2010

So, first thing’s first.  I owe TweetDeck an apology.  I said in yesterday’s blog they don’t allow users to schedule Tweets.  Their latest version, which was never updated on my computer, does allow users to schedule Tweets.  So, I apologize for the misinformation; though, if my computer did not automatically update TweetDeck, there are probably [...]


SEO Tips for Web Designers

August 31, 2010

Last week I talked about the importance of integrating your SEO content and social media marketing.  I also mentioned it’s important to make sure your site is designed to be SEO friendly.  I mentioned it, but I never explained it. The other day, I talked to a Web designer whose clients we write Web content [...]


Integrating Your Website’s Content and Design

August 24, 2010

We’ve focused on making connections with potential clients, our website’s recent redesign, adding content to our static pages, and other side projects.  Now, we want to focus on getting more content on our dynamic pages, so we’re blogging Mondays through Fridays. Yesterday, I talked about considering your customer base in your social media marketing efforts.  [...]


Considering Your Customer Base

August 23, 2010

This last weekend, I went to a small café. I walked through the doors of the once 19th century home, ordered a coffee, and found a seat. Moments later the barista brought my coffee to me and asked me if I’d like a menu. All I wanted to do was sit, drink a cup of [...]


Social Media Environmentalism

May 24, 2010

Throughout the last several years, programmers have developed WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Web design platforms, allowing everyone to take their piece of the Web. Among the most popular of those are WordPress, MovableType, and Wix.  I believe that of all of those sites that allow everyone their piece of the Web, [...]


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