Search Engine Optimization

Minimizing the Effects of Google’s Sandbox

February 3rd, 2010

Every new website is subject to the Google sandbox, otherwise known as age delaying. The sandbox is the virtual place Google puts new websites before it deems them eligible for decent search rankings. Although this age delay varies from site to site, on average new websites with new domains must wait six months before they will be allowed into Google’s coveted Top Positions club.

Pay-Per-Ranking Success Stories

February 2nd, 2010

Pay-Per-Ranking is an innovative SEO marketing technique that delivers high search engine rankings based upon organic search results, and companies pay only when they achieve a desired ranking, typically Page One results.

Pay-Per-Click Marketing and Management

January 29th, 2010

The Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising/marketing campaign has emerged as the primary online marketing techniques utilized by anyone from sole proprietors, small businesses, and international corporations. However, mismanagement of PPC marketing often results in low click conversion and high marketing costs. Typically, a basic understanding of the fundamentals of PPC just isn’t enough to build an effective Pay Per Click campaign, especially in a market with a large amount of competitors.

Using Twitter to Tweet for Business

January 28th, 2010

That’s right. Today, even our elected officials tweet on a daily basis. Senators are on Facebook; Members of the House are on MySpace; and even certain governors are reaching out to their constituencies on Twitter.

Website Design and Development

January 25th, 2010

A first impression is just that, and you don't get a second chance at it. That's why the first time around your website has to captivate your visitor audience. Otherwise, with one click, off they go to another site that is more attractive, more relevant to them, and that makes more sense. After all, there literally are millions to choose from.

Social Networking: What Is It, and Why Your Company Should Use It

January 3rd, 2010

At this point in time, MySpace and Facebook have become household names. MySpace is still categorized a website for the younger generation whereby individuals can chat with their friends, meet new people, and share photos and links, while Facebook has emerged as a more sophisticated, streamlined version, utilized by young and old alike.

Email Marketing CAN-SPAM Compliancy Requirements

December 29th, 2009

Whether you’re utilizing your own in-house marketing department or outsourcing to a web marketing company, it is critical that your email marketing campaign is CAN-SPAM (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing) compliant. Not exactly sure what that is, or whether or not your emails meet the criteria set forth by the FTC? It’s in your best interest to find out quickly, before you hit the send button on one more campaign.

eCommerce Predictions – Social Media and Mobile Marketing

December 22nd, 2009

There are several new trends emerging in the world of E-Commerce, but perhaps the most prevalent is that of social networking and its effects on the current online market. In previous years, the growing popularity of Cyber Monday was fed by a blast of email marketing messages, which continued throughout the holiday shopping season as online retailers sought to capture larger revenues from consumers.

Website Design & SEO: A Match Made in Online Heaven

October 14th, 2009

A company may choose to redesign its website for any number of reasons, the most common of which is to update an outdated look. A new look, along with better user functionality, can go a long way towards enhancing a company’s image.

Email Marketing Tips and Techniques

September 22nd, 2009

Email marketing campaigns have emerged as a valuable marketing tool utilized to increase brand awareness, maintain high Internet visibility, and attract new prospects to a corporation's customer base. But a corporation does not necessarily need to launch a heavy, ongoing campaign to achieve positive results. Email marketing comes in many shapes and forms, and can often be used on a daily basis.

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