web marketing

April 8th, 2011

SEO Questions Answered

Recently we had a potential client email us some questions about the inner workings of Search Engine Optimization and some of the things search engines are looking for. As I was responding, the thought came to mind that more of you out there may have some of the same questions and concerns about how Search Engine Optimization works and what we as SEO Specialists do to make your site more visible to search engines.

February 28th, 2011

The Wrath of Google

Last week, it was JC Penney that Google came down on, for what could only be called “black hat SEO” techniques used on their behalf by a company that this author will no longer be directing your attention to. They can get their own [expletive deleted] press.

February 25th, 2011

So You’re Number One in Google, Now What?

A colleague of mine recently stated that he had acquired positions one, two, and three in Google for all his targeted keywords. He didn’t seem as happy as one would expect while I congratulated him. I said “what’s wrong aren’t you excited,” He said “now what!” I said “Just because your number one in Google for all your targeted keywords doesn’t mean the job is over. Your job has just begun!”

January 21st, 2011

Web Design Trends 2011

Successful website design demands keeping up with current web design trends. Implementing the latest styles and techniques will increase marketability and allow businesses to remain competitive. As business continues to pick up in 2011, take a few moments to consider what will become popular this year.

December 13th, 2010

3 SEO Mistakes You May Have Already Made

All too often, managers approach their web designers, marketing departments and copywriters, and ask them to optimize the website for SEO. The idea of course is to save money by avoiding the costs associated with employing or retaining the services of an SEO expert. However, the results are usually ineffective and wind up costing you both wasted time and money. Bad SEO can even affect your website negatively.

February 3rd, 2010

Minimizing the Effects of Google’s Sandbox

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.

December 29th, 2009

Email Marketing CAN-SPAM Compliancy Requirements

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.

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