With the countless online ventures on the Internet today, people who want to build successful online businesses may wonder how they can get a high search engine ranking and beat out their competitors. Accomplishing this goal in a very precise manner can be imperative if they want to have the most success possible. Continue reading “Getting High Results Ranking for Online Success”
Getting the right kind of search engine optimization for your company’s online marketing campaign can get really expensive if you do not know exactly what services to look for. Sadly, most search engine optimization companies do not keep up with the latest changes in the major search engines; therefore, their techniques do not work as well as they should. Continue reading “Beware SEO Experts Who Are Beyond Their Best Before Date”
High productivity is normally associated with organization. That is why most people would be very comfortable with Mike Munter’s suggestion that it is best to be organizing your Gmail Inbox for high productivity. You will find that same thinking in other posts by Lifehacker and Mediacurrent on how you can use Gmail most efficiently. In this post you will find advice which goes completely in the opposite direction. It will probably also go against your natural inclination when you try to be more efficient. However if you are willing to take the risk that your e-mail efficiency can be doubled, then you may be willing to try out an approach which at first sight seems completely illogical. What we are suggesting is to leave all those e-mail messages in a great messy pile, a veritable haystack, and rely on Google search when you are looking for a needle. Continue reading “Disorganize Your Gmail And Double Your Productivity”
This article is contributed by Thomas McMahon.
It’s no trade secret that guest posting is a favorite technique of link builders and SEOs around the globe. This has made the inboxes of webmasters and editors who accept these outside contributions flood to the point of bursting, and has created thousands of sites that feature poorly written guest posts that are stuffed with links. Continue reading “Should You Stop Accepting Guest Posts”
You may have noticed that there are many more visible authors on the Internet. In many search results, Google shows a small picture of the author to the left of the small snippet that describes the content. It seems likely that Google is putting much more emphasis on the author of a given Web page in deciding whether this is likely to be a quality article that deserves a higher ranking.
Apparently the concept involves the notion of an Author Rank. This is likely to be the hot topic in search for 2013. Here we will describe what is involved in that concept and you will find at the very end of this post a really puzzling question that arises on this. Continue reading “Authors, Google May Be Looking For You”
This article is by a guest contributor.
South Korea, France, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States are leading the world in Internet usage. Experts expect Internet marketing to be a huge priority in these countries and are watching these top five countries to determine the new trends in Internet marketing and online business. Continue reading “Internet Marketing Is Going Mobile Around The World”
Type 1 and Type 2 Errors may be something you vaguely remember from statistics courses but few people really know what the terms mean. If you turn to Wikipedia hoping for some clarification on Type 1 and Type 2 Errors, then you are in for a disappointment. It starts off with a clear warning:
This article may be too technical for most readers to understand.
This is a guest article by Ruben Corbo.
Once you have built a search engine optimized (SEO) website, your focus should turn to link building. By building links into your website from other sites you will increase your site’s visibility, PageRank, and SEO. Every link you build has the potential to feed new traffic to your site while increasing your credibility with the search engines. Continue reading “Link Building: Fuel for Your Website”
This week has rightly been taken up with the eulogies for Steve Jobs, that remarkable man who died this week. So a rumor which normally would have received a great deal of newspaper speculation went almost unnoticed.