Category Archives: SEO

Search Engine Optimization

Why not use both…Pay Per Click and SEO? Maximize ROI

By | December 29, 2009 I was talking to a client the other day about improving their Organic Search Results. They were having problems with under performing keywords. I mentioned to them to start a few Pay Per Click ads form their favorite search engines and look at the conversion rates and ROI, unfortunately no luck. They would rather… Read More »


10 FREE SEO tools

By | December 23, 2009

There are a number of SEO tools I use on a daily basis to help me analyze a client or competitors website. I will use specific tools depending on what type of data I am looking to analyze. These tools can save you a lot of time when researching links, on-page/off-page SEO, social media, ORM,… Read More »


The Top 10 SEO Mistakes

By | November 27, 2009

1.) Targeting the Wrong Keywords This is a mistake many people make and what is worse – even experienced SEO experts make it. People choose keywords that in their mind are descriptive of their website but the average users just may not search them. For instance, if you have a relationship site, you might discover… Read More »


SEO for Twitter Content

By | November 10, 2009

By Julie Batten, ClickZ, Nov 9, 2009 The major search engines have a history of evolving their indexing capabilities to keep up with new types of digital content. First it was HTML text, then blog content, then multimedia files like videos, and more recently it was flash content. Now the search engines are indexing another… Read More »


Search Engine Optimization for Bing

By | October 2, 2009

September 03, 2009, 03:20 PM by Webmaster Center team | 83 Comments | When I attended both SMX Advanced in Seattle back in June and SES San Jose just a couple of weeks ago, I heard a lot of questions from webmasters about Bing, especially pertaining to search engine optimization issues. Typically these included: I… Read More »


How Low Can You Go? Instant Traffic by Improving your Bounce Rate

By | October 1, 2009

September 23, 2009 By: Justin Britt Author’s Website: There’s been some talk about website redesign on the Geek Estate blog recently. If you haven’t read them, check out Joshua Ferris’ post about the lessons learned from his real estate site redesign and Matthew Swanson’s insight on testing new site designs without impacting production. Since… Read More »