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Can Nofollow Twitter Links be Used for SEO? 

16. March 2010

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Ever since Twitter hit mainstream, SEO professionals have been experimenting with the system to find some way to leverage it for search engine optimization. While backlinking could have been an incredible function, Twitter had set it up so that all links were nofollow. Thus, web marketers were found promoting their names and focusing on their networks.

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What to look for in an SEO Company – Doing your Homework can Save you Money

8. January 2010

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SEO is an essential Internet marketing tool that is necessary for your website’s success. There is no question of the astronomical benefits of an SEO marketing campaign. Launching a full SEO marketing campaign will take a lot of time and effort. Many companies choose to find an Internet Marketing company to handle this aspect of marketing.

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Avoid these Top Six SEO Myths and Learn the Facts

6. January 2010

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Before you spend valuable time and money on a SEO marketing campaign, find out the top six SEO myths and avoid falling into their traps. Learn the facts.

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Why is your High Quality Website on the “Badly Indexed” List?

11. December 2009

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You have a well developed website that contains quality information, has adequate keywords, and you make sure to update it regularly. So, why is your site being indexed badly? This can be quite frustrating, especially when you take the time and spend the money to create a well designed website.

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Humans Will be Humans: Interest SEO Tidbits About Human Behavior

1. September 2009

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Even the best SEO practices can’t take into account the one factor that can “fudge everything up” – humans. At the end of every search query, at the end of over click, there is a human who is controlling it all. It is fascinating at times to watch how we behave, and to try and apply some reasoning and logic behind why we do everything that we do.

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Tips for Getting Your Pages Indexed

13. August 2009

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If you have ever built a site or added pages to an existing site and had to wait ages for it to get indexed, you likely felt a great deal of frustration. You can only make money if your site shows up in search engines. Indexing is important, and it is hard to sit back and wait for Google.

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What’s Your SEO Risk Level?

29. July 2009

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I’ve done it; you’ve done it; probably a lot of your friends have done it as well. We all know the risks involved, but when nobody is watching us we all engage in a little risky behavior. I’m talking about speeding of course – and as much as we all know what will happen if we get caught, our lead foots seem to keep pushing that pedal farther and farther down. Sure, we might get away with it for years going 10 or even 20 over the speed limit. Yet we all know that one day we might get caught.

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12 Mistakes SEO Firms New and Old Make

16. March 2009

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Whether you are a newcomer to the field of SEO, or have been doing this for years, chances are that you occasionally fall into one of the 12 most common mistakes that are made in the effort to gain rank in search. Based on the mistakes we’ve made in the past, and mistakes we see others making, we’ve compiled this list to help us all become better at SEO by avoiding the common pitfalls.

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SEO Changes: Is it Time to Abandon the NoFollow Directive?

6. March 2009

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Unless you’ve been living in a vacuum, no doubt you are keenly aware of the roaring popularity of micro-blogging sites such as Twitter and Tumblr. The popularity of these sites, combined with the ease of updating them, has transformed the blogosphere. Today, more people update their micro-blogging sites more than they do traditional blogs. Millions of people are linking to their status updates left on these sites and the search engines are happily crawling along looking at the links. The question for SEO firms is this: How does this change affect SEO techniques, and is it time to abandon the nofollow directive?

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There is More to SEO Than Tracking Rankings

25. February 2009

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Think about two department stores located in the middle of town. One is brand new, glitzy and has the “designer” name. The other has been around for years, has a modest appearance and locally owned – and perhaps not everyone has even heard of them. Yet, the modest department store is drawing in more customers and creating more sales despite the fact it isn’t the “#1 retailer”. How can this be? It’s for the same reason that being #1 in the search engine rankings doesn’t necessary spell success – you have to look at more than just where you rank, but how your traffic and segments are doing in comparison to various factors to determine how well your site is (or isn’t) doing.

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