Posts Tagged ‘Search Engine Optimisation’
Link building seems to be an overused term in the internet but how many of you really do what the words connotes? Link building is not just an SEO technique but a human activity that needs to be dwelled on. It is more or less synonymous to relationship building but in this case, online. The SEO technique would be to actually build relationships in the net . It is more effective than just “link building” as experts profess to this practice.
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An interesting set of data may implicate a high correlation between Facebook shares and Google US search position. There is cause to believe that Facebook data may be used by Google. One is from a recent interview with Google/Bing last December 2010 admitted that they were using social media signals in to rank search results. Another one is that Facebook search information can be seen in search results and would only normally mean that Google had access to at least some Facebook data. Although proofs are not yet that conclusive and there are several caveats with the said statistics and they may only be casually related.
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Many SEOs find this quite difficult due to the fact that programming and optimization for the site for mobile devices is difficult. Between being time consuming and costly at times, it presents a conundrum for most. The article basically covers how you could go about optimizing your site. Some great points such as taking advantage of the data you have by using statistics or having your site relegate to who is constantly visits your website or by using Facebook to promote your site. The thesis here is never settle for being just a good site but a great site.
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Mobile SEO Tips For Everyone – Filmed on an iPad 2 – Whiteboard Friday
The article is about how one should go about optimising their webpage traffic and is specifically targeted at new web site owners. Mostly the article stresses the use of carful choices – The sites keywords or how it will fair in a search query is vital. After that the site must be relevant to that query and avoid 'spamming' which as the writer points out is one thing sites like Google flag. This can dramatically affect traffic. Finally the article encourages careful choices with regard to advertising which it points out can itself look like spam if it is overdone.
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Five top tips for on-page optimisation
LUV Media has always been on my mind since Smart Designers started in 2004, my main goal was to eventually have my own SEO company as this was a very interesting arena and I loved the buzz and hype in the search engine optimisation space.
Now in 2011 I have prepared myself to take the SEO industry on in a big way, I have studied hard in every aspect of SEO and notice that the competition in this industry is farce – however I have noticed that most SEO companies only do a fraction of what I have learned from the masters.
LUV Media has been born. Stage 1 has now been completed (Blog setup) and now I am moving onto Stage 2 – Content Curation, first I am going to research each of my client industries and find great content, grab the RSS feeds and curate the good stuff! This will produce lots and lots of pages on my client blogs (the more pages we have indexed by the might Google the better).
Just love this stuff!
OK we are now ready for our first intake, if you are interested in our "All in One SEO Package" please register on our SEO Services page.
Please note we are only accepting a handful of clients at this time, registration closes 7th March.
Looking forward to working with you.
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