Month May, 2008

Using pay-per-click guinea pigs: How to leverage PPC for more successful SEO campaigns

May 27th, 2008 @ // 11 Comments

Using pay-per-click guinea pigs: How to leverage PPC for more successful SEO campaigns

It happens to the best of us. You work on an SEO campaign with a few carefully chosen keywords for months. But when you finally get to the top of the search engine results…nothing. The traffic you expected doesn’t come in or, even worse, neither does the money. You start to wonder, “What went wrong? […]

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Category : Blog &Keyword Research &Paid Search

Do we follow? A look at the notorious nofollow attribute

May 24th, 2008 @ // 21 Comments

Do we follow? A look at the notorious nofollow attribute

This is a post I wanted to do a while ago, but I didn’t find the time. It’s about the infamous nofollow attribute. As most of you know, I’m not particularly a fan of the nofollow tag. In this post I’m going to talk about why it is used and, I say this part sadly, […]

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Category : Blog

Simple SEO: explaining and understanding SEO in the simplest way possible

May 22nd, 2008 @ // 7 Comments

Simple SEO: explaining and understanding SEO in the simplest way possible

  It’s been a while since I’ve had time to post here as I am extremely busy with RankSense. In selling an SEO software suite I answer a lot of technical questions, but, oddly enough, I feel I have become much better at explaining what SEO actually is. As SEO has become more mainstream, and […]

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Category : Blog &On-page SEO

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