I really enjoy these meetings. With so many employees working remotely it is rare we get to all see each other. It’s still pretty early though, and we are going to be starting with a video clip. Is that really such a good idea this early… just don’t turn out the lights. The jet-lag is […]
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I tested both products to see which outperformed the other.
What’s a Brand?
When you think of the perfect brand, what do you think of? Maybe Apple comes to mind, perhaps Marriott, Starbucks, something like …
How can we be like the phoenix and rise from the ashes?
What is Your Strategy? In business strategy class, there were a few key questions that suck out. Here are some questions that you might want to ask yourself when you are staring into a new venture; or even if you are needing to re-calibrate your business as it stands. Some of these questions were generated by
On page Content, content, content Good meta data Off Page Social presence Links to a page (especially from reliable sources) What else are the basics of on page and off page seo? Leave your comments below.
Want Better SEO? Look into Google’s “Webmaster Academy” to get better results on your webpage. The guidelines are very important to get Google to put your website on their search results. If you are not following the guidelines you can get lower in the search results on Google, or even get cut from the search results altogether.
How does Google Work? There are three things that Google does to give you great results: crawling indexing results Crawling Crawling the web. Google starts by “crawling the web” to see what is on each website. It looks at the links, and the sitemap of a company so that it can know what is
Thank you to Rand Fishkin also for writing a great article on page optimization. Here is a link and synopsis. The reasons you want to have an optimized page is as follows: higher rank on search engines (see last blog post for more on this) traffic from social sites (fb, twitter, g+, etc.) get links on other
The first key to SEO is… drum roll please… CONTENT. That’s right, the phrase, “Content is king” is never more true than on your website when you are trying to create value. Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines (I don’t know why anyone else would try to make another one) rate the content of