18 May 2011
In the early days of SEO, optimisation was, at best, based on submitting your site to a search engine such as Yahoo or Excite and filling your text and Metas with keywords. In the coming years, the first algorithms began to surface, based on database-matched keywords. These were relatively easy to crack and some SEO pioneers would build pages based on these cracked algorithms for easy #1 ranking. As algorithms got more sophisticated, so did the SEO’s methods. Fast forward to 2011 and it’s a whole new optimization arena.
11 May 2011
When engaging in new SEO activities for your website, business listings that are search engine optimised are one of the more user friendly steps in enticing a customer to click through to your website. They can display reviews, maps and photographs of your business, all designed to help your customer make a better decision while browsing. One of the best business listing tools for SEO has made a recent change that both existing and new customers should take advantage of.
9 May 2011
With social interaction reaching a boiling point, what can you do other than the usual suspects (Facebook, Twitter etc) to engage your clients and customers? Once upon a time, blogging was just considered a tool for angst ridden teens and those odd people who stayed up late at night, complaining about sci-fi shows. These days, blogging has become an invaluable tool to promote your business, hobby or online store.