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15 Ways to Skyrocket The Traffic of A Payday Loans Website

Having trouble attracting qualified traffic to your payday loan website? You’re not alone – and that’s the bad news, Payday Loans SEO is tough. You.
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Tips for Using Longtail Keywords

There is a major communication issue arising between some SEO experts and the general, everyday bloggers who are seeking to better their search standings.  Industry.
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How Does The Hummingbird Update Change Your SEO Strategy?

Hummingbird may be a word that brings to mind small red feeders, bright sun light, and buzzing wings, but for many the term is painting.
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Top 4 Content Curation Tips

Building up a collection of searchable, enlightening content is one of the most important steps to boosting an online presence.  With these tips, you can.
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Google Query Operators: A Great SEO Tool

Google query operators are little tools that allow you to restrict your Google searches so you can find targeted information for your SEO campaigns. This.
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Ecommerce Tips for Success

Shoppers around the world spend billions online, and this is increasing as consumers grow more confident and comfortable with virtual buying options. This is wonderful.
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Enabling gzip Compression

Instant gratification is not good enough for us now; we need things before we know we want them (this is something Google does well!). Waiting.
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Tips for International Websites

The Internet is a global platform; billions of people browse for information, entertainment, and communication purposes, and if your business or site depends on a.
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SEO in 2013: Ring in the New Year with an Optimised Site

Forget about losing weight, quitting smoking, or getting up an hour early to meditate: your New Year’s resolution should be to create a fully optimized.
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What is Co-Citation?

Rand Fishkin of SEOMoz recently wrote that he predicts anchor text is going to be eclipsed as a signal and “replaced by something else, something.
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5 Tips for Pay-Per-Call Success

Mobile Internet use is on the rise, and it will soon surpass traditional access. In fact, in 2012, there will be more mobile Internet devices.
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Rel=Canonical vs. 301 Redirects

Last time, we talked about what a rel=canonical request is and how to implement one on pages that may contain duplicate content (as happens frequently.
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What is Your Unique Selling Proposition?

As Dr. Seuss tells us, “There is no one alive who is you-er than you.” You’re you, and that’s great. For you. Now, why is.
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M-Commerce Bounce Rates

There are over 1 billion subscriptions for mobile devices in the world; soon, more people will access the Internet via their phone, iPod, or tablet.
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Optimising Videos for YouTube

Video is an incredible medium by which to grab your audience’s attention, to captivate, to teach, to entertain. There are billions of videos on YouTube.
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Optimising Your Site: Using CSS

CSS, or cascading style sheets, is not a new technique, but as you look through your site for ways to improve your SEO campaign, this.
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CRO: How’s Your Landing Page?

Your landing page: this is where things get serious.  You’re not being subtle; you are telling visitors what you would like them to do, whether.
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Google, Don’t Follow Me: Tips for Nofollow Links

Links play a big role in search rankings, but sometimes, you may not want Google to follow them.  The search engine used to allow you.
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Boost SEO with Better Site Navigation

How do you keep your site users happy?  Give them relevant, interesting content; make sure it loads fast; and make sure they can find what.
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Tips for More Effective Content Curation

In late 2011, we spoke of how important content curation was becoming for web and business owners.  Not only does it tame the flow of.
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Leaving Breadcrumbs

Hansel and Gretel dropped breadcrumbs to find their way back home; this fairy tale is the inspiration for the technical breadcrumb.  Websites with multiple pages.
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About the ALT Attribute

Web users love a variety of media; while textual content is essential, it is also important to offer a mix of images, videos, infographics, and.
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Defending Against Content Scraping with Rel=Author

When the first Panda update was issued, one of the problems it highlighted was duplicate content. Many sites found themselves in the unenviable position of.
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Rethinking Your Permalink Structure

When you talk about your day, you want to say you’ve done something important.  Today is that kind of a day; you’re going to take.
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Tips for Leveraging Pinterest

If you haven’t been pinned, you’re missing out.  Pinterest refers more traffic to ecommerce websites than larger, longer-established sites including YouTube, Reddit, and LinkedIn, and.
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Tips For Optimising Your URL

Your website’s URL is not a throwaway detail; it is literally your address. It is how people – and search engines – are going to.
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How to Conduct a Link Audit

Every New Year’s, we tend to take stock of the past year and plot out a course to do it a little better in the.
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How to Create an RSS Feed

RSS feeds are nothing new; publishers have been using these feeds for years to syndicate content automatically into a standardized format. This is essential for.
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Steps to Workable Links in Your YouTube Videos

It is important that all of your content be optimized; this has given rise to an offshoot of SEO, known as VSEO, or video search.
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Test Crawling to Find SEO Errors

Mistakes happen; we’re only human – and we’re working with computers, which doubles the risk of errors.  Even just one line of code that was.
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Using Rich Snippets

In the increasingly crowded Internet world, webmasters need to use all the tools at their disposal to rise above the competition.  One way to do.
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How to Generate QR Codes

While they have not been widely adopted yet, QR codes present incredible usability and potential for businesses.  Connect with customers on social media sites; send.
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SEO: Does Speed Matter?

The clear answer is “Yes” and “Not much.”  Google does use page load speed as a signal for ranking.  But, says the search giant, “it.
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Tools for Developing and Testing Device Agnostic Mobile Sites

Shawn Gross, an integrated marketing communications specialist, writes, “Don’t obsess about the device, because there isn’t going to be one that ultimately wins.  Students have.
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Why SEO Still Has A Bad Reputation

Despite a growing need for SEO services, and despite evidence that optimization techniques helped UK retailers weather the 2008-2009 economic meltdown, SEO as an industry.
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Click Here for a Strong Call to Action

Perhaps because it seems so self-evident, many websites do not put a lot of time or thought into their calls of action.  Instead, the focus.
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Interactive Marketing Growing in Importance

It has been said that traditional marketing is dead, or nearly so.  Interactive marketing, though, is very much alive and kicking.  A new report by.
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Google is the Biggest — But Is It the Best?

Google’s share of the search engine market swallows up the rest of the competition.  At more than two-thirds, Google is undoubtedly the biggest, most-used search.
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SEO Content: Hardest Work, Biggest Return

SEO always comes down to content.  You could use the most effective strategies, like link building, solid keyword choices, and using metadata, but if you.
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Google’s Page Speed Service

Page speed is an important factor in rankings and has informed design choices for years.  Webmasters have a variety of tools with which to test.
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Paid Vs. Organic Search

Search engine optimization is not always an objective, clear-cut process; often it involves judgment calls.  One of these involves paid vs. organic search terms.  If.
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Optimising for Bing?

When search marketers look for analytics, they usually go to sources like comScore or Experian Hitwise.  Both of these organizations put Google at the top.
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SEO and Social Media

What you say is important; how you say it is just as crucial in terms of your online visibility.  Social media can be an excellent.
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Is Content Still SEO King?

Does high quality content still matter when your business or site is focusing on social media to build your brand or interact with consumers?  When.
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The Challenges of Global SEO

One of the biggest challenges facing global SEO efforts is the increasing emphasis, from both traditional desktop and mobile technologies, on local.  From Google Places.
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How Has the Panda Update Affected Small Businesses?

Big-name sites like eHow saw significant decreases in their search engine rankings after the so-called Panda Update went into effect.  But while sites like this.
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Panda Update: Highlights Attitude Towards SEO

What is SEO?  For many, it is just spam dressed up, packaged, and delivered as a legitimate business tool.  Even as budgets for search engine.
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Twitter Adds “Who to Follow” and “People” Options

There are over 200 million Twitter accounts –with almost a million added in March 2011 alone. While this doesn’t necessarily reflect the number of active.
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Search Engines Take On Spam

Spam. Sometimes, it seems impossible to get away from it.  Search results are inevitably infected by a handful of malicious sites, particularly surrounding trending terms. .
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Google: Keyword Domains Aren’t A Free Ride Any More

Your domain name is as important as your business’s name; it is not only representative of your business, it is a practical identifier as well. .
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