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Tag Archives: SEO
Welcome to my annual posting of new trends, changes and predictions occurring within the SEO industry. Now to be fair, my data is collected, compiled, evaluated and re-processed to bring you the most up to date trends and concerns within … Continue reading
Just a quick post to point out a cool little resource worth linking to. This came across my email today – A SEO Dictionary. It’s setup real easy to use and provides a quick resource for those new to the … Continue reading
SEO continues to get more specific and a bit harder the case of SERPs and gaining leverage. In many respects its becoming the Web that we wished for, for so many years. Though as SEO’s that means we need to … Continue reading
Sure you know the scoop by now. Pick out your keywords, grab a handfull or more of keyword URL domains and plant your seed sites into ground. The MO for this was, by doing this you claim important keyword traffic … Continue reading
The following SEO predictions are collected from a combination of personal studies and that of over 30 industry websites. It is thru this study that I have culminated the top and most anticipated movements within the SEO community. The points … Continue reading
SEO – Extreme Keyword Analysis Extracting phrases and common words to better format your pages At some point, if you are a serious SEO your gonna want to dig a little deeper into data to see how your web page … Continue reading
While your results will vary depending on what words you use, I have found the best way to get a true scope is by limiting as much as possible. Though this requires a bit of demonstration: So we will use … Continue reading