3. June 2010

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SEO Paranoia and an Existentialist’s Cry for the Internet’s Greatest Gift: Freedom!

Search Engine Optimization as an industry is an incredibly volatile field to say the absolute least. What with Google and its guidelines, algorithm updates, reports of click fraud and the inconsistency of industry standards and protocols – bottom line is this business is not for the faint of heart! The industry as a whole is [...]

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3. June 2010

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Click Fraud, the Pending Doom of the Internet

Pay-Per-Click advertising is huge business. So huge that many companies and individuals rely on the integrity of the service in order to survive and thrive on the net. I’m not about to get into a sob story of some mid-sized company getting their marketing dollars drained and drilled due to fraudulent clicks on their pay-per-click [...]

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3. June 2010

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Press Releases and how they Relate to SEO & Online Promotions

The concept of a press release has been so distorted with its recent ubiquitous usage and distribution online. The bottom line is that a press release is just that; a release to the press’ and the press is only considered with one thing and one thing only: news. Now, what someone deems news is contingent [...]

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3. June 2010

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Introducing the SEO Tool Box

Dun-Tada-Dun! And now I give you: SEO Tool Box! Feel free to check out my new link section on the right column, entitled’SEO Tool Box,’ which includes a series of sites with cool (due to being free!), practical and useful online software and tools to help with the Search Engine Optimization process. My SEO repertoire [...]

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3. June 2010

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Search Engine Marketplace Oversaturated? Not Quite

http://www.billmaher.comSearch Engines seem to be all the rave these days. What with search being the second highest activity on a PC, second only to emails, the topic has become rather heated amongst SEO(s) and people involved in SEM and search engine optimization in general. Google’s obviously been dominating the search engine marketplace for sometime, mainly [...]

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3. June 2010

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Is Increasing Web Traffic w/o Supreme Content Possible?

In some circles, after reading the title of this entry, this could and possibly should be the shortest article ever written, commencing and concluding with two letters followed by a period: No. But we’re going to get creative, as marketing and creative executives do! So let’s say you have a site, and let’s say you [...]

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