Archive for March, 2009

Link: Direct From The Source

Friday, March 27th, 2009

If you are not a beginner in website creation, management, or otherwise, then you know a thing or two about checking your backlinks. Taken advantage of Googles Webmaster Central? Well if you have, then I’m sure you have wondered why you can’t view: all of your competitor’s backlinks, or all of your backlinks as a […]

Get Noticed

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Getting your website noticed is something that not only helps to create organic links, but gets more traffic to your site as well. Are you ready to ramp up your site and not only get it noticed but create brand recognition in your industry? Getting an article published can have a large impact on your […]

Tweet Tweet…Hear That?

Friday, March 20th, 2009

Heard all the buzz about Twitter lately? Here’s a very funny and somewhat informative video we found from our lovely friends at Current on their SuperNews! Channel.      Still not convinced that you need to join the Twittersphere and tweet tweet your life away? This article should help you out as well. Not only […]

Yes, Meta Tags ARE Important!

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

As an internet marketing company that specializes in offsite optimization, we are often confronted with clients that are struggling with their onsite SEO. Onsite SEO, meta tags in particular, have such an impact on what we do offsite, that we now offer website audits to our clients as part of our service offerings to help them […]

Brands In Search Results, Matt Cutts Sheds Some Light

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

A recent blog post by Aaron Wall at SEOBook suggested that Google made an Algorithm change that puts more importance on "Brands" in Search Results.  It created quite a riff in the SEO community and there is an ongoing discussion about it there if you want to check it out and participate.    Matt Cutts […]