Archive for the "On-Site SEO" Category

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 […]

Don’t Build Links To Your Web Pages

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

There is no point in building links to your web pages unless you have already done your on site SEO first. In a very popular previous post we did we discussed the difference between an SEO personality and a Link Builder’s personality. An SEO typically focuses on optimizing the content ON the web site. (aka […]

Vertical Measures Website Move, Update & Blog Integration (part 4 of 4)

Friday, December 12th, 2008

Well we can hardly believe it.  WE PULLED IT OFF!  If this is your first time to our blog you may be asking did what?  For the last month we have documented the process of moving our web site to a new hosting company, redesigning and updating it and integrating our blog Link Building Best […]

Vertical Measures Website Move, Update & Blog Integration (part 3 of 4)

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Welcome back!  This is the 3rd part of the 4 part series on moving our website to a new hosting company, redesigning the verticalmeasures.com website and integrating this blog linkbuildingbestpractices.com in to the new website so they are all one site.   Last week we talked about why we chose WordPress as the platform for […]

VerticalMeasures.com Website Move, Update & Blog Integration

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

The time has come to update our company website http://www.verticalmeasures.com however for extra fun we are also moving the website to a new hosting company AND merging this blog (Link Building Best Practices) in to the website so they are no longer separate sites and domains.  We thought it would be cool to document the […]