Hashtags are being used in marketing campaigns large and small to attract buzz in some new and creative ways and as SEOs we all need to be considering how important these are going to be for the future of search. Google + has already implemented hashtags to both searches and posts as many of you have online marketing pros have already begun to see: Facebook is really lacking on their.
After watching Wil Reynolds @wilreynolds Mozcon 2012 presentation on #RCS (Real Company Sh*t) it began to dawn on me that SEO the way it is traditionally thought of has had almost nothing to do with real marketing tactics in recent history. It seems the goal of most SEO’s to this point has been to somehow “trick” or “hack” Google into believing that their website is the most relevant for certain keywords.
It is my humble opinion that we are in the golden era of website development. We have reached a moment in which another tech bubble is growing and growing fast. The value of having traffic, more specifically quality traffic to your website/blog cannot be understated. The average CPM (cost per thousand impressions) for a specific niche blog can get up to $25-$50, so having even 1,000 impressions a day in.
Most people when they hear the word “blogger” picture something like this: But if you heard that they worked from home and wrote about what they love and never had to report to a boss, you might change your mind. The truth is that the need for content, more specifically quality content is still in very high demand online and could continue to use a lot more new entrants in.
The Olden Days Back around 2008 there was an explosion of SEO companies that for the most part all had the exact same strategy as follows: 1. Perform some shotty on-page changes that included keyword stuffing and internal link manipulation 2. Spam 100’s or 1000’s of links from sites with varying page ranks (usually inflated) that contained usually unreadable “search engine based” content and that all had the same 4.
Today is a great day for us as I have completed certifications for both Google Adwords Search Network and Google Analytics. This makes me a qualified Individual for Both Google Adwords & Google Analytics and as a result I will be installing Analytics and Webmaster Tools on all our clients and existing clients websites!!
What sets a website apart is not just the way it looks, but how it functions as well. Truly remarkable web design allows the user the most flawless navigation to the content they are looking for. Ease of navigation coupled with functionality and eye-popping design are some of the factors that set apart a regular site from one that is truly incredible
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