High-Level Web Design Blunders

Mistakes to Avoid for Creating Award-Worthy Websites in 2012 It’s hard to believe, but many Web designers will make the same mistakes in 2012 that were being made over a decade ago. As new brands and websites emerge, and new designers enter the work force,…

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How to Use Google’s Freshness Update to Increase Website Traffic

The companies that make a real impact in the marketplace are not the ones that produce what people think they want, but rather the ones that produce what people will want but don’t know it. The ability to know what people will want before they…

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The Four-Step Plan for Word-of-Mouth Lead Generation

“Here’s the big news,” writes Andy Sernovitz in the book Social BOOM! “It’s not social MEDIA. It’s SOCIAL media. It’s about real people and the conversations they have.” In other words, a presence at online networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn isn’t enough. To generate…

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What Business Types are Best Suited for a Pay-Per-Click Campaign?

How much time do you spend online? According to a time use survey compiled by ComScore Media Metric, the average American spends 33.9 hours on the Internet every week. Depending on age and other demographics, this number can double! And for those lucky individuals whose…

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Time-Tested Tips and Tools for Faster Blogging

In 2008, Lifehacker published a list of 10 ways to get blogging done without it becoming a chore. “Writing your blog should be a fun way to stretch your mind and stay connected to trends, friends, and the greater world,” they note, “not another computer…

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Why Both Weíght Loss and Google Rankings are Limited Goals

By Jill Whalen My husband and I were talking the other night about one of his pet peeves: When people start exercising and eating healthier, they usually measure their success by how much weight they’ve lost (or not) as shown to them by their trusty…

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How to Evolve With the New Rules of SEO

“Not long ago in the world of online content, the top search engines were a lot like the most popular casinos in Las Vegas,” writes Brendan Cournoyer at the Business 2 Community blog. “Millions came to test their luck at the tables, but the few…

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