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I’m Begging: Do This One Thing for Your Business!

January 28, 2014 1 Comments

Over the last year I have fallen in love. I have fallen in love with Google Remarketing Ads. There are few things I would consider a “no-brainer” in digital marketing for almost any website. Remarketing is one of those things and I am begging you to use it for your business. If you are reading this article there is a great chance Read More »

Four Questions You Should Ask About Google Trusted Stores

November 19, 2013 0 Comments

We are starting to get more questions regarding the Google Trusted Store. To help answer the questions that our retail customers have been asking we have put together this guide to tell you what you need to know. What is a Google Trusted Store? By definition, Google Trusted Store is an e-commerce certification. Think of it as a Better Business Bureau logo Read More »

Spam Wars: What You Can Learn From the Battle Between Search Engines and Spammers.

October 29, 2009 3 Comments

You’ve probably typed a search term into your favorite engine and clicked an ad to discover a site with absolutely no information, but tons and tons of links. These sites are called link farms and are part of the global campaign to fool search engines. The business model is pretty simple; an unsuspecting web browser stumbles on their link farming site and Read More »

Link Building Tactics – Find Out Who's Linking to Your Competitors and Have Them Link to You Too

August 6, 2009 1 Comments

Have you ever noticed that when faced with competition that you usually perform better? Think about cyclist Lance Armstrong and his tough competition – do you think he doesn’t push himself to WIN when he’s cycling against other world-renowned cyclists in the Tour de France? Look at his huge successes over the years! Competition makes us WANT to perform better and push Read More »

Does Google Index Flash Content? Why HTML is Still a Good Choice

July 6, 2009 1 Comments

In the past, Google has been unable to extract content such as links and text from SWF (Flash) files. This has posed a big hassle for both web designers and search engine users. As a result, flash-based content hasn’t been picked up by Google’s search engine. Designers had to work around the issues so Flash pages could actually be indexed and ranked Read More »