LinkedIn, the business networking website that allows you to stay in contact with your professional contacts, can do more than just that. It also can be used as a location to plug relevant links with relevant anchor text to your websites. So when you’re building links for your website (very important these days in SEO), don’t forget LinkedIn. How to do it ? Read on…
Nice viral campaign: USBwine. Choose your favourite wine, plug in the USBwine and enjoy !
I was one of the “lucky ones” to get a new laptop at work, unfortunately it had Windows Vista installed on it.
So you managed to set up your new blog. You were much excited about it, told all your friends and some of them even took the effort of paying your new site a visit, but now the amount of daily visitors dropped to somewhere near freezing point.
How do all those websites generate traffic ? Thanks to search engines like Google, Live and Yahoo!. Great ! But before search engines can send traffic to your site, it has to be indexed. In the post “How to SEO your WordPress blog and make Google like it” I promised to show you ways to get your new blog noticed and indexed by the search engines. So here we go : there are several ways to accomplish indexation and attract the search engine bots or crawlers to your new website, but there’s one road you don’t want to take…
Last night I stumbled across this really nice presentation by Pure Visibility, a Michigan internet marketing company. In this presentation, they really give a great introduction to what Search Engine Marketing is all about. Search Engine Optimization, Pay-per-click, Social Media Optimization, Web Analytics, Universal Search, … it’s all there. So if you’re looking for a beautiful, clear, not too technical explanation of what Search Engine Marketing is, read on.
Fact 1: WordPress in the best and easiest blogging system in the world.
I’m going to show you how you can get your WordPress blog loved even more by Google and other search engines.
Also wondering what the future of search might bring? Some sort of Search Engines 2.0? Artificial intelligence? Or intelligence based on user generated knowledge?
Search no more! True Knowledge might have the answer…