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Why You Should Use Article Directories to Promote Your Website

Article Directories play a big role in Off-page Marketing.  Directories ensure that your content is circulated on a well-known and efficient website.  The more pages you have both on-site and off-site, the better your rankings can be.  Article directories also allow authors to link back to their websites, which can direct qualified traffic to your business. – WST

By: Jay Gaulard

If you are online and are not already using article directories to promote your website, you are missing out on a free and highly effective marketing option. Article directories are great ways to draw traffic to your site without paying for advertising. However, to get real traffic to your site using an article directory, you must know how to use them correctly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Friends and Foes in the Twitter Universe

I have now been an active Twitterer for over 2 years with over 850 followers that is growing daily. Twitter has been a very interesting social and business experience. I find myself using Twitter for everything from casual conversation, business contacts, researching links, posting jobs and fielding questions. As I explore micro-blogging, I have discovered a few likes and dislikes that I want to share with my readers. Here are some of my comments about “TweetFriends” and TweetFoes. Read more.

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What Expectations Do You Have of Your Website in These Difficult Times?

“Check out The Web Success Team’s most recent article that explains different options for your online business to increase traffic and keep in the game during tough economic times.”

What Expectations Do You Have of Your Website in These Difficult Times?

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Steps to Improve Your Website for High Performance

Here is a clip from a current post by The Web Success Team on how to shape or change your website to reach higher performance.

“Do you find yourself staring at a screen and millions of websites with massive amounts of information not knowing what exactly will work for your company? You are not alone. As if running a business isn’t time consuming enough, re-developing a website to improve performance is a huge venture. Here are some tips to help you get started.”

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Build Brand Identity on Twitter

If you are seeking the most effective way to build your brand identity on Twitter to increase traffic to your site, then The Web Success Team recommends this great article.

25 Power Tips To Build Brand Identity on Twitter

Posted by Web Strategist ShriNagesh November 15, 2008

By The results of your social media networking depends on what you want to achieve with the time you invest on social media. If you have specific objectives, chalk out a plan before you get started.

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Don’t Worry About Duplicate Content If You Have An Authority Content Web Site

By B Hopkins

The duplicate content issue has gone back and forth on the Internet for the last several years now. There are camps that have been saying that your web site will be penalized if you have duplicate content, to the camps that are saying your web site won’t gain any benefit if it has duplicate content on it, to those that say that you shouldn’t worry about it at all. With all of these opinions flying around over the Internet, which camp should you pitch your tent in?

The basic answer is there really is no duplicate content penalty outside of your own web site. There are undesirable side effects in the search engines if your website has duplicate pages, however this article focuses on duplicate content between 2 different websites. Your web site may not benefit much if you have duplicate content (duplicate content means that your entire web page content is basically the same as another web page). However there are ways to use content on your website that is used on other web sites and not have it look like duplicate content to the search engines, but that is another article. If you don’t want to worry about duplicate content in any way shape or form, then having an authority content web site is the way to go. Read more.

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“2009 Google Flash SEO”

Brian Ussery has completed some testing on Google new Flash indexing capabilities, and shared his results at beu blog.

This could be incredibly important in improving traffic to the content itself, which we have not spent nearly enough focus on yet.

2009 Google Flash SEO

October 13th, 2008 – by Brian Ussery

In case you missed their recent announcement about Flash, Google and Adobe have teamed up on a new algorithm to index text content in Flash. As a result of the new algorithm for Flash, Googlebot now indexes “textual content in SWF files of all kinds” and extracts URLs embeded in Flash.” On July 1, 2008, Google rolled out another update designed to assist Googlebot in its ability to traverse simple JavaScript, like SWFObject. While the full impact is not yet known, these technologies will redefine how Flash sites are created, constructed, designed and, as a result, optimized.

Before discussing the results of my case studies and how to optimize an actual scenario Flash site, it’s important to understand some crucial background information.

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How to get the most from web directories

If you have ever considered directories for link building (or traffic) – what is your plan of attack? While using directories in your SEO efforts is not exactly a huge factor, it can be done wrong. Yeah, I know… how tough could it be right? Well, there are some things to consider… and we’ll be look

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Success Starts with Articles

No one can logically argue against the fact that content is king. Web sites that are nothing more than glorified link farms or ad spiels must work harder and invest more money to gain visitors-almost none of them return. To keep users returning, there must be a reason. Articles can serve two major roles in maintaining a successful website-

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Think about SEO before making a site live

We have all been there. You want to make your new website live as soon as possible, so you work hard, publish it, submit it to Google and go from there. Two months later, you consider modifying your website structure to ‘SEO friendly’ URLs. This is one of the most common mistakes when setting up a new website if you are looking to rank well in the

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