Search Engines Love Great Titles

Filed Under (Google Search, SEO Jabberwocky) by Steve Mertz on 28-11-2007

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All “A” list bloggers know the importance of a great title for your blog posts-and you should know and practice it with every post! Back on November 7th I wrote a post about my speaker buddy, Brian O’Malley. The title was Team Building Speaker. The post was short and mentioned team building speaker a few different times to support the title of the post. Did the search engines reward the post? Read the rest of this entry »

Internet Marketing

Filed Under (Search Engine Optimization, SEO Jabberwocky) by Steve Mertz on 17-09-2007

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I first joined the ranks of internet marketing when I decided to sell my custom crutches online. It was about seven years ago and I was able to have a website built for me that Google was never able to find! Fortunately, I found the best coder in Colorado Read the rest of this entry »

Best Keywords for New Site

Filed Under (Making Money On The Internet) by Steve Mertz on 26-07-2007

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A recent visitor to my site found it by doing a Google search for: “best keywords for new site.” I applaud the forward thinking of this visitor. While I’m not sure whether their intentions are to find great keywords for search marketing and pay per click campaigns or they have seen entire web sites built with no keywords to be found!

Here are a few of my most popular articles on search marketing Read the rest of this entry »

Is Your Web Site Search Engine Friendly?

Filed Under (SEO) by Steve Mertz on 09-07-2007

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Search engine optimization experts often find many things to disagree about-sometimes it seems there is little common ground! Here is one thing that we all agree on-For your web site to end up on the first page of a Google search it must have unique and authoritative content. We have discussed the importance of having great keywords on your title bar and how it is the first thing search engines normally read. The meta description is also a powerful tool to help you with search engines and potential customers as well. If you don’t know what all that means-that’s OK, just be sure you hire someone that does. Read the rest of this entry »