Startup Mistakes: “Just launched my site, now I need SEO” 25

I have been in SEO and Internet Marketing for some time now and I can’t tell you how many sites I have worked with or seen that have come to me after launch and said “I need SEO now!” Heck, I was even victim to that when I was tasked ...

4 Main Reasons you should be linking in Blogs 9

We create blogs with tons of great content and we base our content on Social Media that attracts a link or two. (Boy, isn’t that the understatement of the year!) We rely on this content to create user engagement and get people to keep coming back. But something that is ...

PubCon 2008 Wrap Up: The topics, community, and moving forward 12

Another PubCon in the books! We are all a little bit tired, a little bit wired (at least I am! Still!), and/or missing it already (which again, I am!). Either way, I am pretty sure I can speak for most when I say, it was a great time had by ...

My thoughts on Twitter being a useful tool 7

When I started on the path of using Twitter, it was fairly easy getting used to keep in touch with people, albeit, a bit like a stalkers dream! (not that i am a stalker! I swear!). I was led into it by a former collegue at PayPal, Mark Trammell. I kept ...

AJAX and Non-JavaScript Experiences for SEO friendly websites 8

With the “Web 2.0″ world that we live in, companies are inclined to create “snazzy” new AJAX experiences for users. I have been dubbing this the AJAX Dilemma lately because organizations/companies/website owners are creating sites that are not accessible and SEO friendly. They are risking crippling their businesses in the ...