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Bing vs. Google: Can Bing Compete? by Joseph Piracci (Aug 13, 2012) in SEO
For years now, Google has been the dominant force in search. Whether we are talking about market share or revenue derived from PPC advertising, Google reigns supreme.Today we are going to talk about Google’s position as the search king and, whether or not Bing will ever be able to legitimately compete with them and what effect that will have on SEO strategies...
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Can Google Truly Make Quality Content King Of The Web? by Titus Hoskins (Nov 19, 2011) in SEO
For those webmasters and e-marketers who can remember a web without Google, life was much less complicated and a lot less tumultuous back then. Since Google came onto the scene and became the dominant search engine in the world… things have changed drastically...
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How to Grow Your Twitter Following by Vince Peek (Nov 18, 2011) in SEO
Growing a large following is something many new Twitter users struggle with. They see all these big accounts with 20, 50 or even 100K followers and wonder how did they ever get there? Today we will give you some tips and tools on how to grow your following steadily and we’ll also make sure that you stay within the Twitter guidelines to avoid account suspension...
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New Elements in HTML 5 by Anadi Taylor (Oct 18, 2010) in HTML
Web pages and their design are laid out using HTML. HTML stands for Hyper Text Mark-up Language. HTML is comprised of 'tags' or elements that tell your browser what the different areas of your webpage are...
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Google AdWords Step by Step Guide by Andrew D Fennessy and Kelly M Curmi (Feb 19, 2010) in PPC
You must have an excellent keyword list selected if you want to get the most out of your advertising campaign with AdWords. Google is a costly form of advertising, therefore you will definitely need to do what it takes to benefit as much as you can...
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Google Buzz - How Will It Affect Local SEO? by Kevin Getch (Feb 15, 2010) in SEO
Everyone's buzzing about the new social media launch from Google dubbed "Google Buzz". While millions of people are checking out the great new features it brings and new worlds of communication it has literally just opened up, all of us in the search engine optimization profession are asking, "How Will it Affect Local SEO?"Let me first point out a few all but obvious strategic advantages Google Buzz has over its competition...
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61 Tips To Get Massive Traffic For Your Blog by SATRAP (Jan 18, 2010) in SEO
Submit your blog to directories in your niche.Submit your blog to all the free directory and search engines.Submit your site to free website review sites like Cool Site of the Day.Submit each and every post to social bookmarking sites using Onlywire...
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SEO Trends in 2010 by Nikita Ivan (Jan 15, 2010) in SEO
Online market is growing rapidly and it will continue to grow in much more better way in 2010. As all of us know, there is a huge contribution of search engines mainly of Google in online marketing. Websites which tops in Google ranking will undoubtedly get huge volume of visitors to the websites than the other sources...
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20 Tools for Tracking Social Media Marketing Activity by Merle (Jan 14, 2010) in SEO
Social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter make it easy for people to come together and share opinions, experiences and thoughts on a number of topics. Smart companies understand this and are using the power of social media to connect and inform their customers, and potential customers...
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Getting Traffic From Yahoo Answers by Romamti Ezer (Jan 14, 2010) in SEO
Yahoo has one of the oldest and most active community sites on the internet. You can say that they "invented" social websites with Yahoo Answers. If you haven't heard of it then where the hell have you been? Yahoo Answers is HIGHLY respected in SEO land and the PR9 comes with a lot of link juice even though the links are NOFOLLOW...