Google’s SEO Starter Guide

For anyone new to SEO or wanting more information, I strongly suggest spending some time reading through the Google Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide to familiarize yourself with some of the terminology. It is a great way to get an overview of what the SEO basics are all about. One thing that the guide makes…

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Is Content Still King?

While content may still be king, it is simply not enough to follow the “standard” SEO conventions of using targeted terms in a particular density, in the correct order with the proper semantic structure. Search engines (and humans) are looking for more. They want to read an narrative that means something. They want to know…

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SEO Tips for Local Ranking

Local search is a key concern for most businesses and brands. In this article we will do a quick overview of the top 7 factors that can help strengthen your local search ranking. 7 Tips to Help Get You To The Top of Local Search Name, Address, Phone Number (NAP) Make sure that the name,…

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Hosting: You Get What You Pay For

Our two cents regarding “free” or reduced fee hosting services – You can’t get something for nothing, and this is especially true on the web. Companies offering free hosting are often unreliable connections, which may mean your site will experience considerable down time. Free hosts may also include pop-up advertising on your site, which will…

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Hosting and SEO

In April 2010, Google announced page load speeds are now a factor in search engine ranking. (source – http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2010/04/using-site-speed-in-web-search-ranking.html) Many low cost hosting providers offer their service at a valuable SEO cost – slower page load speeds. If we consider this in broader terms, it makes sense that search engines would penalize sites with pages…

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Why WordPress for SEO?

Over the past few years, WordPress has blossomed into a full featured Content Management System (CMS) powerful enough to create sites for everyone from your local dentist to CNN. WordPress is a free, open source CMS. The price makes it cost effective to you as a customer, and because it is open source, there is…

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What Good Is A Website No One Can Find?

You can spend thousands of dollars to have someone build you a beautiful website, but there is no guarantee that anyone will come. Many web design companies are not SEO savvy. In order to get rankings and visbility on the web, you will be forced to spend hundreds and thousands on specific SEO services, on…

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Top 10 Reasons to Choose ZenThree

(Because everyone loves lists.) Honesty. Not only the best policy, but our only policy. Affordability. We’ve perfected the art of working within your budget – large or small. No Sales. Our focus is on building solutions, not selling them. Speed. Quick turn around times and support reponses. Options. We want your website to be as…

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SEO/SEM Inquiry and Data Collection

The purpose of this questionnaire is so that we can better understand your business, market and operating environment. This helps us to more efficiently tailor a solution for your company and determine exactly what needs to be done with regards to development, optimization and marketing. The information provided in the questionnaire will be strictly used…

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Organic Ranking and Paid Ranking

What is the difference between organic ranking (SEO) and paid ranking (SEM)? Organic search ranking is usually due to SEO, and paid ranking is usually due to SEM. If your site ranks highly in the organic rankings on Google, then you have most likely gotten there because you have a solid SEO structure backed by…

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