Tagged with search engine

5 Ways to Optimize Your Twitter Presence

[tweetmeme]With all the recent outcry over Facebook’s latest changes, it might be time for you to give Twitter another look. Twitter can be a key ingredient to your online success as a marketing tool and because of the impact it has on social search. When you share great content, conduct contests, and leverage offline promotional … Continue reading

My Top 5 Free Keyword Research Tools

[tweetmeme]By Gloria Rand Getting your website, blog or social media posts found online depends on implementing a successful search engine optimization strategy. And the first step in launching any SEO program starts with keyword research. Once you come up with a list of words that you think people are using to search for your product … Continue reading

SEO in a Minute: Backlinks

[tweetmeme]This week’s SEO in a Minute tip focuses on backlinks and their importance in search engine ranking. I’m Gloria Rand with today’s S-E-O in a Minute tip. Every business owner who has a website wants it to be on page one of Google. But wanting it to be there… and getting it there are two … Continue reading

SEO in a Minute: Press Releases

[tweetmeme] This week’s SEO in a Minute video tip focuses on press releases, and how they can be used to improve your company’s search engine ranking. If you’d like help optimizing your website, contact me for a free consultation.  

Why Quality Trumps Quantity for Blog Content

[tweetmeme]One of the challenges of writing a blog is coming up with new article ideas. During a recent webinar I conducted on blogging for business, someone asked whether it was better to write their own blog or use articles from the Internet. In a word, my answer is “No.” I say that especially because of … Continue reading

SEO in a Minute: Meta Tag Titles

[tweetmeme]I started a new video feature to provide quick search engine optmization (SEO) tips to business owners. I’d love to know what you think. Please comment below!  

Google Rich Snippets Branching Out Across SERPs

[tweetmeme] Looks like Google’s Rich Snippets have expanded beyond product reviews and people. Google introduced Rich Snippets as a way to “give users convenient summary information about their search results at a glance.” _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Rich Snippets for Long-Tail Keyword Searches Now, rich snippets are popping up all over the place, especially when you do long-tail … Continue reading