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Archive for 2009

No More Meta Keywords Tag, No More Meta Description Tag … NOT!

Ok, so the news came out today over at Google about the fact that the Meta Keywords tag is not used for web rankings. Is that news? Not to those who have played a part in good SEO. Google hasn’t really used the Meta Keywords tag for rankings for years now. Does this mean we should no longer worry about that tag and can even remove it from all our web pages? Absolutely NOT! Check […]

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Social Media – The Art of Socializing Online as Relates to Offline

Ok, I am going to go out on a limb today. Normally, I really try to keep things clean and professional. You’ll see that I rarely infuse personal stuff and much less inappropriate stuff on my Twitter or Facebook accounts. But, today, to prove a point, I think my example might push into a slightly more personal or inappropriate space in hopes that the information given will help better understand online social media as it […]

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Online Search & Social Media Blitz

Just recently hired as an SEO & Internet Marketing Consultant by Kids Crooked House, I was told that they had worked with a group involved with a TV show and their products would soon show at some point on TV. Ok, I said, and gave them some thoughts on what might occur when this happens as I had worked with another group who was mentioned on Martha Stewart and Oprah last year. No big deal! […]

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SEO behind the Blog … or is the Blog behind SEO?

 As an Internet Marketing Specialist, some of the things I work with are blogs and blog posts. I get clients to start blogs, suggest topics for blogs and work with the bloggers and/or writers. I am by no means a writer, I love my life as a techy geek, but I have [cough, cough] been known to write for blogs too – but, you won’t find me because I use an alias! I don’t want […]

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5 NO’s of SEO

The worst part of my job as an Internet Marketing and SEO Consultant is that I am always having to tell my clients “no”. It always feels like I am the one delivering nothing but bad news. I am the one who finds all the problems with your online activity, whether internal or external to the site and its pages, server problems, content issues, social media guffaws, link building craziness, etc, etc. The good news, […]

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