Archive for October, 2006
Ranking time depends on how well your site is established, how competitive your market is, and how hard you are willing to work. For well established sites [...]
Google has a wealth of information for website owners, for instance, Google states: “Google does not recommend the use of products such as WebPosition Gold that send automatic or programmatic queries to Google.” (This is because programs such as these eat ip computing resources, and Google claims they violate their terms of service).For Auto-submission software, [...]
Google has released a CSE (custom search engine). According to Google, they say you can create highly specialized custom searches using this engine that reflect on your interests. Webmasters can place code on there websites so that site visitors can use the tool at your website!
With the google, custom search engine you can:
Please a search [...]
Up to June, 2003, Google has updated the index for their search engine on a roughly monthly basis. While the update is in progress, search results for each of Google’s nine datacenters are different. The positions of a site appears to “dance” as it fluctuates minute to minute. “Google dance” is an unofficial term [...]
Google recently came up with a new online tool called ‘Google Base’. Using the new Google Base data API, you can create a utility that enables you to connect to your eBay Stores, Amazon Shop, and Yahoo! Store to Google Base.
Why? You’d do this so searchers can find their [...]
One way to get a better understanding of search engine optimization (SEO) is to set up a consultation with a SEO firm (like us). An experienced SEO firm can help you understand what SEO is and how it can help your website get more natural traffic.
SEO firms often provide an initial consultation and then provide [...]
Click Fraud is on the minds of many advertisers these days, and it’s understandable why the amount of concern is growing.
According to a recent study called “USA Online Advertising Forecast, 2005 – 2011“, performed by Jupiter, about $6.5 Billion will be spent on search advertising in 2006 alone, a figure that is [...]
What is a Spider?
A spider, also known as a bot, robot, or crawler are software programs that scan the web. They vary in purpose from indexing web pages for search engines to harvesting e-mail addresses for spammers. (TIP: Get your emails encrypted on your webpages to avoid getting emails collected as spam).
What is a Spider [...]
It is highly advisable that the body of your HTML page (between the tags) should contain at least some valuable information and catchy ‘action’ for the site visitor to read and act upon. If a site visitor stays on your page a while and reacts favorably (such as clicking on links to go deeper within [...]
If you run Google Adwords, you’ll know it’s important to get decent conversions. Here are some tips for making you Google Adwords promotional ads work better for you:
To receive the right targeting – choose language and countries (or cities and states).
Choose keywords carefully – Your ads will be displayif the search term will exactly [...]