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Writing SEO friendly blog posts

With the explosion of social media throughout the world, one’s first thought may be that older mediums like blogging have actually taken a hit. However, with the different sharing features and the way social interactions can be linked cross-platform, blogging has actually increased since sites like Facebook have been picking up billions of users. If
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Top 10 Website Marketing Tips for Small Business

Did you know that over 85% of all new business ventures ultimately fail? This statistic shouldn’t deter you from your dreams; it should just put you on alert. You need to realize that, since businesses fail so often, you need to do whatever is necessary to ensure that you succeed. This means focusing on the
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What happened in the Penguin SEO update?

Black and white and a little on the wobbly side, penguins are cute, cuddly and considered to be relatively harmless. However, when we’re talking about a Google Penguin, we’re talking about a real angry bird. After the huge Penguin update (some call it an overhaul), there are more than a few web experts spreading the
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How to find the right long tail keywords to focus a blog article on

For individuals not fully abreast of the keyword situation online, a long-tail keyword can be a confusing term. In other genres, like science and mathematics, “long tail” refers to centralized distribution or a probability distribution. In search engine optimization (SEO), however, a long-tail keyword is a phrase which contains three to five (normally) words that
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Tips on how to make an SEO Friendly Web Design

It’s hard to believe how much the Internet has changed since the mid-1990s when it first burst onto the scene, but here we are dealing with something that no one ever imagined in 2006, much less 1996. Every two years the Internet undergoes a complete overhaul in terms of how search engines recognize and rank
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Having a Facebook Page – Does it really help your Business?

Going by a recent report released by Forrester Research, Facebook is the number-one social networking site for people of all ages. By leaps and bounds, Facebook is the king of social media for its respective niche. Billions of advertising dollars pour into the network every year, and any business worth its salt has a fan
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