Recently I was gathering material for a program and wanted to illustrate Google’s local search function. As I understand it, when someone searches for a service or product in a specific location, the matrix for the organic search gives priority to those with a Google profile and consumer reviews. So, if you search “Los
Merely getting a website designed and developed, and getting it hosted on a server will not serve the purpose of getting a strong foot hold on net. The prime motive is to get visitors on the website who are also the potential customers for a business house or it can be said that they
Every business aspires to get the #1 ranking in Google but is it really worth it? Is it possible to put a currency value on this Google ranking. Our answer would be a resounding ‘Yes’. In order to create a proper SEO & Marketing campaign, a critical step would involve establishing this value. You
Even with the recent Panda update, incoming links to your site are still very important if you want to get a higher ranking on search engines. What is a valuable incoming link then? It serves two purposes: to boost your search engine rankings, and to get you more customers for your business or at
As a business, you understand how important the internet is for attracting customers. You’ve done your share of traditional marketing with print advertisements, flyers, inserts, and so on. This form of marketing is getting less attention, but will likely always retain value – at least until current generations get old.
When it comes to online
The term “linkbait” is used to describe blog content whose main purpose is to generate incoming links from other sites. Linkbait content can take different forms – from a unique tool or a breaking news story to a well written article or controversial image.
Almost every blog publishes linkbait of some kind. Most people put
When you’re shopping online, how often do you look at customer ratings on the products you’re interested in? If you’re like most people, you probably scan at least the first set of customer ratings to get an idea how other purchasers feel about the product.
Okay, now for another question. How often do you find
Why should you want to use Active Server Pages or PHP and what's the difference? PHP is a server-side scripting language that's cross-platform compatible, embedded in HTML, lets you create dynamic web pages on the fly for the UNIX (Linux) or Windows platform. It's comparable to Active Server Pages which run on Windows platforms.