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  • 5). SEO Contests: Good or Bad?  By : Sexy Gurl
    As a webmaster you probably already know what a SEO Contest is or you surely came across some of them or even participated in. Some of the major SEO contests organized are the v7ndotcom elursrebmem (by v7n.com), Ambachdotcom, Carcasherdotcom, and more recently the Cpayscom2 Online Casino where the winner gets $10,000 for ranking number one on MSN. Now the big question is whether it is good or bad to organize SEO Contests.
    article related to: cpayscom2 online casino, seo contest, seo

  • 6). An SEO Glossary - Common SEO Terms Defined  By : Glenn Murray
    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become an essential weapon in the arsenal of every online business. Unfortunately, for most business owners and marketing managers (and even many webmasters), it's also somewhat of an enigma. This is partly due to the fact that it's such a new and rapidly changing field, and partly due to the fact that SEO practitioners tend to speak in a language all of their own which, without translation, is virtually impenetrable to the layperson.
    article related to: seo, search engine, optimisation, optimization, google, rank, article, copywriter, submission

  • 7). Creating Sitemaps For Google, MSN AND Yahoo! - The Easy Way  By : Philip Nicosia
    If you own or maintain a website or intend to own one, wouldn’t it be great if you get frequent visitors who find satisfaction in getting exactly the information they need from your page? While that satisfaction largely depends on the contents of your website, how you get to be accessed by website users is the most critical factor of website development.
    article related to: sitemap, sitemaps, xml

  • 8). Search Engine Optimization and Marketing: File Nomenclature  By : Robert G. Medford
    Successful search engine optimization is not about doing one thing correctly, it is about doing one hundred things correctly. As an SEO professional it is your job to make use of every available means (within Google's guidelines) to better your rankings. File nomenclature is one of the means that is often overlooked. While I have not seen any empirical evidence indicating that keyword-laden file names will enhance your rankings for the terms employed, it is my experience that Google does consider filenames in its ranking algorithm.
    article related to: search engine optimization, seo, marketing, file nomenclature, naming

  • 11). Good And Bad SEO Practices  By : Andreas Obermueller
    Search Engine Optimizing is a set of practices developed to help you get a high traffic and PageRank, while simultaneously building a useful and functional website that will respond to the needs of your potential users. While some website owners are getting their site indexed by following and enhancing these guidelines, others are looking for a way to sneak in and crawl up search engines by developing various strategies to cheat spiders.
    article related to: seo, optimizing, spiders, crawl up search engines, pagerank, traffic

  • 16). A Quick Guide To Google Analytics  By : Jakob Jelling
    Google, the best search engine ever built, has been famous for everything that it provides – free of course. It has even increased the size of the Email (G-mail) storage to 2.6 GB. Since then, it has started launching a huge variety of products & services, which contains 50 online services. It was in May 2005 that Google acquired a company named Urchin Software Corporation which provided a web service called ‘Urchin on Demand’.
    article related to: web, stats

  • 17). Introduction To SEO  By : Anton Cheranev
    Over the last few years, search engine optimization (SEO) has been needed and used more and more, although it has been around for much longer than most people think. With new development tools being used to create websites that are heavy on Java, Flash and images, it’s important to have something that the search engines can read. If the content can’t be read by search engines then they can’t index it, and if your site doesn’t get indexed then it won’t be found when people search for it on Google, Yahoo, MSN, or anywhere else.
    article related to: search engine optimization, seo, search engine optimisation, search engine marketing, se marketing

  • 18). Organic SEO And Link Building  By : John Tourloukis
    Organic SEO or search engine optimization is a slow and steady process. Achieving top rankings takes time and link building is a big part of that effort. If you are to have a successful web site and obtain high search engine rankings you will need quality relevant web sites linking to your web site. The amount and quality of links you need will depend on the competitiveness of the keyword phrases for which you are optimizing.
    article related to: organic seo, link building, seo company

  • 20). How To Stand A Chance In The Search Engine Optimization Maze  By : bluecharm
    Despite all the other methods available for obtaining a decent web ranking for your website, for instance, link exchanges, search engine optimization or SEO is still regarded as the way to go to ensure that your website is listed high in the search engine rankings. Search engine optimization is a method of analyzing your site and modifying it to allow search engines to read and index it.
    article related to: search engine.

  • 22). Top Five Tips for Successful Link Building  By : Carlos Marruffo
    Good search engine optimizers (SEO´s) understand the importance of building a network of incoming links to their page in order to improve ranking results in the major search engines, but in their scuffle to push their web pages to the top, some of them are forgetting the old adage “work smarter, not harder” and they end up wasting countless hours getting links that do little - if anything at all – to help.
    article related to: link building, seo

  • 24). Optimum SEO Keyword Density – A Real-Life Case Study  By : Glenn Murray
    So you’ve built your website, you know what keywords you want to target (i.e. what words your customers are searching for), and you’re ready to write your copy. You’ve been told that you should use your keywords frequently so that you appear in search results for those words. But what does “frequently” mean? How many times should you use your primary keyword? This case study helps answer that question.
    article related to: keyword density, seo tips

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