5-Point Silo Strategy for SEO and SERP

Feed your SEO and Nourish your SERPs with a 5-Point Silo Strategy

March 22, 2016 / 1 comment

Grain silos are pretty fascinating inventions. Farmers harvest grain then drop it all into tall cylinders as a means of storage. When it’s time distribute the seed, all you have to do is open a chute. Content silos are just as fascinating. If your focus is to feed your SEO and nourish just the right…

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SEO: The Temptation and Peril of Spamdexing

SEO: The Temptation and Peril of Spamdexing

March 15, 2016 / 0 comments

6 SEO “Tricks” That Are Warning Signs Your “SEO Expert” is About to Kill Your Website One of Google’s primary enemies are what many of us call the spamdexers. These are the guys who tempt blacklisting by gaming the search engines with tactics designed to manipulate search results ranking. They spam the indexes with garbage…

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White Hat SEO

Nothing works better than old-school white hat SEO

March 8, 2016 / 0 comments

There is no such thing as a “good cheat” for SEO. And there’s a very good reason for that. If you were online back in 1996, then you remember when Alta Vista ruled the search. You’ll also understand why “good cheats” are anathema to good content development. Alta Vista was a machine-created index that spidered…

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Are AD HOC marketing services making you miss your mark?

Get SEO, SEM, and SMM – But Don’t Limit Yourself to Ad Hoc Marketing “Experts”

June 7, 2011 / 1 comment

There’s a Latin phrase for just about every situation. Did you know that one reason lawyers and physicians used Latin was because it helped them make their “sorcery” as impenetrable as possible? Deus ex machina! As we all know, quidquid Latine dictum sit, altum viditur (everything sounds more impressive when said in Latin)! Consensio? Here’s a Latin phrase for…

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