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A Simple Step by Step Guide to Writing SEO Articles

Remember! Google does not pay attention to capital letters, periods, commas and other “white noise”. You get what I call “backward keywords” in your keyword research yet it is still important to add them into your article. Here is an example on how you can accomplish this easily! Example: keyword- toothpaste whitening. Inserting into article: Always remember to brush your teeth on a daily basis with toothpaste. Whitening your teeth can be accomplished with even this small task.

Practical Tips on Picking the Right Domain Name – Part 2

Just how important is picking out the right domain name for SEO success? In part 1, we discussed branding and using keywords in the domain name to get a search engine ranking advantage. Now let’s turn our eyes to the more practical, since the theory is clearly understood. First, when checking any research for good … read more

Practical Tips on Picking the Right Domain Name – Part 1

Companies, organizations and businesses in the know realize that more than ever, it is vital to have a strong and legitimate online presence. These days, it isn’t enough to be reachable via phone, or to have ads in the local newspaper. Consumers and clients want to be able to contact companies right away, any time of the day or night and to be able to get information ASAP! The fastest source for these consumers is, of course, the Internet.

Important Conversion Lessons That Cannot Be Ignored

Here you will find testing and conversion strategies and tactics both proven from our many years of experience but also ideas and tests run by others for you to also try, all in the chase for higher conversions. You can double your income with the same amount of traffic so consider this area one of your most valuable learning centers.

SEO ARTICLE WRITING INSTRUCTIONS

1. Word Count: Variable 500 (400-750 words). 2. Style: These articles should take a conversational, informal tone, including the use of personal pronouns such as ‘you’ (the reader). 3. These articles are instructive and as such should contain useful, concrete information and suggestions. Examples should be used wherever possible to highlight or illustrate the main … read more