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Content for SEO, periodic table-style

Andy Crestodina recently wrote a fantastic piece about content, using the periodic table as a model for the various content-types. Aside from its appeal to my inner geek, it does a great job of listing the various types and describing how they can relate to each other in ways that maximize SEO and referral benefits.

Quickly uncover related sites for link building & SEO

There are scores of free SEO tools on the web, but here is a very quick way to uncover some direct competitors, industry-related sites, and web sites that link to your competition. In Google type: “related:www.somedomain.com”. (Note that there is no space between the “:” and the domain name.) That’s it. Try it with a […]

SMX Advanced: Classic SEO (still) rules

The first afternoon presentation, “SEO Ranking Factors in 2009,” brought together a large number of SEO luminaries, largely through soon-to-be-released survey results conducted by SEOmoz. Also on the panel were Yahoo!‘s Laura Lippay and the always entertaining Marty Weintraub of aimClear. What is the state of SEO ranking factors for 2009? About the same as […]

How TinyURL works and impact on SEO

Websites like TinyURL allow you to shorten long URL’s into short ones. For instance, you might be reading a post on our blog that has a long URL, such as http://www.web1marketing.com/blog/index.php/archives/international-seo-subdomains-or-folders/. This can cause problems in email and will take up all of your message room in text messages or Twitter. TinyURL converts this into […]

Dedicated vs. shared hosting for SEO

Someone recently asked if it was better for SEO to have dedicated or shared hosting for their website. First, a little background: Your web address is translated into an IP address, a set of numbers that identifies the web server that hosts your website. Your web address has only one IP address. For instance, the […]

10 free SEO tips

Want to do SEO yourself? Or do you want to save time and money working with SEO consultants like us? Here are some free SEO tips to get your started: Write more — You can’t have too much content. Not only will it help with your most important keywords, it will also help acquire traffic […]

Customizing Firefox Default Styles

Firefox allows you to specify default styles so that you can alter the appearance of all web pages that use a particular element or combination of elements. For example, I like to see when links have nofollow applied to them instead of having to check them manually. The CSS file for doing this is called […]