How to Get Links from Customers & Vendors

by Tom Demers December 27th, 2011

Look at any comprehensive list of link building techniques and you'll find something along the lines of get links from vendors or as your customer for a link. The trick, of course, is in how you frame that question. You certainly dont want to just shoot off an Email asking for a link on the [...]

Introducing Google Schemer

by Matt Beswick December 26th, 2011

Google has been working hard to improve their social media technology and presence over the last year with a view to increasing their share in the extremely busy and highly profitable market. Enter Google Schemer.

If you have a existing business and few clients, I think using Facebook page as a customer services tool can be really lucrative because of the following 4 reasons.

How To Hunt Down All Duplicate Content On A Site

by Chris Koszo December 21st, 2011

Duplicate content. You want none of it… Nada. Zip. Zilch.

How to Keep Mozilla Firefox from Eating Your Memory

by Christine Kane December 20th, 2011

If you, like millions of others, use Mozilla Firefox as an alternative browser to Internet Explorer or Google Chrome, you might have noticed the insane amounts of memory that Firefox takes up after a while. But do you know why it does that or how to stop it?

Should You Write Your Own Blog Content?

by Linda Stacy December 20th, 2011

Whether you are adding a blog to an existing website or starting a blog as the primary web presence for your small business, you are probably planning to take the least expensive route and do all the writing yourself. But you may be wondering if your writing is good enough to pull it off. How can you evaluate your own blogging potential?

Mobile Must Haves for Local Businesses

by Stacey Cavanagh December 19th, 2011

But mobiles are increasingly used by your potential customers to find the products and services they want when they’re on the move.

Despite Google taking away a lot of keyword data there is still plenty of usable data. In this post I am going to show you how a happy marriage of Google Analytics and Google Webmaster tools produces actionable insights. The data is made up and somewhat hidden.

If you're on Google+ (you're on the only official *Google* approved social network, right?) you owe it to yourself to use these extensions to make it that much better.

The Google Panda Update 2.2 Explained

by Matt Beswick December 16th, 2011

Many web users have been left wondering what will change with the Google Panda 2.2 update. Any updates to Google Panda should be of great significance to anyone interested in SEO and meeting the new challenges of Panda 2.2 could mean a review of existing SEO practices. Some websites and bloggers have already seen some [...]