Facebook App Development

by Farah Kim November 28th, 2012

Hey there folks! For those of you just beginning to read the post, here's a quick recap. This is the third and final installment in the three article series based on the concept of Facebook application development. Aimed at entrepreneurs and businesses, the articles talk about Facebook apps, its development process, why you should have [...]

Most of us are not fans of scrolling through pages and pages of website text. A short and dynamic video can help a visitor compare offerings, learn the benefits of your services, and/or view your products in action. How often do you observe (via online video no less!) savvy marketers and SEO experts offer a [...]

Links Are Your Lifeblood, Not Google

by Nick Stamoulis November 27th, 2012

Build links so you don't need to rely on Google.

Optimizing Website Pages Through Analytics

by Lyena Solomon November 27th, 2012

Remember the Olympics? A gymnast is eying the vault. She is good, but her face is reflecting the pressure of millions looking at her. She is up. Wide smile. Run… and incomplete. She cannot stick the landing! And the audience sighs, whispers, "Ah, well…", and turns their precious attention to the gymnast's competitor, who sticks [...]

Understanding and Using WordPress Shortcodes

by Ryan Cowles November 26th, 2012

Use easy type-in words to get WordPress to do just about anything you can dream up.

Has The Guest Blogging Bubble Burst?

by Wayne Barker November 26th, 2012

I don't know whether you subscribe to the Google Webmaster Help YouTube channel, but it can be a great way to keep up with how to stay in Google's good books. Don't get me wrong there is a lot that Google doesn't tell us and sometimes most of the time you have read between the [...]

How To Have An Open And Honest SEO Relationship

by Nick Stamoulis November 23rd, 2012

What the agency has to tell the client and do for the client — and vice versa.

10 Things We Didn't Know A Week Ago [Week 47]

by Ruud Hein November 23rd, 2012

20%-25% Of All New Websites Published Are Using WordPress. (via: Morgan Linton) UK Companies have to give customers their customer data under the "Midata!" plan. Companies will have to release data about a person's consumption or transactions in an electronic machine-readable standard format upon request. The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills plans to bring [...]

Panda killed this strategy, Penguin that tactic. EMD took down more than enough sites. So here's how the game is played from now on.

Where You Should Post These 5 Types Of Content

by Kristy Bolsinger November 21st, 2012

5 key types of content and where they are best (re)distributed.