We rarely recommend starting a microsite or separate blog. Your time and money are better spent on your primary site. We analyze 3 exceptions.
This is the presentation on “Blogging 201″, specifically focusing on SEO, content, and visual media. I presented at the Center for Non Profit Success. Let’s keep the discussion going on the comments.
Our new website launches with Responsive Web Design. Google Plus has arrived! ( to business users). Google likes SEO. And bonus: the new Google Reader goes under the knife.
Google’s new “high-quality sites algorithm” values website quality in search engine rankings. The “Panda” release rewards good overall website design and content strategy.
SEO is no longer (primarily) about keyword placement and directory listings. Instead it’s classic public relations – getting your site linked, promoted, and mentioned. If anyone tries to “guarantee” you a number-one listing, be skeptical. Very skeptical. Here are the three things you need to know about SEO.