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Low-Cost Content Creation Can Be Great For Small Businesses
By Jeet Banerjee | October 3, 2013

The biggest challenge faced by a small business is their limited resources. While constantly competing to gain exposure alongside their business rivals, they have to keep marketing themselves with small budgets. However, losing out on the target audience is not an option; and therefore, effective ways need to be devised that can boost up the Read More

Affected By Penguin 2.0: The Best Practices To Recover From It
By Robert Wilson | September 26, 2013

It has been over 4 months that Google released its Penguin 2.0 algorithm update. Even if you have survived the update without any scratch, you still go a little weak at the knees when fear of getting hit reaches the deep recess of your heart. Penguin 2.0 is totally focused on removing unnatural and artificial Read More

The Effect Of Stock Photos On Google Search Rankings
By Robert Wilson | September 19, 2013

What is Stock Photography? Companies do not always hire a professional photographer to click photos based on relevant topics. Most of the times, they go for websites like iStock from where they can purchase the photos they require for their projects. These photos are studio-produced using a wide variety of models posing as professionals. These Read More

The Link Building Lessons We Learnt As Children
By Jessica Blunt | September 12, 2013

As it has been stated in one of my previous posts, it is true that link building is far from being dead. In fact, it is still useful… as ever! I’ve thought a lot about link building in the past few months, and was able to come up with something extremely interesting regarding the world Read More

Raise Your Game & Introduce Star Ratings On Your Website
By Jeet Banerjee | September 5, 2013

You have surely seen some posts in the SERP rankings with review ratings. What do we do when ever we see these ratings? Perhaps we don’t click on the links straight away, but you all will agree with the fact that these orange-colored stars make these posts look more appealing and readable. So when you Read More

We Should Write For Humans, Not Search Engines!
By Jessica Blunt | August 31, 2013

Before the Panda update appeared in 2011, writing used to be quite different from what it is now! From 2004 till 2010, people writing articles for the purpose of posting on the Web were more concerned with the SERP rankings. Applying black hat SEO strategies, all they cared about was making the post visible in Read More

Move Aside YouTube! There Are Other Ways To Market A Video Too
By Robert Wilson | August 26, 2013

We all know that Google is the largest search engine in the world. According to a recently conducted survey, it was seen that over 93% U.S. citizens were able to give the correct answer out of all the people who were asked. However, the big surprise came with neither Yahoo nor Bing being able to Read More

5 Ways Which Can Help You Improve Your Local SEO
By Jeet Banerjee | August 21, 2013

Small local businesses are mainly the brick-and-mortar stores. The growing importance of social media and SERP rankings have made them take the plunge into the world of the Internet, as competing with both small-scale and large-scale business rivals have become mandatory. The ultimate goal of small local businesses is targeting and capturing the local customers. Read More

Benefits Of Registering Your Business In Small Business Online Directories
By Robert Wilson | August 16, 2013

Internet has made it easier for small business owners to promote their company. Official websites and social networking profiles are already popular mediums in increasing the conversion rate. However, it is also true that a small business cannot compete with its larger counterpart unless people are finding it on the web. And this is where Read More

How Do You Measure The Success Of Your Local SEO Strategy?
By Jessica Blunt | August 10, 2013

Most business owners, whether they are paying for it or doing it themselves, do not know whether their local SEO strategy is effective or falling flat on the face. If you’ve hired an agency to look after your local SEO needs, it sends you a monthly report (in most cases) of success or failure. But Read More

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