I wonder why so many people are refusing to join a network others like. "I don't tweet" or "facebook isn't my thing".
If everything I did in life was my thing, I'd be a lot happier, but most of what we do is just a matter of convenience vs time saving.
How many times have I been asked who I am on Twitter?
"cool added u"
Just like everyone I have made my post http://firetown.com/2009/03/15/the-s...w-seo-contest/
The contest is on. I am playing for charity and all proceeds will go to the Mighty Eagle Foundation.
They currently work in Indonesia and give housing and counselling to kids who have been sexually violated, most of them by the mass amounts of tourists from Europe and the U.S. who choose to visit third world countries for the purpose of being able to molest kids and get away with
Here are some things you can do to promote your website best on Facebook:
1) Write notes and tag people who have a lot of friends.
2) Start groups and invite "targeted friends".
3) Discuss topics related to your own site in groups with lots of traffic.
4) Share really good info in form of notes or on your own blog and share the link to it on your profile.
5) Befriend the best in your industry, tag them in notes, post GOOD links on their profiles.
If you want to study a topic, you have to leave Google (which only provides a snapshot of information). For example, for movies, you probably want to read reviews and get ideas for related movies to...
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Good designers are aware of the need for meaningful semantic markup in the code. This could be a ranking factor and helps with the user experience, especially for the blind people using screen reader...
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The problems I've seen have been with both excessive internal and/or external links. Too many external links makes a site look like a link farm, especially if they are to unrelated sites and...
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Absolutely. If the links point to relevant pages in other sites that support the keywords in the hyperlink text, that's the way embedded hyperlinks are supposed to work. That's what you see on the...
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This is something that you could test yourself. I personally wouldn't try to unnaturally give a boost to links. Rather, I would try to put the links in some kind of context wrapper such as "Recent...
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An xml sitemap makes it easy for the bot to discover all of the pages of your site. It can pull just one focused file to get all of this data. But it may only benefit a large site.
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I check out new blogs daily. Find some good stuff that way. As I don't want to spend (waste) my time looking at blogs for posts with comments, blah blah, for adding my comment, I can better enjoy...
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The main thing is to post original content. This will stick in the search engine (G). Blog post frequency is totally dependent on the need to update your content according to the latest news in...
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Since Google has completely de-indexed your domain, I recommend you to delete the entire content(at least all the spam) and start a new website. You must request for reconsideration in webmaster...
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You can try this plugin WordPress › FeedWordPress � WordPress Plugins (http://wordpress.org/plugins/feedwordpress/) I wouldn't put Google ads on the site until the google malware warning is...
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I would never consider redirecting a de-indexed domain. Remember that little update named Penguin? The quality of the sites linking to a site can have a impact. if Google de-indexed the site, it has...
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That is to keep the hungry readers coming back to figure out how to get a slice of the pie themselves. But what they don't get is that you need to be an 'A' list blogger. Making a niche blog about...
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I had a good idea (IMO) for creating a possible authority site today (inspired by looking at the top lists on Alexa.com). Without giving away the idea, the aspects of it are: * It must have a...
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Well, I wouldn't say that the type of deceptive affiliate scenario really has nothing to do with Google. Look at Adwords where it is not enough for amazon and ebay to promote directly on adwords,...
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