ShareShare on Tumblr As the Internet grows, it can become more and more difficult to bring visitors to your website. Having great content on your website means nothing if no one reads it. Here are some great pointers on boosting your site’s presence and online business. This means repeating keywords as much as possible without […]
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Tip One: Social media is not only exceedingly popular, but it has become an integral part of online culture and business practice. Social networking as SEO development strategy is here to stay. The use of social sites may not be right for every business, but every business owner needs to be aware of the presence and importance of social media and the part that it can play in business. I don’t want to suggest that you go out and create profiles on Facebook, linkedin, or Twitter just because they are there. However, if you are running an online ecommerce shop that relies on communication with customers and potential customers, you need to find out if sites such as these could be of use in funneling new and repeat business to your site. For example, if you specialize in one-off, hard to duplicate items of vintage clothing, a service such as Twitter might be of real value to your current and potential customers in letting them know the moment new items come into your shop. If part of your service involves delivery, Twitter could be useful in letting customers know when you will be in their area.
ShareShare on Tumblr by Doru Badetchi On August 19 2009 this post was published for the first time. In August 11 2009 Matt Cutts from the Web Spam team at Google did this interview about the Caffeine Update with Mike McDonald. “Caffeine is a fundamental re-architecting of how our indexing system works,” Cutts sayd before. […]