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Jun 26, 2009 / by Dustin Williams

Transformers of SEO

I have yet to see the sequel to Transformers but I grew up playing with transformers as a little boy and I loved the first movie. Seeing the sequel is one of the top things on my list of

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Jun 25, 2009 / by David Scoville

Really Getting to Know Your Target Market

It’s great to have so many wonderful tools to build sturdy marketing campaigns and evaluate the results, but they should never detract our attention on our end-user, the customer. Here is a bit of advice that was common knowledge

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Jun 24, 2009 / by Adam Torkildson

What Aretha Franklin Teaches About Mommy Bloggers: Part 1

Based off of my last blog post, this is an extension and expansion of the amazingly under appreciated and little-known world of the ‘mommy blogger’. Having literally stumbled upon a group of women who have blog followers in the millions, I was astounded to find that they are not

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Jun 23, 2009 / by Dan Bischoff

SEO.com Adds Five New Team Members in the Month of June

The search engine marketing company adds four SEO specialists and a director of business development. The Utah SEO company has grown more than 300 percent since last fall.

PROVO, Utah (June 23, 2009) – SEO.com continues to buck the layoff-trend seen around the country by adding more top talent to

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Jun 23, 2009 / by Dustin Williams

So Many Keywords So Little Time

Keyword research is a critical part of an SEO campaign and is a decisive factor in whether or not the campaign will succeed. It is important that it is done at the very beginning and is not rushed. After all, the

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Jun 22, 2009 / by Jon Cuevas

Who is John Galt? I mean, who is Matt Cutts?

When first introduced to the world of SEO, I began scouring the Internet for information to become familiar with current topics and ideas. I had a lot of questions. Some were impractical and merely amusing, like: “Is

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Jun 15, 2009 / by Darren Bradley

The Good The Bad and The Ugly Of SEO

We are all familiar with the benefits of SEO work on relevant websites, but what if people took advantage of genuine techniques for criminal gain? Would you know the difference between a fake and a genuine site? What if the

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Jun 15, 2009 / by Scott Cowley

25 Freshest Summer Blogging Tips

It’s summertime and if you’re like most people, you didn’t include your blog in your spring cleaning rotation. Just as artists and musicians go through different phases and creative change-ups, bloggers need to “clean house” and evolve with the seasons as

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Jun 12, 2009 / by Greg Shuey

Get Down & Dirty With Your Website Code

According to Google their mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. I might add that they are also striving to provide the best user experience possible.

One aspect of SEO that is either looked over or forgotten is the technical side. I am

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Jun 11, 2009 / by Dan Patterson

How to Create a Huge Keyword List

Keyword research is a basic but very important task for website optimization. I'm not going to cover all the ins and outs of keyword research in this post; but I'm hoping that after reading it, you'll have a better understanding of how to do

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