Category: SEO

  • Google Analytics on your iPhone with Analytics App

    We’ve developed a new iPhone app that I think you and all SEOs with iPhones will love. The new Analytics App for the iPhone and iPod Touch gives you anywhere access to your Google Analytics data. I had a lunch meeting the other day with a buddy of mine that I’m helping do some PPC […]

  • Writing Fake Customer Reviews

    I’m a huge Dilbert fan. The artist, Scott Adams has a way of just nailing real life business things right on the head.

  • Search Engine Marketing’s Best Posts in 2008

    For anyone starting out in SEO, or looking to sharpen their skills, it can be overwhelming the number of resources to digest.

  • Facebook, Good or Bad for Business?

    I have to be completely honest going into this, I am not a big fan of Facebook for personal use. I had a personal Facebook page for a while, my school kind of did this blitz to all alumni and encouraged us to set up a Facebook profile, within the school group. It was ok […]

  • Should I Use Local Keywords in Content?

    Small business owners going online need to consider just how local their keywords need to be when creating their content. If I was a business owner who had a brick and mortar location, with items for sale to the public, I would be including all kinds of local terms in as much content as possible, […]

  • 6 Signs Your Website Has Been SEO'd

    If you have hired an SEO firm, you may not know what to look for to check and see if your SEO firm is working hard at doing the SEO. Here are 6 signs to look for to know if they are making progress in SEO. If you don’t see most of these, call them […]

  • Local Search Ranking Factors Report

    An excellent report on factors that affect rankings in local search was released today by David Mihm (davidmihm.com and @davidmihm). I was happy to participate as a contributor to the report, particularly with my interest in local search marketing and online customer reviews.

  • The Missing Twitter Tools

    Twitter has become a part of my every day life. When I first tried it, I thought it was a complete and utter waste of time. Nine months later I decided to give it another chance, and now I see the light. Twitter is great for networking, sharing links, getting ideas, connecting and meeting with […]

  • Search Engine Marketing Scholarship Begins

    Andy Beal at MarketingPilgrim.com opened up the 3rd annual Search Engine Marketing Scholarship, open to anyone who wants to write an article about SEO, PPC, or SMO (social media optimization) and have a chance at more than $10,000 worth of prizes! Beyond writing the article, your next task is to get your article some traffic! […]

  • Feedburner Drop? Don't Worry, Your Subscribers Are Back

    In case you were concerned with your blog, like I was, with a mass exodus of Feedburner subscribers, @AndyBeal helped me figure it out this morning through Twitter (you can follow me if you want @mdjensen), which I am coming to see its importance more and more.