User’s Guide to Google Webmaster Tools

Google’s Webmaster Tools can be very useful for website owners, but it can also be overwhelming if you’re not sure what is available and how to use it. We’ll take a step-by-step look at the free tools available and how to use them. If you don’t already have a Google Webmaster Tools account, you can […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your FAQ Page

Frequently Asked Question pages are usually an after-thought when designing a website. They’re sometimes thrown together just to provide some basic information for visitors so they won’t have to email or call for answers. If this is the case, there’s a huge amount of potential that’s being wasting. FAQ pages can be one of the […]

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30 Keyword Tools to Use for Your Website

Part of having a successful website or blog is targeting the right keywords and phrases. This sounds like it would be an easy task, but with endless possible combinations of words and phrases it can be quite difficult to find keywords that will generate traffic from search engines without putting you in competition with too […]

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Removing the NoFollow Tags

Update: This post is no longer accurate. Links in comments are now nofollow.  The DoFollow plugin is now installed and active on this blog, which means comments no longer include the NoFollow tag in links! If you’re not familiar with NoFollow tags, they are a way of preventing search engines from following and indexing links. […]

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5 Ways to Get Noticed by A-List Bloggers

Jonathan Phillips wrote a post yesterday, Getting A-Listers to Notice Your Blog vs. Social Networking. In the article Jon asks his readers which source they would prefer to send them traffic. He mentions that his experience has shown that visitors who are referred from other blogs are more likely to stay on the site longer […]

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Designing Pages to Load Quickly

No matter how great your website design looks, if it loads too slowly visitors are unlikely to stick around. In this article we look at 12 ways you can decrease the load time of your pages. To see how fast your pages load in comparison to other sites, visit Self SEO. With this free tool […]

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Full Posts or Excerpts?

If you use an RSS reader you’ll notice two different methods bloggers use for displaying their RSS feeds. Some bloggers choose to show readers the full post directly in the RSS reader, while others choose to only use short excepts that contain a link to the blog post on their site. Each method has its […]

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