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How can you improve your internal search features? April 28, 2007

Posted by misti in amazon, blog, business, E-commerce, Email Technology, free, free seo recommendation, G-Talk, Internal Search, Internet, malware, marketing, msn, News, productivity, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Search Spam, Social Media, Video, Windows.
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What is good for your site? How should you design and build your sites to drive more traffic to it? What should be your ongoing strategy and how can you improve internal search features to rank well in Search Engine Result Pages? Well, we online marketers are more or less addicted to these questions and each day we struggle with new experiments to make our online business, a successful one.

Is right search getting critical and troublesome?

5minutes Life Videopedia with 5mins.com April 25, 2007

Posted by misti in blog, business, Internet, marketing, News, productivity, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Search Industry News, Social Media, Social Networking, Technology, Videopedia, Web2.0.
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logo_0.gifI came across a unique site and I want to share this site with others and make them aware how any Business can use it as a marketing tool’! I am talking about 5min.com One of my friends have come across this wonderful, useful, and informative site and asked me to have a see to it. Well, 5min.com is all about “how any Business can use it as a marketing tool”? For instance, you have a problem with your ‘Back pain’ and you need a solution. You can well visit a doctor, but getting appointments are very tough these days. So, you can well visit this site for a permanent solution. In this website you will find short video solutions for every common and practical issue you have and sort that out. This was from the consumers’ point of view. From a company view-point, suppose a company that sells Health Wellness can create a video such as “How to get relief from Back pain” and put their logo in the end to build their BRAND or Reputation. 5min.com is a place where you can share your knowledge and find multiple avenues where you can solve your ultimate needs both as a consumer and as an organization.

Wonder why this website is named as 5min.com?

“Organic” or “Natural” Search Engine Optimization (SEO) April 4, 2007

Posted by misti in Black Hat SEO, blog, breach, business, Computer, E-commerce, free, free seo recommendation, free seo report, Internet, marketing, Organic SEO, productivity, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Social Networking, White hat SEO.
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While searching some thing on the search engines, you will find two sets of search results. There is a main set down the middle of the page and then depending on the search engine, another set of results down the side and/or along the top. The main sets are called organic as the search results displays the most relevant search matching the search keywords. Organic or Natural SEO helps and enhances a particular website to be popular with cost effective measures. It is accomplished by optimizing its webpages and by improving the inbound links by purchasing links that point to your domain. It is one of the methods adopted by search engine marketing which helps you to get higher rankings (more…)

Web2.0–All about Social Networking April 3, 2007

Posted by misti in blog, business, Computer, E-Collaboration, E-commerce, Email Technology, Internet, News, productivity, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, sem, seo, Social Media, Social Networking, Technology, Video, Web Traffic, Web2.0, website analysis.
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Web2.0 is a phenomenal topic in the present arena. Infact, the topic has grown to much debatable phase as each one of us is trying to derive an inference to it, without getting the actual meaning unexplored. Everyone one of us related to Search engine Industry is trying to explore this very topic. So the exact meaning of Web2.0 is open to debate. According to Wikipedia’s definition “ Web 2.0, a phrase coined by O’Reilly Media in 2004, refers to a perceived second generation of web-based services—such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, (more…)