Getting Stuck in Traffic

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red SEO bullseyeTraffic.

Horns honking, fists flying, complete standstills.

No, no…not that kind of traffic!

Website traffic is the good stuff: a constant stream of viewers and visitors to your site, spreading the word that your site is out there for the world to see!

Incoming, outgoing, constant hits are what companies want, and the more they get, the better.

Through search engine optimization, or SEO, you can bring more ...

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10 Reasons Why Websites Don’t Work

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red broken at signSo everyone is a critic, and rightfully so. That’s why its important to stay ahead of the curve. But there a few objective facts that are undeniable as to why a website is just plain awful. Check it out…

1. Unresponsive to Mobile Devices. Face it, everybody has a smart phone, and people with smart phones may have a tablet of some kind. Make sure your website functions properly on EVERY ...

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Debunking SEO

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blue search engine optimization barSarah

When we talk about SEO, we spend a lot of time doing myth busting, quite frankly. Not only is the world of SEO changing, all the time – there’s also a ton of misinformation out there.

Is SEO important?  Yes.  It’s essential.  It is easy to do?  It can be.  But it requires patience. There are no overnight success stories when ...

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5 Things You May Not Know About Social Media

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colorful social media arrowsSo, you own a business and everyone tells you, “You simply MUST use social media.” No problem, right? You have a basic website with your address and phone number, so you’ll just create a Facebook page and tell people to buy your product. Then, you’ll just repeat that post every week or so and people will come running. That sounds easy enough…not much time or effort involved. But will it actually help your ...

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Are You Digging Digg.com?

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magnifying glass and globeBy Rachel Sheehy
The Internet is one of the greatest inventions of all time for so many reasons — especially its role in procrastination. You know what I’m talking about. A popular place for procrastination is social bookmarking sites, which are also good for marketing your blog. One of these popular sites is Digg (digg.com).
Digg is a New York-based site with the sole purpose of finding the most interesting and talked about stories ...
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