Link building with link bait is using content designed to attract links instead of begging and trading links.
Positive link bait can be described as content assets which acquire links with little effort after the asset is created. Link bait is the right content for the right audience for the right purpose. A linkable asset comes in different forms. Continue reading
A Website SEO Audit should be a complete review of your site’s level of search visibility, and contain an in-depth analysis of the structure, keyword strategy, linking of the site; and how the current status of those factors are affecting the website’s goals. Continue reading
The English language has had a long and interesting history (at least in my opinion, but I’m an English major and a nerd, so I’m biased), and the Internet age has brought around rapid evolution on what constitutes good writing. While opinions differ on what is good writing, here are a few tips that I believe everyone can agree on:
You have probably heard of the terms White Hat SEO and Black Hat SEO, but do you know what they really mean?
White Hat SEO and Black Hat SEO can determine where your website ranks in search engines results for different targeted keywords. White Hat SEO is normally what web designers and SEO experts implement in order to make a website rank high in the search results. Unfortunately, the increased number of competition in the online world has forced some to start using unethical practices, referred to as Black Hat SEO.
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NEW YORK, NY – March 19, 2013 – It is with great gravity that Vocus announced today that the Easter Bunny does not exist and has no place in a news distribution service.
The popular press release distribution service recently contacted Standing Dog Interactive in regards to a pending press release that dealt with an Easter brunch. Writers at the Dallas-based interactive marketing agency were shocked to learn that the Easter Bunny was deemed “parodic” and could not be mentioned in an introduction, tongue-in-cheek be damned.
Who remembers the movie Space Jam? Would you believe that the original website is still up and kicking after all of these years? Take a moment and explore that web design artifact. Why don’t we see more websites like this, I’m sure you’re wondering. It’s quite simple: websites are living things, and like all living things, websites evolve over time.
Good websites don’t just suddenly exist. In fact, there are plenty of good websites that started off as bad websites—and just as many that are still bad websites, unfortunately. A good development team understands that the life cycle of a website starts before, and keeps going far beyond, launch.