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Stop that Bouncing!

I’m bouncing around the web again. I’ve been searching for the latest news on American Idol’s Adam Lambert and haven’t found a great deal of worthwhile information–at least information that encourages me to stay on the site for more than 30 seconds. If you’re regularly checking your website analytics, you’ve looked at your bounce rate. “Bounce Rat...

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Helping Flash Become SEO Friendly

Now that Adobe has made the modifications to Flash so that it will be indexable, and the search engines have begun to index Flash, does that mean you can just put any Flash piece up and it will be indexed without any problems? Not really, you still need to do a little extra work on your part to ensure that the Flash work will be indexed and read c...

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Dropping an Egg Four Stories is Just Like Choosing Your Keywords

In college I took a basic engineering class and on...

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Your Site is Ranked, Now What?

When I search for a topic in a search engine, I don’t always click on the top listing. I scan the titles and results for what seems relevant and interesting. If you want people to come to your site AFTER you are ranking well in the SERPS (search engine results pages), you need relevant and interesting content in the SERPS. A search engine result c...

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Universal Search Gone Hog Wild

I was doing some searching around the other day and came across this page of results in Google Malaysia that has 5 out of the first 10 results as video results and one other as a news result with a picture, along with the related search links at the bottom of the page. Looks to me like Google is doing some more extreme testing in other countries....

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Don’t Even Try to Deceive the Search Engines

A few months ago I posted a brief guide of “The 5 Don’ts of SEO” listing suggestions of things not to do when designing a website. These guidelines include a few of the common “Don’ts” and suggestions from Google to help you keep your site compliant with search engines’ webmaster guidelines. Each month I’ve been going more in-depth with each recom...

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Before You Go Global…

In the world of SEO, it is becoming essential that...

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Get to Know Your SEO: Scott Smoot

We are pleased to introduce Scott Smoot, an account manager for SEO.com. Scott is originally from San Diego, California, and is a graduate of Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management. If Scott were a super hero, his powers would be flying and super-sharp wolverine claws. In real life, Scott has super Guitar Hero drum talent, and is...

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SEO Step 1: A Great Domain Name

There have been many discussions about what part o...

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