The NetSource design team is proud to announce the launch of a redesigned website for DataOne Networks, a computer and network repair and maintenance company serving businesses in North Central Florida. […]
Lately I have been noticing a lot of our RV dealer clients using some very damaging SEO techniques when writing their RV descriptions. So I decided to put together a list of a few tips and tricks to help you in the Search Engines as well as help draw attention to key points for your customers. […]
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become a popular topic among website owners. Everyone wants to have the #1 spot in search engines, but it’s hard to know what advice to follow.
Sometimes reading SEO tips and tricks can cause more harm than good. Following bad advice can be dangerous and can potentially get your website blacklisted by search engines.
Google’s algorithm for determining how to rank websites in their search results may be a secret, but the fundamental concept behind it is not. Google wants to provide quality content that matches what users are searching for. The best way to optimize your website for search engines is to focus on building the best website possible for your website visitors. If you are able to accomplish this, your website will already be optimized for search engines!
Below are some basic tips to help you build a better website that customers and search engines will both love. […]
There are many ways to improve your website, here are a few SEO tips on your Title, Description, and Keyword tags. […]
In this installment of our “Improve Your Website” series, I’d like to focus on one of the invisible elements of your website that can have an impact on your site’s success. I’m talking of course about the creation of an XML Sitemap, which is one of several SEO best-practices employed by web developers in the know to help your site get fully indexed by the search engines, ultimately helping your ranking and traffic numbers. First I’ll give you a brief overview of what the heck they are, and then we’ll talk about some of the benefits and how to add one to your own site. […]
…or How a Blog is Like a Puppy
Blogs are the new “it” internet technology. All the cool kids have one. And everyone seems to be buzzing about all the great things they can do for you:
- Build organic traffic from search engines
- Establish you as a trusted authority in your field
- Build buzz for new products and developments
- Serve as a communication tool between your company and your customers
All of that is true, but if you don’t consider all the responsibilities that come along with your brand new blog, it may just come back to bite you… […]
In this installment of my “Top Ten” tips to better Search Engine Optimization, I’ll be reviewing “10 Things to Avoid When Optimizing Your Website”.
SEO isn’t easy! Let’s just call it what it is, Hard and Time Consuming. A major mistake that a lot of people make, in an attempt to make things easier, is looking for short cuts to optimize their website. Many of these shortcuts provide short-lived result, but can harm your rankings in the long run (or even get you black-listed from search engines!). This is where I like to refer to a couple of old sayings to help remind people to stay focused:
– “If it’s worth doing… It’s worth doing right!”
– … and, “If it’s too good to be true… then it probably is!”
Keep your eyes on the prize folks! Don’t let other people take advantage of you and your business. Avoid bad neighborhoods, link exchanges and farms, don’t keyword stuff and… well… just keep reading, and Good Luck!
Back in the infancy of the world wide web, frames were a pretty useful tool. They allowed a designer to have multiple panels on a page with one or more displaying consistent content (like a menu). With the advent of the modern web programming languages such as Active Server Pages (ASP), PHP & ASP.Net, frames are now really nothing more than a relic of the past. In fact, they can actually be harmful to your site’s performance in the search engines and your customer’s user experience. […]
Google is running a business. Their business depends on returning the most relevant and useful search results to web surfers, so that they’ll continue to use the Google Search Engine, click on Google ads, and generate revenues. Because quality search results are so important, Google takes people who try to cheat the system very seriously, and they have very well-documented rules that they use to identify search engine “spammers.”
Break any of these rules, and your rankings will suffer, or even worse, your site can be black-listed… removed entirely from Google. You may benefit from a brief boost in search engine rankings, but Google always catches up. Trust me; you do not want to fight Google in order to get your website re-listed. […]
So you have decided to do your own Search Engine Optimization. Then you have most likely come to the realization that it’s nowhere near as easy as you initially anticipated. You have also found that it is extremely hard, if not impossible, to cover the gamut of SEO without the help of some sort of tool or software. So today I’m going to go over some of the free SEO tools available online, that I have found to be extremely helpful over the early years of my SEO education. Some of these tools I still use even today, so take notice… and good luck on your endeavor. […]
So, you’re still thinking this whole blogging thing is silly? Yet you want your website to rank well and bring a lot of visitors to your website?
If these two statements apply to you, then truth be told, you’d be silly not to consider a blog. […]