Twitter abuse is now a pandemic – at least in my mind. People are recklessly using of this micro-blogging application, often without a purpose or goal in mind. This is one of the main reason I don’t use the service as much as I used to. The concept of value has become lost among a sea of thoughtless, frenzied tweets. Read the rest of this entry »
[SEO eBook] – Although I haven’t been blogging much recently, I’ve been busy consulting and crafting an SEO eBook entitled the SEO Quick Fix eBook. The 26-page guide promises to significantly increase your Google search rank with minimal changes in days – not months or years. In other words, you can expect immediate results.
The eBook has been designed for regular website owners. It’s perfect for anyone looking to maximize SEO efforts. With basic HTML knowledge, anyone can achieve first page Google results. The 20 recommendations outlined are easy to follow and listed in order of importance.
Simply put, I’ve condensed over 5 years of SEO research, analysis, and practical application into this easy-to-read, concise eBook for website owners. The guesswork has been eliminated. These recommendations have been tried, tested, and proven to be successful. Having said that, these are not a series of “black hat” techniques but rather a list of ways to improve your content, page structure, and linking. The end result is an increase in free, qualified traffic to your website.
If you decide to purchase the eBook, please be sure to let me know about your results. Thank You.
With so many blogs already online and more appearing every day, it’s hard differentiate your content and build credibility. In my opinion, perception around the quality of blog content has decreased significantly as the utter mass continues to grow at an astonishing rate. In other words, quantity is overtaking quality.
Web design tends to focus around page layout and aesthetics. Site copy is often left until the end. At this point, product messaging and wording tend to be neglected and rushed. It’s extremely important to ensure that this doesn’t happen. Clear, concise messaging can be the difference when trying to create a successful web experience.
The way I see it, micro-apps are the future of the web application. These tiny apps only do one thing in particular – but they do it well. As opposed to more robust applications, micro-apps focus on a single task and target that problem with a specialized solution.