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Old 09-04-2011, 01:55 PM
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SEO Tip of the Day: Sun. 9/4/11 - Let Your Own Customers do Your Keyword Research

If you own an e-commerce store, consider letting your own customers do your keyword research.

Most stores allow you to have access to what referred your customer to you - what search engine they used - and in some cases the exact keywords that they used to find you.

This data is different than what you might see from your google webmaster tools and most reporting that I've seen. (Even statistics.)

So, spending a few hours with a cup of coffee can pay off in unexpected ways. I'm going through my orders one by one this afternoon collecting data. I do this every couple of weeks.

In my store, in each order, I can click on a link, see the referring site, see exactly what keywords were used and in what order and see where I showed up in the search results.

In some cases, these results are becoming headlines for that product or category or are becoming additions to my ever growing list of long term search phrases that are pretty easy to do well for if you incorporate them the on page content for that item.

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Old 09-05-2011, 06:08 AM
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SEO Tip of the Day: Mon. 9/5/2011 - Usability Has More SEO Impact Than Most SEOs Know

Usability has more SEO impact than many SEO professionals realize, writes Shari Thurow in Friday’s Search Engine Land post on Information Architecture vs. Technical Architecture. In fact, Thurow seems to imply, if you don’t really understand Information Architecture, your understanding of SEO is rather limited. I happen to agree.

When Thurow hears terms such as crawlability, indexation, robots exclusion, nofollow and URL workarounds, she knows she is not dealing with an Information Architect.

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Web professionals constantly confuse information architecture with technical architecture. Because of that, technical architects end up making information architecture decisions…and that is a critical mistake. I believe user-centered design (UCD) and architecture is far more cost- and time-effective than technology-centered design.
The information architecture of a website – which refers to how the information on the site is organized, labeled, navigated and found – should be planned prior to design or any other technical decision.
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Organization is grouping related content into categories and providing user-friendly access to that content via global, local, and contextual navigation.
As Thurow explores the concepts, she makes a strong case in favor of Information Architecture determining the Technical Architecture of the site. On navigation and menus:

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Here is another example: menus. I hear the pros and cons of using menus for a navigation system all of the time. As an SEO, I understand why the technical team wants to implement menus: it preserves screen real estate, some search engines can crawl them (it depends on how they are coded/programmed), and “people love them.”

As an information architect and usability professional, I have to consider the failure rate of different menus (fly-out menus are more error prone than drop-down menus), the paradox of choice, and the technology used to access content.
If you design websites or are planning one, you’ll want to read the entire post: http://searchengineland.com/seo-smac...itecture-91419. as well as the related entries at the bottom of the post.

More on Information Architecture: http://www.iainstitute.org/.
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SEO Tip of the Day: Tues. 9/6/2011 - Post-Panda Content Strategy

This SEO Tip is a PART 2 blog post on the SEOMoz blog. To read Part 1, visit the link below.

http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/postpanda-...gazine-editing

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If you read part one of our post panda content strategy series you will have learned the basics of how to go about planning your content for the post-Panda world.

As we know this new algorithm/algorithm filter has placed a great deal more emphasis on QUALITY content and there is no better place to look for inspiration than specialist magazines when searching for ways to improve your writing for targeted visitors. I know this as I spent the first chapter of my career working within the industry and had the opportunity to learn several from some of the very best.

The aim of all online content creation, of course, is to create AUTHORITATIVE articles and, in light of the new Google Author markup,
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SEO Tip of the Day: Weds. 9/7/2011 - The 5 Keys to Conversion Rate Optimization

The week is almost over!

Here is the SEO Tip of the Day that i forgot to post this afternoon.

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While search engine marketers are frequently vulnerable to obsession with data points, such as unique visits and rankings, the success of any SEM program will ultimately be judged by bottom-line revenue.

One of the quickest ways to improve ROI from search campaigns is to improve conversion rates from current traffic. Even a 0.5-1 percent conversion rate increase can have dramatic results in the overall health of a company.

Below are the top five ways to improve conversion rates for organic and paid landing pages.
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SEO Tip of the Day: Thurs. 9/8/2011 - Search Engine Algorithm Research & Testing

Good morning or evening, depending on your time zone.

Todays SEO Tip is as follows:

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Performing tests on search engine algorithms can help you stay current on what the search engines are looking for and help guide your SEO strategies. The hardest part is devising tests that show an effect on individual ranking factors.

Because change is a factor in itself, it’s nearly impossible to test a single ranking factor independently.

Here are some suggestions and warnings on conducting a search engine algorithm test.
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Old 09-09-2011, 07:27 AM
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SEO Tip of the Day: Firday 9/9/2011 - Successful SEO Tactics: Off-Site Optimization

Fridays Tip is as follows:

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The large majority of external factors that influence organic rankings fall within the classification of link building. There have been great debates in recent months that the ranking impact that can be derived through social media signals falls outside of “traditional” link building. That is valid, and will continue to be debated.

It seems there are few topics within SEO or digital marketing that are as highly contested and controversial as link building. As the SEO Tactics chart was developed, it became obvious that off-site influences would be a core pillar.

This article focuses more on the strategies that surround link building as opposed to the tactics. The space is flooded with these tactics already, yet little attention is paid to the strategies that guide successful link building campaigns.

You are simply burning time and money when a thoughtful link building strategy is absent. Hopefully some of the concepts conveyed in this article will translate well into the programs you're managing.
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SEO Tip of the Day: Saturday 10th September 2011 - Beyond Exact Match Anchor Text

According to Cyrus Shepard (and might be many other SEOs) from SEOMoz exact match keyword anchor text is now soo 2009. He claims that the trend in 2011 is partial match keywords.

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We love exact match anchor text! It's the Holy Grail of links that make our rankings soar - or does it? Many SEOs predict Google will continue to devalue exact match anchors as their algorithm evolves in the age of Panda. We've seen evidence of this phenomenon over the past year and many expect to see the value of exact match drop even further.
He covered 4 areas in that blog and they are:
1. Exact Match
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Those of you who have been practicing SEO for a long time noticed something about a year and a half ago or so, that this method did not work as well as it used to. If you got too many exact match anchor texts, it could actually hurt you. That's why you say, that's such a 2009 tactic.
2. Partial Match
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This is how I'd like to explain it. If you give me a choice, if you could say I could have any 300 links I want but they have to be 300 partial match anchor text or 300 exact match anchor text, a lot of webmasters would go for this thinking it is the best policy. Statistically though, this is your best choice. This is going to contain some of your exact matches, but you're going to have such a bigger broad tail, long tail queries that you can rank for. You're going to get more traffic. You're going to rank better for your targeted keywords, and this method is future proof. As Google deemphasizes these exact matches, this is going to take you forward in the long run. Those links are going to have a lot longer long-term value, and it is just going to give you a better natural looking link profile.
3. Context, Placement and Relevance
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All those on page signals, those are what you want on the page linking to you - the title tag, the H1 headers, keyword usage, alt text in the photo. Those are all signals to Google that this page is about Bing cherries. It's linking to you. You're more likely to interpret that as this link is about Bing cherries.
4. The Future of Link Signals
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If you read Google patents, which a lot of us like to do, SEO by the Sea is a great blog to read, they're seeing patents such as sentiment analysis, such as in online reviews. Google will actually try to figure out if that review is a positive review or a negative review. So, even if you get the link, if there are words around it like Joe's Pizza sucks, well that might not be, in the future, as good as link as Joe's Pizza is awesome. Now, this is all theory.
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Old 09-11-2011, 05:12 PM
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SEO Tip of the Day: Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011 - Seven (Non-SEO) Tips to Having a Success

I do hope that your weekend went well. Here is tonights SEO Tip of the day.

From the Search Engine Guide blog:

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Over the years I've busted my butt to create a successful website marketing strategy firm. It's had it's ups and downs, not to mention countless long nights and weekends. And whenever I start to feel like I can relax, it seems something comes up, and we have a new push to get us to the next level.

Successful SEO can't be done in a vacuum of search engine algorithms, social media and on-page optimization strategies. There is something even more fundamental to being successful at your SEO efforts than the knowledge needed to carry it out. These are foundational issues that, when applied, will help you not only gain the knowledge you need, but the wherewithal to grow in your success, even through difficult and dry times.
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Old 09-12-2011, 09:24 AM
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SEO Tip of the Day: Sept. 12, 2011 -Avoiding conflict w/ indexation restrictions

I think this article will be very useful to lots of you as it is easy to "overdo" and apply different techniques at the same time, without realizing the conflict we are creating.

This article covers robots access and indexation restrictions: how to avoid conflict and make the best use of it for SEO.
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Today, I’m covering robot control technique conflicts. In an effort to REALLY get their point across, webmasters will sometimes implement more than one robot control technique to keep the search engines away from a page. Unfortunately, these techniques can sometimes contradict each other: One technique hides the instruction of the other or link juice is lost.

What happens when a page is disallowed in the robots.txt file and has a noindex meta tag in place? How about a noindex tag and a canonical tag?
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it is a bad idea to use any two of the following robot access control methods at once.
Meta Robots 'noindex'
Canonical Tag (when pointing to a different URL)
Robots.txt Disallow
X-Robots-Tag
In spite of your strong desire to really keep a page out of the search results, one solution is always better than two. Let's take a look at what happens when you have various combinations of robot access control techniques in place for a single URL.
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SEO Tip of the Day: Sept. 13, 2011-Understand SEO in three minutes (Video)

It's my birthday today. And I found an article (mainly the video) in searchengineland that seemed to be ideal for me to post. The video is really useful for beginners. It will help them understand the overview of SEO in 3 minutes. Enjoy!
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SEO Tip of the Day - Wed., Sept. 14, 2011 - Tips for Getting More Reviews – Local SEO

One of the fast tracks to local optimization in Google Places and organic results is customer reviews, but convincing happy clients to take the time to write an online testimonial can be challenging. To help, Andrew Shotland offers 5 Tips To Get More Online Customer Reviews in a recent Search Engine Land post.

He advises against offering an incentive for a review. Some customers will happily do it without incentive and you risk turning off others, Shotlund writes.

Ask for the review promptly:
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Don’t wait. People are most likely to give you feedback right away. The longer you go from the time of service to the time of request, the likelihood of getting reviews drops precipitously. According to Ted Paff, CEO of CustomerLobby, a review service, “Comment card reviews solicited at the time of service can see completion rates of 80-90%” vs. much lower rates for other forms of review solicitation.
Follow up three days later if you have the client’s email:
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Reminder emails can account for a huge percentage of review conversions.
Shotlund also advises against Yelp reviews – and offers a tip for business owners who are shy about asking for a review. Read the rest of the advice: http://searchengineland.com/5-tips-t...-reviews-92311.

Related SEO Tip: Google No Longer Displays Third Party Reviews.
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:19 AM
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SEO Tip of the Day - Thurs., Sept. 15, 2011 - Google Adds Rich Snippets For Apps

Google introduced rich snippets for apps yesterday, adding support to the list of other support for markup of shopping, recipes, reviews, video, and events, and music. If you sell software apps or games, adding rich snippets for related reviews can enhance your search listings in Google. It may or may not have an impact on your rankings -- though many "advanced SEOs" I follow believe it does -- but no doubt having positive reviews or stars shown in with your results generally increases traffic and conversions.
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You can mark up either individual reviews (for example, an editor's review of a product), or aggregate review information—for example, the average rating for a local business or the total number of user reviews submitted.
This post outlines how to mark up for either aggregate or single reviews: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogsp...-snippets.html.

More general information on rich snippets:
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SEO Tip of the Day- Friday, Sept. 16, 2011 - Keyword Metrics for SEO

Another edition from SEOMoz Whiteboard Friday. Today's topic is Keyword Metrics for SEO (And Driving Actions from Data) .

Are you obsessed with 'head' keywords only and ignoring the 'middle' and the 'tail' ? Are you using your analytics data to drive smart actions? Watch this week's video and hopefully you can pick up some nuggets here and there from the following link .

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SEO Tip of the Day- Sat, Sept. 17, 2011- 99 Ways to Build Links by Giving Stuff Away

Nothing much to explain here you just need to get down and dirty with these techniques if they match your style..

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These ideas focus on getting increased chatter about your brand online, with the logic that when people are talking about your brand they are likely linking to it as well. If you find there is a lot of brand chatter without any links, you can always use brand monitoring tools to track your mentions, and then followup to ask for a link.

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SEO Tip of the Day- Sun, Sept. 18, 2011 - Hard Thoughts About SEO & Link Bait

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Is creating link bait good SEO? Emphatically, yes! If it does not get links it is not link bait. If it does, then people are finding value, which is exactly what the search engines want to reward. Whether you call it white hat or ethical SEO, link bait fits the bill.

But what is link bait, what makes it work and why does it fail?

What Is Link Bait?

Link bait is content designed from conception to go viral. The goal is to produce something so awesome your friends will share it with their friends, your friends’ friends will share it with their friends and so on.

In theory, if you to create the perfect viral link bait, people keep sharing and sharing until everyone on the Internet sees your creation.
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SEO Tip of the Day- Mon, Sept. 19, 2011 - SEO Strategy

It's Monday everyone. Try to put a smile on your face. Its back to work this week.

Todays Tip is as follows:

SEO Strategy: Consistently Employing Effective Tactics

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Identifying all of the elements necessary for effective SEO isn’t difficult. But for some reason, successful integration of these elements for consistently good SEO is less common than it should be. The tricky thing about producing world-class results every time is that three tactical elements of good SEO must be employed for an effective overall SEO strategy. Leave one of these tactics out—through ignorance or laziness—and your results will suffer every time

Ideas Matter

Let’s face it. The phrase “Content is King” has become so over-used that it’s lost its punch. What began as a useful tool has become a worn-out cliché. But the idea behind it is as true today as it ever was. If you don’t have....
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SEO Tip of the Day- Tues., Sept. 20, 2011 - The 20-Minute (Or Less) SEO Audit

I have not tried this out yet but i think for me, it might be around 30 minutes. lol

The 20-Minute (Or Less) SEO Audit w/ INFOGRAPHIC
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Sniffing out most of a website’s basic search-engine-optimization problems can be done in 20 minutes or less if you know what you’re doing. Here are the essentials for an effective and fast SEO audit.

I’ll warn you now that reading this guide might take a bit more time than it does to actually perform the SEO audit itself. But by the time you finish reading, you will be fully prepared to improve a site’s visibility. Take good notes as you complete the audit; you’ll need them to prioritize optimization tasks.

There’s also an easy-to-follow chart you can you or others through the process.

This guide is broken into the following components:
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SEO Tip of the Day- Weds., Sept. 21, 2011 - Titles & Meta Descriptions

Want some "PRO" tips to getting your Titles and Meta description indexed? Have a look at todays SEO Tip of the day below.

4 Pro Tips To Write Titles & Meta Descriptions That Make Your Site *Pop* In The Search Results

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Titles and meta descriptions are the first thing potential visitors see when coming in contact with your website in the search engine results pages (SERPs); having the best possible title tag and meta description can make or break a site's SEO campaign.

Let's face it, writing title and meta description tags can be boring – and for bigger sites, it can be extremely tedious and time consuming. As tempting as it is to breeze through this process, it is crucial to invest your time and energy into writing well thought out and persuasive tags if you want to beat out your competitors.

Here are Four tips to get you writing title and meta tags like a pro:
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SEO Tip of the Day- Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011 - SEO is Like [Insert Analogy Here]

Today's SEO Tip of the Day is something easy and fun to read.

Take your mind off doing any type of SEO thing to a clients website or your own and read this blog post.

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SEO is like a car. You can't just ask "how much does SEO cost?"

SEO is like food. Quick, cheap SEO and has little long-term value, while healthy SEO costs more but has a better long-term effect.

SEO is like a chair. It's something you...
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SEO Tip of the Day- Friday, Sept. 23- To Use Q&A Sites To Help Build Better Links

This article will help you think out of the box. A good technique to discover new keywords and new streams of links and traffic.

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Asking questions is considered to be one of the most basic yet the most effective ways of learning. Whether you ask questions to better understand a technique, an event, or a motive, you’re gaining insight that should help you in the present and the future.

It’s no wonder that question and answer sites continue to gain in popularity, and while I’ve viewed them as a great free or inexpensive marketing and personal branding tool for awhile now, it’s only recently that I’ve come to see how useful they can be at helping everyone build links and do better SEO.
http://searchengineland.com/how-to-u...er-links-92280

Check out this one http://www.seomoz.org/blog/6-reasons...r-update-12160

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