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Finding the Keyword Sweet Spot

Written by Nick Stamoulis

Keywords determine who will find your website, search engine spiders and human users alike. Your audience uses keywords to search for what your company offers and hopefully your other well-planned SEO efforts (link building, on-site optimization, relevant content and more) are placing your various l...

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Learning from Your Search Engine Marketing Mistakes

Written by Nick Stamoulis

If you are a website owner, you know the importance of traffic. For the most part, traffic comes from proper search engine optimization. If you use SEO well in your marketing, you will see a significant change in the amount of people that come to your site in comparison to times when you don’t use...

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Meta Tags, Yes They Are Important

Written by Nick Stamoulis

If you are reading this blog it’s likely that you already know what meta tags are. But for those that don’t, it is the HTML code that contains information that describes your webpage. Even though the meta tags don’t affect the actual content on your page, they are still an important part of bu...

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Patience Is A Necessity When It Comes To SEO!

Written by Nick Stamoulis

Once you have decided to implement a search engine optimization campaign, it’s important to understand that the desired outcome may not come for months, sometimes many months. Even if you have done everything correctly you aren’t going to get instant results. You need to understand that it takes...

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Getting Through the Hard Times of SEO

Written by Nick Stamoulis

Let’s face it: search engine optimization is the biggest pain of owning an online business. It would be great if you could just put your site on the web and have people come to it. As we all know though, that’s far from what happens. Instead, you go through trial after trial, trying to find the ...

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Don’t Rush Your Search Engine Optimization

Written by Nick Stamoulis

It is important to understand that search engine optimization needs to viewed like a planted seed. You plant, you water and things grow…slowly. That doesn’t mean that certain things can’t or won’t occur quicker, but over all you have to be willing to be patient when you start marketing your ...

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