Take your SEO to a new level.

June 22nd, 2010 | No Comments | Posted in Resources, SEO, Tools

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Tired of walking the hard path with your internet marketing?

Do you want better results, higher rankings, more earnings while spending less time trying to get there?  We are happy to share with you valuable information that could completely change how you do your internet marking.  Interested? Keep reading, you won’t regret it!

What we’d like to share with you, is our review of what one of the best (definitely the best out of what we have tried) SEO keyword analysis tools out there, – Market Samurai.

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Thousands of Backlinks from Templates

March 3rd, 2009 | 4 Comments | Posted in CSS

One of the most cost effective ways to market your website is link building through free template downloads. Many computer users want a website but don’t have the technical know-how to build a site from scratch. These thousands of users turn to the popular world of free templates. Continue reading “Thousands of Backlinks from Templates” »

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10 Ways to Save Time While Building a Website: Improved

February 28th, 2009 | 7 Comments | Posted in Web Design

While you should never rush to complete a website, money is time. The more web work you can do, the greater your income will be and/or you’ll have extra free time to do as you wish with. I’ve compiled a list of 10 tools and resources that can help you reduce the amount of time you spend developing considerably. Continue reading “10 Ways to Save Time While Building a Website: Improved” »

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Creating Usable, Search Engine Friendly URLs

August 10th, 2008 | 1 Comment | Posted in SEO

There are many reasons to use mod_rewrite to create informative, useful URLs for your website. Most dynamic websites use some form of PHP or ASP to pull the data from the database and often times use that data in the URL as a string. This is not only a potential security flaw, it also gives the user and search engine alike a very uninformative destination for your website.

Rather than have your page selling a baseball bat as http://www.mywebsite.com/product.php?id=32 that would take you to sales page for the bat, it makes much more sense to have that URL be http://www.mywebsite.com/bats/louisville-slugger-cobra.html. While both of these URLs might take you to the same page, the user will know exactly what the page has on it when going through his history or if he emails it to himself or writes it down. Continue reading “Creating Usable, Search Engine Friendly URLs” »

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