10 Strategies to get you to the top of Google’s Organic Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for FREE!

What is Google’s Organic Search? Organic search on Google is the nonpaid advertisement (free advertising) section of Google’s search engine.   The higher you are ranked on the organic search the more likely folks will click the link to your website.  Again, did I mention it is FREE advertising!  Now that is what I am talking about. Why focus on Google?  Google’s Market Share as of February 2013 is 67%.  To give you an example, a computer repair guy from Baltimore, MD, has been out the computer repair business for over 2 years.  He stills get hits on his website and sends his friends the referrals.  When reviewing his analytics page in a years’ time...

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FREE ICONS – More than 100,000

Free Icons to spruce up your website or advertising campaign!   Compliments of www.iconfinder.com.  The icons are free for commercial use and for your advertising needs.  Make sure you read the full disclosures before downloading.  You can download each icon for the most part as PNG, ICO or ICNS files.  The icons themselves comes in a variety of different sizes.  The icons can be used to make your websites or projects user friendly.  Best of all, you can use them in your next marketing adventure.  Click Here to see how I use the icons in to make it easier for my clients to search for products in my online store.  To get your free icons Click...

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What is SEO?

SEO in a nutshell stands for Search Engine Optimization. Ok, but what it is? Google, Yahoo, And Bing all use their search engines to determine where websites should be shown and how they should be ranked based on content, quality, and relevance to users. Search Engine Optimization is a business strategy on making sure your website has the quality content and other necessary ingredients to get your website to the top of the first page of any search engine. Think about it the next time you use Google. Where do you look? How often do you go to the next page? Most likely, you will say that you look at the top of the...

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