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One of the keys to having an efficient online reputation management strategy is having a set of company keywords to use both in your search engine optimization across your different web properties and also as part of your monitoring strategy. Every small business should have a list of about 10-20 keywords with phrases that related to their business that they can use as an easy reference to copy and paste without wasting any time. Here are some tips on how …
Did you know that google checks your domain name “whois” info. It then uses this information to also rank your domain. The number of domains you have registered in your name is looked at. The number of years you have registered the domain name is also looked at. This means if you register your domain name for 10 years it likes this. If you have other domain names it will check them and then your new one to determine your …
Meet Google. The noun that became a verb. The world’s favorite search engine, and the company whose motto is “Don’t be evil…”
Yes its true Google only loves you when everyone else loves you first. When Google starts to pick up activity about you in other places it puts its ears up and follows you. Its starts to think “something is happening with this site lets follow it”. When other sites link back to you and more and more places on the web start talking about you, Google then wants a piece of the action and gives you better rankings. The clever …