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Google’s Matt Cutts Warns Against Buying Links (Way Back in 2007) With Google’s Penguin update, the search engine makes good on Matt Cutts’ 2007 statement that sites that purchase links may be penalized more in the future.
If you own a website, when is the right time to redesign? Most marketing experts agree that companies should redesign, on average, every one to three years, but there are other signals that it may be time for an upgrade. Check out this infographic for some solid information about how a site redesign could help you get more traffic and, ultimately, more revenue:
My wife has caught the entreprenuerial bug and has decided to open up her own fashion/retail store. She then posed me the question “what do I need to do for marketing, should I consider promotional products and corporate gifts?” It was an interesting point she raised, in a wider sense she is referring to branding and its importance within marketing. Is it worth the cost of logos, bags, keywings, pens, promotional umbrellas, hats, stationary and the like.
One of my favorite bloggers, Daniel Scocco from dailyblogtips.com sent me an email with the above subject line. Unfortunately the link Daniel provided was to his new website which is targeted toward new webmasters setting up a website and to be frank, lacks substance. This lackadaisical approach towards a mailing list raises some interesting point for me, Daniel, George W Bush, the Inuits, and anyone else who currently has a mailing list.
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So it seems the internet has judged me and emphatically judged me as someone not worth listening too. Of course I am referring to my distinct lack of RSS subscribers to this blog. Before you say anything, I am well aware that its not my fault that there is a lack of subscribers, it must be a simple tip, or piece of code that I am not implementing properly. So knowing this I have launched this series in a quest to find out the issue that is handicapping my exponential growth in subscribers and popularity.
Did you here the internet is a big place? In fact it is a really, really big place, way bigger than Texas. My friend Kevin is going to go through every single page to make sure there is no naughty stuff for kids to see. He estimates it will take a few weeks but according to Bing, reading every page on the internet is estimated to take 6 million years with over one trillion web pages in existence. So while Kevin prays for some serious advances in medical technologies and the fact that the internet will not have a single change for the next 6 million years, I can’t help but think how easy it would be for internet users to not see my website (despite how awesome it obviously is).