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As in fishing the search engine optimization is done before you see any results. Whatever you use to catch your fish you do need to make your gear wet before you will catch a single fish. In SEO you need to write your copy (bait), publish it to the search engines (sink it). If your […]

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Wordtracker: People use different words when they search for your products online. Use these ‘keywords’ in your website copy and people will find your site when they search. Sounds simple this Keyword Analysis, doesn’t it? But in the reality this is it. You need to use the words you want to be found for on […]

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http://www.irishjobsinireland.com/ How important is a domain name for your web site? Hat impact will the presence of the important search phrases within your domain name have on your web traffic? Is it important to have a search phrases in the domain name? All interesting questions. The SEO gurus disagree completely on this, so here are […]

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Some three months ago I wrote the post about the speed of Google – defining a test on how long does Google really take to place a new web site high (first page) for the relevant search phrases. We all know that Google will fairly quickly display a web site high in the search engine […]

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There are two major approaches when optimising a web site for the search engine: 1. Low hanging fruit When a web site is being optimised for a search phrase that almost no other web site is optimised for (at least not intentionally) it is usually fairly easy to get super high ranking super fast. Take […]

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