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Write for the Love of (fill in the blank)

March 26, 2008 John 1

Write about your interests if you want to write well. The internet isn’t a good get rich quick plan, but if you work for subjects you care about, you might not realize its work at all.

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Paid Links Being Pushed Back

March 24, 2008 John 3

Websites are losing traffic and page rank for paid links. Will you stick to the old guaranteed income and risk rankings, or compete for the traffic?

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Back to Link Building

March 23, 2008 John 0

Need Traffic? Then you’re going to need new content and new links. How else will the search engines know your website is still alive?

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New in Google – Top to Gone in 3 days

February 21, 2008 John 0

New content may get a huge boost in the search engines, but this crush never lasts long before the reality of establishing backlink authority comes into play and newer articles virtually fall off the map.

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On-Page Seo – and SEO Planning

February 15, 2008 John 0

The first step to getting keyword specific traffic is … well, to figure out what they keyword is going to be and write something interesting about it. (Pictures and videos are great too, but some written content will have to be considered in any good on-site optimization strategy for SEO)

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SEO in Young Websites

February 15, 2008 John 2

My original SEO plan for WebsiteBuilding.biz – How I brought in traffic as a virtually brand-new website.

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Google’s Internet: When Google sneezes, it creates a storm

February 9, 2008 John 0

Even small algorithm changes at Google can make a big difference in how surfers as a whole experience the internet. Don’t get too caught up in the latest trends, make sure you’re building a website presence and marketing plan that will survive the storms that are certain to come.

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Google loves content

February 7, 2008 John 0

Whats the ultimate secret to SEO? Well, as much as backlinks, anchor text, and on-page optimization may help – nothing beats quality content. Quality content builds its own links, and there’s nothing Google loves more than to get its hands on something new to figure out where it belongs.

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Watching Links Grow

February 7, 2008 John 0

Backlinks – quality does matter a lot more than quantity. How I learned to stop worrying about the exact link number and came to focus on finding the right links. Now that I only seek out good links, I can go back to worrying about the total number.

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Traffic Up – Traffic Down

January 27, 2008 John 0

Hey, sometimes traffic is good. Sometimes its not. When things slow down, you should definitely be on the lookout for anything that’s recently changed, but its not the time to start panicking either.

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Don’t Let Spammers Take Your Page Rep

January 27, 2008 John 0

Yeah, I’m talking to you bots that drop about five dozen links in a post that only says “Thanks! Good job!” Spam isn’t just annoying, it could get you in trouble with search engines and your SEO plans.

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Tracking the Internet Conversation

January 17, 2008 John 2

Using trackbacks to keep track of conversations that you’ve started or entered. How the Link command in search engines can be used to make sure you don’t miss out on a discussion that you’ve already been a part of. Hey, I’ll take all the ways I can to keep track of this stuff!

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PR 2 in 4 Months? I guess so

January 17, 2008 John 0

More than I expected, and my first hint that my link building efforts were on the right track. Its usually a good sign when your second website grows in pagerank quicker than the first. Nowadays I think PR2 in four months is a dreadfully long time to wait.

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Slow & Steady Wins the Race

January 2, 2008 John 0

Remember the tortoise and the hare? Well, the internet marketing and SEO game isn’t a sprint, its a marathon. Slow and steady is the sign of organic growth that the search engines are going to want to see to know that your site is legit. Don’t burn up or fade away, stick to the path and push at the rate you can sustain!

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Start Small: Think Big

December 29, 2007 John 0

A great advantage of building sites online is that it doesn’t take a whole lot of money or experience to get your foot in the online door. Hosting is the only thing you really have to pay for, and even that can be had at no cost with free hosting services if you’re willing to give up a little future potential to avoid costs now.

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Don’t Program? Use CMS

December 29, 2007 John 1

Building websites isn’t restricted to hard-core college-trained computer programmers. These geniuses went one step better than building websites: They’ve built software that the rest of us can use to quickly and easily build websites of our own. For giving us would-be webmasters CMS, I say “Thank you!”

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website building biz

December 20, 2007 John 0

Hosting and domain registration – it is like real estate ownership & development, without the nasty bubble and credit restrictions. Why? Because each little project doesn’t have to be a half-million dollar McMansion or the next .com superstar to be successful.