Buzz: Website Grader – Grade your website and evaluate your SEO!

Website Grader blends over 50 different variables, including search engine data, website structure, approximate traffic, site performance, and others, to evaluate the quality of a website, provide comparable data for other sites, and tips on how to improve yours. I was intrigued so I decided to run a number of websites through the grading and came up with… Read More »

Buzz: Website Grader – Another way to grade your website and evaluate your SEO

Website Grader blends over 50 different variables, including search engine data, website structure, approximate traffic, site performance, and others, to evaluate the quality of a website, provide comparable data for other sites, and tips on how to improve yours. I was intrigued so I decided to run a number of websites through the grading and came up with… Read More »

Supplemental Savior: SEO-WordPress plugin rescues you from Hell!

I was contacted by Elizabeth from http://www.elizabethadamsdirect.com who told me about this great plugin called SEO_Wordpress which you can download from http://www.utheguru.com/seo_wordpress-wordpress-seo-plugin which should help a great deal with the problems I was discussing in the SOS series here. There sure to be a lot of other good stuff, but this is the best news I’ve had in… Read More »

SEO: Where does your traffic come from?

I just did an analysis of my traffic over the past 30 days to see where it was coming from. Interesting reading. I discovered that nearly 88% of my traffic occurs from just these six types of sources. Let me explain what these types are. 1. Forum traffic provides about 13% of my total traffic. Forums are communities… Read More »

Improve Your SEO: A quick action program

This blog is becoming popular somehow. Up until now, this has been more or less a random aspect. Somehow this blog has shot up to nearly 1,000,000 on Alexa. But I’m becoming aware of a number of major shortcomings on this blog’s drive for boosting its ratings. 1. Autometa: Meta-tags for Technorati are important, I’m learning that I… Read More »

Local Businesses: We need SEO help, too!

Our language school has been increasing our local promotions with newsletters, Halloween Parades, website development. We’ve been trying to target local visitors, both online and offline, and encourage them to come in and check out our children’s language courses. To encourage online visitors, we need search engine submission by servicewrap.net. Most local businesses, like taxi companies, hair stylists,… Read More »

SEO Advice: Avoiding the bad guys!

The eager neophyte website designer/marketer is often prey to the many scams and other tricks that are abundant on the Internet. And there are so many gurus promising instant success, if you buy their book, download their software, purchase their website promotion software, or use their engine submit software. But Apogee Search has a great article that can… Read More »

Credit Saint or Credit Sinner? Review of Credit Services Site

I’ve been asked to review another Credit Services website, this one is called Credit Saint (CreditSaint.com) and aims to provide a range of credit history repair services, using these words “It means we have the power to offer more service for less money. Combining credit restoration and correction with debt settlement and our latest offerings “mortgage rewards, and… Read More »