We discuss some of the fallout that has occurred over the past week with the changes Google has made that will affect analytics of all types. We also cover a new search engine that’s just coming out and introduce you to a tool for requesting backlinks from sites around the web.
In this episode of the SEO 101 podcast, we take some questions from the listeners in the SEO 101 chatroom and from the forums and answer them live. We answer one on ranking an XML file, one about Bing.com, and a few other beginner type questions from the forums… [chuck-norris]
We talk to Michael Streko about his new service to run a username check on multiple social media sites called Knowem. He also tells us how to sign up for announcements of some upcoming features that are sure to be blockbusters based on the sneak peek we got tonight.
We discuss why it really doesn’t matter which platform you’re hosted on, but we do give a suggestion as to one you should most certainly take a look at when considering starting an ecommerce site.
In this episode, we talk to Ian Westerman from Essential Tennis about what he can do to increase the search engine traffic to his website. He’s been busy building a great site for his users, so now it’s time to start attracting more users. Listen in as we start giving him the information to begin getting search traffic to [...]
Starting out with a site, you need to know what to rank for. In this episode, we discuss some keyword research tools, both free and paid, and talk a little on how to select a good keyword out of the list that gets generated.
We are joined by the one and only Dave Snyder to talk about the upcoming IM Spring Break conference – what to expect, who should attend, and what the costs are. This is one incredible value, so don’t miss out on the spring break event of the year for our industry!
Listen to our first call-in show, complete with lots of technical glitches. We’ll get those ironed out, and that should help you iron out the problems you’re having with your website’s optimization as well. Listen in (around the issues) and then ask us questions.