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BigT-Music.com had plenty of inbound links, but no onpage SEO. It needed to rank for the following phrases:
Dallas Jazz Bands, Dallas Party Bands ...
So just how effective is onpage SEO - actually adding the phrases to the pages, in this case just adding the phrases to the index page. Title, meta description, h1, and paragraphs on the...
Google supplemental results are no more. Google announced on its Webmaster Central Blog 20/12/07- The ultimate fate of supplemental results, that they are now searching the whole index for each query. There used to be a separate "supplemental index" and a tag on results that a particular page was in the supplemental index. Initially...
An algo change has occurred with the SEO of Subdomains v Domains. Matt Cutts posted 10 December 2007 that subdomains were less likely to show up for a search where they were competing for the same search phrase as its main domain.
For several years Google has used something called “host crowding,” which means that Google will show...
Another client, another type of site to SEO. Flash websites are interesting in that they often only have one url for the search engines. Flash SEO is a challenge with some interesting solutions.
SEO for Flash
How about getting all your flash text from an xml file or database. Makes it rather easy for people to update.
Set entry points into...
A client has approached you to SEO their website. The question - How best to SEO a clients existing website. You know the theory, but with the 1000 pages on their website, how do you go about making the changes required?
This article has two audiences
People that I have trained and are learning themselves
People that are SEOing others...