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  • Important Info – The Reason Your Site Should Be Mobile Responsive

    Having a responsive website tops the list of most important factors necessary to having a successful online business; there is no question about this whatsoever. As of March 2014, from 30% to 70% can be attributed to be mobile users visiting a website and statistics prove, that when a mobile user visits your website and you […]

  • SEO For Graph Search

    3 Graph Search SEO Tips For Websites

    In this article you’ll find tips on Graph Search SEO for websites, that will help your Facebook business listings in their Graph Search results. When it comes to businesses on Facebook, the future is, in my professional opinion, Graph Search SEO. I’m labelling this as Graph Search SEO because the strategy will involve a way of […]

  • Start Your Graph Search SEO Today

    Be Preemptive, Start Your Graph Search SEO Now

    After all the hype today related to Facebook’s new Graph Search combined with tons of speculation by the SEO community as to how SEO for Graph Search will work in conjunction with the Open Graph, I feel it’s important that I give you a preemptive guide that will show you how to get your website […]

  • The Facebook Graph Search Is Directly Competing with Google

    Google will never go out of business, we all know that. Sure there’s the freak happening where they could lose all they’ve got in one swoop but no one sees that happening, not any time soon. But then there’s the search market share. Search market share is the number of people doing searches, and search […]

  • SEO For Graph Search

    SEO For Facebook’s Graph Search

    Facebook’s Graph Search is here and the SEO playing field will be changing quite dramatically over the next year. Before today, the majority of searches done by Internet users was done on a search engine like Google and BING. Sure, within Facebook we could search people, a few places and even search the web through […]

  • Why Get SEO?

    Why SEO? Here’s Why SEO Is Neccessary

    There are a lot of business owners that ask what is SEO, but there’s another question; why SEO? The reasons why you should apply SEO to your websites are myriad, so I’ve decided to list them for you below. So Why SEO? Here’s a few reasons why you should consider putting together an SEO campaign. […]

  • Choose a Wordpress page template

    Creating a WordPress template page

    If you need help creating a customized WordPress template page for your theme, this article will give you the help you’re looking for. Using WordPress is easy but when it comes to creating a customized theme template page, regular users usually get stuck and need to find a WordPress coder. Recently one of my Toronto […]

  • What is SEO Search Engine Optimization

    What is SEO? Good Question

    An interesting fact is that the majority of people do not know what SEO is. It’s a phrase used by those in the web industry, more specifically related to web design and online marketing. SEO is an acronym for the phrase search engine optimization. But it’s name is misleading. I’ve been providing SEO in Toronto […]

  • The SEO Benefits Of Creating an XML Video Sitemap File

    Creating an XML video sitemap is a great idea if you have videos on your website. The videos don’t have to be hosted on your website either. You can also gain the benefits of an XML video sitemap if you embed videos on your website as well – and it’s easy. So what are the […]

  • Validate Ordered Or Unordered List With Type = i

    If you’ve found that your list won’t validate to W3C standards if you’ve added type=”i” as it’s attribute you’re probably using an “Unordered List” (<ul>). Try making your list an Ordered List (<ol>) and try to validate again. It should pass.

  • New Age SEO – Teaching Your Clients To Do Search Marketing

    Semantic search, rich snippets, personalized and local search results and social media indicators are definitely what we can expect to see in the future of the search results, with semantic search results and social media playing the biggest part of the game. From my perspective it doesn’t look like SEO is dead but it definitely […]

  • Will Google Be Unveiling Semantic Search Over The Next Few Months?

    I have very strong reasons to believe Google will be. From the news we heard this and last week, it looks like conventional SEO may be headed out the door and the semantic web is about to be launched. For over 4 to 5 years, Google and other popular search engines have been talking about […]

  • Stop Over Optimizing Your Websites, Or Else

    Well to a lot of ethical SEOs, the announcement by Matt Cutts that Google will be implementing an over-optimization penalty to websites that are trying to rig the system, is indeed good news. Google’s head of the webspam team, Matt Cutts, made this announcement in a panel session at SXSW named Dear Google & Bing: Help […]

  • The Semantic Web, Coming To A Google Search Near You

    Most SEOs have heard of the semantic web but a lot aren’t too sure what it is or how it affects searches, search results and the bottom line. Well read on because according to The Wall Street Journal over the next few months Google will be displaying answers to searches that are questions like “height […]

  • Google Spills Some Beans On How The Search Results Are Generated

    Are you an SEO in Burlington or the GTA and have ever wondered how the search results are generated? Watch this video which is a snippet of one of the weekly meetings Google’s search quality team. In this video they discuss possible new features and algorithmic improvements that can or should be added to their […]

  • Internet Marketing Strategies Related To The Placement Of Important Page Elements

    I know discussing the subject of eye-tracking user movements in relation to Internet marketing or SEO is like beating a dead horse but I feel the subject has to be brought up again. I can’t say that everywhere I look there are marketing companies claiming to be Internet marketing experts who are taking their clients […]

  • Some Tidbits To Help Market Your Physical Therapy Practice

    I can’t give you everything, but I can give you some physical therapy marketing secrets – especially if you ask me. For years I’ve been helping different businesses throughout Canada and the U.S.A. get their websites ranked in the search engines, and their content found on the vast array of social media sites like Twitter […]

  • Finding Local Twitters Members To Follow

    Finding Local Twitter Followers To Follow

    We all know the benefit of Twitter by now, especially if it’s used right. When it comes to Internet marketing and social media working, if you have something decent to offer, there’s no shame in finding and following people in your area and letting them hear the news of your product or service – although […]

  • 3 Important News Updates In The SEO World

    Well, there’s been a few heavy updates in the SEO world this past week. Let’s get to the goods shall we? Google Can Read Ajax and JavaScript Well, I know this means little to the day-to-day business owner but if you talk to your Internet marketer or technical SEO you’ll realize this is a big […]

  • Business Directory Submissions

    The Right Way To Perform Business Directory Submissions

    Let us assume right off the top of this article that business directory submissions are actually an effective SEO strategy for building back-links. I mean, they really are but the task is a menial one that almost doesn’t need to be done even though the results of doing so can be quite surprising. Right Way […]

  • Regional SEO No Problem With Duplicate Content

    A lot on the web related to SEO is pure speculation. The Internet Marketing industry has it’s gurus and there are a lot of people that claim to be able to do the work of an SEO and do so successfully. But that’s not the point today. Today we’re just going to speculate and ask […]

  • Google’s New Like Button – The +1 Button

    Well it’s finally here! Google’s created a button similar to Facebook’s Like button call the +1 button. But how does it work? It’s simple. As most of us who use Gmail know, we’re a part of a larger social group of friends who have Google accounts as well. Well, if friends in your Social Circle […]

  • Get Your Webmaster To Check For 404s

    It doesn’t always happen, but it does sometimes – right after we decide to check the status of our websites in Google’s Webmaster tools, we find crawl errors and more specifically the dreaded 404 Page Not Found errors, and we don’t like it. Search Engines Don’t Like 404 Errors Either If you don’t know why […]

  • WordPress: Allowing Contributor Or Author To Upload Pictures

    I just finished writing a post that will give you simple instructions for your WordPress blog on how to hide the media tab from the uploads dialog box on the post page for contributors – good – but we still want our WordPress contributors to be able to upload media such as images correct? Correct! […]

  • WordPress: Remove Media Tab From Authors

    Sometime we don’t want to give our WordPress blog contributors access to the media tab because that gives them the ability to manipuate other user’s images and so forth. Well here’s a little fix that helps you block contributors from using the media tab without having to install extra WordPress plugins. Copy the code below […]

  • Your Google Profile Page Is Revamped

    If you’re an SEO, web developer or business owner of any kind and have decided to take advantage of Google Buzz and Google profiles in the past you’ll be delighted to know that Google revamped their Google Profile pages – and almost a lot like Facebook. Read below. For those unaware, as it stands Facebook […]

  • How Citations May Be Used From Google Book Search

    Citations may be mentions of a business’s name and address in text on webpages or in social media status updates. (I’ve theorized that citation analysis may go even further, including mentions of the address by itself as well as mentions of the business’s phone number and business name could also be counted as citations, too, […]