Tips for Using Static Facebook Markup Language (FBML)

21 05 2010

I have already explained to you what Static FBML is and how to use it, but in this post, I’m going to give you 5 tips to help you make the most out of Static FBML. If you haven’t already read the posts that explain what Static FBML is, and how to use FBML, click either of those links, and they will take you to them.

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The SEO Series – Everything you need to know about Keywords

13 05 2010

Keywords are the foundation from which all of your marketing efforts are built upon. Keyword research tools provide invaluable insight into what words people are searching for on the major search engines. But what these research tools don’t tell you is the intention of each search; however, that information can be deduced with a bit of analysis and keyword organisation. Read the rest of this entry »

The SEO Series – Site Architecture & Internal Linking

4 05 2010

So, our last post in the SEO Series was about creating Search Engine Friendly URLs. In this post, we’ll be covering your Site Architecture and Internal Linking.

If you want to move up in the search engine rankings, you have to be able to get your optimised content to the search engines in the most streamlined way possible. There are, however, some common problems that often stand in the way of this. These problems, while they may not stop the search engines from finding and indexing that content, they can greatly affect the performance of that content, in terms of how well it ranks in search results. Read the rest of this entry »

The SEO Series – Search Engine Friendly URLs

28 04 2010

When you are developing a website, you can save yourself a lot of time, effort and problems by planning ahead before going full throttle into the development process.

One of the first architectural issues you need to address is how your URLs are going to be structured. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Use Static FBML (Facebook)

26 04 2010

My last post was about how you can use Static FBML to enhance your Facebook Fan Page, and use it to stand out against your competition. As promised, this post will be telling you how you can implement Static FBML. Read On!! Read the rest of this entry »

Facebook – One Easy Way To Stand Out From The Crowd

19 04 2010

With so many businesses already on Facebook, it can be hard to get noticed by your target niche. What most of the businesses don’t know, however, is that there is one way you can stand out from everyone else; and that’s what I’m going to tell you today. Read the rest of this entry »

2 Reasons Why You Need To Use SEO Within Your Tweets

16 04 2010

SEO is everywhere now; to get good, targeted traffic, you must have implemented at least some SEO. Twitter tweets are now getting spidered, and they show up in Google’s search results. Google has reached an agreement with Twitter to show tweets in their search results. The individual tweets can now be viewed as a unique listing in Google search engine which can affect your Alexa rankings by sending visitors to your website.

Previously, I’ve told you how to implement SEO onto your Twitter profile In this post, I’m going to give you a couple of reasons why you should implement SEO into your tweets.

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