YouTube is the king of the video sharing sites, it has more users and videos than the others. Any video you can think of it probably already on YouTube.
- Google Video
Since Google bought YouTube, Google’s Video player is mainly used for for-pay content like TV shows. Also there is a search here that indexes all of the video sharing sites on the internet (well, most of them).
Blip.tv is the perfect video sharing site for video podcast makers. It’s designed to let them easily upload all types and qualities of media and then send them to their feed for the users. They also let you add ads to you video so you can make some money.
A great site where you can upload audio, video, images, and text and share them with the world. The OurMedia community contains over 100,000 members.
Watch long form, television quality content and publish your own videos.
Video sharing platform with multiple video search options. You can join groups of people who publish videos based on a common interest.
A site that helps you discover the best videos through a community that filters, reviews and rates new videos every day.
Video uploading and sharing community by AOL. Embed all the videos you want in your blog.
video sharing community that allows you to upload video clips, make friends, keep a collection of your favorite videos and comment on clips.
Video sharing site with a particular vision: collecting videos that can visually explain anything in 5 minutes.
Search, click and watch. Music videos, news, travel, recipes, adventure. Thousands of channels, including the best in online video.
Viddler lets add tags and comments to video that will show up at specific times. It also has unique features like flickr and twitter integration.
The first video sharing site that provides users with the possibility to earn money from the videos they upload.
Vimeo is a video sharing site that has an emphasis on it’s users. The video’s you find there are more likely to be home movies or shorts by aspiring film makers, and also a lot of lip dubs.
- Yahoo Video
Yahoo’s version of online video. Similar to Google video, but done the Yahoo way.
Share your knowledge and skills with others for free or little charge via video clips.
A video sharing site specifically for sharing sports related videos.
A video sharing site that allows users to post video content specific to travel.
Video sharing site that lets you create personal channels. Upload your own videos and share them with the world.
A video sharing network where you can upload your own videos and view videos by others.
It’s a Christian version of YouTube. All things Christian welcomed.
An interactive twist to video, this site allows you to view video and add interactive elements to it by using your mouse.
Video sharing site focusing on funny videos.
Another video sharing website; All content is screened, so be sure everything you upload is legit.
Video sharing site with a big selection of content; enables you to create playlists and easily upload videos to MySpace.
Break is a video site and more for comedic based content.
a Digg-like site which lets you submit, vote, and comment on videos.
GeeVee is a video sharing site specifically for sharing videos of game play in video games.
A video site that uses the Divx player so you can upload High Definition video, of course this also means longer upload times, and you need DivX support (usually a browser plugin).
- Tube Battle
vote for the best videos, organized by category.
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Thursday, December 13, 2007
1. Beginner's Guide to SEO:
2. Search Engine Ranking Factors:
3. Page Strength Tool:
4. Social Media Marketing:
5. Best Practices for URLs:
6. Google Algorithm Analysis:
7. Increase Blog Traffic:
8. SEO/SEM Glossary:
9. Search Engine Algorithm Comparison:
10. Link Popularity:
11. Yahoo Site Explorer:
12. Google Webmaster Guidelines: http://www.google.com/intl/en/webmasters/guidelines.html
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
Thursday, November 01, 2007
WebProNews takes a look at what you need to do to begin optimizing your Web site for the search engines. We talked to several experts in the SEO market including Rand Fishkin of seomoz.org, Brian Mark of toolbarn.com, David Brown of Top SEO Consultants, and Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting. All the experts give tips on what to do and what not to do in SEO. Find out what they have to say, only on WebProNews.
Thursday, October 25, 2007
Moving along in the social networking craze, LifeAt.com and MeetTheNeighbors.org offer a way to get to know your real neighbors in your apartment building or your neighborhood. WebProNews’ spoke with Chief Operating Officer for LifeAt, Matthew Goldstein and Creator of MeetTheNeighbors, Jared Nissim about the two companies. For more information on the two social networking sites, keep watching WebProNews.
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Founder and President of Netconcepts, Stephan Spencer gave WebProNews an insight into Wikipedia before his session at SMX Social Media 2007 in
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Seoquake is a Mozilla Firefox extension aimed primarily at helping web masters who deal with search engine optimization and internet promotion of web sites. Seoquake allows to obtain and investigate many important SEO parameters of the internet...
The add-on is used as an extension for the site http://www.seohand.com. It activates when the working area of the site in the location bar. The area gives to user opportunity to identify Google ranking for his sites. This operation does this add-on.
This sidebar displays page meta-information (metatags, links, etc.) Has automated search engine submission menu. Features include: Watches currently loaded Web page and automatically updates the sidebar. Displays metatags, links, language, base...
Provides some basic tools to help with search engine optimization. Including google backlinks, yahoo backlinks, PageRank check, http header viewer, and more. All features are available by right-clicking on an open area of a web page, or by using...
LinkedIn Companion for Firefox 3.0.1
LinkedIn is an online network of more than 10.5 million experienced professionals. LinkedIn helps you be more effective in your daily work and opens doors to opportunities by helping you develop and manage your network of business...
Monday, October 01, 2007
As Seen On The Associated Press...
NEW YORK (AP) — IAC/InterActiveCorp, the Internet company controlled by media mogul Barry Diller, plans to relaunch its iWon.com Web site Monday with new games, more prizes and plans to add social networking functions.
The site also now incorporates a search toolbar that links iWon users to the company's Ask.com search engine. Diller has made growing Ask a priority and pledged to use the search engine as "the glue" to bring together IAC's myriad Internet businesses, which include LendingTree, Citysearch, Evite, Zwinktopia and others.
IWon's relaunch brings a relic of the dot-com era into the era of social networking, as the popularity of MySpace and Facebook have changed the way people use the Internet.
The site will eventually offer social networking features such as the ability to build personal profiles, chat and use Facebook widgets, iWon Vice President Tim Allen said.
After its 1999 launch, iWon was bought by AskJeeves, then based in Emeryville, Calif., which was taken up by IAC. It has since developed into a portal, trying to draw visitors with a wide-ranging set of features outside of online games, such as news, TV and movie listings and sports scores.
The new site design will focus primarily on casual games, a growing area that Allen says is now the third most popular reason people go online. The site will still offer its $1 million annual sweepstakes and will start to give away $10,000 a day during the week and $1,000 a day on weekends.
He said too few users were winning prizes on the old site, so the new version is designed to give away millions of dollars each year to thousands of users.
"It's like being in Vegas, only without the risk," he said.
Beginning Monday, visitors can play games such as mah jong, blackjack, poker and solitaire as well as instant win games such as Spin2Win. The new site has more than 70 games, up from 10, and there are plans for a total of more than 150 games by the end of the year. iWon estimates there are now 217 million people who play casual games online.
Since its 1999 launch, iWon has given away more than $70 million in cash and prizes, with its biggest draw the $1 million yearly sweepstakes.
IAC also recently relaunched its Pronto.com shopping Web site with an eye toward capitalizing on social networking. Its new tagline is "shopping gone social."
Sunday, September 30, 2007
1. Website Colors
Dark colors are generally a bad idea to use on a website as they appear gloomy. Try using light colors with a few strong colors to support it.
2. Load Speed
Keep your pages load time as fast as possible - people don't want to wait a whole minute just to load each page.
3. Site Navigation
Navigation. Keep your navigation accessible to your user where they can instantly have access to your site's content.
4. Consistency Throughout
Keep your layout and presentation consistent through your whole website. Always keep your navigation links at the same place otherwise it may confuse your visitors.
5. Website Width
Keep your website's layout at a fixed width of 780 pixels or use percentages for your site spanning. Everyone has different resolutions and people don't like having to scroll in all directions to view your website.
6. No Flash
Flash animations are nice, but make it difficult for people who don't have flash support and is harder for SE Spiders to crawl your site.
Hope these help!
Sunday, September 23, 2007
This year's conference is jam packed with leading-edge sessions and one-of-a-kind presentations. Whether you are a newbie or an anchored old school - there is something big to be learned at PubCon.
WebmasterWorld's Search & Internet Marketing Conference (PubCon) will be held Dec 4-7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Search engine marketers, optimizers, marketing executives, webmasters, affiliate managers, program and channel managers, purchasing agents and affiliates will be in attendance.
Register online early and save. Early signup periods may vary, so please check the registration page for the latest updates.
WebmasterWorld's PubCon History
It's that old the whole is greater than the sum of its parts thing all over again. PubConferences work because of one desire: to meet the folks you've read and heard about in forums and online news stories. The roots of PubConference stretch back into the late 80's when we held user group meetings around the then-called Power Elite BBS. Over the years, we have transformed and modernized the event to service the needs of the community and reflect worldwide changes.
- PubCon Vegas Workshops:
- View Exhibitors & Sponsors 2007:
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- PubCon Blog:
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
As Seen On PrNewswire.com and CNNMoney.com --
comScore Media Metrix today released its monthly analysis of U.S. consumer activity at top online properties for August 2007. Education-related sites had a strong presence in this month's rankings as schools and universities across the country began another academic year. August also saw traffic increases to lotto/sweepstakes sites as lottery jackpots reached near record highs. Humor sites gained on the strength of Comedy Central's spike in traffic, and sports/outdoor retail sites grew in anticipation of the fall sports season. Read more...
Read the FULL release and SEE the Full List of Top 50 Rankings at: http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/prnewswire/AQTU16518092007-1.htm
Saturday, September 15, 2007
The service includes features common to Facebook, MySpace, and My Yahoo. You can load a set of modules onto your profile page and move them around drag-and-drop style. The modules include Flickr RSS, Ego Boost, Common Friends, MyMoshLog2, Blog Module (RSS 2.0), Asteroids, Astrology, PimpMyPet, Hover, Kaleidescope, Guestbook, and My Stuff.
The modules gallery also states that “in the coming months we’re going to open up our module development platform to 3rd party developers,” which suggests that Mash will be following in Facebook’s footsteps at least to some extent (it will be interesting to see whether there will be canvas-like pages, too).
Friday, September 14, 2007
Comscore released a July 2007 study involving video usage on the web. Google video sites came in at number one, while YouTube hosted 37% of Internet users. WebProNews took this information to the streets to find out what drives people to watch videos. For the results of the study and more details of the story, keep watching WebProNews.
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
WebProNews talked with Eric Dytzel from NoviceSEO.com about a blog posting called “How I Went from 600 to 14 on Google in 100 Days.” He discusses the tips he found while researching SEO. We also talked with Aaron Wall from SEOBook.com and John Chow from JohnChow.com about tips to try when looking to gain page rankings. For more details, keep watching WebProNews.
Monday, September 10, 2007
1.) All-in-One List of Search Engines Pandia Powersearch is our all-in-one list of search engines and directories. Search the Web using the search form above, or select one of the categories below to find the best Internet search tools. http://www.pandia.com/powersearch/index.html
2.) Word of Mouth Marketing Association - WOMMA - News & Blogs Overview. Word of Mouth Marketing Association is the official organization for the viral, blog, buzz, evangelism, influential, consumer-generated-media and word of mouth marketing industry. Events, newsletters, blogs and knowledge about word of mouth and word-of-mouth marketing. http://www.womma.org/news-blogs/
3.) NetLingo The Internet Dictionary: Online Dictionary of Internet Terms, Acronyms, Text Messaging - NetLingo is a Google Top 1000 Website http://www.netlingo.com/
4.) Search Engine Land: 100% Organic Archives - 100% Organic covers SEO and issues related to being listed in the free, natural or "organic" listings in search engines. Columnists write about optimization techniques, duplicate content and potential spam issues, how to submit to search engines and more. http://searchengineland.com/lands/100-organic.php
5.) EMarketing Talk Show Free Internet Marketing Podcasts Covering SEO, PPC and Other Search Marketing Topics! Free Internet Marketing Podcasts and Training Covering SEO, PPC and Other Search Marketing Topics with interviews from Internet marketing experts on how to position your website in the search engines and marketing it online. http://www.emarketingtalkshow.com
Thursday, September 06, 2007
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Overture Keyword Selector Tool:
This is a good first step to generate a basic keyword list of phrases containing the actual term you entered. Yahoo! has indicated that the search numbers are old and inaccurate so don’t count on exact numbers. However, it’s a useful tool to determine if a keyword is being searched for at all.
Good Keywords: (Free Download)
This free download for Windows users is similar to the Overture Keyword Selector Tool. It also has a feature that identifies common misspellings of words.
Google AdWords Keyword Tool:
Enter a search term or terms into the ‘Keyword Variations’ section, and you'll be shown other keywords that contain that term or are related to that term (synonyms). You can then sort keywords in terms of search volume popularity on Google. Google does not provide actual number of searches.
You can also use the ‘Site-Related Keywords’ section of the tool to identify the keywords of an existing web page by entering the page URL.
Wordtracker Free Keyword Suggestion Tool:
Wordtracker has a robust fee-based keyword tool that’s popular among the SEO crowd. In addition, this free tool is useful for building a list of synonyms. Enter a search term and you'll be shown 100 potential keywords related to (and including it), ranked by daily popularity. You can also sign up for the free trial of the paid version (recommended) to dig deeper into related keyword terms. This is a great way to identify secondary keyword phrases.
Microsoft AdCenter Labs Keyword Group Detection Tool:
This tool will also build a list of synonyms.
Trellian Free Search Term Suggestion Tool:
This tool provides synonyms as well and is very similar to Wordtracker’s tool above except that it ranks the keywords by annual searches as opposed to daily searches.
Bruce Clay’s SEO Tool Set Traffic Check:
Use this tool to produce an estimate of daily search activity for a specific keyword phrase across the major search engines broken down by Google, Yahoo and MSN. This one will provide actual numbers (but they are still estimates).
SEO Book Keyword Suggestion Tool:
Provides aggregated data from the free Overture, Google and Wordtracker tools listed above.
Saturday, September 01, 2007
Social Media Marketing (SMM) combines the goals of internet marketing with social media sites such as Digg, Flickr, MySpace, YouTube, Facebook and many others. The SMM goals will be different for every business or organization, however most will involve some form of viral marketing to build idea or brand awareness, increase visibility, and possibly sell a product or service.
Most online communities don’t welcome traditional direct or hard sell techniques so an effective SMM campaign will require more finesse to execute properly. SMM campaigns must be targeted to the community you want to reach with a message that appeals to them. Some common ways of achieving this are with authoritative information, entertainment, humor or controversy.
SMM is related to other online marketing such as Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Viral Marketing, Word of Mouth Marketing, and Social Media Optimization. Many believe Social Media Optimization (SMO) takes a passive role in establishing the framework for different social sites to connect themselves. Others feel SMO is taking the principles of SEO and applying them to social websites. SMM takes a more active planned role directing, influencing or suggesting community members create and connect the content.
Friday, August 24, 2007
Attention: Web Designers, Online Marketers, Photographers, Programers, Writers all you Creative People, Take a Break and Celebrate Labor Day in Your City. Find local events, activities and the best outdoor restaurants and bars...
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Los Angeles Labor Day Weekend Planner
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Monday, August 20, 2007
Webcast: Landing Page Optimization: Crank Up Your Search Results!
Sponsored by: Widemile.com
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2007 1:00 PM EDT (10:00 AM PDT)
Speakers: Sapna Satagopan, Associate Analyst, Jupiter Research Gregg Makuch, VP Marketing, Widemile
Learn More at: http://searchmarketingnow.com/
As more and more companies increase spending on search engine marketing, gains in ROI are harder to come by. That's why it's important to track and analyze every aspect of your marketing campaign - especially your site's landing pages.
Savvy marketers know that an effective landing page can be the key to the success of a marketing campaign - and the key to an effective landing page lies in constant testing, targeting, and testing some more.
Customers make up their minds in just seconds when they come to you landing page. How can you capture their attention and convert them to buyers? How can you measure which aspect of the landing page was responsible for the conversion?
In this webcast, you'll learn:
- The basics of multivariate testing
- The latest trends in landing page optimization
- What companies are doing to boost their ROI
...and you'll hear case study about how one company improved its conversion rates through landing page optimization.
Check out this educational Webcast - 1:00 PM EDT, 10:00 AM PST Thursday, September 6, 2007 at: http://searchmarketingnow.com/
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Anyone who's worked in marketing for a week knows there's a difference between the strategies and tactics for business-to-consumer (B2C) and those for business-to-business (B2B) online advertising. Yet in some ways, they're more alike than they are different.
From a 30,000-foot view, the objectives are identical: drive sales. Once you cut below the clouds, of course, the means to drive sales can be very different, primarily because the audiences are so different.
Look at the recent $345 million acquisition of Business.com by R.H. Donnelley. For over 100 years, R.H. Donnelley has been a formidable channel for the B2C marketing channel in both on-and offline markets. Why, then, the big investment in B2B?
It was noted Business.com had a well-oiled performance-based marketing network that the mainstay will be able to leverage quickly. But that's not the big picture.
Read the Full Article at: http://www.clickz.com/3626744
Monday, August 13, 2007
As Seen On: PRNewswire.com and http://money.cnn.com
Citysearch, a leading online local guide and an operating business of IAC (Nasdaq: IACI), today announced its 2007 "Best of Citysearch" Restaurant winners. The complete list of cities with "Best of Citysearch" Restaurant winners can be found at: http://national.citysearch.com/allcities.
The most popular campaign, "Best of Citysearch" restaurants brings in millions of user votes nationwide. Users select their favorite restaurants in popular categories from the best Italian food to hamburgers around town. This year's campaign also introduced a new Best Organic Restaurant poll, along with other newcomers, such as Best Taco Shop. In addition to users selecting their favorites, Citysearch editors also chime in with their top picks in America's top cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles and beyond.
For more information on "Best of Citysearch", please visit:
Friday, August 10, 2007
The term "fantasy sport" has always been a bit of a misnomer. It's never been about pretending to be a football or baseball general manager; the closer parallel is gambling. By choosing an athlete for your team, you're hoping — betting — that he will perform well.
For a celebrity, though, performing "well" is a different ballgame.
On Wednesday, TMZ.com expanded beyond its now ubiquitous entertainment and celebrity reporting and into the fantasy fray with the newly unveiled Web site http://www.StarVsStar.com.
Get the Full Story at Yahoo News:
Friday, August 03, 2007
Innovative search technologies deliver fast and relevant information for millions of people. Ask.com ExpertRank algorithm provides relevant search results by identifying the most authoritative sites on the Web. With Ask search technology, it's not just about who's biggest it's about who's best.
Ask's ExpertRank algorithm goes beyond mere link popularity (which ranks pages based on the sheer volume of links pointing to a particular page) to determine popularity among pages considered to be experts on the topic of your search. This is known as subject-specific popularity. Identifying topics (also known as "clusters"), the experts on those topics, and the popularity of millions of pages amongst those experts -- at the exact moment your search query is conducted -- requires many additional calculations that other search engines do not perform. The result is world-class relevance that often offers a unique editorial flavor compared to other search engines. every day. Visit: www.ask.com
Ask for Kids Great News Resources for Kids (formerly known as Ask Jeeves for Kids) is a fast, easy and kid-friendly way for kids to search online. Designed to be a fun destination site focused on learning and "edu-tainment," Ask for Kids uses natural-language technology that allows kids to ask questions and perform web searches. Visit: www.askforkids.com
A leading online lifestyle guide with the most up-to-date information on businesses, from restaurants and spas, to hotels and retail. Citysearch helps people make informed decisions about where to spend their time and money by delivering trusted content, local expertise, and useful tools -- including 14.5 million business listings, over 600,000 user reviews, and ratings on over 2 million business locations nationwide. Visit: www.citysearch.com
Find businesses, share your opinions and ask questions in your local community. Insider Pages was created to help people find the best local businesses through recommendations from their friends and neighbors. At InsiderPages.com, people share reviews of local businesses and find great services they can trust. Our site now has over 600,000 customer reviews from members across the U.S. and over two and half million people visit our site each month to get the Insider scoop on local businesses. Visit: www.insiderpages.com/
With more than 15 million registered users, Evite.com is the top online destination for invitations. A free service, Evite.com estimates it saves party planners millions of dollars in paper invitations and postage each month. With party-planning tools and content, the site helps hosts be more successful while saving even more money and time.
Like Having Your Own Personal Party Planner - Evite.com works like a personal party planner, without the cost. Evite guides party hosts through every step of the event planning process – from deciding on the party specifica and inviting guests to preparing the party to finalizing the menu and sending eCard thank-you notes after the event. Visit: www.evite.comI suggest you bookmark these 5 Websites you will be glad you did.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Stephan writes about underscores verses dashes when it comes to search engine optimization and creating clean URL's that are search friendly! Spephan got to enjoy Matt Cutts live and in person on Saturday speaking to bloggers and fans at WordCamp 2007.
Read his article...
"Underscores are now word separators, proclaims Google"
You can check out this article at: http://news.com.com
Thanks Stephan for the Information!
Friday, July 20, 2007
With AskEraser, people can ensure that their search history will not be retained by Ask.com. Searchers will have easy access to AskEraser and can change their privacy preference at any time. Once selected, searchers' privacy settings will be clearly indicated on search results pages so they always know the privacy status of their searches.
"AskEraser is a great solution for those looking for an additional level of privacy when they search online," said Jim Lanzone, CEO of Ask.com. "Anonymous user data can be very useful to enhance search products for all users, and we're committed to being open and transparent about how such information is used. But we also understand that there are some who are interested in new tools that will help protect their privacy further, and we will give them that control on Ask.com."
Read the full press release at:
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
I Highly Recommend YOU Take a LOOK and make sure you bookmark them for future needs:
15 Sites for Promoting Your Local Business
entrepreneur.com - Want to get your name out to locals and visitors alike? Take advantage of these online marketing sites and watch your business grow.
Royalty Free Stock Photos for Web Design
smallbusinessbrief.com - Many of the free websites contain collaborative works from multiple photographers and artists. While the websites attempt to monitor the images in their collections in violation of copyright laws, there are no guarantees. If you opt to use photographs or images from a free portal, it is important to keep this in mind. The following are a large number of reputable stock photo websites available.
Weblogs, Podcasting And RSS Newsfeeds In The Marketing Mix
workz.com - Podcasting has become a hot issue fast and RSS Newsfeeds have matured to become a service for personalized news at major portals. Both now are an issue in Online Communications and the Marketing Mix for small and big Online Players.
I personally find All of the above resources to be VERY Helpful!
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Citysearch helps steer you to the right restaurants, bars, nightclubs, hotels and spas in dozens of cities, with editors' picks and user reviews, and a Yellow Pages directory that includes shops and other services. A mobile version lets you access listing info from your cell phone.
Citysearch is a Awesome Website for finding good resources!
Monday, July 09, 2007
A search engine is a system that enables users to search and retrieve information from the web. Usually, search engines use a software program, generally referred to as crawlers, to index web pages. Various search engines use complex algorithms to index and categorize the web pages.
Web directories contain a collection of web pages organized into categories and sub-categories. The main difference between directories and search engine is that search engines use software to automatically index the web pages; whereas in a directory, web sites are organized into categories by people.
Why should you submit in directories?
Directories can broadly be classified into "Free Directories" and "Paid Directories". There are many free directories available on the web, such as DMOZ, Yahoo!, World Wide Index, AbiLogic, Gimpsy, JoeAnt, etc. Usually the free directories take a long time to list a submitted web site. So be patient and constantly check these directories for your site. The paid directories list a submitted site usually within a day! If you go for the paid option, you should consider the following directories: Arielis, BOTW, BlueFind, Microsoft bCentral, and GoGuides.
Friday, July 06, 2007
The eMarketing Talk Show is an Internet Talk Show on Internet marketing topics. It offers audio files with interviewing experts on the various topics related to Internet marketing. A few thousand people listen to it each month.
The eMarketing Talk Show is broadcast live from World Talk Radio studios every Friday at 4pm PST. Past shows are archived and accessible 24/7 from the website. First launched in March 2005, the show has been met with overwhelming success and plans to continue the weekly podcasts indefinitely.
The show covers topics as varied as keywords, copywriting, website architecture, and blogs. From the very basics of building a search engine-friendly site to the finest details on how far you can go without getting banned from the search engines, the eMarketing Talk Show covers all the nuances of the Internet marketing world in weekly installments.
You can learn more at:
Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Looking for the best way to celebrate Independence Day?
Fireworks, festivals, baseball and more: Make plans for Independence Day and the long weekend. Citysearch helps you find the best local fireworks displays, festive Fourth of July events and the top outdoor restaurants and bars your city has to offer.
Check out the Nation's 5 Top Fireworks Displays for July 4th...
1. Taste of
- Chicago, Ill.
2. Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks
Get all the details for these National 4th of July Events at:
5. Sunoco Sweet Sounds of
Saturday, June 30, 2007
1. SEO Answer Book
Now, get your most important search engine optimization questions answered by the same experts who brought you SEO Notebook.
- Why do most people fail at SEO?
- What's the Best strategy?
- How can I get the fastest results?
- How do I assign a dollar value to my SEO needs?
These are just a few of the questions answered in SEO Answer Book. If you've got a Web site and competition, you need this book.
2. Pay Per Click Search Engine Marketing For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))
If you want potential customers to form a traffic jam at your Web site, Pay Per Click just might do the trick. This book will help you decide! It tells you all about Google AdWords and Yahoo! Sponsored Search, targeting your customers, watching out for fraud, assessing the pros and cons of Pay Per Click, and making Pay Per Click work for you.
Discover how to:
- Use the right keywords to trigger your ads
- Figure your breakeven point
- Write ads that reach your customers
- Calculate return on investment
- Use geo targeting
- Track your ad results
3. Search Engine Optimization (CD-ROM)
If you're out of sight on the Web, says Search Engine Optimization specialist Richard John Jenkins, you're out of mind. Braving the wilds of search engine myths and facts, Richard offers essential tips on how to appear at the top of search results in Yahoo!, Google, and other popular search engines. From purchasing placement to optimizing keyword variations, from avoiding "black hat" SEO practices to setting up a search-friendly site, Richard covers it all. He also shares how to best submit your Web pages for indexing, how to monitor page rank, and how to build a solid base of links to your site. A must-watch video tutorial for experienced website publishers and for those just getting into the Web game.
- Search engine optimization (SEO) vs. search engine marketing (SEM)
- Getting to know your searchers
- Crawler-based search engines
- Keywording to rank high in searches
- Keyword combinations, variations, and stop words
- Setting up a site the wrong way: what to avoid
- Creating a search-friendly site
- Submitting websites for search engine indexing
- Building link relationships