Google Bot Chrome: How to Use it in Your Favor

  December 18, 2012
  Category :     Internet Marketing News,   Search Engine Optimization | SEO,   Web Design | Website Redesign
  Philip O'Hara
The way Google crawls your page has serious implications for how your website ranks, meaning our search engine optimization techniques must adjust accordingly. The newest GoogleBot Chrome is not simply a text-based crawler like the ones of the past, but attempts to emulate users interacting with the site. While GoogleBot has been executing Jacvascript and hitting URLs that the Javascript...

Blogging & The Rise of Penguin Assassins

  December 17, 2012
  Category :     Blogging | SEO Blogging,   Google News
  Philip O'Hara
Penguin assassins out to get your website’s blog? You would think from the many movies that have come out recently that these critters are by no way, shape, means, or form mass-murderers. Yet that’s what many SEO folks would have you believe. Penguins are natural-born website killers. Google announced the new Penguin algorithm last April. The algorithm was meant to...

Internet Copyright Top 5 Tips

  December 9, 2012
  Category :     SEO Content Writing |SEO Copywriting
  Philip O'Hara
Internet copyright law is a large part of web content writing. How do I know? Well, I took a test this week so that I could add a certification to my credentials as a professional web copy writer. I’ll be honest, it didn’t go too well. It was a shock, because the last test I flunked was a differential equations...

Microsites To The Point

  December 2, 2012
  Category :     Domains
  Philip O'Hara
"Microsites are a good way to build business." You’ve probably heard this line before, usually from web marketers that want to build you some new websites. You’re rather skeptical because you might think that building business translates to revenue enhancement for the web marketing firm. Before you totally eliminate building a microsite, you should consider what the smaller site can...

Writing Great Website Content – 8 Tips for Converting Clicks to Sales

  November 4, 2012
  Category :     SEO Content Writing |SEO Copywriting
  Philip O'Hara
Great website content doesn't shortchange your visitor. If your potential customers can’t find what they are looking for, they won’t be back. If they don’t think that they will benefit from your product or service, the browser search box will be very busy. The primary purpose of having a website is to engage current and would-be clients. You want them...