If you're not sure what over-optimization means on your website, here's a blatant example of what not to do to try to "optimize" your website. This is how to SEO yourself into an abyss of oblivion.
It seems logical that having multiple keyword-rich domains pointing at your website would be a good thing to help the SEO. Unfortunately, it causes more harm than good.
Is your website secure with an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate yet? Google wants websites to be set up, but it's a bit of a process. Here's why you should set it up.
When creating content for the web or your blog, there are at least 16 places you can put your keyword to help get the page found on the search engines.
What are the simple steps you need to take to start building an online presence and "Google-proof" your website from future rule changes? There are several steps you can take, but these are our top three.
If your website doesn't have these 5 things in place to be "healthy", Google probably won't display it on the search engine results pages. Your competitors will be higher, and your customers are going to the "other guy".
As a busy business owner, the last thing you want to do is turn into a web geek and learn all this technical stuff to get found on Google, right? Maybe SEO and online marketing isn't really all that hard.
If you're a consultant, you probably want to be found at the "top" of Google for your search terms. But SEO isn't the only way to be found by your potential clients. There are many ways to bring new leads in.
In this free webinar, Thomas Petty presented some tips and tools that people can use to get better results from their website and online presence on the search engines. Hear about the upcoming training opportunities, and some special bonuses.
It doesn't pay to try to cheat the search engines anymore. Google has gotten too good at sniffing out the cheaters, and only presenting relevant results. Your website could get penalized for cheating which is worse.