A few months ago we started testing the effectiveness of directory submissions vs. blog commenting. And, for same time spent on each methods (blog commenting and directory submission), the results are clear : blog commenting is more effective than directory submission.
Let me be clear, I’m not saying that directory submissions are a total waste of time; there are still some very relevant and active directories worth getting listed in. I’m saying that, you need to be leery of companies making claims such as “we submit your site to 1,000 of directories” as they are a complete waste of time and money. || Read more »
Are you ready to get serious about developing or upgrading your online store or e-commerce site? While there are many shopping cart and e-store CMS platforms out there such as oscommerce, zen cart, creLoaded, etc., it has been my experience that none can hold a candle to the power and flexibility of Magento. || Read more »
A few years ago, spamming blogs and forums with links in an effort to increase your number of inbound links and gain search rankings was all the rage among unscrupulous, black hat link builders. As more and more blog owners and forum moderators became inundated with junk postings, something had to be done. Enter the NO FOLLOW tag. || Read more »
In rare instances you can find where companies have done so well with their internet marketing that you get what is known as the “Google Search Trinity”. Below I’ve included a sample image of what this looks like for the search term “Austin document shredding”. || Read more »