DIY SEO – Finding Link Love (Part 1 of 8)

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DIY SEO – Finding Link Love (Part 1 of 8)

Looking for links in all the wrong places?

(Seven Simple Steps to DIY SEO… the Right Way)

Here are the 7 simple steps you must follow if you’re serious about improving your website’s visibility in the search engines… and driving organic traffic (with little or no cost) to it. Consider this your online business blueprint and step-by-step guide  on how to improve your business web presence and visibility.

Step 1: Optimizing Your Keywords The Right Way

Step 2: Increasing Your Site’s Importance With Google

Step 3: Finding High-Quality Link Partners

Step 4: Using Articles And Press Releases For High-Quality Links And Publicity

Step 5: Find Your Competitors’ Biggest Traffic Sources

Step 6: Tapping Into Social Media To Get Traffic And Links

Step 7: Using Internet Directories To Boost Your Rankings



If you work with the major search guidelines (such as those from Matt Cutts of Google below) and implement these seven simple steps, you could be surprised at how fast your business website’s ranking improves. It’s not at all hard to get professional S.E.O. results without resorting to shortcuts, costly services or questionable back-links. By following these simple steps yourself, it is possible to effectively boost your business online ranking by up to 200-300 positions, in as little as as 48 hours! Best of all, if you put in the effort, you will be certain that your website will never be banned from search engines. More details about these individual steps in future posts…

 

 

Now, Let’s get started…

 

 

Are Social Collaboration and Social Intranets the Way Forward?

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New Year’s Reminders

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Need a quick way to stick to your professional and personal resolutions and goals for the new year?

If you are like most businesses (and employees), you are probably spending the bulk of your time on dealing with your emails.
How about leveraging your email time to schedule reminders and help keep on track of all of your tasks simply and with minimal effort?
For instance,
1.      Send a quick email to remind yourself to call a contact next week.
2.      Remind yourself to reply to an email in three days time – when it is due.
3.      Send a payment reminder to a client once a month – automatically.
You can do this using the new service FollowUpThen.
For example,
1.      Send a reminder to nextweek@followupthen.com and you will get your email reminder back in your inbox next week.
2.      Forward the email that needs a follow-up to 3days@followupthen.com and you will receive the email that needs the response in exactly 3 days time.
3.      CC your invoice payment reminder to every15th@followupthen.com so that both you and your client will receive the reminder on the 15th of every month.
Here are some more examples of the scheduling options – the combinations are virtually endless:
·           2hours@followupthen.com
·           3days@followupthen.com
·           4weeks@followupthen.com
·           tuesday@followupthen.com
·           tomorrow@followupthen.com
·           nextmonth@followupthen.com
·           mar30@followupthen.com
·           11am@followupthen.com
·           everywed@followupthen.com
·           everymar30@followupthen.com
This service is free, simple and seems to be secure with a no-spamming policy. Now, there’s one less excuse on completing that New Year’s resolution!

 

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Are You A Spammer?

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Are You A Spammer?

If you send unsolicited or improper email  to others, you may be marked as SPAM/Junk by the recipient’s email server. To ensure the proper delivery of your messages, follow all of these these guidelines so that your message do not end up in the “Junk” folder.

 

  • NEVER USE ALL CAPS IN THE SUBJECT FIELD
  • Try to start your email with greetings to the the name of recipient
  • Always Write at least 3 to 4 lines of proper language in your emails
  • Do not send One SIMILAR email to same person again and again in a short duration
  • Link only to legitimate sites with reputable domains in your message
  • Don’t go crazy with email size (30 kb is just fine.)
  • Balance the image-to-text ratio
  • Host your images at credible services only
  • Avoid sending mass email using purchased lists
  • Partner with an Email Service Providers (ESP)
  • Authenticate your Domain with SPF (Sender Policy Framework)
  • Monitor Your Deliverability

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