December 17, 2012
I speak with many business owners regarding their web sites, business objectives and challenges and routinely provide them solutions along the line of what an agency can do for them (or even what they can do for themselves). These discussions are well received and provide a road map for work to be done. A common theme I hear is that business owners know what needs to be done and have been told some of the strategies before but the drop off then happens after the consult. So, is it a consultants responsibility to provide insights that both can and cannot be implemented?Read Story
December 7, 2012
Over the last few months, an interesting trend has occurred on the world’s largest video sharing network and Google subsidiary, YouTube. While the primary ranking factor for YouTube search results used to be video view count, audience retention is now the most important component in determining a video’s position in the YouTube SERPs.Read Story
December 6, 2012
Let's be honest, the SEO industry has been marred by scams in the past. Less than reputable companies would often promise things that there was no way of honoring and use unfair measures to attempt to keep their word in order to syphon more money. These promises included getting a company on the first page of Google rankings for a keyword within a short amount of time, saying they'll submit a website to thousands of search engines and, most comically, they have cracked the Goggle algorithm. All of these are not true, involve deceitfulness or require broad interpretation of the promise in order to live up to it. These are just some of the many ways SEO has been linked with scams.Read Story
December 3, 2012
Ken Wisnefski is a seasoned web entrepreneur and a frequent contributor to news outlets and business publications. Ken’s vast knowledge of how to make online businesses succeed has made him a sought after consultant from businesses wishing to improve their online initiatives. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to collaborate!