Monday, November 07, 2005

Great SEO Article by Sumantra Roy

Search Engine Optimization is one of the best ways to get traffic to your site. If you are new to the concept of search engine optimization the following article will be helpful.

Top 10 Search Engine Positioning Mistakes By Sumantra Roy - November 03, 2005

When it comes to search engine optimization, there are certain common mistakes that I see people making over and over again. Here's a list of the 10 most common mistakes that I see people making. By avoiding these mistakes, you can avoid a lot of anguish and frustration in the long run.

1) Optimizing your site for the wrong keywords

The first step in any search engine optimization campaign is to choose the keywords for which you should optimize your site.

If you initially choose the wrong keywords, all the time and effort that you devote in trying to get your site a high ranking will go down the drain.

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For a full revelation on search engine optimization you may want to read my book Always On Top of the Search Engines

RSS and Blogging Having Major Impact On Early Adapters Traffic

As you may know if you follow this blog I am doing a lot of research on blogging and RSS traffic generation. It looks by my preliminary studies that RSS and blogging could increase the traffic of even a highly ranked website by 20% or more. This proves that Blogging and RSS can increase your site traffic quite a deal.

I hope to write an article on my finding very soon within the next week or two so stay posted.

Interesting Reading On How the Internet is Revolutionizing Business

Revolution 2.1 by Jim Hedger

The second Internet revolution has clearly started to take shape. Remember the massive changes forecast by hundreds of tech-writers, including myself, for the past two years? While slower in coming than expected, the last critical stage for their mass adoption of these changes, their introduction, appears to have begun. Welcome to Revolution 2.1.

Revolution, according to one definition offered by Princeton University’s WordNet is, “a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving.”

Revolutions come in stages, generally brewing for long periods before overwhelming the traditional order with the weight of massive social adoption of new ideas, tools and methods. They almost always stem from increased social or technical knowledge and require the support of a prosperous middle-class majority to fully succeed.

In this case, that majority is the Internet users themselves. The search engines are providing the tools forged by in-house and third party software developers whose creativity formed the framework for the coming changes. Underpinning the revolution is the virtually universal access to broadband, high-speed connectivity in North America and most of Western Europe, Oceania and Asia.

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