Author Archive for: ‘Brad’

Thank you, Aaron

My staff is smart. We have graduates from Cornell University, Penn State, Western University, York University, Tenri U, and the University of Canberra. Unfortunately, when they start here they do not know SEO. I could spend days or weeks training them, but that would effectively cost me an the company hundreds of man hours and thousands of dollars. The solution? …

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How to get traffic from directories

As an operator of a web directory, I often field the question, Can I expect traffic from your web directory? My answer is always, it depends. Users Do Not Browse By Category, They Search Web Directories And as such, when you submit, it would do you well to understand that web directories do not index your pages. We can only …

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Quality Referrals

Here at v7n we like to track everything. Numbers are awesome for analyzing and improving every aspect of business. Employee performance, lead generation, lead closing, repeat rates, etc. Numbers lets us know what works and what doesn’t. When it comes to the V7N Contextual program, there are some interesting facts in those numbers. Quality traffic is defined by those numbers. …

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Seven Questions For ExcellentGuide

Folks often complain about the number of new directories on the Internet. For some reason, it is thought to be a bad thing. Some web directories are indeed worthless, but not most. The more web directories, the better, is my way of thinking. Anyhow, with all the new directories popping up, I figure t might be enlightening to take a …

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On Selling SEO Consulting

A lot of SEO companies seem to have a very clearly defined, five step marketing strategy. 1. Sign the client, even if it means over-promising 2. Get the client to sign a non-disclosure agreement 3. Keep the client in the dark 4. Show the client all his #1 rankings for non-competitive search terms 5. Call it a day Not that …

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