Disclaimer: Nothing in this article guarantees your website will rank higher on Google, Bing, or any other search engine. Search engine optimization (SEO) is a complex process that requires a consistent, multi-faceted approach and a great many factors can affect the success of any SEO campaign. The advice given below is only intended to be a part of a good SEO strategy that any site owner should employ. For more information, please contact Electric Bricks.
Keywords, Keyword, Keywords
A large part of content marketing includes having keywords in the copy so that when potential clients are searching for a specific product or service, you will appear in those searches.
I Am NOT A Copyright Expert!
I repeat, I am NOT a copyright expert! Nor do I understand intellectual property law or trademark law. But I can tell you this – if you are ever in doubt about whether you should reuse, repurpose, rewrite, transcribe, copy, or “borrow” something that someone else created then don’t. There are plenty of attorneys that make their living practicing (and defending) copyright law so if you have a burning question about what is legal I’d advise you to find one. What I’m sharing below is my layman’s understanding of what I think you should be aware of. But it is by no means intended to be a definitive guide to copyright law. In other words, don’t rely on this article to tell you everything you need to know. Do your own research and check out the links mentioned in this article for more information. And of course – use common sense!
My clients are always asking me what are the best ways to improve their rankings in the search engines. How to get on page 1 of Google. Sadly, there is no silver bullet. No trick or easy answer that will get you to the top. But there are some things you can do to help your chances.
Wow! I can hardly believe it! I got quite a surprising treat this morning. So I woke up and, like most mornings, got a cup of coffee (black, no sugar) and promptly logged into my Google Analytics account to see how my site was doing. Analytics has a great tool called Real-Time that lets you see website visitors on your site in, you guessed it, real-time, by placing little orange dots on a map of the world. Well, wouldn’t you know it but 41 people were surfing my site from the International Space Station! How cool is that? See for yourself. Here’s a screen-grab of the map straight from my Analytics account.