Here is a great article on SEOmozBlog about the relatively new canonical URL tag that helps search engines know which pages should be treated as copies of other URLs on your site.
Not to be confused with duplicate content on different URLs of your site, this tag is to be used to indicate to the search engines which URLs generate multiple versions of the same page and to which URL the engines should apply all of the link and content → Continue reading “The Canonical URL Tag and How it Helps Your SEO”
When we bring on a new client we typically point their domain to our nameservers and then wait until the DNS propagates to launch a new site.
Following is a link to a SVN cheat sheet.? It is also posted to this blog entry as an attachment should the page no longer be available.→ Continue reading “Subversion Quick Reference Card”
Our clients and prospects always ask us how they can drive more traffic to their website. There are a number of ways to do so, including pay-per-click advertising, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), and e-mail newsletters, to name a few.
Another great method that has had great success with all types of websites is participating in other website forums. Doing so helps to drive relevant and more qualified traffic to your site.
Forums have become a great source of → Continue reading “Drive Relevant Traffic to Your Site By Participating in Other Forums”