How it became A Mystery to Web Designers? – SEO

My story has been written several million times. I’d had this great idea; I was pretty good with the internet. In fact I made most of my purchases through the internet and considered myself a proficient surfer so decided that I wanted a slice of the pie. I’d decided to set-up my own online business.
So what did I do?
I considered myself to be reasonably intelligent. I’d managed to pass a law degree and had worked in various I.T companies performing assorted tasks. I had a pretty good knowledge of business and set about finding suppliers and products that I could sell on my new online venture.
I had everything I needed and was ready to go. …

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Using RSS To Explode Website Traffic

What’s better: to get your readers to keep coming back because they remember you, or to have a little automated reminder there, telling them you’re here, you’ve got new stuff, and they should come out and check it out? The answer’s obvious.
Website traffic comes when you let your interested readers know that you have something new, interesting, and exciting for them to check out. And one of the easiest ways to do this is through RSS feeds.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and RSS feeds are nothing more or less than a super-easy way of sharing your content with the owners of other websites, or your own website or mashup, even a fan’s own site …

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A Better SEO Mouse Trap

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Build a better mouse trap and the world will beat a path to your door.” This is as true today as it was over 70-years ago when Emerson was alive however in the information age, we must expound on the words in detail. “Build a more effective and appealing mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.” The fact is we are now even more competitive for market share as we were back in the early 1900′s thanks, in most part, to the advent of the Internet.
Everyone wants to be first, to be the best. However in business, being first is not just desirable, but often essential, for …

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