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8 Step Formula For Creating Landing Pages That Produce Results

When a potential customer clicks on a link on the search engine result page or a pay per click advertisement, the landing page that appears can make or break your online business. If you are not careful in designing your landing page, you will lose potential buyers. How do you make your landing page relevant to what the searchers want and make it convincing for them to take an action?
By following the eight simple techniques discussed in this article, you will be able to create landing pages that produce results. So, next time before you start dipping into your pocket for a pay per click ad campaign, make sure that your landing pages are ready …

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Why Search Engine Optimization Is Necessary

you search for a certain something on a search engine it opens up a number of pages containing possible answers for your search. These answers are your search results and the pages which contain these are the SERP or Search Engine Result Pages. Now, consider the many times that you have probably used a search engine, and the many results which each of these searches have raked up. If you think about it closely you will probably discover that out of all those million SERPs that you have opened up through your searches each time you have probably visited at the very most the first 3 pages of results, the rest you have ignored like …

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Results of the Antolinez Family Experiment

In only 10 days I got results for the experiment that tried to detect Goog penalization. It turned out that 2 domains are penalized with a -20 fall.
The other result refers to the extent of indexation. It seems that penalized sites receive only superficial indexation. For instance, if a site is well indexed, all the word strings will be indexed, and searching for phrases within quotes will find them. If the site is badly indexed due to penalization, only individual words will be indexed, and the strings will not be detected. Interesting…
The other result is that penalization covers all subjects, even those unrelated to the main one. For instance, a domain penalized for duplicate content …

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