DMA Guidelines on Email Appending

DMA Guidelines on Email Appending
Written by eTargetMedia. Email appending is an incredibly effective tactic for businesses looking to increase their database of email contacts. It involves matching a company’s existing database with email databases controlled by third-party email marketing companies to fill in the gaps where a company has contact information for a person but does not have their email address. A leading company such as eTargetMedia can have a success rate of 15 to 35 percent in their email appending services. The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) has released guidelines on the proper methods of email appending…Read more

How To Work To Erase Bad Reviews Online

How To Work To Erase Bad Reviews Online
Article provided by Reputation Stars Every business runs into unhappy customers, and in many instances it can only take one unhappy customer to create a very negative perception about what you offer in terms of products or services. A negative review that appears on an internet site can do a lot of trouble for you, spreading on social networks, linking in news stories, comments sections, and more. There are ways that you can help fight these negative reviews though and work to bury them so that they are not the first thing people read about…Read more

4 Content Writing Tips

4 Content Writing Tips
Article Submitted by iClimber, who provides content writing services. Most professional writers will tell you that keeping it simple is probably the best way to go. Using big words doesn’t make you look smart but makes your reader feel stupid. That’s the only mistake that any budding writer should avoid. So here are four tips that will work for all types of content writing: #1: Write in short sentences The thumb of rule is to keep it to one idea per sentence. This will make it easier for the reader to digest what…Read more

Web Design Tips for Better SEO

Web Design Tips for Better SEO
Guest Post Submitted by Tony Petros of Web Design Express Be sure that your titles are written well just as your heading should be. You will need to utilize keywords that you believe that people are looking for within your header tags. You want the H1 tag on every page to correctly describe the content of the page. The better your headline is in attracting visitors, the better it will be for search engines. When designing your website, it is important to use natural language. You do not want to try to stuff…Read more

How to Develop User-Friendly Content

How to Develop User-Friendly Content
We all know how to create search-engine friendly content, but what about the user experience? While you want to develop search-engine friendly content rich with keywords, you also want to make sure the content is written for human beings. But how do you know if you have quality content on your site? It’s time for a review. Conduct a manual, in-depth review of your content.  Quality content should be easy to find, readable, and credible. Start by reading every word on your site and check for spelling, grammar, and typos. You can also…Read more

Questions to Ask Your Web Host Before Buying

Questions to Ask Your Web Host Before Buying
Article Submitted by Host Visa - Hosting Info & Blog While there’s no doubt that you should have a website for your business and which can cause you to miss out on profitability if not considered, you should also be able to find the best web hosting service for yourself. And in order to do this, here is a list of questions that might help you to do so: #1: Tech Support a. What kind of tech support do they provide? b. Do they charge extra for tech support? #2: Security a. What…Read more

Bing’s New Policy on Removing Defamatory Content

Bing’s New Policy on Removing Defamatory Content
In a new article published in SearchEngineWatch.com,  Pierre Zarokian writes about the changes in Bing’s policy on removing sites from its search engine based on court orders. It appears that several attorneys have found out that Bing refuses to remove certain content from its search engine, even after a court of order declares the content defamatory. This could be bad news for companies that have defamatory content posted against them.  This technique was one of the only ways you can get defamatory posts removed from such sites as Ripoff Report.  Some of these court orders are actually honored by Ripoff Report itself,…Read more

How to benefit from the new Google Panda update

How to benefit from the new Google Panda update
Article written by : SEO Tips & Infos Google first released its Google Panda in February 2011 changing its search results ranking algorithm. Many recognize it as a content quality filter. It was intended to give low rankings to “low quality sites” as well as “thin sites.” Rather than an individual page, Google Panda affects the ranking of the entire site or specific sections of a site, a deviation from previous algorithms. A March 2012 update to Google Panda expected to level the playing field by deploying an over-optimization penalty. A latest update…Read more

Whats New In The Latest Google Panda Update

Whats New In The Latest Google Panda Update
Article Written by : Top SEO Software Reviews Whats new in the latest google panda update? This is not a difficult question to answer. The Google Panda updates affected a lot of Internet marketers. They want to get back to the top of the search engine results. Spam and legitimate websites were affected. Google now wants professional content. Google know wants details and facts. Searchers need to read content that they can really use. If the users of Google do not find useful content, they will not come back. Some of the factors…Read more

Google undertaking major algorithm enhancements

Google undertaking major algorithm enhancements
Article Written by : The Great American Small Business Challenge Google is in the midst of a major change in their search algorithm, all in the name of better user experience. A recent incident involving an online store customer and owner sparked Google's move to extend a harsher penalty on unscrupulous online retailers. The victim of said incident, Clarabelle Rodriguez, fell prey to a site name DecorMyEyes.com. Rodriguez was maligned by the site's owner, Vitaly Borker, after a heated argument over a credit card transaction. The victim reportedly received much to her dismay…Read more
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