Nathan

Duplicate Content

July 2, 2012

As time passes and Google continues to change the way it does things, I figured it’d be a good idea to discuss duplicate content. I personally don’t see anything wrong with publishing an article found on another site as long as you attribute credit to the original source. Heck, I love it when my articles […]

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Nine mistakes guaranteed to kill your website

June 25, 2012

Keeping up with a website is challenging to say the least. You might say it’s a full time job and if you’re not smart about it, you can very easily mistakenly leave out an important step to building traffic. As time continues to click and the internet continues to change, there are things that worked […]

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The Power of Interviewing

June 18, 2012

One great way to drive traffic to your website is simply to interview people who know something about the topic. Perhaps you’re interviewing a name people know and recognize, it helps your credibility knowing that person is taking time to talk to you. For example, if you have a sports website, try to get professional […]

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SEO Basics

June 11, 2012

I’ve worked with web marketing and SEO for just over a year and let me tell you, everything changes all the time. When I started about a year ago, everything was brand new to me. I’m generally a quick learner, but it seems like if you’re going to work with SEO, quick might not be […]

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Comment Marketing

June 4, 2012

Don’t underestimate the value of commenting. One thing I hate is going through spam comments. Thankfully my spam filter catches most of them but when I get a comment from someone who I know is a real person, it at least tells me somebody read my article, watched my video or listened to my audio […]

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