Karen Sams from the MIMA blog writes on how to submit your content to Google.
Those in the search marketing industry know this already, but as Karen explains it goes beyond just submitting your URL. It does involve submitting an XML sitemap. If you’re unfamiliar, the XML Sitemaps site is very easy to use and one of the recommended sites from Google Webmaster Central. It doesn’t directly improve your Google results, but it does help them crawl your site and identify broken links. What’s good for the user… you get the rest.
Giving more love to the Technology Evangelist site. Ed writes about online retail dead zones. It does make sense. The posts speaks for itself, and suburbians have the easiest outlet to drive somewhere with easy parking to physically pick up a product.
BuyOnlineNow and the Office Supplies Blog wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving.
Bob happens to be my brother-in-law, and we all wound up having a later Thanksgiving dinner since they needed to stay open for their Canadian customers.
The next morning we had a cool conversation regarding SEO over-expectations. An example – you could be a local shop offering manicures and pedicures with connections to offer wigs and hair replacement products.
If so, do you want to have top Google rankings for “wigs” and “hair replacement”? More importantly, do you have the budget and resources to answer all the calls and emails explaining that you cannot help someone 1000 miles away who needs a wig for tonight?