Monthly Archives: April 2010

How To Use The robots.txt File To Improve Results

Have you ever wondered how to hide information from search engines? What if you don’t want search engines crawling your website administration folder or pages which you have more secure data on?rWhat if you don’t want certain search engines to crawl…Read more


Posted by in Internet Marketing on April 29th, 2010

Using Advanced Google Search Queries

If you are like most people you depend on Google to search anything and everything on the Internet? Although Google does a wonderful job with there results sometimes it can be difficult to get the exact result you…Read more


Posted by in Internet Marketing on April 28th, 2010

Why Timmy’s Tennis Shop Won’t Rank For ‘Gloves’.

I hear it all the time, “I want to rank for _____.”  My initial response is that this is great because it means that you are thinking about ways to extend your reach or product offering. In our example,…Read more


Posted by in Search Engine Optimization on April 27th, 2010

This Week In Internet Marketing – 2010 04 26

Here is a look at what's been going on in the Internet Marketing world this week.  Yahoo! seems to be focusing on their own PPC revenue generation while Google looks to improve service levels.  Lots to read! Internet…Read more


Posted by in Internet Marketing on April 26th, 2010

How To Get Your Email Inbox To ZERO!

With the influx of emails these days, it is getting harder and harder to manage the massive amounts of email messages that we get. On the average day, I get hundreds of emails. I maintain 3 email accounts….Read more


Posted by in Online Innovation on April 23rd, 2010

Optimizing Product Pages to Increase Conversion

We love working with ecommerce websites. The potential for growth is larger due to the fact that we’re working directly with the sales engine itself. Instead of sending leads through to a sales team, which may or may…Read more


Posted by in Website Conversion on April 22nd, 2010

Three Reasons To Use Regular Expressions in Google Analytics

A regular expression (affectionately called “RegEx”) is a string that many of us Google Analytics geeks use to describe or match a set of strings based on certain syntax rules. Google Analytics (GA) supports regular expressions so that…Read more


Posted by in Website Analytics on April 21st, 2010

Google Purchases Mobile Visual Search Novice Plink

The reigning search engine giant Google has added another feather to its cap with the purchase of UK based mobile visual search start up Plink. This news was officially announced through Plink’s blog, but the acquisition amounts were not…Read more


Posted by in Online Innovation on April 20th, 2010


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