Search Engine Optimization has emerged as probably the most universally needed and important tool to make or break the business through the years as the number of websites has grown. While almost any company's success must be supported by good quality website, the SEO is THE tool which makes all the good business efforts visible to the right targeted audience/customers.
As companies depend on their websites to make people/customers aware of their brand, if SEO does not work properly or if the correct strategy is not chosen, the business can end up being a complete fail.
To make the business flourish on the Internet is important to have the correct SEO which can help make the website popular as there is no use of making a website if it does not appear when people search for it. Having an effective SEO along with a few other things can make the website run properly without any errors.
It's being established for years now, that the difference between good and bad SEO could not only be represented by the expression "make it or break it" but could be translated into numbers...
SEO conference will be held in London on March 15th this month. It will touch various aspects of SEO and discuss the most advanced ways to build business online; to establish sustainable models of "organic" business growth as well as how to achieve lasting results in the process of expanding business, while making it more sturdy against crises and market shakes.
The event will present interesting speakers and opportunity for networking and brain picking of some of the most established professionals in the field. Among the topics are such as: How To Transform Your SEO Into A Link Building Machine;
Small Business SEO for £350 Per Month etc.
you can find more information about the event and sign up here .
When done with quality SEO - doesn't just help increase your search rankings thus contributing to a much better opportunities; it also improves your entire website from the viewpoint of search engines as well as your visitors. And that, should be the ultimate aim of your SEO campaign, rather than a cheap shot at fooling search engine algorithms.
So here are 10 tips that won't just knock you up a few places in search results pages for a couple of months; but rather, they'll help turn a visit to your website into a better experience and help your site to naturally grow in popularity.
Tip 1: Create awesome content
The most important aspect of your website - and the most important part of all your optimization efforts - is.... (see entire article)
Well, no matter how good your business's website is, it's not much good if users can't find it.
This is the simple premise behind three of the most freighted letters in the online world: SEO.
They stand for search engine optimization - the art of coaxing automated search engines like Google to place a website prominently within the results of a web search.
"It's the Wild West out there," says Scott Wilson, president of RankHigher.ca, a consultancy that specializes in SEO. "It's an unaccredited industry."
And SEO really is a whole industry.... (read entire article)
Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the most misunderstood and wrongfully underestimated aspects of the Internet. How does a company get ranked on the first page of Google? Contrary to what many people think, ranking high on major search engines such as Google, Yahoo, or Bing is not simply a paid endeavor but rather a combination of factors, including.... (click here for the entire article )
Three binding offers of financial investors for the purchase of BTC (Bulgarian Telecommunication Company) were submitted before the deadline on February 27th. Offer the only strategic investor - Turkish Turkcell, still waiting.
Sources said that despite the slowdown the Turkish company has a very serious interest in the Bulgarian telecom and the delay was due to logistical reasons.
The other investors are with binding financial bids. These are a group centered on the majority owner of Corporate Commercial Bank Tzvetan Vasilev, who was consulted on the deal and from the investment arm of Russian bank VTB - VTB Capital. Another offer comes from a representative of the former owner of telecom Icelander Thor Bjorgolfsson in partnership with Panos Germanos - Greek investor - known for the eponymous chain stores that was sold to the owner of "Globul" in 2006. The third one is a Spanish fund from the 'Pamplona' group.