Sep
25
2012
Sep 25, 2012

An SEO (search engine optimization) reseller or agent is any company that "resells" the SEO services of a primary SEO provider (usually white label SEO) to end clients under one company banner. It's the SEO agent that gets all the credit for the work while the private label SEO firm gets to concentrate exclusively on providing topnotch backend SEO support. Reselling SEO, handling mass work tasks, and focusing on white label SEO backend are the multiple ways for an SEO provider to streamline its services and simply get the job done. In turn, SEO resellers won't have to worry about dealing with gigantic workloads or having a lack of employees t...

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Sep
20
2012
Sep 20, 2012

There is a new "buzzword" when it comes to increasing a website's visitors and having all relevant pages crawled through by search engine bots. The magic word is "sitemaps".In a nutshell, a sitemap is an XML file that catalogs URLs for your website along with extra metadata about every single URL. The metadata covers things such as how important the URL is, how often it's changed or updated, when it was last updated, and what is its role on the grand scheme of your site, among many other functions. Even though sitemaps won't necessarily improve your SERP rankings, what it can do is help search engines have an easier time crawling through ...

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Sep
13
2012
Sep 13, 2012

White label search engine optimization, also known as private label SEO, is a lucrative industry that brings in billions of dollars annually. It provides world-class SEO consultation at affordable prices to people that would like to outsource their SEO needs to the true professionals of the field. The white label SEO reseller program requires only the best SEO experts around. It's an outsourcing deal that's superior to in-house SEO because you'll have fewer delays with it, such that more deadlines will be met. Usually, in-house SEO requirements will change as the company sees fit, so any predetermined deadline will ultimately be scrapped by m...

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Sep
04
2012
Sep 04, 2012

On one hand, pay per click (PPC) schemes like Google AdWords allow you to gain first page exposure on top keywords using the help of Google itself instead of relying on third-party search engine optimization (SEO) experts who are forever trying to figure out Google's policies and algorithm methodology. On the other hand, PPC schemes aren't cheap, while SEO is a lot more dynamic and adaptable to the changes of the Internet. Google AdWords is also a money pit for small or startup businesses that are competing against large, multinational corporations from the same industry that also use Google AdWords; Google will obviously prioritize their hig...

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Aug
29
2012
Aug 29, 2012

When picking the best way to profit from your website traffic... whether it's search engine optimization (SEO) schemes, Google AdWords, or other pay per click (PPC) systems... you need to be aware of the pros and cons of these methods. To clarify, Google AdWords is just Google's own PPC method; one of many PPC schemes out there, in fact. At any rate, this article will tackle whether you're better off using SEO to drive traffic to your website or if it's more profitable to depend on PPC schemes like Google AdWords to acquire more web exposure.More Ad Campaign Control versus Expensiveness and Content Policy RestrictionsGoogle AdWords, i...

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