With the exponential growth in websites, e-commerce and the internet community, web marketing budgets increased simultaneously. As a result the web has become a fiercely competitive advertising and marketing market.Read More
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As a business owner looking to invest in search engine marketing, you may be debating on which method is a better allocation of your funds: organic search engine optimization or pay per click advertising. Depending on your budget and goals, there are pros and cons to both. But first, let’s review how they differ.
Organic SEO in its simplest terms is optimizing a website in order to make it more relevant to search terms, thus boosting it’s rank on a search page.
PPC is a form of marketing that involves bidding on targeted keywords in order to have an ad show up at the top of the search page which is paid for based on how many times it’s clicked.
Each method has its benefits, depending on your search engine marketing needs.
On 18th October 2011, Google announced some big news for website owners. Going forward, when a search is made on a secure Google webpage and the result clicked, the search term would no longer be passed to the destination website. Instead, these visits would simply be grouped together in Google Analytics under the keyword "(not provided)".
Apple on Thursday made a subtle-yet-major revision to its App Store policy, enabling extra content to be sold through free iPhone apps. It’s a move that immediately impacts the publishing industry, and it could pay even bigger dividends if the Cupertino, California, company indeed delivers its highly anticipated touchscreen tablet.
While the most obvious beneficiaries would be app developers, a market segment that can also benefit from the new in-app commerce model are people and companies that create content and need to set up shop in a way that doesn’t, in effect, charge someone for just walking in — like media publishers.
A few months back, I wrote an article on Moz all about a penalty our web agency received for unnatural links pointing to our website. At first, this was a bit of a shock to the system, but since then, we've learned so much about Google's webmaster guidelines and we've helped lots of companies get their businesses back on track and remove manual penalties associated with their websites.