What browsers do they design a website for? At the very least, they should be testing in IE6, IE7, and Mozilla Firefox. Your website can look quite different between different browsers, and Firefox is very quickly gaining a large proportion of market share, so you can count on many of your web visitors viewing it in a browser other than IE.
Di wrote this book because she found out what a minefield it was out there. There is mass misinformation, re-hashed garbage and just plain “wrong” information. It’s virtually impossible to find reliable and useful information in relation to search engine optimisation.
The buzz on the internet is all about content marketing. The premise is that internet surfers are looking for information, and are not necessarily looking for you and/or otherwise interested in what you have to sell.
Publishing is now marketing and marketing is now publishing. Your influence stems from your value. Your value stems from your content and your relationships.
This encompasses anything that relates to your website but isn’t on your own site. Mostly this focuses on links pointing back to your site and most Seo firms concentrate their efforts on these.
This is another way of gathering more knowledge to make a decision. Reading customer review, reading articles on the subject, watching videos, twittering friends, e-mailing friends, reading Consumer Report, or calling an expert on the subject are all simply ways to gather more knowledge.
Always offer great information. You would want to impress your readers not only to get them to read your content until the end but also to lure them to check out other things that you’ve published online. These could be your articles or your blog. One way to make this happen is by giving them great value for their time. Share with them the things that they’ll find interesting and extremely useful. Whenever possible, offer thorough, in-depth explanation, expert tips and advice, trade secrets, and useful techniques. The more useful your articles are, the better.