Monthly Archives: September 2008


Google Is Up, Up and Away

Google’s share of U.S. web searches increased to 63% for the month of

By | September 25th, 2008|Media Services|0 Comments

Springfield Supporting Hurricane Clean Up

Other than brand recognition of the companies represented, this blog has little to

By | September 17th, 2008|Uncategorized|0 Comments

SOS for SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

      You’ve finally embraced the new millennium and developed a website for your business along with the rest of the world, but the phrase “If you build it, they will come” doesn’t apply to your current website traffic.  Just creating a beautiful and functional website isn’t enough to generate additional revenue and profits or build your brand; there is hard work involved to bring your website to the attention of potential customers.  Search engine optimization is necessary, and there are simple strategies you can employ to help increase your website’s search engine rankings and traffic.        Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of designing a website to be more “search engine friendly” and to drive a larger amount of qualified traffic to the website from higher rankings on various search engines like Google and Yahoo.  The ultimate goal of SEO is to rank your website on the first page of search results generated for any relevant keyword search, because any results after the first page are likely to be viewed less frequently or possibly ignored completely.  The purpose of SEO is to make a website “readable” by search engine crawlers (also known as bots, robots spiders); these crawlers are simply programs used by various search engines to continuously explore the World Wide Web and catalog and classify websites based on each site’s content.         SEO techniques include careful consideration of a website’s content, basic graphic design elements, and linking strategies.  Any SEO plan should take into consideration the following elements to increase a website’s search engine rankings: ·        Keywords ·        Meta Tags ·        Content ·        Website Design ·        Links ·        Time

By | September 9th, 2008|Marketing, Media Services|2 Comments