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Honored To Be Quoted At Search Engine Land

Greetings from inside the SEOigloo! I was delighted to be contacted recently by Christine Churchill, who is the president of Key Relevance and a very highly respected speaker at such conferences as Search Engine Strategies, Webmaster World Publishers Conference and High Rankings Seminars. Her experience and authority are truly impressive, and she is a valued […]

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Replacement China from Robbins Nest – Before and After Website Redesign

Some months ago, we were approached by a family business that really interested me. The Robbins family have been purveyors of replacement china for 10 years from their Kentucky-based business. Their inventory is absolutely vast. If you are looking for a specific china pattern, chances are, Robbins Nest has got it or can find it […]

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My First Post At Search Engine Guide!!!

Greetings from inside the SEOigloo! I’m very excited to announce today that I’ve been invited by Jennifer Laycock to become a contributor at the well-respected site, Search Engine Guide. This invitation is such an honor, as I have long felt that Search Engine Guide offers some of the very best reading for small business owners […]

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Designing for Bay Area Local Search Means Contributing to the Local Economy

Greetings from inside the SEOigloo! This week, we launched a website we’d design for a local Bay Area client – Ledson Homes. It’s just a simple little site, with the potential to do some excellent local growing over time. Ledson Homes is an amazing business. Rather than putting up cookie cutter subdivisions of endless, matching […]

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Good SEO/Bad SEO, Good Designer/ Bad Designer – A Generalization Problem

Greetings from inside the SEOigloo! Within the SEO community, a general groan goes up every time someone announces that Search Engine Optimizers are crooks, snakeoil salesmen, spammers, scammers, etc. This problem seems to arise repeatedly because of: 1)The genuine ignorance of the author, very often excusable 2)A wish to show off 3)A legitimate complaint against […]

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SEO Dream Team Meme

Greetings from inside the SEOigloo! I’ve been tagged by Donna in this latest meme in which I get to formulate the SEO team of my dreams…just for fun! Thanks, Donna, and guess who I’m going to pick first to have on my team? YOU!!! We’re just getting acquainted, but I love your upbeat style and […]

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