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Don’t forget that when are optimizing your site and measuring keyword density that you should consider both the search engines and the viewers.   Think – “How will Yahoo, Google and MSN find my site?” and – “What services or products best describe my niche?”  At the same time, read your pages from a viewer’s perspective.  Are you using the terminology that readers can understand?  Are you delivering a “call to action”, that gets you a lead or inquiry that helps your business?


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If you over-indulge keywords in your content, the search engines will penalize you, but if you don’t use enough, then no one will ever find you.  There is a fine line, and you will likely get different advice on keyword denisty all over the internet. If you create your content for viewers and website visitors then in most cases you will get the best results that produce the best leads for your business. 

Nationwide Marketing offers helpful search engine marketing advice with regular posts for aspiring SEO marketers.  Content critical for search marketing effectively, so remember to deliver relevant and interesting content for viewers and SEO purposes as well.

The Interactive Advertising Bureau and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP today announced that Internet advertising revenues reached almost $5.9 billion for the third quarter of 2008, representing an 11% increase over the same period in 2007. While double-digit annual growth continues, the quarter-to-quarter curve remains relatively flat compared to recent past performance. The Q3 2008 figures, published in the IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report, are 2% higher than the Q2 2008 results. Set against strong economic headwinds in the U.S. economy, Q3 2008′s $5.9 billion represents nonetheless the second-highest quarter results ever. For the first nine months of 2008, revenues totaled $17.3 billion, up from $15.2 billion in the same period a year ago and surpassing the record set in the first nine months of 2007 by nearly 14 percent.

 

 

The growth of interactive advertising that we’ve been experiencing over the past few years has stabilized due in large part to the difficult current economic climate,” said Randall Rothenberg, President and CEO of the IAB. “Interactive advertising continues to be the most measurable and cost-effective way to reach consumers, and we see more and more marketers seeking to harness its power.”

David Silverman, a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, added that, “a weakening economy will continue to be a challenge to all forms of advertising-supported media. However, the Internet should be better poised to withstand the storm given its ability to combine performance-based advertising along with broad-based branding.” Search marketing continues to be the primary focus for internet advertising. Read the complete article >

In a recent SEO Chat article, Terri Wells discusses about the obstacles of content theft online.  Web copywriting and the security needed to protect your content can be challenging and frustrating, but unfortunately it’s a reality that search marketing professionals simply have to deal with.  Wells tells a story about finding published articles that were posted on someone else’s website with no permission or authorization for republishing the copy written articles.

 

 

 

Stealing content, also known as e-thieving is a serious problem that dilutes the original article with no compensation while damaging any search engine optimization that should be benefitting the author.  Quite often the duplicate content can cause each site to be penalized by Google, Yahoo or MSN.  So even the original business publishing the article on their website can be penalized for the duplicate content even though somebody ripped off their genuine writing.  Many of this e-thievery has become profitable in the advent of Adsense, an revenue sharing affiliate program offered by Google.  Wells points out that if the website is hosted in the US, that laws were created to protect you and your website.  Nationwide Marketing supports SEO Chat and their content writers.

Ø  Read the Original SEO Article-  Thwarting Content Theft Written By: Terri Wells

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