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SEO Clarification

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

What about Strawberry Ice Cream - my favourite!! If it were me i would look at the search volumes for exact match. If [vanilla ice cream] had a much bigger search volume than [chocolate chip ice cream] then i would likely want to keep that phrase together so i would go for "chocolate chip and vanilla ice cream" - that way the...

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Getting Indexed

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

Twitter. Google loves twitter so just tweet about your page and put a link to it - Google will probably follow the link and find your site.

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Using an old domain to build my new site

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

What does Google actually think of your old domain at the moment? Have a look in your Google webmaster tools - does it mention duplicate content in the "content analysis"? Is your old site in Google's index? Does it rank well for any terms (especially the site name without the www)? If it's in the index and ranks for some of your...

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Domain Name Coventions

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

Hi, For example... can you imagine if I bought the name affilorama.net and Mark had affilorama.com ? You can see how that is a less than ideal situation.. In that example i think having affilorama.net would be great - just put up a "we have moved" notice and get people to click through an affiliate link to Mark's paid product...

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SEO - Dynamic URLs vs. Static URLs

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

I use dynamically generated urls on my site but i use the htaccess file to make them look like nice urls (no .php?this=that malarky) So i can do weird and wonderful things with php on my pages (and only have a few pages that actually create hundreds) btw. Google loves wordpress sites and i've found that it's easier to get a wordpress site...

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SEO Clarification

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

What about Strawberry Ice Cream - my favourite!! If it were me i would look at the search volumes for exact match. If [vanilla ice cream] had a much bigger search volume than [chocolate chip ice cream] then i would likely want to keep that phrase together so i would go for "chocolate chip and vanilla ice cream" - that way the...

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

Getting Indexed

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

Twitter. Google loves twitter so just tweet about your page and put a link to it - Google will probably follow the link and find your site.

Read Full Entry | 13 comments

Using an old domain to build my new site

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

What does Google actually think of your old domain at the moment? Have a look in your Google webmaster tools - does it mention duplicate content in the "content analysis"? Is your old site in Google's index? Does it rank well for any terms (especially the site name without the www)? If it's in the index and ranks for some of your...

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Domain Name Coventions

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

Hi, For example... can you imagine if I bought the name affilorama.net and Mark had affilorama.com ? You can see how that is a less than ideal situation.. In that example i think having affilorama.net would be great - just put up a "we have moved" notice and get people to click through an affiliate link to Mark's paid product...

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

SEO - Dynamic URLs vs. Static URLs

25th May, 2009 - Posted by John Allsopp

I use dynamically generated urls on my site but i use the htaccess file to make them look like nice urls (no .php?this=that malarky) So i can do weird and wonderful things with php on my pages (and only have a few pages that actually create hundreds) btw. Google loves wordpress sites and i've found that it's easier to get a wordpress site...

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