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How to Market on Flickr

Filed in MY BEST POSTS, Social Media by Matt McGee on June 15, 2006 1 Comment
How to Market on Flickr

(Ed. note: This was originally published on June 15, 2006, as an “article” — something separate from the blog. It’s now being republished as a blog post on July 5, 2012, but with the original date intact, because I’m removing the Articles section of this blog. The facts and statistics mentioned below are from 2006 [...]

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Yahoo Updates Webmaster Help

Filed in MY BEST POSTS, SEO, Web Site Content, Yahoo by Matt McGee on June 5, 2006 0 Comments
Yahoo Updates Webmaster Help

Looks like Yahoo has updated and reorganized its Search/Webmaster help pages, which are worth reading for the small business owner/webmaster. I’d point out these pages in particular as worth reading, esp. if you’re new to the web development / SEO / SEM arena: Yahoo! Search Content Quality GuidelinesNice summary of DOs and DON’Ts. How do [...]

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12 Rules of Email Marketing

Filed in MY BEST POSTS, Small Biz Marketing by Matt McGee on May 16, 2006 0 Comments
12 Rules of Email Marketing

Let’s step a bit outside of the strict search engine realm into the larger online marketing arena…. If you have a business web site, you should have a mailing list. If you’re just starting out, and don’t have a lot of traffic or customers yet, then you should be planning on having a list and [...]

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Meta tags: Keywords, Description, etc.

Filed in MY BEST POSTS, SEO, Web Design by Matt McGee on May 9, 2006 0 Comments
Meta tags: Keywords, Description, etc.

I’ve been involved in a couple discussions this week about meta tags, and it still surprises me to see and hear so much confusion and uncertainty about what they do, and how to use them — if at all. The Basics There’s one meta tag you really should/must use, and one that rarely matters, if [...]

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Where are all your eggs?

Filed in Google, MY BEST POSTS, SEM, SEO, Statistics, Yahoo by Matt McGee on April 27, 2006 0 Comments
Where are all your eggs?

Google-this, Google-that … judging from the discussion that takes place at many webmaster / marketing forums and mailing lists, you’d be excused if you thought Google was the only search engine on the web. Take a look at WebmasterWorld, for example: the Yahoo World boards total about 62,000 posts in four categories, only three of [...]

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