Intermediate SEO Tips For Best Search Engine Rankings – Part 1

Most people know the basic SEO tips of keywords, titles, and meta. Don’t worry if you don’t. There is plenty of time to learn and to make changes to your site. Today though I’ll talk about some more advanced intermediate SEO strategies and tips I employ on my various websites in-order to rank on page 1 of Google for several great keywords.

Kathy Griffiths made a good introductory post about keyword rich content, keywords and seo, you can read that here for some good information. What’s important to know is that even though ‘content is king’ it is not everything.

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Just Don’t Forget To Subscribe To Comments Or You Might Miss A Golden Opportunity

Today’s post isn’t your typical run of the mill I’m going to teach you something type post. Today I want to let you in on a little known secret of large businesses.

Oh yes, this is a closely held secret that they never let anyone know. Ok, are you ready for it? Because I’m only going to do this one post about it, and once this post is closed it’ll be gone forever …

Ok, not really. But you read?

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How To Write A Link Bait Article

Most people think “How can I write a good link baiting headline?” That is a good and valid question which you should be asking yourself every time you write a headline.

Think about this though: Once the person has clicked on your link … now what? Of course if you linked them to a sales letter then it’s obvious. But if you’re like me and most of what you write is articles, reports and blog posts then your goal is to drive traffic. And the only way to drive traffic is to have very good link baity text and links.

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Customer Service Means Customer Loyalty

Customer Service Means Customer Loyalty

Do you know why companies spend thousands and millions on customer service each year? Let me tell you the cold hard truth: no matter whether the business is large or small, it’s not that they love you and want to fulfil your every need it’s that they want your money.

The best way to have a customer come back time and time again is to give them an experience they will never forget (in a good way). This means great customer service.

But there is a caveat to this universal law: it also works in reverse. If you screw a loyal customer, who might also happen to be a supplier of yours, you’ll end up shafted.

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