It is rather interesting that most people do not take free online marketing tools seriously. Never mind that there is plenty of evidence around and even more examples of web sites and online entrepreneurs who have taken off in a hurry using only free online marketing tools.
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“VisitorVille contains and presents all the statistical information that standard Web-site traffic-analysis packages such as WebTrends do, but it translates the statistical information into visual metaphors” — PC Magazine
“VisitorVille with the new 3D version continues the tradition of being the most creative, most fun, and often most intuitive statistics software around.” — Google Blogoscoped
When youre starting out at SEO, think carefully when youre deciding whether to buy a software package (or service) that promises SEO results. Why? First, when youre making pages yourself, theres a limited amount of pages that you can make a mistake on; when youre using software, any damage can be amplified a thousand-fold. Second, you should really know what exactly the software is doing.
Article explaining how valuable blogs can be to people wishing to utilize them.
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Searchenginewatch: I was within the first 5 results in Google but nowhere in Yahoo. So, for the first time, I decided to use an automated link-building method. It posted about 3,000 blog comments for me. And then, to my horror, I found that GOOGLE HAD BANNED MY SITE!
Analytics are very important to your web marketing campaign. If you do not use analytics properly you may not understand how effective your search engine marketing is.
We’re all used to patting down Google, Yahoo!, or MSN for relevant information, but what if they started frisking us first? What if the search engines we’ve all come to rely on started examining our online activity, or our frequently searched terms, and used that information to determine – say – how close we were to making a purchase, and which brands we were considering?