Monday, August 30, 2004

Search Engine Submission Tips

Submission Tips Years ago getting listed with the search engines was pretty clear cut. You went to each site and submitted your URL usually free. Well, today things are a bit different with PPC and pay for submission and some engines feeding off of others it's hard to keep up with where to go to submit. Search Engine Watch has put together a nice page of tips for submitting, how and where to submit and more. You'll want to bookmark this one for future use.

Friday, August 27, 2004 - A Keyword Map for Research - A Keyword Map Doing your own keyword research? If you use pay per click search engines for site traffic, and you should, don't forget about this powerful tool. Type in your keyphrase and it will come back with all kinds of really good words and phrases you may not have thought of to add to your list. Check it out....

Thursday, August 19, 2004

Keyword Density and Search Engines

Find out just how important keywords are when it comes to your search engine copy. Density is an important on....

Monday, August 9, 2004

Combating the Rising Cost of Keywords

Combating Keyword Cost Another great artcile on the ClickZ Network on the rising costs of using Pay Per Click Search Engines and how to determine how much you can afford to spend. Read it....

Sunday, August 8, 2004

ClickBank Discussion Board

Harvey Segal is like the all time Master of Clickbank. He's been publishing an ezine and pushing ebooks on the topic for years. If you have questions about Clickbank you might want to check out his Clickbank Discussion Board for the answers..

Thursday, August 5, 2004

SPECIAL REPORT: 3,007 Marketers Reveal Search Marketing Costs, Clicks, & Conversions in MarketingSherpa Survey : Practical News & Case Studies on Internet Advertising, Marketing & PR: "" Read the results of Marketing Sherpas latest survey of over 3,000 online marketers. Find out how optimization changes traffic, how much of the budget is spent on search, trends in landing pages and more.......

Tuesday, August 3, 2004

Marketers Want Content Listings Separate From Search "Marketers need to view their contextual listings campaigns differently from search and expect lower click and conversion rates, search marketing executives warned yesterday" rest of story.....