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SEO Myths: Domain Name Keywords, Mobile Search, Bad Reviews, Twitter and Facebook

Contrary to popular belief, SEO does not stand for “Shut Everything Off.”  Nor does it stand for “Spam Everything Overtly.”
For every bit of SEO truth there are endless myths which serve to either a) confuse business owners to the point of believing SEO is just a bunch of crap, or b) tempt business owners into making mistakes that could jeopardize (or destroy) their business revenue.
This week, we’re addressing 4 of the myths that we encounter most often:
1.  We must have our keyword(s) in our domain name.

The Lede: Michael Stelzner on Capturing Emails and Committing to Quality

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Why Your Business Should Be On Social Media - Internet Marketing Podcast Number 201

Join us this week as we talk about Google Webmaster Tools Mastery, Why Your Business Should Be On Social Media, and What Should and Shouldn't be on Your Social Media Account for Your Business. We also talk about Search Engine Optimization Video in Houston Texas. The most popular Internet Marketing Podcast on iTunes. E-Webstyle provides Houston SEO .

Trating Social Media Like You Treat Your Content - Internet Marketing Podcast Number 181

On this weeks podcast we talk about using dashes, not underscores for subfolders and file names,treating social media like you treat your content,and knowing your audience for Social Media purposes. We finally discuss Search Engine Optimization Video in Houston Texas. The most popular Internet Marketing Podcast on iTunes.

My Universal 2-Step Plan to Succeed on any Social Network

SEO now requires great content and a solid social media presence. You need to have these two factors working in concert to get love from the search engines. Creating great content is relatively straightforward, and you have total control over it. But social media seems like a mystery. How can you break through the noise and establish yourself on a social network. How can you build credibility?
Whenever there’s a new social network that I’m trying to build credibility on, I always try to do two things:


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