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Google Instant Previews

About a  month ago, I posted about a new feature Google was testing – Instant Previews.  Well, today Google announced it is rolling out, starting now.  You can read the full post on the Official Google Blog by clicking here. I still think this is good news for consumers and businesses alike.  What do you […]

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The Google Feature that has SEO Experts all Atwitter

Google is testing a new feature that will show full-page previews on their results pages.  You can read more details in this post on the wonderful ReadWriteWeb site.  My Twitter feed is full of mentions of this test today.  Many SEO experts I follow seem unhappy, but as a website owner you shouldn’t be. Full […]

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Social Media & the Toy Store

Many of my clients ask me about social media. They want to know what they can do to benefit (e.g. get more business) from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. My answer is “do what do in the real world.” I’m afraid this leaves a large number of folks scratching their heads. Some are thinking “what do we do in the real world?” and others “how? How, Andreas, how?”

The point of today’s post is

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SEO’d to Death

I coined a new phrase today (or maybe I didn’t, but I still like it.) The phrase:  “Search Engine Optimized to Death,” or “SEOed to Death” for short. “They killed Kenny!” Earlier today, I was speaking with a prospective client about his website.  Let’s call him Kenny.  Kenny (not his real name,) told me that, […]

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