More Content = More Traffic = More Sales

Gone are the days when you could build a small static website and expect to compete for search traffic. Unless your site is in a rather uncompetitive industry it won’t be able to bring traffic from keyword searches without a lot of time spent building your count of backlinks. So what do you do if you have a small site and don’t want to wait years before the traffic comes? The answer is pretty simple really. Build more pages and get more traffic.

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My Development With CSS

How do I learn css? I see the question all the time from developers who have become convinced that css has many benefits and that developing sites with a css layout has many advantages over building a site with a table based layout. To help with the learning curve I wanted to share my own development growth with css.

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Page Strength And Page Rank

Since we’re in the middle of another PageRank update and that’s usually cause for excitement and concern I thought I’d spend another day on the subject. First with some information about a new tool from SEOmoz called Page Strength which is an attempt to give a quick and easy metric to determine the relative worth of a web page and then with a few observations and thoughts about the PR update itself.

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PR Update Has Started

If you’re a frequent forum visitor this is probably old news, since it happened all of a day ago, but for those of you that aren’t active on forums the latest toolbar PR update has started at Google. Along with the PR update Google is updating the number of backlinks they’ll show for your site as they usually do at this time.

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Higher Conversions With Buttons?

There’s a lot of common wisdom online, but can you always trust that wisdom? Apparently not when it comes to ‘click here’ buttons and the thought that they don’t convert well. Peter Da Vanzo wrote a short post on the v7n blog entitled Big Shiny Buttons: Click Here! in which he mentions how his own test results indicate those buttons generate higher conversions.

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