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Types of Search Engine Optimization

Search engine optimization is a term that may also refer to enhancing the amount and the quality of traffic of a website. Basically any search engine, and here Google is the most common of examples, performs its search and displays a page with lots of websites that contain the information you are looking for. The better the results that the engine comes up with, the better the search engine optimization is. Also, if the found and displayed pages have higher rankings, this equals with a higher number of users, and thus better traffic. Search engine optimization could cover different aims depending on the initial purpose of the engine; it can target images, local data, industry, and many more other fields of interest. If you were to search for search engines, you may find that they are grouped into categories with targets varying from general interest to legal or medical matters.

SEO: an online marketing strategy

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Internet Marketing – A Fine Distinction

It’s already the end of October, and not a single post can be read on this blog. So it’s time to document something before this month of 2008 slips away forever.

From my own vantage point, a lot has been learned and a significant portion has been accomplished. It was the middle of June 2008 when I first uploaded the first page of my first website. It was a one liner with a header graphic that says “site under construction”.  Nothing more.

Before the middle of this year, I have not written any html page of my own much less create a website. I didn’t  know then the distinction between a static site and a dynamic page.  I didn’t have any knowledge whatsover about php nor have I tried for myself an ftp upload to a server.  All the basics of online dynamics, although not so alien in semantics, were all virgin territories waiting to be explored.

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