Category: On-Page SEO

SEO 2004 – the basics are still the same 2013

I was dusting one of my old hard-drives and found my first guide about SEO from 2004, the year Google looked like this. I wrote the guide to show how easy it was to fix common SEO issues. I know the guide is old, but there is still relevant information in it, and guess what! It’s still quite easy to fix common SEO mistakes! Want to find out how? Read on!  Continue reading

Increase Traffic & Pay Less for Adwords!

If you run an e-commerce website you are probably looking for methods to increase your web shop’s traffic. You might already be advertising with Adwords and you know how much it costs to buy traffic. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could increase your “free” traffic and lower the cost per click  for your Adwords ads? Does it sound too good to be true? Keep reading and I’ll explain why it isn’t.

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Are forms crawled by Google?

The reason why I wanted to know was because I discovered some odd urls in Webmaster Tools that looked like search urls.  So to find the answer to this question I first set up a page with 3 forms.

Form 1: Using the form GET method my page would get a new title and content if form was submitted. The URL would be different since I added a URL variable to the original URL.

Form 2: Using the form POST method. If this form was submitted the original page would have new content, just like search page.

Form 3: Using the form POST method but with a different action URL than the form page itself. I did this to check if Google would discover the “secret” action page.

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This week I’m talking SEO-plugins at Craft, Creative Marketing

This week I got the chance guest blog on Craft, Creative Marketing, a blog by Tiffani Frey. Tiffany has nearly 20 years of expertise in marketing, graphic design and sales management. Her blog covers many topics all related to Internet marketing (SEO included). So head over to her blog and while you’re there you can also read my post on Handy SEO Tools for Chrome and Firefox users!