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  • Google Pushes Semantic Web with Rich Snippets

    Last year Google's Rich Snippets launch initiated a big semantic web push. The snippets enable website managers to show richer search results, making it easier to determine content within a particular page before you've even visited it. The initiative was reviewed at this year's Semantic Technology Conference in San Francisco,

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  • WEM: Optimize Content for Your Web Presence

    To optimize content marginally well, companies can choose to focus on SEO, keywords and meta data or how text, image and multimedia content is presented and organized on a site. Yet in order to be competitive in the marketplace, companies should instead focus on incorporating elements of each into their

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  • Web Design: The Need for Speed on the Web

    Customers crave speed on the Web, and they reward organizations that make things fast and simple. Why is Google successful? Because it delivers better and faster results than its competitors. Google truly understands the customer's need for speed.

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  • Top 5 SEO Tools for WordPress, According to WordPress

    James Dimick, a Web developer at WordPress (news, site), says, "When it comes to Search Engine Optimization, there are a slew of options out there. Some good and some not so good." We're inclined to agree. Thankfully, Dimick's got your back.

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  • In Eden We Mix Web Content Mangement and SEO

    Combining web content management and SEO is a smart move in our estimation. Companies like Lyris, Pixelsilk and MOGI have their eyes on this ball. Now it's Preation's turn. Preation is a sister company of iContact, the email marketing folks. Last October they launched the Eden Platform.

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  • O'Reilly Wants You to Get Found

    In the world of search, all that once was lost can now be found. Be it through Google Search, semantic search, green search or using your nose to sniff through the web-o-sphere, search functionality and optimization is the latest and greatest trend.

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  • Omniture Optimizes Its Solutions Through Acquistion

    Who says it's better to build your own than buy someone else's? Well not many actually. Omniture seems to understand this, because they have chosen to expand their solutions for site search and merchandising through the acquisition of assets from Mercado, another search provider.

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  • Web Publishing: The Dark Side of SEO

    Businesses of all sizes get taken by a bad breed of online marketing firms that shamelessly over promise and then shamelessly under deliver.

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  • SEO and CMS: Best Practices During Deployment (Part 2)

    Last week we discussed some of the on-site factors that affect search engine rankings within a CMS implementation. This week, we’ll revisit these factors and present guidance for addressing and automating these strategies during your CMS implementation. System-Wide Considerations Enforce W3C Compliant Code Most mature CMS allow you to define

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  • SEO and CMS: Deployment Best Practices (Part 1)

    Content management systems (CMS) place the responsibility of content creation and maintenance squarely in the hands of non-technical users. With the promise of reduced IT involvement and expenditures, the benefits of CMS are clear.

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