SEO DIY or Outsource

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Category: IT Support, Online Marketing.

Search engine optimisation (or SEO) is one of the key aspects in driving traffic to your website.  As a business, generally speaking, you have two options; learn and perform SEO in-house or choose to outsource to a suitable SEO company.

Here are some tips to help you make the right decision for your business.

DIY IN-HOUSE:-

Use your writing skills

Keeping your website content updated and relevant should be a priority.  Inactive content (if your blog hasn’t been updated in months or years, for instance) can be an indication that your information might be outdated – or simply that the website is no longer in use.  Writing news or blog posts on a regular basis is a good way to stay updated. Not only is this an advantageous SEO strategy but it also sends out the right signals to your audience.

Submit your website to the main local search directories

It can be relatively straight-forward to submit your site to Google Places, Bing Local and Yahoo Local.  Sign up and choose categories that are relevant to your business. Upload a few photos and videos if you can. Once you’re listed, ask satisfied clients to leave positive reviews. By doing so, you are adding credibility to your business online and enhancing your reputation.

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Category: Home Computing, Online Marketing.

Facebook is changing. If some people were upset by the small changes on the profile that happened last week, these new changes are going to be on a different level. This is the end of Facebook as you know it.

At last week’s Facebook developers conference, f8, the company introduced the radically redesigned profile page now called the Facebook Timeline. Instead of a single column stream of status updates and photo uploads, the new Timeline provides a deeper look into your past.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described Timeline as “a great way to discover all the things people have done their whole life.” Facebook is about to completely change the way its profile pages look as part of the website’s biggest redesign so far.

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