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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

seo client email

just got this email from a new client .......

"By the way thank you very much for the google analytic now I can see the light I been in the dark for more then 6 years. You don't know how I feel now."

...... :)

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Friday, May 20, 2011


Discovery Checklist
  • Initial Accessibility Assessment
    • Is the site indexed?
    • Are the URLs from the XML Sitemap indexed?
    • Are the right pages indexed (without duplicates)?
  • Page Discovery
    • At least one internal link to every page
    • Most important pages linked from home page
    • Comprehensive HTML Sitemaps
    • Good external links
    • XML sitemap
    • Links work without JavaScript, Flash, or images enabled
  • Page Accessibility
    • Single URL for every page (no duplicates)
    • URL exists for every page (URL changes for each new page)
    • Pages have extractable content (particularly images, AJAX, JavaScript, Flash, Silverlight)
    • URLs don’t have too many parameters
    • Does Google Webmaster Tools report any crawl errors?
    • Do all versions of home page redirect to single version (including www and non-www)?
    • Are pages blocked with robots.txt or meta tags?
    • Redirects are via 301 (not 302)
    • Not found page returns a status 404/410
  • Indexing Drop Diagnosics
    • Is the site penalized? (Microsoft Live Search Webmaster Center)
    • Did the site change infrastructure? (CMS, redirecting pages, language)
    • Substantial change in site content or external linking
Accessibility Checklist
  • Initial discoverability assessment
    • Is site #1 for search of brand/domain name?
    • Does the site rank for desired queries? [keyword research data]
    • How much traffic does the site get from search? [web analytics data]
    • How much non-branded traffic does the site get from search? [web analytics data]
  • URL structure
    • Descriptive URLs
    • No excessive parameters
    • No non-standard parameters (for instance, beginning with “http”)
  • On-page assessment
    • Title and meta descrition editable outside the code
      • Title tag on every page
      • Unique title tags
      • Meta descriptions on every page
      • Unique meta descriptions
    • H1 tag on every page
    • Page templates use semantic HTML
    • ALT text on images
    • to prevent DMOZ titles and description
    • Keywords in copy
    • Keywords in internal links
    • One optimized page per keyword
    • Does not found page return an HTTP 200 or 404?
  • External link assessment
    • External links describe site
    • Links from authoritative sites?
    • Large number of relevant links 

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

SEO Article Marketing is Dead or is it

SEO Article Marketing is Dead or is it

That is bogus For myself encountering more success with article marketing than I ever have. So too are many of my generation. Yes there are more ppl doing this nowadays, but there is such more badly written pieces online now too. Good quality content stands out.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

HAMP Loan Modification Program

some work on a clients site

March 4, 2009-The U.S. Department of Treasury released the Making Home Affordable Program for loan modifications and special refinancing terms by the nations leading banks.  The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) will offer assistance to millions of homeowners, making their mortgages more affordable and helping to prevent the destructive impact of foreclosures on families, communities and the national economy. The HAMP Program will help at risk homeowners avoid foreclosure by reducing monthly mortgage payments. The HAMP Program can reduce your interest rate as low as 2% Fixed and extend your loan to 40 years if necessary. You will also qualify for principle reduction each year while in the program. Start the process by filling out your information below. Save your home and apply today.


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Loan Modification Assistance
U.S.HomeSupport is a Professional Firm assisting homeowners to avoid foreclosure and gives them the ability to keep their homes. 

If you are behind on your mortgage, it can be very difficult to make up past payments since you may be hit with interest and penalties. These penalties can add up quickly and before you know it, there is no way to catch up.

A loan modification is your best chance to give you leverage in negotiating an interest or principal reduction on your loan balance. A loan modification proposal offered by an experienced firm may result in a more favorable loan modification agreement than your lender will offer you directly. Many modifications offered by mortgage lenders and loan servicing companies are forbearance agreements and are not a true modification to the terms of your mortgage. These types of agreements generally do not benefit the borrower in the long term and home owners facing foreclosure should consult with a real estate professional and fully understand the terms and ramifications before signing any of these documents.