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Search Engine Ranking

You’re likely reading this article because your web traffic has plateaued, or has yet to organically rank for highly competitive keywords.

Most everyone (okay, not everyone) knows the name of the game for bloggers or website owners is how much organic search traffic a website realizes.

If you’ve ever attempted to launch a website of any sort, then you’ve likely encountered the difficulties and challenges in getting your website to rank across major search engines.

I’m here today to change your unsatisfactory experience into one of satisfaction, and hopefully equip you to realize greater search exposure and traffic conversions for your website. Continue reading

A week or so ago, I introduced you to the Facebook Graph API using PHP.

Although the Facebook Graph API can be used to retrieve a trove of wide-ranging data, I specifically showed you step-by-step how to retrieve the total count for a unique URL’s likes, shares, and comments.

Today, I’m going to show you the same, but this time using JavaScript and jQuery, a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify client-side scripting of HTML. Continue reading

A few weeks ago, one of my many websites crossed the thousand like club for Facebook likes.

It was a time to celebrate!  Why?

Well, this particular website is a local and somewhat a hyper micro-niche. To be honest, I’m surprised and elated this website has 1000+ likes.

Nevertheless, crossing the 1000+ Facebook like club renders the like button differently.

Instead of being able to now see that there are 1,024 likes, the Facebook like button for this specific website now only shows “1K”.

And because I don’t have a Facebook Fan, Business, or Profile page associated with this website, this adds yet another degree of difficulty in attempting to understand exactly how many likes, shares, and comments exist for website URL, also known as website domain name. Continue reading

From buildings to phones to emails to tv shows to movies to domain names, emoji have taken over almost every area of life known to man.

Reading Barry Schwartz’s latest article, it sounds like pay-per-click advertising is the next target ripe for emoji marketing spending. Continue reading

A few months ago, I help to launch a website for a customer. This particular customer’s old website consisted of 4 different WordPress installations.

Yes, you read the last sentence correctly: 4 different WordPress websites.

At the time this customer contacted me inquiring about search marketing services, they had no clue that their website and 3 blogs were operating 4 different WordPress installs in a shared hosting environment.

None of the WordPress installs were updated. And to add insult to injury, there were plugins that hadn’t been updated as well as plugins installed and not being used.

Talk about slow as molasses? Continue reading

DNSeattle was everything it was billed to be and more.

The weather was perfect. The location and venue were great. There was a good selection of music, food, and beverage on hand.

And of course, there was not a shortage of domain hobbyists, investors, and professionals in attendance at Amazon’s campus (Terry Avenue) in downtown Seattle.

DNSeattle at Amazon.com Continue reading

Don’t you just despise those long, ugly and gnarly WordPress Media Library links?

You know the ones I’m talking about, right?

The ones that looking something like this:

https://www.kickstartcommerce.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/21/article-one.pdf

I don’t know about you, but I long to make the “wp-content/uploads/2017/04/21/“ section of WordPress Media Library links vanish like visiting the Bermuda Triangle. But how? Continue reading



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