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If you do a web search for "Search Engine Submission" you'll see a lot of ads for services to help you out:
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If you use one of these paid services to have your site submitted to search engines, you might as well burn your money.
There's two very simple reasons why these services are not worth it.
It's All About Market Share
The first reason is market share - there are only two search engines that you need care about, which will drive 97-99% of the traffic for most websites. (more…)
Happy Christmas & Good Will toward you and yours! From Alistair and Alastair at SelfAssemblySites
Matt Sawyer from Datadial wrote a really super blog post on the different types of content used on websites, particularly in relation to SEO:
A phrase that you often hear being thrown about by SEOs is "content is king", Although this is (arguably) true, I think that in many cases this just leads to commercial webmasters blindly adding low-quality content to their websites for the sake of it without really considering if it is beneficial to them in any way.
It is incredibly important to understand that different kinds of content act in different ways and using different types of content in different areas of your website can drastically influence traffic, sales and conversion rates.
Great post, definitely worth a read. Those involved in e-commerce should check out the Firebox example.
(Thanks to Michael Gray for tipping me off about this post)