Archive for September, 2010

Create Ego Search Feeds for Reverse SEO

Monday, September 27th, 2010

Ego searches are free and simple searches designed to monitor blogs and news portals for mentions of your company, product, competitors or other specific keywords. Conducting ego searches not only allows  you to stay informed, but also allows you to maintain a strategic advantage over competing companies. A number of new Internet services are freely available that make these  ego searches painless and easy.

Ego Search Feeds

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Album Reminder

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Never miss a new music album release! Album Reminder notifies you of new music releases of your favorite artists via email & RSS.

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RSS to GeoConverter

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

RSS is a family of web feed formats, specified in XML and used for Web syndication. GeoRSS is a way to encode location in an RSS feed.

The GeoNames RSS to GeoRSS Converter reads the entries of an RSS feed and searches the GeoNames Database to find a location for the entry text. If a relevant location is found, its latitude and longitude are added to the RSS feed using the GeoRSS encoding.

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7 Common Web Mistakes

Monday, September 20th, 2010

Many webmasters work very hard on their websites, but they often overlook glaringly-obvious mistakes that may be costing them sales or potential customers. Here are what we consider the Top 7 such mistakes…

1. JavaScript Navigation
Many website visitors now have JavaScript turned off or disabled in their web browsers, due to ever-increasing security concerns. If you are using JavaScript in your navigation menus, some potential customers may be unable to navigate your website. More often than not, this means that potential customers will click away and turn to a competitor. In addition to avoiding JavaScript navigation, you should also avoid using JavaScript in the ordering process. Ordering systems that require JavaScript to function may also result in your customers being unable to purchase, and going somewhere else instead!

7 Mistakes that Can Cost You Money

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Small Business Blogs and RSS

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Two of the best and powerful promoting tools for small business today are blogs and RSS feeds. They are simple to set up and offer many benefits for the small business owner. You need to create an extensive network of contacts to make the most monetary proceeds and accolades from the small business trade industry related to your small business.

Small Business Blogs and RSS

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