On Page vs. Off Page SEO

in Search Engine Optimization Myths by Jeffrey_Smith 21 Comments

Just like the argument of which came first the chicken or the egg, in SEO circles, the question over which type of optimization (on page or off page SEO) is more important has echoed as a debate for years. On Page Vs. Off Page SEO While this post could easily tip in either direction, let’s Read More

DWS 2.5 Update: Introducing the New Keyword Decisions Screen

in SEO Videos by Jeffrey_Smith 7 Comments

Below is a sneak peak of the keyword decisions screen for Domain Web Studio 2.5 prior to the DWS 3.0 update. For the past few weeks I’ve been working with Matt “The Mad Scientist” Da Cruz as he meticulously fine-tuned the SEO metrics and custom parameters built into the “rules engine” for this update. SEO’s Read More

SEO Tips for 2011

in SEO Tips by Jeffrey_Smith 23 Comments

To kick-off the new year in style, we would like to share a few useful and practical SEO tips for 2011. Each keyword should be carefully considered as a business investment, not just from a viewpoint of  a trophy phrase or ranking conquest to quell your competition. SEO Tips for 2011 Acquiring a raking for Read More

What is Website Silo Site Architecture?

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 19 Comments

You may have heard about website silo architecture or theming your website, but what does it mean? How to Theme and Silo Your Website For those unfamiliar with the jargon or techie nomenclature; siloing simply means categorizing semantic content using a series of inter-linked posts which are ring-fenced to each other to consolidates the collective Read More

SEO Tools for On Page & Off Page SEO

in SEO Tools by Jeffrey_Smith 7 Comments

When you’re tired of playing childish games like leap-frog in the search results with your competition and are ready to change the subject from recess to biology and literally dissect their SEO game. You’ll need to break out some real SEO tools to analyze your on page and off page SEO efforts. 3 SEO Tools Read More

The Last Keyword Tool You’ll Ever Need

in SEO Tools by Jeffrey_Smith 12 Comments

There is a reason why they call this The Last Keyword Tool; since it’s the last keyword tool you will ever need, once you understand how to harness and unlock its awesome market-penetrating skills. Take a look over Sue Bell’s shoulder (the CEO of Themezoom and co-creator of the Krakken and The Last Keyword Tool) Read More

Organic Search: Top Keyword Modifiers Revealed!

in How To Reference Material by Jeffrey_Smith

You have to dig deep to discover the roots of organic search when plotting which keywords and audiences are candidates for conversion. Get to the Root of Organic Search Modifiers Instead of haphazardly targeting nebulous keywords or competitive rankings; since ranking for the wrong keywords costs you time, missed opportunity and money. Organic search is Read More

Domain Web Studio 3.0: SEO Tools for SERIOUS Online Marketing!

in Internet News by Jeffrey_Smith 20 Comments

Warning: If you currently provide SEO or SEM services, use PPC or Affiliate Marketing for your website(s), consider yourself “put on notice” that the market-devouring collaboration between Theme Zoom and DomainWeb Studio’s DWS 3.0 is coming. When it arrives, let’s just say the evolution of keyword research, push-button optimized site architecture and SEO as we Read More

How to Create Stronger Websites with Fewer Links

in SEO Resources by Jeffrey_Smith 6 Comments

Today, we discuss how to create stronger websites and rank higher with fewer links using your own website as a pivotal dynamo for on page SEO. Create Stronger Websites with Fewer Links There is a distinct correlation between seed keywords, site structure and rankings. For those who omit these critical connections are inadvertently creating more Read More

Which Type of Website Should I Make?

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 10 Comments

After deciding which type of website to make (an authority site or niche site) determines which SEO approach you unleash on your competition. Niche Site or Authority Site? This scope and search engine optimization method depends on which keywords you are targeting and how profitable the yield of traffic is to your conversion funnel for Read More

SEO and Google Search Engine Result Pages

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 3 Comments

With the mass amount of beta tests executed on search algorithms within the Googleplex, search results can often seem like “mixed-fruit” or a “tossed salad” for business owners trying to get a grip on where they rank and for which keywords. Sifting Through Organic Search Engine Results The purpose of this posts is to reveal Read More

Homepage Replaced by Internal Page in Google SERPs

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 8 Comments

Many of you may have noticed your homepage disappearing for certain keywords or rankings in search engines only to be replaced by an internal “more relevant” internal page. While this is a concern for SEO and conversion, there are two sides to this “situation” that you can benefit from, if you take Google’s lead. Where Read More