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We create a simple and effective way for you to gain online exposure and reach your target audience by ensuring that your business comes up first on organic search results.
We create a simple and effective way for you to gain online exposure and reach your target audience by ensuring that your business comes up first on organic search results.

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To the question “How much local SEO will cost?” we can tell that the answer is based on competition for the keywords you’re targeting.  Several parts have to be crossed to reach assessing small business SEO local competition. Those parts to follow will deal with manual assessment tools then with tools for automatic the assessment process.

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Local SEO is a must for anyone who wants increased local sales and a higher business profile. It helps to drive local traffic to your website which will ultimately increase your revenue. Millions of local customers use Google or other search engines everyday to find the best local business in their area

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If you’ve spent time perusing our site, you’ve seen the phrase “local SEO” used over and over again. But what, you may ask, is the difference between local SEO and regular SEO? Is there a difference? And just how significant is that difference? We’ve got your answer right here.

For more information please visit:

http://www.geoseo.net/how-to-do-local-seo/

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Strategies like blogs, content, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and other media are essential to the success of local SEO. In addition to achieving more traffic for your site, the best SEO techniques can result in higher quality traffic.
 
Let’s take a moment to talk about the most essential Local SEO tips that will help to stay ahead of the competition.

For more information please visit:

http://www.geoseo.net/the-most-essential-local-seo-tips/

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Where does Google stand when it comes to securing links from article marketing, widgets, footers, themes, and more?

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http://www.geoseo.net/seo-hosting-matt-cutts-on-quality-links-link-building/

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I was gonna ask how many power bloggers there are but I think that there is a few power. How many people are relatively new bloggers, WordPress your first WordsCamp. Ok, very cool. Well, there is a good reason you might care what I have to say which is on the head of the web spam or entire web spam team at Google.

For more information please visit:

http://www.geoseo.net/matt-cutts-from-google-on-wordpress-seo/

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Our company’s mission is to popularize Your business and bring it to the first page of the Google Search results. Here, at GeoSEO Local SEO Company, we do exactly that. We understand that Google accounts for more than two-thirds of Internet searches. In order to be seen and chosen before the competition, your website must rank on Google’s first page. Our local SEO software helps you throw your hat in the ring by increasing the visibility of your business in geographically related searches. 
 
To help you understand our process, we want to explain in a simple language how Google’s Search engine works and how often Google comes to your page.

For more information please visit:

http://www.geoseo.net/geoseo-tip-how-often-google-comes-to-your-website/

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GeoSEO is a local search engine optimization plugin which creates a series of pages based on your keywords and location you serve. Please watch our video presentation above and the video script is available bellow.

Welcome to GeoSEO.

My name is Brian and today I’m gonna show you what we basically do here and what we can do for your business.

OK, here is the client NJ Express Limo Service just came and ask us to get his website presence improved in search engines for all local cities and towns in NJ for keyword “Limo Service”. Here we’ve got his website and as you can see here he’s got some content, keywords and local cities so who ever did his SEO it is no longer works that way where you can throw all your keywords in one page and hopping to get some rankings for those keywords.

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The question is “What is the ideal keyword destiny: 0.7%, 7%, or 77%? Or is it some other number? Ok…keyword density. Let’s talk about it a little bit. A lot of people think that there is just one recipe and you can just follow that, like baking cookies and if you follow it to the letter, you will rank number one. And that’s just not the way it works. Um…so, if you think that you can just say “Ok, I’m gonna have 14.5% keyword density or 7%, or 77% and now it mean that our rank is number one. That’s really not the case.  That’s not the way that Search Engine Rankings work.
 
So, the way that modern Search Engine Ranking – the Googleis built. Is that the first time you mention the word, you know: “Hey, that’s pretty interesting”- that’s about that word. The next time you mention the word: “ Oh…ok”- it’s still about that word. And once you start to mention it a whole lot, it really doesn’t help them much more. There is diminishing return. It’s just an incremental benefit, but it is really not that large. And then what you will find is if you continue to repeat stuff over and over again then you in danger of gaining into key word stuffing or gibberish, those kinds of things. So, the first one or two times you mention a word, then that might help your ranking, absolutely. Um…but because you can say seven or eight times that doesn’t mean that it will necessarily help your rankings.
 
So, the way to think about it is this:
Think about the key word that you would like to have in your copy.
 Make sure that your copy is long enough and you can work those key words in to your copy in the natural way and not an artificial way.
And my recommendation is to either read it aloud, or read it to someone else, or have someone else read it. And sort of say “Do you spotted anything that’s artificial, or stilted, or it doesn’t quite read right?” And if you can read through the copy, and have it read naturally, where a person is not going to be annoyed by it, then you’re doing relatively well. But if you, like, one of this guys where all you doing is – “I know you are interested in red widgets, because red widgets are one of the best things in the world to have. And if you are an expert on red widgets, then you’ll know that a best source of the red widgets is blah, blah, blah”. Then, that’s really going too far. You can really kind of tell, whenever you land on the page if you are an experienced SEO, if someone just like trying get the same phrase on the page as many times as possible because it’s just looks fake. And that’s the sort of area in that niche  where we try to say: “ok”, rather than helping, let’s make that hurt a little bit.
 
So, I would love it if people could stop obsessing about keyword density. You know, it’s going to vary. It is going to vary by area. it’s going to vary based on what other sites are ranking it. There is not a hard and fast rule. Anybody, who tells you that there is a hard fast rule, you might be careful, because they might be selling you keyword density software or something along those lines. So, I hope that it helps. Maybe we can dispel that misconception and people realize that not worry that much about it. Just make a sure that you have the words which you want to have on the page. Make sure that they read naturally. And you should be in a pretty good shape. Thanks very much!

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When it comes to search engine optimization, domain age is an important factor in determining rankings.
For closer look at how domain age can impact your site’s visibility,  please view the following video by Google’s Matt Cutts:

Matt Cutts: Is Domain Age Important for Search Engine Rankings?
The first thing that you need to know is that who is data is not generally available, even if you are a registrar, and who is data can vary from TLD  (top-level domain) country code, for example, .fi for Finland; .in for India.
Wondering about linking top-level domain names together? Click here to see what we have to say about that.
 
And in general sometimes whose data is on website and all that sort of stuff. So what is much easier is to say when did we first see your web site, when we did first crawl it. We did actually file a patent on using a historical data in the search results, and that issued back in 2005. So there are a lot of ways that you can think about the age of domain. For example when did you first see a link to a domain as opposed to when did u first crawl it. And where are a lot of things you can look at, like how stale is the data, and stuff like that. But a good way to think about it is often the vast majority of the time we will have coverage for when we first crawled the domain, and when we first saw a link to a domain. And that is going to be a lot more useful than, perhaps who is data you might not be able to get for every single domain.
 
So in general, how important is it for the web site authority?
To read more about how website authority can effect search engine rankings, click here. My answer is not to worry that much.  The difference between the domain that is six months old versus a year old is really not that big at all. As long as you have been around for at least of couple of months you should be able to make sure that you are able to show up in the search results. So a lot of people are talking about: ‘Oh, I wanna get pre aged domains’ or ‘I wanna get domains from 1994’, or something like that. And that is not typically something that you need to worry about. I would say it is often you need to go ahead and buy a web site, put a placeholder page to tell people what is coming and when just go ahead and develop the web site. And by the time you get your website live, often that two or three months time line already.
 
So just something to bear in mind, whose data is not generally available, even though the Google is a registrar, who is registrar that is not something that you get automatically from being a registrar or as when you crawl the web you end up finding new domains, relatively quickly after they registered, because of the links to those domains. And when you first crawl domain or when you first are able to see a link to a domain can be a very nice way to measure how old the domain is. So a lot of the times, whenever you are saying: ‘search other some given subject’, like mine art, you can see on the left hand side where is now a place where you can slice and dice by different dates. So that is actually a combination of different dates, but for example, it could have used when we first saw a page or when we first saw a domain name. You might also take into account when it was last updated and all that sorts of stuff.
 
But in general, I wouldn’t obsess about trying to have an old domain. The fact it is mostly the quality of your content, and the sort of links that you get as a result of the quality of your content. That determine how well you are going to rank in the search engines.
 
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