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The 7 Secrets of RSS and SEO – SEMpdx Event Recap

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Paul Colligan presented seven secrets of RSS and SEO at the May 8th SEMpdx event held at The Portland EcoTrust Building. It was an informative evening about the positive ways search engine marketers can use RSS to benefit SEO. Here are some key takeaways Amplify gleaned from Paul’s presentation: – RSS helps improve the ISYOT effect (ISYOT stands for “I’ve …

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12 Actionable Things to Measure on Your Website

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A recent article in Larry Chase’s Web Digest for Marketer’s pointed to some obvious and not so obvious items to keep in mind when evaluating the success of any website. At Amplify we have a core list of measurable items, but will tailor the KPI’s according to the client. This is a fairly comprehensive list of actionable items: Segment Your …

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Innotech 2007 Session: Search 2.0: Advanced SEO & PPC Techniques

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The last session write-up I’m going to write is about the Search 2.0: Advanced SEO & PPC Techniques session I attended. The presenters for the session were: – Hallie Janssen, Account Director, Anvil Media, Inc. – Scott Orth, Director of Internet Marketing Strategies, GTS Services This session proved to be more of a “refresher” for me but the speakers did …

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Innotech 2007 Presentation Recap: SEM Building Blocks

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As promised, here are some links I wanted to make available for the attendees: http://del.icio.us/Amplify.Interactive/innotech http://www.sempdx.org/ The fact that the InnoTech emarketing summit sold out prior to the first day of the event highlights the interest in the business community here. The two-day conference featured plenty of great content regarding not only search engine marketing, but also email, building community, …

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Having a Custom 404 Error Page is Important

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Whenever Amplify Interactive engages in an SEO project with a client, we always express the need for a custom 404 error page. Without having some sort of custom 404 error page present on your site, someone who stumbles upon an error gets to see that “dead end” of a page, often instilling some sort of loss in consumer confidence for …

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