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SEO Successes in Recent Months

March 27th, 2010 1 comment

I just posted a new static page about some recent successful SEO and Internet marketing.  I don’t have much time to update this site nor do I care to, as I have plenty of work to do right now.

I should admit that not everything I work on has been a great success. In almost all cases where things have not worked out as well or have had middling results, there is a shortage of commitment from companies.

I can do some SEO that will keep your company afloat but you need to help me out. You need to update the design of your site, for example, especially as more pages are added and your site’s design falls farther behind the times and changes to search engine algorithms.

That being said, I am still pleased to be well ahead of the curve in some cases and doing stuff that still works, in other cases.

I should blog more – but I am just overbooked.

Ideal SEO architecture

September 11th, 2009 1 comment

A while ago, Rand Fishkin gave a great whiteboard on flat site architecture. Implicit in his discussion was the fact that you can create a one million page site with every page very visible to search engines – if you execute the architecture correctly.

I did a redrawing of his flat site map for a client today. My graphic skills suck. But the concept is definitely smart.

Ideal SEO architecture with a million pages reasonably close to site root.