As a means of raising the profile of The Carter Center and driving traffic to our website, Stephan Spencer suggested that President Carter write a blog. We took that suggestion, developed a strategy around a trip to the West African countries of Togo, Ghana, and Mali, and posted regular blogs from President Carter (with photos, sidebars and news stories, and links to related material on our site) over the course of eight days.
From the fundamentals of link building to the nuances of natural linking patterns, virality, and authority.
Bloggers Aren’t at Fault for Comments Made on Their Site
A good SEO knows the importance of monitoring the discussions going on in your comments and in your forums. It’s for several reasons – it is a great way to get insight into what your visitors want, but it is also important for reputation management and for spam management. It should be noted, however, that […]Read More
Speaking Engagements & Past Presentations
We at Netconcepts love sharing our passion for SEO, ecommerce, PPC, and online marketing in all its facets (blogs, email, RSS, microsites, etc.) and educating others on ways they can get more from their Internet marketing initiatives. Upcoming seminars, panels and workshops Search Engine Optimization & Marketing with Stephan Spencer, an AMA Training Series (January […]Read More
Netconcepts Reports 34% Year-over-Year Increase in Retail Natural Search Sales for Black Friday through Cyber Monday
MADISON, WI â?? December 2, 2009 â?? When consumers went looking for their holiday bargains this year, more than ever before turned to online search engines rather than standing in lines. Netconcepts, a leader in natural search marketing conducted a study across a sampling of its online retail clients. These retailers averaged an increase of […]Read More