Posts tagged with ‘SEO’

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Joomla to WordPress Migration for Midway Animal Hospital

by Frogtown
    MIdway Animal Hospital - WordPress

    Frogtown’s North Georgia Web Design converts Joomla to WordPress for Midway Animal Hospital

    CUMMING, GEORGIA –December 22, 2015 – Frogtown completed a website conversion from Joomla to WordPress for our friends at Midway Animal Hospital.

    3 SEO Pillars for 2014

    by Frogtown

      Entrepreneur Magazine asks the question “Is SEO dead?”.  The answer is a solid NO! Savvy small business owners are learning to avoid the SEO snake oil and stay focused on the 3 pillars of a sound SEO strategy.  An article we wrote back in 2010 is still applicable today (Search Ranking Lessons from the Tortoise) […]

      Attract Search Engines While Engaging Your Readers

      by Frogtown

        Writing website content can be a tough balancing act.  We want to write keyword rich content to attract search engine crawlers, but how do you do that without losing your reader’s interest? Michelle Wicmandy wrote a great article for Website Magazine with techniques to satisfy both audiences.

        Search Ranking Lessons from the Tortoise

        by Frogtown
          SEO Lessons from the Tortoise

          It’s been a while since I’ve had to drive during rush hour to downtown Atlanta, but I quickly resumed old habits. Always looking for the fastest lane, I passed in front of an 18-wheeler on the right and worked my way back and forth. Just as I was feeling pleased with my progress and the […]

          Top 10 Writing Tips to Attract Search Engines

          by Frogtown

            You don’t have to sacrifice the quality of your work in order to create content that is search engine optimized and will help improve your ranking with the major search engines, explains Pierre Zorkian. By integrating certain important elements into your website content, directory submission articles, blog posts and social media content, you can make […]

            What is a Long Tail search?

            by Frogtown

              A Long Tail search is an search phrase with five or more words. As internet consumers become more savvy, they tend to use search phrases with more words.  Between December 2009 and January 2010, queries of five or more words increased 6 percent. Shorter search queries (those of one to four words) in the same […]

              Bing: Gaining Ground on Google

              by Frogtown

                The December, 2010 report from HitWise shows Google accounted for 71.49 percent of all U.S. searches in January 2010, which is a one percent decrease from the previous month. The big news is that Bing increased its search market share 5% in the same period! While Google still reigns supreme, we need to keep our […]

                Search Engine Wars: News from the frontline

                by Frogtown

                  Google still reigns when it comes to the largest share of search engine traffic.  Based on the chart, there’s virtually no change from 2008 to 2009.  We’ll have to see if Bing can make a dent in Google market share.   Let’s take a look at how visitors are finding websites…. You can see how […]

                  10 Ideas to build links and traffic

                  by Frogtown

                    Linkbaiting is a widely used term to describe strategies where new web content or services are created specifically to boost rankings through attracting lots of inbound links. Some argue that linkbaiting is an unnecessary term which just means ‘great content’. Nevertheless, it is a neat term that prompts marketers to focus their minds on what […]