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  • seo | Web Design | Techno Creative
    to the forum moderators not being strict enough with the noobs it s more the fault of the noobs posting a complete load of rubbish so they can increase post count to the point where they can add a signature this is simply because they think it s going to give them a related keyword rich link back to their site wrong The links from forums even if they don t include the no follow attribute are almost worthless anyway I just wish people would learn this That actually brings me nicely on to the next issue the number of people with seo in their name and url in the signature who have no idea what they are talking about They seem to think that spamming blogs and submitting their site to directories is going to make them rich and every reply they send is recommending that people use this approach It s driving me mad Although there are a few exceptions to this the ones which spring to mind are V7N and Cre8asite both of these are well moderated and really do have seo professionals on there not just a bunch of kids who want to get rich quick by ripping people off This entry was posted in seo and tagged forum rant seo on 01 12 2010 by steve About On Page SEO There seems to be quite a bit of confusion about what does and does not work when optimising the factors on a web page just to be totally clear about this when we refer to on page optimisation we are talking about changing the code on a page usually aspects which are not seen by the average site visitor but they help the search engines determine what a page is about Probably the single most important factor is the title tag it s essential that this has your keyword at the start it s a common mistake to put the company name first however the first words carry more weight so save the company name for the end of the tag if at all unless that is what you are optimising for Don t fill the page with keywords use your keywords by all means but whatever you do don t use them every second word it will look bad to the visitors and the search engines will just ignore it anyway If you need some ideas for alternative words which would sit well on the pages have a look at the Google wonderwheel it will give you alternative but related terms you can use on the page The keywords tag is virtually useless although it s a good place to put them so you can easily remember which terms you are optimising a page for I also tend to chuck in a few regional terms too something like Swindon Wiltshire UK I m not sure why I bother probably just force of habit I suppose Same with the description tag although this can be

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/tag/seo/ (2016-04-24)
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  • How to Promote Your Band on the Web | Web Design | Techno Creative
    to Like it by first spreading the word to all of your own friends to get a decent base of followers so it doesn t look too lonely when your new fans start to show up and then promote on any posters flyers or promotional merchandise you give out at gigs Use your page wisely keep a decent repository of links to anywhere people can hear your music or watch videos of your performances such as any YouTube clips and to reviews in local press as well as posting messages on the page which your fans will see in their news feeds about upcoming dates or anything else you want to share There is no harm in being personal posting jokes and links to other things you think are cool and related to the band that aren t directly relating to your own activities this can make your page more fun and useful to your fans but don t overdo it Most social media marketing consultants recommend to businesses that you should post no more than three times a day on Facebook to avoid looking annoying or spammy this is a good rule of thumb for bands too Use Twitter As well as Facebook give your fans a chance to follow you on Twitter too Unlike Facebook there isn t really a limit to how many tweets per day are acceptable and it is a great way to get people to interact with you and tell you what they thought of your last gig or whether they like your new idea It can also be used to start networking with people who can help you other bands in cities you d like to play in venues promoters anybody you would benefit from getting in with in fact By following them

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/band/how-to-promote-your-band-on-the-web/ (2016-04-24)
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  • band | Web Design | Techno Creative
    to create your page Get people to Like it by first spreading the word to all of your own friends to get a decent base of followers so it doesn t look too lonely when your new fans start to show up and then promote on any posters flyers or promotional merchandise you give out at gigs Use your page wisely keep a decent repository of links to anywhere people can hear your music or watch videos of your performances such as any YouTube clips and to reviews in local press as well as posting messages on the page which your fans will see in their news feeds about upcoming dates or anything else you want to share There is no harm in being personal posting jokes and links to other things you think are cool and related to the band that aren t directly relating to your own activities this can make your page more fun and useful to your fans but don t overdo it Most social media marketing consultants recommend to businesses that you should post no more than three times a day on Facebook to avoid looking annoying or spammy this is a good rule of thumb for bands too Use Twitter As well as Facebook give your fans a chance to follow you on Twitter too Unlike Facebook there isn t really a limit to how many tweets per day are acceptable and it is a great way to get people to interact with you and tell you what they thought of your last gig or whether they like your new idea It can also be used to start networking with people who can help you other bands in cities you d like to play in venues promoters anybody you would benefit from getting in

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/category/band/ (2016-04-24)
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  • party band | Web Design | Techno Creative
    blurb to create your page Get people to Like it by first spreading the word to all of your own friends to get a decent base of followers so it doesn t look too lonely when your new fans start to show up and then promote on any posters flyers or promotional merchandise you give out at gigs Use your page wisely keep a decent repository of links to anywhere people can hear your music or watch videos of your performances such as any YouTube clips and to reviews in local press as well as posting messages on the page which your fans will see in their news feeds about upcoming dates or anything else you want to share There is no harm in being personal posting jokes and links to other things you think are cool and related to the band that aren t directly relating to your own activities this can make your page more fun and useful to your fans but don t overdo it Most social media marketing consultants recommend to businesses that you should post no more than three times a day on Facebook to avoid looking annoying or spammy this is a good rule of thumb for bands too Use Twitter As well as Facebook give your fans a chance to follow you on Twitter too Unlike Facebook there isn t really a limit to how many tweets per day are acceptable and it is a great way to get people to interact with you and tell you what they thought of your last gig or whether they like your new idea It can also be used to start networking with people who can help you other bands in cities you d like to play in venues promoters anybody you would benefit from getting

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/tag/party-band/ (2016-04-24)
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  • promotion | Web Design | Techno Creative
    to create your page Get people to Like it by first spreading the word to all of your own friends to get a decent base of followers so it doesn t look too lonely when your new fans start to show up and then promote on any posters flyers or promotional merchandise you give out at gigs Use your page wisely keep a decent repository of links to anywhere people can hear your music or watch videos of your performances such as any YouTube clips and to reviews in local press as well as posting messages on the page which your fans will see in their news feeds about upcoming dates or anything else you want to share There is no harm in being personal posting jokes and links to other things you think are cool and related to the band that aren t directly relating to your own activities this can make your page more fun and useful to your fans but don t overdo it Most social media marketing consultants recommend to businesses that you should post no more than three times a day on Facebook to avoid looking annoying or spammy this is a good rule of thumb for bands too Use Twitter As well as Facebook give your fans a chance to follow you on Twitter too Unlike Facebook there isn t really a limit to how many tweets per day are acceptable and it is a great way to get people to interact with you and tell you what they thought of your last gig or whether they like your new idea It can also be used to start networking with people who can help you other bands in cities you d like to play in venues promoters anybody you would benefit from getting in

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/tag/promotion/ (2016-04-24)
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  • wedding band | Web Design | Techno Creative
    blurb to create your page Get people to Like it by first spreading the word to all of your own friends to get a decent base of followers so it doesn t look too lonely when your new fans start to show up and then promote on any posters flyers or promotional merchandise you give out at gigs Use your page wisely keep a decent repository of links to anywhere people can hear your music or watch videos of your performances such as any YouTube clips and to reviews in local press as well as posting messages on the page which your fans will see in their news feeds about upcoming dates or anything else you want to share There is no harm in being personal posting jokes and links to other things you think are cool and related to the band that aren t directly relating to your own activities this can make your page more fun and useful to your fans but don t overdo it Most social media marketing consultants recommend to businesses that you should post no more than three times a day on Facebook to avoid looking annoying or spammy this is a good rule of thumb for bands too Use Twitter As well as Facebook give your fans a chance to follow you on Twitter too Unlike Facebook there isn t really a limit to how many tweets per day are acceptable and it is a great way to get people to interact with you and tell you what they thought of your last gig or whether they like your new idea It can also be used to start networking with people who can help you other bands in cities you d like to play in venues promoters anybody you would benefit from getting

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/tag/wedding-band/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Professional Web Design & SEO | Web Design | Techno Creative
    site is live work need not stop we can monitor your site visitors which pages they find your site from which they land on and where they go next this information helps us to refine the site and help channel visitors to the pages you want them on such as an enquiry form or a page with a buy now option on it Of course just having a website is not usually enough on it s own as unless you advertise your URL through traditional methods such as print and networking you will likely need the site optimised so it can be found in the search engines We have a small team who specialise in exactly this they can work on various aspects of your pages and build links back to the site to help people to find your site instead of your competitions We work with eco seo com for SEO based projects so if you need a local seo company to help you build and design your website then make it friendly for Google Bing Yahoo and Ask please contact us to see how our services could help you develop your companies online presence If you are very

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/seo/professional-web-design-seo/ (2016-04-24)
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  • ethical seo | Web Design | Techno Creative
    I m not saying you shouldn t test it for yourself but just be aware that many old techniques can now carry a penalty do do it with extreme caution below I have listed a few examples of very old techniques which if applied to a website nowadays is much more likely to cause you long term issues than it is to help you edge your way up the rankings The oldest trick in the book is hiding elements of the page it s well documented and don t believe that just because you found some guru preaching the benefits of these techniques that it wont cause you problems The most typical examples being The same colour text as the background it doesn t matter if it s red on red or indigo on indigo the search engines can see it Don t believe me Try it then hilight the entire contents of the web page and you will spot it clear as day if I can find it that easily you can be sure that Google MSN and all the others can just as easily Tiny text again this did work many moons ago and I remember using it in point 1 size and using it to underline the visible text on a page but that was a very long time ago and no before you even give it any thought point 0 doesn t work either lol creating links which can t easily be seen an example being using a decimal point or other character on a page to link out somewhere else To see just how easy it is to identify look at the source code of any web page which contains some outbound links on it you will easily see where it links to this is

    Original URL path: http://www.technocreative.co.uk/tag/ethical-seo/ (2016-04-24)
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