Who is winning the 2013 Australian Election in Social Media?

Posted on 28. May, 2013 by in Election, Social Media

  Just under 3 years ago we wrote about who was winning the 2010 Australian Election based on Social Media. We incorrectly suggested that, although it was close, the Libs would win because they had a far greater following online. This time we are improving our methodology, and once again we are trying to find out […]

Highest Quality Content Checklist

Posted on 18. May, 2013 by in SEO

Based on Google’s guidelines for their search reviewers, here is our checklist to generating the highest quality content. This is what will distinguish your content from other average pages. Does your page title match the content? Does your page description match the content? Do the page description and title accurately describe the content? If someone found your […]

Improving your SEO with Google Search Quality guidelines

Posted on 18. May, 2013 by in Google, SEO

  Google’s uses human quality raters to grade search results. Last year, potpiegirl found a document from Google entitled “2011 Google Quality Raters Handbook”. We wrote a summary back then that we used to help our clients with their SEO. Recently a new version of the document was found. Shortly after this document was leaked, Google decided to release a version […]

The Benefits of Being Digital in the Health Insurance Market

Posted on 06. May, 2013 by in Marketing

The health insurance market has grown dramatically over the last several decades. In fact, it is growing so fast, many in the industry are struggling to keep up. One of the reasons for the substantial growth is the introduction of digital technology. People no longer have to wait for test results or answers to their […]

REA-XML to WordPress Real Estate Website

Posted on 02. May, 2013 by in Web Design

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  http://www.oneagencygroup.com.au   Features: REAXML import to WordPress Real Estate Property Search Image Ready Blogging Social Media Push SEO We built this wordpress website for real estate agency. The site pulls real estate listings from a REA-XML feed that includes the images. These are fed into the portfolio section of the website.

Essential Tips For Creating An Ad Campaign On Google Adwords

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

The internet has revolutionized the marketing paradigm and with Google being the most widely used search engine in the world, it is clear why marketers should concentrate on advertising through it. It is estimated that today, around 2 millions searches are made on Google every day and these searches comprise of searches made by people […]

Custom Website Design Vs. Template Vs. Build Your own via Software

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of 3 various varieties of paths you could take to get a internet site up and running for your business. The first one we are going to look at is Custom Site Designs (Instance: Tulsa Website Design) Custom Site Design is a wonderful way to go if […]

Some Enterprise-Class Features of Google Analytics

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Analytics

Over the last few years GA has been something like ‘genie’s magical lamp’. It’s almost certainly offering everything that is in your wish list. Since 2008, Google started enriching its features list, in particular, for Google Analytics Beta. All these added (some are still to be added) features are designed to confer the Beta users with […]

Click Frenzy Crashes Site – How It Could Have Been Avoided

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

  504 Gateway Timeouts are common on websites that experience high levels of traffic, but are unprepared. It basically means that your browser did not receive a response quick enough from the website you are browsing to. Your browser goes through these steps before it builds datal; Obtain an IP address Open an IP socket […]

Calculating ROI on Link Building Activities

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in SEO

Link building: we know we should do it. Most of us spend a good amount of effort and time linking to our own content as well as finding thought-provoking links from other blogs and informational sites. However, sometimes it seems as if we’ve working in a vacuum. How do we know that those links and […]

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