AdWords can be your best friend or your worst enemy. As your best friend, AdWords can get your company, product, or service to the top of Google or to its extensive ‘Display Network’ within minutes. Continue reading
San Jose, California – March 7, 2017. The JM Internet Group, a leader in SEO training online, is proud to announce that it is soliciting submissions for its popular list of SEO Books. In addition to publishing the best-selling SEO Fitness Workbook 2017, the company maintains a list of top-rated SEO books. The purpose is to help small business owners and marketers educate themselves on how to “do it themselves” in terms of search engine optimization.
We’ll assume you’ve done the basics necessary for local SEO. By basics, I would suggest – Continue reading
San Jose, California – February 22, 2017. The JM Internet Group, a leader in online SEO training, is proud to announce an an important review milestone for Jason McDonald’s 2017 book on search engine optimization, the SEO Fitness Workbook 2017. This popular SEO book has topped forty review on Amazon.com, and is scheduled to come out, soon, in audio format.
San Jose, California – January 31, 2017. The JM Internet Group, a leader in online SEO training, is proud to announce an update to its popular list of best SEO conferences for 2017. SEO or “Search Engine Optimization” is the art and science of propelling a company, product or service to the top of search engines such as Google or Bing. In addition to online training, blog posts, and webinars, many practitioners find it useful to attend real-world trade shows on SEO.
San Jose, California – January 23, 2017. The JM Internet Group, a leader in online SEO training, is proud to announce an update to its popular list of best SEO books for 2017. The list of books on Search Engine Optimization or “SEO” has summaries, ratings, and direct links to Amazon.com where the interested reader can peruse and purchase any, or all, of these important books on small business Internet marketing.
What is ‘Keyword Stuffing?’ Can you go too far, or not far enough when it comes to inserting keywords into SEO-optimized content?