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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Bold or Strong… Which is Better for SEO?

Some SEO folks used to believe that you could gain some small amount of relevancy by placing your keyword in a BOLD tag rather than using it in a STRONG tag. Continue reading

Are Directory Listings Still Relevant

Directory listings should not be your only link building strategy but they should play a part in your overall link building plan. Continue reading

Using Tags on Your Web Pages

While tags can certainly be used to help your readers find related information about what they are reading, they can also be overused or abused by some... either intentionally or unintentionally. Continue reading

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    Every third Thursday of the month, we host a Tampa SEO meetup at Peabody’s in New Tampa.

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