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Google Your Way to the Top of Your Industry!
It’s great to have a punchy Web site, but if you aren’t optimizing your search-engine presence, you’re just another company lost in cyberspace.
With Be #1 on Google, you can instantly put your company in the top spot of relevant online searches—and dramatically increase sales. An international expert in search-engine optimization, Jon Smith explains how to draw serious customers—not curious or bored Web surfers—to your site by Registering with Google Coming up with the best keywords Thinking like your customers Making your site totally accessible Using metadata to your advantage Advertising on the Web Measuring what works, and what doesn’t
Containing 52 techniques in all, each of which can used immediately, Be #1 on Google is the essential guide to winning the battle for first ranking on the world’s most utilized search engine.
I have read good books on Google and this one is excellent. It is a quick read with lots of great ideas. Although it was written a few years ago it is still relevant and concentrates in inbound marketing
Short and Sweet
on January 25, 2010
By Jason P. Lim
It’s a rather small book. Definitely not one of those bible reference books. However I don’t have lots of time to read through deep explanations. Not all 52 tools (more like tips) are groundbreaking, but it’s a great laundry list of things anyone can do to put you up higher on the totem pole. Quick and dirty tips without the lengthy references and historical context. I liked the book.
Fifty-two Tips To Make Your Website More Visible
on October 23, 2009
By James R. Holland
By the time the reader finishes reading, dog-earing pages and highlighting important tips in this workbook it will seem to be twice as thick. It’s jam packed with helpful information. And one of the best things about applying these ideas is that the author has focused on the improvements that can be done for free. For example: “Yahoo offers a keyword checker, but what else can you use to find out more? Well, there are a selection of sites offering business-critical information about keywords; some you pay for, some you don’t. I’m going to concentrate on the free information because it’s strong and accurate, and if you are happy to invest the time, why pay someone else?”
pretty handy got my company up there
on January 20, 2013
By Robert A. Anchundia
took a few tips and my website avapplianceservice.com is in first page in google for many keywords in the nyc area.