H tags and SEO

Published on June 6, 2011


LARGE PRINT DRAWS ATTENTION! Newspapers use headlines as a way of drawing attention and summarizing the smaller print that follows. We’re going to talk a little bit about header tags or “H tags” and how to use them to help your website. In the early days of the Internet, there were no fancy ways of […]

The Power of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) SEO Software

Published on December 29, 2010

Bag Of Money

There are hundreds of SEO companies across the country who offer SEO services such as Link Building and Content Writing. The benefits of having SEO work professionally done for your website are countless, but choosing a reliable company can be a difficult choice to make. One of the best options for anyone who’s interested in […]

Want The Bang for The Buck?

Published on May 4, 2010

No Need to Be Left in The Dark When is the best time to start a business? Perhaps you have an idea, but in this economy are you crazy for getting started now? Or are you running a small business and having difficulty attracting new customers and wondering when things are going to get better? I […]

Links, Links, and More Links, But The Right Kinds of Links

Published on March 14, 2010

Boostability’s DIY SEO Tools Walks Users Through an Effective Linking Process Before there was Google, there was HotBot. Before HotBot there was Alta Vista.  Before that? I don’t really know but that’s okay. This post is not a history lesson in the birth and development of Internet search engines.  What I do wish to write about is how link […]

Local Businesses Look to Internet to Help Maximize Reach

Published on March 5, 2010

Are SEO Agencies Meeting Local Business Needs?  In a recent post I  joked about all the different ways I use a phone book besides actually looking for a phone number. While I’m not perusing for phone numbers in a book, I wonder if the same holds true for most households.  Are local businesses catching on to the internet as a method […]