There are so many different ways to advertise your business today. Just from sitting here in front of my computer, I can: send out email blasts, start ads in Google AdWords, Yahoo/Bing Ads, Yelp, Yellowpages.com, Citysearch, Facebook Ads, Twitter, LinkedIn, and any other website that I want to pay to promote my business. That’s basically

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This is the second in a series of posts about Search Engine Optimization for In case you missed the first post, you can find it here: Small Business SEO Tip #1. Tip #2 – Use a Content Management System What is a Content Management System? A content management system (CMS) is exactly as it sounds.

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Google has announced that it will be rolling out the latest round of Penguin updates to Google’s Search Results. Google’s Head of Web Spam – Matt Cutts offers some information on what to expect from Google in the coming months.   Here’s a quick synopsis of what you can expect: If you’re playing by the

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If you’re familiar with Google Analytics, you know that it tracks each time someone visits your site. It tracks where they came from, what search terms they may have used, how long they were on your site, what pages they visited, and A LOT MORE!!! Well, if you are watching your own website stats closely

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First of all, you should be backing up your WordPress database and files regularly. It depends on how often you are updating your site, but you should back up your site at least once a week. You never know when disaster will strike, and you don’t want to rely on your hosting company for backing

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theBrewRoom recently launched a new website for the Shadyside Chamber of Commerce. This new site is responsive (it changes to fit to the size of the device that you’re using) and is also optimized for search engines. You’ll find that if you search for just about anything in Shadyside, their website will appear! That’s the

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