Thursday, March 31, 2011

Beware of the domain registry of america. This is close to be a scam but just on the edge. Ignore this notice and contact your web company.
Its back or perhaps never left. Beware of the UPS e-mail going around saying

The parcel was sent your home address.
Do not click on this

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

A new post on the Rossini blog about latest tidbits:

news tidbits

Last week, Google was granted a patent that describes how Google might segment the content of a web page. Depending on the location of the content, a web page will get higher or lower rankings.

Also in the news: Yahoo introduces Search Direct, Matt Cutts talks about localized content and Google, Bing adds real-time results to news search, further information about Google's Panda update and more.

From Matt Cutts about Google Panda:

"The update is definitely not sitewide ? there are a number of sites we looked at where the update had only hit pages of a certain type. For example ecommerce sites where the category pages were fine but product pages were hit hard. [...]

This update is going to cause major issues for anybody that has a large site with product descriptions that are duplicated across lots of other sites. If you have a few of these it?s not an issue to rewrite them but a lot of big ecommerce sites have 10,000+ products and to rewrite those is going to be a major headache."

From Alexa news about paid links:

Once again, paid links are a hot topic in the search engine optimization community. The website of J. C. Penney had number 1 rankings for many competitive keywords. It turned out that the J. C. Penney website obtained these rankings through buying links on over 2000 pages.

The paid links were reported to Google and many of J. C. Penney's rankings dropped from number 1 to number 70 and below.

What are paid links?

If you pay the webmaster of another site to link to your website, then the link is a paid link. Paid links can be used to advertise your website on other sites. As long as the paid links use the rel=nofollow attribute, Google doesn't have any problems with them.

The problem arises when paid links are used to get higher rankings in the regular search results on Google.

Google is very clear about paid links

Google does not like paid links. According to Google's official statement, you should avoid paid links at all costs:

"[Some] webmasters engage in the practice of buying and selling links that pass PageRank, disregarding the quality of the links, the sources, and the long-term impact it will have on their sites. Buying or selling links that pass PageRank is in violation of Google's Webmaster Guidelines and can negatively impact a site's ranking in search results."

Google even has an official form that enables you to report paid links to Google:

"If you know of a site that buys or sells links, please tell us by filling out the fields below. We'll investigate your submissions, and we'll use your data to improve our algorithmic detection of paid links.

More tidbits to come soon until then have a great week!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

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You may have seen this in teh KC Star: Best Buy to offer new wireless service
LightSquared, a company that’s building a new nationwide wireless broadband network, says Best Buy will resell access to that network, starting with a trial early next year.

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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

New blog entry about MLM web sites:

Beware of the web MLM trap

Recently I have become aware of a new phase in the Internet web creation world and that is the MLM(multi level marketing) of web sites. These new companies offer very cheap web sites and monthly hosting fees and promise a lot. I will not dispute that they deliver some impressive web sites but like a lot of MLM marketing, it tends to rise and fall. If your web site is on one of these MLM web sites and they go out of business or just shift focus then what do you do? I say go with an established web company that does this for a living and has been around for a while. How many times have I heard that my sister's brother's mother's aunt does web pages! Bottom lin eis a web site might look great on the outside but has horrific code on the inside! The search engines do not like bad code.

Moral of the story is that a web site can be the difference now between making it or not. Choose well and pick a winner.

More later.....

Joe Rossini
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This is why I am a little slow at downloading apps:
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Facebook vs Netflix
Let the browser wars begin
Be careful big brother is watching:
Movies and facebook:

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Good morning all from Kansas City!
Big Mac is sandwiched out of first place:

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Skype partners with GO To meeting:
6 dirty SEO tricks that can get you in trouble:
The new Google search algorithm has hurt some companies on the net! Look for a pro to help:
Bing takes on Groupon
Google taking social networking seriously:
Google and others taking social networking seriously:
Here comes the big boys to the net!

Friday, March 4, 2011

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Thursday, March 3, 2011

I added a new blog post on about growing your on line business:

Use every resource to increase your on-line business!

If you wish to grow your business on-line do not just rely on one source such as Facebook or Twitter or what ever, use it all! Yes I know this is easy to say and hard to do but budget your time and every morning or evening write in your blog, make a post to the social media groups, be proactive on Linkedin and add new contacts. Capture your e-mail visitors and do an e-mail blast to them. Do a newsletter once a month. Do PR releases and articles and submits to the search engines and on and on. Remember that you can do some yourself but maybe just maybe you can use help in the form of a professional that does this daily. There are companies out there that can help you in many ways and bottom line is, it is not only that you rank high in the search engines but it is the leads that come in and those that buy no matter how they came or found you. A lead is a lead and if it turns to a sale then all the better. Do not forget to ask where they found you so you can get a handle on your success.

I guess I am old school, I still believe in writing notes and making tele calls to market and going to meetings for face to face negotiations or support. Today, I have just added more and am using the internet to grow my business and my customer base and I know you can do it too.

So keep doing the old and reliable marketing but move into the new age and add that extra reach and marketing arm to your business. Oh by the way, I do happen to know a good marketing guy.....meeeee

Until next time

Joe Rossini
I posted two new entries in my solar blog

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

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Facebook use by small business is up so says this article. What they did not say is "has it worked"!
MerchantCircle, an online network of US local business owners, revealed in its quarterly reports that more local businesses are turning to Facebook and other social networking sites like Twitter, as a low-cost option for their marketing efforts.

The survey, conducted with 8,500 random small and local business owners across the U.S, revealed that 70% of these business owners are actively marketing their business through Facebook. This represents a 20% increase over 2010.

Most small businesses running on limited budgets (less than $2,500 annually) and 60% of survey respondents do no plan to raise their budget this year. This makes Facebook an attractive and cost-effective marketing tool for most local business owners.
Hard to believe but many still do not have access to high speed broadband! If you need it for your business one of my customers offers it just let me know:
The net neutrality war continues:
The big boy strikes and one "player" in search engine content is falling! Be very carefull and use a pro to help yu with SEO services:

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

This is great news but where are we..The USA?..Lacking still