Publicizing Blogs

In a recent post, which was a debate between business writer Seth Godin and Solomon Rothman of WebProNews, I noted that depending on how your TypePad blog is set up, you don’t have to do many things to ensure …

Seth Godin on SEO – Slam and Counter-Slam

Just this past Sunday, prolific writer and advocate of viral marketing, Seth Godin, published this opinion on SEO:

Hey. It’s not so hard. If you make great stuff, people will find you. If
you are transparent and accurate and doing

How do I get more traffic to my blog?

The answer has never been clearer. With evidence mounting on the Internet that HitTailing works, simply install the HitTail code and start taking our writing topic suggestions here and there. Sure, keep blogging about what’s most important, but consider whether …

Default Search Vs. Blog Search Engines

HitTailing is about doing increasingly well in natural search over time, and mostly about influencing the all-important default Google search. The default search of Google, Yahoo and MSN are used more than the specialized tools, such as Local, Picture and …

Corporate Blogging Strategy

It sometimes seems that one of the most deliberated over points in business is whether and how to blog. Isn’t blogging really self-indulgent nonsense for a company, which is more likely to get the blogging employees in trouble than it …

Using Blogger for SEO

This is not going to be an exhaustive comparison of the different blogging software packages out there. Instead, it’s going to be an explanation of why just using Blogger is the recommended choice for someone getting started with the HitTail …

Blogging vs. CMS – which is best for SEO?

So, HitTail works well with blogging tools or adding pages to your site through a good content management system (CMS). Why do we skim over the mechanics of search engine optimization (SEO), and jump right into the writing issues? Because …

Blogging and SEO

Getting your content out in a blogging system is much more effective for SEO than by any other content management system, because there is a vast network of new web-crawlers out there competing on many levels to pick up and …