SEO Blueprint For Drupal Websites

After checking your site’s hierarchy and understanding how your pages are created, taking in to account whether they are nodes, views pages or pages created from nodes, it would be nice to take these three tips when figuring out the content types:

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Why Might Your Website Be Losing Visitors?

When it comes to measuring the success of a website or the effectiveness of an SEO campaign, it is always recommended that a webmaster focus on the traffic a site is receiving rather than obsessing over where they are ranking with Google and the other search engines for their chosen keywords.

Traffic volume, as well as visitor behavior reports and similar tools, can give a much better idea of whether a site is targeting relevant visitors rather or just enjoying the false vanity that comes with ranking well for an irrelevant keyword.

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4 Ways You Can Improve Your Video Marketing Campaign

Video marketing builds a quick bond with your target audience. Prospects crave seeing a living, breathing person delivering a value-packed message. If you take the proper steps to set up your video marketing campaign growing your business through the creative channel becomes quite fun. Shooting videos helps you express yourself. Create videos to convey your message in a playful, high energy manner.

If however you ignore these simple tips creating videos might actually hurt your internet marketing campaign. Publishing unprofessional or lifeless videos can turn prospects away from your brand. Take great care in creating videos and you can experience the benefits of optimizing your video marketing campaign.

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How Social Media Can Impact What You Buy

There’s no question that the proliferation of social media has helped decide what we buy, why we buy it and even how much we spend on the individual product.

According to a recent survey, 80 percent of those between the ages of 18-44 check their smartphones within fifteen minutes of waking up in the morning. And what are they checking?

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The Top Five Towns In Which To Start A Small Business

Whether you like to dream big dreams, blaze new trails, or are just looking for a change, starting a small business can be incredibly fulfilling. However, it can also be a challenge, which is why finding the right location for your business is crucial. Tax laws, population, and many other factors will play into how you choose the best spot for you to dig out your own niche. If you’re considering taking the plunge, check out this list of small business hot spots.

Houston, Texas
It’s no surprise that Houston, as well as many other metropolitan areas in Texas, tops many lists of business-friendly cities; the state of Texas is famous for the low regulatory burden it imposes on businesses, making business start-up comparatively headache-free. In Houston, the cost of living is low, city zoning laws are relaxed, and — best of all — there is no state personal income tax. It may also interest female readers to know that Houston won second place on’s list of the fifteen best cities for female entrepreneurs.

Georgetown, Texas
Austin, Texas is a chart-topper when it comes to business-friendly metros, winning notoriety for still managing to add 170 businesses within a year during the worst of the recession. Its suburb, Georgetown, may be particularly attractive to small-business entrepreneurs — it has a little more breathing room, less of the big-city feel than Austin, and skips out on the heavy traffic and metropolitan congestion. However, Georgetown still enjoys the economic successes of Austin, having added 270 new businesses in the last two years. The city also offers low utilities cost, low property taxes, and is noted for being particularly beautiful among its neighboring municipalities.

Williston, North Dakota
Like Georgetown, Williston offers a chance to get away from the madness of the big city while still building a successful business in a growing local economy. In the last few years, Williston has become known as a leading ‘boomtown’ because of oil discoveries and drilling. As a result, the town’s population has nearly tripled, and its unemployment rate is almost zero. Small business success stories abound — read about Megan Wold’s dream-come-true coffee shop and Dave Ludwig’s lucrative cell service booster business for some inspiration.


Looking for a slightly cooler climate? Try Minneapolis, Minnesota on for size. According to The Business Journals, Minneapolis-St. Paul is the ‘best of the Midwest’ for small businesses for the second year in a row. It boasts about 27 small businesses per 1000 residents and has a population that still appears to be growing.

Raleigh, North Carolina

In Raleigh, you’ll find that the barbecue is delicious and the sweet tea and small business are thick. Average incomes are high, and cost of living is low. The city is known for its growing research and technological industries and has seen steady growth for the last fifty years, according to Kiplinger. No local income tax and lots of opportunities to attract private investors are added incentives to check out Raleigh if you’re thinking about starting a business.

Beautiful on the eyes, and hopeful for the spirit. Take your pick from any of these welcoming cities and towns.

Shahsi kumar works at Jobs8Home where he writes about small business in India. If you are looking to start a small business, don’t forget to read his advice & ideas. Read more

The Importance Of Choosing A Good Internet Marketing Company

Online marketing has turned out to be even more profitable than offline marketing - and for a good reason! Billions of people worldwide can access the Internet, and this is what gives the online environment an immense marketing potential.

Internet marketing agencies or companies work on the very same principles as the traditional marketing companies: they aim to advertise a product or service, with the purpose of raising brand awareness and attracting more potential customers.

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Sell Clients Through Stories

A solid marketing plan is one that allows companies to relate with their consumers and vice versa. Lawyers, especially, need to find more ways to bridge the gaps of communication, approachability, and community between their firms and their clients. Without a basic language for the two to agree upon, how can you expect clients to believe you'll pursue their case with every fiber of your bean?

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How To Organize Your Social Media Efforts

Social media ain't like it used to be. A decade ago, Xanga was pretty much all there was. Then MySpace came along. Then Facebook had to go and change the Internet. Now, there are dozens of social media sites out there, all with different interesting opportunities for individuals and businesses. Following these five steps can help you organize your social media efforts and make the process a lot more efficient.

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Developing A Multicultural Marketing Strategy

Just like America itself, the American economy is now made up of many different cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, and religions. The same people who made America the great melting pot are now contributing to the American economy. For businesses across the nation, this means that change is coming.

Creating products and services strictly for "red-blooded American"ť as well as exclusively marketing to them is no longer an option. There are Latinos, Native Americans, Asians and a variety of other cultures that deserve to be marketed to directly, as well.

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What Your Twitter Profile Really Needs

Don’t be surprised when I tell you this, but Twitter isn’t just about the tweets. People might be sending millions of messages every day, using trending hashtags, and talking about their feelings, their businesses, and their lunches, but there’s something else Twitter has that needs to more emphasis.

Lawyers that rely on Twitter to increase their brand awareness and even find some new clients should especially pay attention to this article because they might be missing a major component of their Twitter accounts: their profile!

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