Category Archives: web design

Long Tail Rides Again

I Told You So Dept: In the wild world of SEO (search engine optimization, for those of you playing at home), some constants never change. However, because the monetary value between a  #1 search result placement (SRP) and a  #5 SRP can be ridiculously HUGE, there is a constant battle between search engine marketers, aka

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nickswebworks Top Organic SERP for “seo web design los angeles”

SEO Web Design Gets Top Organic SERP Where the Money Is! Who wants to be at the top of Google search for their keywords? “Web design with SEO in mind” is attractive and compelling websites that rank high in search results. It takes more than just a pretty face to be number 1 in Google,

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Kings of Organic Local SERP by NWW SEO

More proof that Web Design With SEO in Mind works to get you top organic local SERP with Google, Yahoo, bing, Ask, and all the major search engines. It’s a proven fact that 92% of online users first use search engines to look for products and services. Amazingly, 75% of those users never scroll past

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Still number 1 for “serp web design”

One in a Million (or so) In the ever evolving world of Internet Marketing, it’s nice to know that some things never change. Like attention to detail and killer technique. A well built machine that can go the distance! The screen shot of Google SERP sez it all… and with sitelinks,  too! You can’t buy 

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Investing in SEO? What you need to know NOW

When selecting an SEO provider, you’ll find there are a lot of them, but not all offer the same services – or results. Look for an expert, ideally someone with experience in your industry. And don’t expect immediate results. SEO is a process that builds upon itself and can take time to show value. If

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Backlink Mania and Organic SERP

In the big world of SEO web design, voodoo still reigns. For the past couple years, we had success getting my clients’ websites ranking at the top of search results for their keywords by implementing semantic html and all the required “on page” factors, or what I call the Clean Code Advantage. That is a

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