Does Your Blog Need A Jumpstart?

Does Your Blog Need A Jumpstart?

One of the most common questions new clients ask us about website content is how to improve or increase it. One answer is to create a blog. It adds fresh content to a website for the search engines to crawl… Read more »

7 Ways To Get Rid Of That Pesky Website Readership

7 Ways To Get Rid Of That Pesky Website Readership

Are you tired of people reading what you write for your company’s website? Maybe your successful readership boosts site traffic so much it leaves you longing for the nice, boring life of a slow business and little or no work… Read more »

Why SEO Sucks: Myth versus Reality

Why SEO Sucks: Myth versus Reality

This blog is the third in a week long experimental blog series. Enjoy. After all is said and done, we’ll let you know how it went. While our lives and businesses both continue to revolve more heavily around the web… Read more »

5 SEO Infographics to Get You Started

5 SEO Infographics to Get You Started

This blog is the second in a week long experimental blog series. Enjoy. After all is said and done, we’ll let you know how it went. When it comes to understanding the fundamentals of search engine optimization and search engine… Read more »

2009: The Year of Additions for Customer Magnetism

2009: The Year of Additions for Customer Magnetism

As another year comes to a close, it’s hard not to get nostalgic. 2009 has been a year of growth for Customer Magnetism, and before jumping ahead into 2010 and all the glory it’s sure to bring, let’s take a… Read more »

CM’s Website Workout: Trimming the Fat

CM’s Website Workout: Trimming the Fat

With Google’s recent announcement that page load time may soon factor into ranking algorithms – and alongside the Google Labs release of the Site Performance tool within Webmaster Tools, internet marketers everywhere are wondering what they can do to improve… Read more »

Watch Out for Surfing Seniors

Watch Out for Surfing Seniors

I recently found myself on 2 different occasions at a table full of senior citizens trying to explain what search engine optimization and web content writing are. Wow. It begins with that innocent little question, So what do you do? Followed… Read more »

Getting the Most Out of Google Analytics

Getting the Most Out of Google Analytics

CM’s Vice President of Organic Search, Jeremy Sherman, spoke at the Hampton Roads Internet Marketing & Technology Group meet-up this past week at New American Mortgage on getting the most out of Google analytics. His talk covered information as simple… Read more »

SEO No-No #2: Duplicate Content

SEO No-No #2: Duplicate Content

Our second video in the series “What NOT to Do for SEO.” This video shows the woes of duplicate content spamming the web. Help the search engines help you by redirecting traffic to your main site!

SEO No-No #1 Over-disclose on Twitter

SEO No-No #1 Over-disclose on Twitter

This is the first in a series of videos we’re going to post on what NOT to do for Search Engine Optimization.

Why Google Hatin’ On My Peeps?

Why Google Hatin’ On My Peeps?

Recently I have been struggling to get two SEO clients ranking in Google.com for their targeted keywords.  However, both of these sites absolutely kill it in Google.ca.  Why?  Well, for one Client it makes sense, but for the other, I… Read more »

The (My) Problem with Googles IP Based Search Results

The (My) Problem with Googles IP Based Search Results

So, more and more Google is serving local business results for generic search terms such as Italian Restaurants and using IP location to determine which listings appear. The problem is that your IP is not always located in the same… Read more »

Google Keyword Tool …”tweaked” again?

Google Keyword Tool …”tweaked” again?

Anyone notice that Google’s Keyword Tool is occationally mixing up the order of the words within certain search terms? For example, a recent query of ‘golf ball’ and ‘golf balls’ gave the following results: Notice the third, fourth and sixth… Read more »

Analytics: Is Yours Working Like You THINK It Is?

Analytics: Is Yours Working Like You THINK It Is?

Google Analytics isn’t a new concept. As webmasters and SEOs we use analytics to track information coming to our site which helps us better determine ROI, bounce rates, leads, and losses. Analytics is a vital part of the SEO process…. Read more »