• Archive for September, 2007

    List of questions to ask website usability testers

    by  • September 24, 2007 • Usability • 4 Comments

    I talked about why usability testing is so important for website owners, and why it is also important to test those internal entry pages, and not strictly the homepage. But once you have your usability testers held captive, here are some questions you can ask them after their perusal through your money website. You can [...]

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    How user friendly are your top internal entry pages?

    by  • September 19, 2007 • Usability • 4 Comments

    In the world of long-tail searches, chances are pretty good that visitors are having their initial contact on your site by landing on an internal page of your site rather than your user-friendly home page. But have you ever had a look at one of your internal pages from a “brand new visitor” perspective? Because [...]

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    Should Google offer a paid service for webmasters needing ranking help?

    by  • September 10, 2007 • Google, Search Engine Optimization • 3 Comments

    Every so often, someone comes up with the idea that Google should offer a service that would allow webmasters to pay a fee to get specific information on ranking issues on a website, primarily for those sites that the owners feel should be ranking much better than it actually is. Because oftentimes, webmasters – particularly [...]

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    Top mistakes newbie SEOs make

    by  • September 9, 2007 • Search Engine Optimization • 23 Comments

    We have all been a newbie SEO at one time or another. But if you are new to the industry… or just need a refresher that you aren’t making a cardinal newbie error when it comes to your site’s optimization, here are some of the top and most frequent mistakes and how to fix them. [...]

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