Paid advertising can also be a very useful tool for increasing traffic to your site. There are many different ways and forms of paid advertising. Using Search Engines or Social Networking sites with pay-per-click advertising is one very useful form. Pay-Per-Click advertising is when you only pay the advertiser, whether it's Google or facebook, etc, when someone clicks on your advertisements. While there are other forms of paid advertising, Vision Technology suggests only using pay-per-click services.
Visiontm suggests Pay-Per-Click because it ensures you are actually receiving traffic for your advertisement. Paid advertising does not help raise your search engine rankings and in fact they must be specified as paid advertising, or have a no follow link for search engine bots. It may even hurt your search engine rankings. Search engines have cracked down heavily on sites who include nothing but paid advertising links to gain better search results.
During hard economic times, like unfortunately what we find ourselves in now, it is always best to find ways to help increase sales and revenue. Sometimes these ways are new and innovative and others are durable proven ways to work time and time again. Search Engine Marketing is an old proven way to help increase sales and drive website traffic.
When you search on Google, one of the first results you see is a map and short list of businesses. This is part of Google Maps and their great mapping service. But, is your business listed or are your competitors there and you aren't? This short article will show you some of the basics on how to get listed FOR FREE.
Small Business and Home wireless networking has come a long way over the past several years. There are still some issues that need to be resolved by the wireless equipment providers, most specifically automatically resolving conflicts with default IP addresses. This has been a particularly annoying problem for local Embarq users and Linksys and come other routers. My topic today though relates
Part XI - Internet Servers - Behind the scenes
If you are like most Web Surfers, you probably have all you can do just to get your browser and e-mail working. This is a new (well to the masses anyway) and exciting technology. Just think about it for a minute. With just a few clicks of your mouse you can communicate with people all over the world. If you have a digital camera you can see people from all over the world, although seeing a naked guy's butt in Brazil isn't my idea of worldly.
So how does all this work? There are obviously some rather complex issues involved. However; it can all be broken down to it's simplest parts. What we will discuss today is the primary components that are used by nearly everyone on the Internet.