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Predicting tail performance more accurately while controlling the risk-reward trade off. Maximize results through low-frequency keywords. It’s natural to focus on generic, high-frequency keywords when building out your search campaign. But what if you’re not getting as many bites as you’d like? Research shows it’s time to shift your focus to maximizing your campaign’s other […]Continue Reading


CONTENT IS KING!!! You have heard me say this many times, and this is part of the reason why you have a website from Liquid Media using a CMS, so you can build content and speak your message as you grow your business. While having more content helps users and search engines to decide how […]Continue Reading


This is a great little insight to SEO tactics. In this case these guys are experimenting with improving “Google Places” listings, and some of these techniques can work for websites and pages as well. The panelists at last week’s “HardCore Local SEO” panel at SMX Advanced, Mike Ramsey of Nifty Marketing, Will Scott of Search […]Continue Reading


Have you ever had a bad customer? A customer that just wasn’t happy whether by the fault of their own, or by mistakes made by employee’s or outside influences; is a unhappy customer none-the-less. Off they march to Google Places, Yelp or TripAdvisor loaded with slanderous words and a fast clicking mouse finger dead set […]Continue Reading


At Liquid Media we use 3 levels of Search Engine Marketing in our strategy; on page optimization, incoming link / social popularity, and finally PPC or pay per click. We don’t believe in using only one technique in generating traffic, but rather a holistic approach, which includes biding on specific key terms via Adwords and […]Continue Reading


If you are a SEO client of ours then you are listed on Google Places, a simple Google directory showing businesses based on search terms. A problem in the past was when a business address was also their home address, so the listing would only show near their home address location. So say you provide […]Continue Reading


Have you heard the news? This past month, Microsoft® and Yahoo! received regulatory clearance to form the Yahoo! and Microsoft Search Alliance in the United States and European Union. This milestone is an exciting step in our effort to give your business a time-saving and cost-efficient way to connect with a larger combined audience of […]Continue Reading


Venn diagrams normally consist of overlapping circles. For instance, in a two-set Venn diagram, one circle may represent the group of all wooden objects (or web designer), while another circle may represent the set of all tables (maui). The overlapping area (intersection) would then represent the set of all wooden tables (or maui web designers). […]Continue Reading


By Maggie Shiels Technology Reporter, BBC News, Silicon Valley Google says users are becoming more sophisticated at search Web giant Google has unveiled new products that it says will push search in a new direction. Google is using so-called semantic web technology to leverage the underlying data on websites to enhance results. “The race in […]Continue Reading


What is interest-based advertising and how will it benefit me? Interest-based advertising enables advertisers to reach users based on their interests (e.g. ‘sports enthusiasts’), and allows them to show ads based on a user’s previous interactions with them, such as visits to advertiser websites. To complement interest-based advertising, the Ads Preferences Manager lets users view […]Continue Reading