It’s time for some reflection and self-examination. Here are some easy tests to see if you have duplicate content on your site, or if your content is mirrored on other sites.
The web development world is all a-Twitter (so to speak) about the release of Google’s browser, Chrome. Based on the Webkit rendering engine used by Safari and Android, Chrome fast and comes with some nice features. It may be a while before Chrome is a serious contender with Firefox and Internet Explorer, due to the
I haven’t started writing on Pay Per Click marketing, yet, for this blog. It’s a very effective tool, but one that florists fear because it’s the unknown, and it costs money 🙂 So, in lieu of my own writing on PPC, which will wait until we’ve covered more organic SEO content, here’s an article on
This is the fourth article in a series on the perils of Duplicate Content. We have previously covered the problems of repeating Title tags and Meta tags across your site. The Problem of Product Descriptions The hazards of using stock images and product description are not unique to the floral industry. Every segment of retail
Why SEO for florists? Simple answer: they need it! Deeper answer: I love them – and they need it! This blog is natural progression from our work at Strider SEO in supporting the floral industry. For nearly 6 years we have operated FlowerChat.com and during that time it has become by far the largest and