In his book Ultimate Guide to Optimizing Your Website, SEO and online marketing expert Jon Rognerud shows you how to build a high-performance website and get top ranking on all search engines. In this edited excerpt, the author outlines a broad strategy for successfully optimizing your website.
Step 1: Target Market Business Analysis
Website analysis. Analysis of meta sets/keywords, visible text and code to determine how well you’re positioned for search engines. For example, how much code do you have on a page compared to text?
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by Richie Contartesi
For starters, there are NO tricks with SEO. I used that in my title purely to capture your attention. SEO is a lot like weight loss, we are always looking for tricks, but there is only one true way, healthy eating and exercise. Same goes with SEO, there is only high quality content and not spamming. Ok, now that I got that off my chest and before we get to the infographic, let me explain exactly how SEO is broken down. SEO has two main categories, onsite and offsite. In the infographic below, we will thoroughly examine onsite SEO, but before we get there, it is crucial to understand the difference of each. For starters, google has put a larger emphasis on on-page SEO. Hence why I have been talking more about it on my blog. Any who, lets break down the difference…
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Danni Gomes is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport, Fones School of Dental Hygiene, and has been practicing Dental Hygiene for the past 18 years. In addition, Ms. Gomes has been teaching students at the New York University College of Dentistry’s Dental Hygiene Department and at Eastern International College for the Dental Hygiene Department. She is constantly contributing to the field of Dental Hygiene as a health care provider for her patients and as a mentor to her students.
While Ms. Gomes’ established a reputable name for herself in the field of Dental Hygiene, she embarked on another mission which has experienced great success. In 2012, she became the founder of ACI Resuscitation, an organization developed to empower individuals to act quickly in life threatening emergencies. ACI Resuscitation provides CPR, First-Aid, and AED training to individuals that are seeking those certifications. http://aci-resuscitation.com/
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1. Save up as much money as possible before starting.
All too often, people go into business without any savings, exclusively using loan money from friends, banks, or the SBA. They except to be able to start paying the loans back right away with their profits. What these business owners don’t realize is that it can take months or years to make a profit. And once a lender discovers a business isn’t as profitable as expected, the lender is likely to call in the loan or refuse to renew it for another year. Often new business owners then have to take out home equity loans or use credit cards to pay off their loans (which puts their home and credit rating at risk). For more information, see Nolo’s Business Financing FAQ.
A better plan is to save up as much of the needed investment money as possible, including your living expenses for the first year, or even two. Odds are that your business won’t be profitable for one to two years. Even if you get plenty of business coming your way — and your customers pay you on time, which isn’t always a sure thing — you’ll want to be able to invest most of that money back in the business for space, equipment, advertising, and insurance needs.
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Every voice needs an outlet to be heard and when the information you are sharing is important to the success of your peers and mentees, having an outlet becomes even more critical. Often in the workplace- whether it is a hospital, doctor’s office or business, women and minorities lack the confidence to fill leadership positions- and that confidence needs to be built.
Integrating diversity and inclusion into not only your work, but also your personal life can be a challenge. So to help our listeners overcome this challenge, our host Anthony Figliola sits down with Dr. Neelum Aggarwal, the Chief Diversity Officer at the American Medical Women’s Association to discuss why there is a lack of participation on the part of women and minorities in leadership, how organizations can increase participation as well as how to gain access to the tools needed to improve their roles at all levels of their careers.
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Dr. Neelum T. Aggarwal, MD
Neelum Aggarwal is a clinical-researcher and neurologist with expertise in Alzheimer’s disease and aging. Continuing to lead an established career in medicine, Dr. Aggarwal specializes in minority health and wellness issues. Her specialization also includes clinical drug and brain autopsy studies.
Dr. Aggarwal was recently appointed as the first Chief Diversity Officer at the American Medical Women’s Association. In this role, Dr. Aggarwal is prized with ensuring that diversity and inclusion efforts are maintained throughout the country. Dr. Aggarwal is a renowned physician who has been featured on local networks in Chicago to offer her expertise and share her research.