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This is the most comprehensive article i have ever read about keywords research. Thanks to Andy @crestodina for compiling all the important information in one definitive piece.
Whenever i research my keywords for any project, the main focus of research is based on finding two lines of terms. First line contains the keywords which are General Terms (Anti Corruption Database) having relevantly higher traffic and lesser competition. And there is a Second line of keywords, focused on product/service for; like (Anti Corruption Professionals, Compliance officers, Compliance professionals) which target the REAL buyers.
Long tail mix of these two categories of keywords always give me great results in a very less time.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on How to Research Keywords: Tips, Competition and Squirrels
So Sorry to listen that news, although i didn't know him personally as i did Andy @crestodina . But I always loved what work Orbit Media has done. And this story of a great man inspired me in and across my soul. I am picking up lots of good things from John's immaculate story and will surely adapt them to become a better person like him.
I pray that John will rest in Peace and his family will be able to bear the precious loss.
4 months, 2 weeks ago on Remembering John Cooney
I really Agree with all the Points Mentioned by my Super Friend Andy and this is one of the best articles ever written on this topic.
The navigation bar is the most important design element on a website. Not only does it guide users to pages beyond the homepage, but it’s also the singular tool to give users a sense of orientation. Ease of use is the most important thing to any navigation structure.
Navigation of a website works similar to a real life ship or aircraft navigator. Where the person has the responsibility to be aware of ship or aircraft (Website) position at all times. The navigator plans the journey, advising the Captain (Website Visitor) or aircraft Commander of estimated timing to destinations while en route, and ensuring hazards (bounce rate) are avoided. The navigator is in charge of maintaining the aircraft or ship's nautical publications (blog), and has responsibility for communications (Social Connections - Contact Us Tab).
5 months, 1 week ago on Website Navigation Best Practices