Det ER muligt at få gratis kredit til Google Adwords, hvis du skal i gang for første gang.
Du kan benytte disse sider:
Eller hvis du bruger en US-konto:
Andre “tricks” er, at du kan sørge for at tilmelde din email som Google konti for først gang – fx imens du alligevel opretter virksomheden på Google Places:
– så sender Google ofte en salgsfremmende kode før eller siden, for at få dig igang med at annoncere. 🙂
I ingen af tilfældene må du have brugt din konto til Google Adwords i forvejen – så fungerer koderne ikke.
YEs, it IS possible to generate a RSS feed even for a static HTML og CMS based site!
This is what to do:
1. Go to http://sitemapdoc.com
2. Click “include RSS and HTML”
4. Click red RSS-button and do it!
5. Copy the result from the new page to something like Notepad
6. Save as feed.xml
7. Upload to your site using FTP og whatever.
(8 and 9 er just a joke – step 1 to 7 is all you really need! :-))
This is a guide to what a landing page basically is and how they should be set up: http://www.copyblogger.com/landing-pages/
This is examples showing real life landingpages and what to do and don’t do to make your landingpage work:
I wish I had this guide when I started looking into SEO about 6 years ago.. But it’s still good if you are a beginner now:
When you are done, you could try to take this test and see if you can answer anything! 🙂 Don’t cheat!
When you need actively to track where your visitors are coming from – say because you are running several campaigns – you need to now where your visitors are coming from. No, seriously, it DOES matter. 🙂
The “normal” way to do this is to add some parameters to the URL. Like e.g. myrurl.com/?track=siminar_url
The downside of this is that the URL then is seen as a new URL by the seach engines (Google in short). This triggers dublicate contect filters since you can basically find the same stuff on 2 or more different URLs.
One solution is to use the new canonical tag : http://www.webhaj.com/blog/canonical-tag-state-your-canonical-url/
But an easier one is to use the # (called hash or pound sign), since this is basically seen as an internal link on the same page and the seach engines therefore just ignores this!
var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-12345-1");
// Solution for domain level only pageTracker._trackPageview(document.location.pathname + "/" + document.location.hash);
// If you have a path included in the URL as well pageTracker._trackPageview(document.location.pathname + document.location.search + "/" + document.location.hash);
Read more on: http://janeandrobot.com/post/URL-Referrer-Tracking.aspx – scroll down to “URL Fragment”
Great news for all of us struggeling to make sure that dublicate content filters are not activated (since we all know that this is really important for SEO).
Google, Yahoo and Live (Microsoft) is now supporting the new a new canonical tag, which states which URL is “the right one” for every single page onm a site.
E.g. if one of my pages can be accessed via http://www.webhaj.com/blog/?p=3 as well as via http://www.webhaj.com/blog/canonical-tag-state-your-canonical-url/– one of them will trigger the dublicate content filter. Chances are that the page filteret is not the one I would be prefer to get filteret. And if users access both pages and links both pages my SEO is hurt too, since the 2 URLs split all the link juice that should have been collected by the 1 page..
All I need to do now to make the search engines use the URL that I prefer is to add a tag like this on the page:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://yoast.com/twitter/analytics/"/>
Our friend Joost de Valk have already made some plugins to handle this easily – including for Drupal and WordPress: http://yoast.com/canonical-url-links/