Designing a High Traffic Website – Keyword Density In Document Text

Categories: User Experience

I have no excuse for not posting sooner – expect my dog ate the list I was using.  Not really, but it worked in 2 grade and it didn’t help […]

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A Good Chamber Blog

Categories: Membership Marketing & Technology

Check out the Maryland State Chamber of Commerce blog, run by Will Burns.  It’s got several things going for it: It’s updated frequently, at least once every few days; sometimes, multiple […]

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Curt Moss, Director of Communications

Categories: Membership Marketing & Technology

A communications professional with strengths in data management, business/member intelligence, brand strategy, corporate communications, advertising, electronic marketing and graphic design, Curt formerly worked at the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, where he […]

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Getting Your Members Permission

Categories: Membership Marketing & Technology

You’ve probably heard the term “permission marketing” at your organization, but may not be sure what it is.  In this post, Seth Godin redefines and clarifies permission marketing, a term he […]

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Keywords in URL

Categories: User Experience

Number 2 on the list of best and worst practices for designing a high traffic website:  Keywords in URL 2.  Keywords in URL This one is pretty easy.  Simple put if […]

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Keywords in Title Tag

Categories: User Experience

Here we are at the beginning of a beautiful stretch of SEO highway!  🙂  Are you as excited as I am here?  Ok, enough of that…let’s rock out! The first […]

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Best and Worst Practices for Website SEO

Categories: User Experience

Ok boys and girls; pull up the boot straps for this one.  I’m going to break down the “List of Best and Worse practices for designing a high traffic website” […]

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Top Marketing Tactics for a Recession: SEO & Blogging

Categories: Membership Marketing & Technology

How can technology help member-based organizations with marketing during tough economic times?    By Blogging and employing SEO.   Chris Baggott from Compendium recently posted about a new study by TopRank that asked over […]

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Website Design: An Example of What Not to Do

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During my presentations at chamber and association conferences, I talk quite a bit about technology for member-based organizations. Frequently, websites are a main topic.  I usually cover streamlining the look […]

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Leveraging Website Analytics

Categories: User Experience

Your website is a membership sales person whether you know it or not and it’s probably the best ‘employee’ you have.  Never calls in sick, never asks for a raise […]

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