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Think you know the rank for your website in Google? No you don’t

Robert Kramers ByRobert Kramers | Analytics, Search Engine Optimisation, SEO Tools
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Seems pretty easy to check doesn’t it? Just type in the keywords you rank well for, and there is your website near the top of the results…

Actually that’s not your true ranking at all!

Check again using a friends computer and you’ll get a very different result.

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The Difference Between Unique Visitors, Page Views and Hits.

Robert Kramers ByRobert Kramers | Analytics, Search Engine Optimisation
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First, the definitions:

  • Unique Visitors – The number of individuals who have visited your website. But, if a person on a dial-up connection disconnects and reconnects, they will be assigned a different IP address and therefore be counted as another unique visitor if they return to your website.
  • Visitor – The number of visitors who have visited your website. But,
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What domain names (website addresses) should you buy?

Robert Kramers ByRobert Kramers | Search Engine Optimisation
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The following article answers 4 common questions:

  1. “Do I need .co.nz, .com, .net.nz, .mobi and others?”
  2. “Should our domain name just be our brand name?”
  3. “Should our domain name have keywords in there too?”
  4. “What about miss-spellings?”

1. “Do I need .co.nz, .com, .net.nz, .mobi and others?”

It depends on 2 things:

  1. Where is your target audience?
  2. What domain names
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What’s the difference between Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM)?

Robert Kramers ByRobert Kramers | Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation
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Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), is the selection of phrases that you want to rank highly for and inserting those phrases in several areas of your website so when search engines such as Google crawl your website with their robots (bots), they come to the conclusion that your website is the right place to send visitors.

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