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  • Draintech SEO

    ... name, the META descriptions were missing or too short. I gave some images an ALT tag containing our target phrases. There was a main image on a footer which had just a simple graphic plus a perfect phrase as a graphic - a huge wasted opportunity for seo (seo - Search Engine Optimisation). I replaced that using the outline graphic and an H1 for the main phrase. I also fixed some basic HTML mistakes to improve W3C HTML compliance, and hence improve the chances of consistent display across brows...
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  • Seismics.net Google SEO

    Search Engine Optimisation (seo) Cosmetically, the site was pretty well suited for the market - no-frills. And it was already well-ranked on Google for some terms, but they were not all the terms which were required. It didn't take long for me to rummage "under the hood" to spot the usual culprits: poor page titles, no headings summaries at all, and, of less value, lack of META descriptions. Following up the rear was a sprinkle of small-beer items : a few TITLEs missing for images and better an...
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  • Kenpo Karate NZ

    ... decoration. (Unfortunately this loses me a validation tick in Firefox,as the markup doesn't conform). And then added a Paypal payment system for people wanting to book for the 2010 Eden Park tournament, along with a Shopping Cart. Search Engine Optimisation (seo) Here is the progress of the site on Google.co.nz - people may be surprised by the erratic nature of some rankings, which is what I call "Google weather". But the overall progress is up for the main phrases that we have focussed. Rememb...
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  • Three PHP Postnuke CMS sites

    ... Photo-Gallery Custom modules for presenting news and articles Improvements to Search algorithms and display of results Development of RSS feeds, incoming and outgoing Writing and using test scripts Writing bids Google world maps tied to content database seo (Search Engine Optimisation) W3C compliance All these were based on Postnuke .723. Very long-in-the-tooth now but was quite a good vehicle for us at the time....
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  • Owen Arts SEO

    ... need for it. Bang, begone. Phew. After that campaign of spring-cleaning, we had a ship-shape site which trundled up the Google rankings to nestle on the front one or two pages for some suitable search terms, despite an awful lot of competition. I use seoAdministrator to check rankings of my clients' sites once a week or more often. I notice that the rankings come and go like the tide, regardless of any changes made to a site. In Owen's case, you can find him (via google.co.uk) reliably with...
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  • Incentive Solutions PHP

    ... with tens of thousands of members requires a large range of features, and the main software architect (Hi Lance!) had done an extraordinary job covering so much territory.  Among the tasks were: Creation of various reports cutting and slicing data seo for their main online shop General Store which had an impressive build of daily visitors once we got all the key components in place. We tracked this with Google Analytics. Google maps and Google Streetview: the operators would be able to enter...
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  • Dave's IT CV

    ... preferred tools of Microsoft Access and Delphi. In the last few years I have freelanced for several companies in Auckland; and previously I worked for Incentive Solutions in Auckland, on some heavy-duty PHP and PostgreSQL, with graphs, GoogleMaps, seo, Excel integration and so on. I used to put my hand to FORTRAN, VMS, Pascal, VB, VBA, C, Postscript, though now I have to think a tad harder for that old stuff, so only ask me if you are desperate (really desperate)! Currently (2017) I work for...
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  • Markland Clinic

    For the latest incarnation of this UK Physiotherapy site in 2010, I created a smooth-scrolling Flash animation for a band of pictures along the top. In 2008, a new branding had been created by designer Ray Lipscombe, so I had a straightforward time implementing it. Ray's design for the sister site, Sports Perform, provided me my first opportunity to create a Flash presentation. It was as simple as they come, a sequence of photos of athletes fading into each other. I used the excellent and eve...
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