Our highly consultative search engine optimization services include link building, on-page optimization, content development creation and more.
We take a holistic look at Social Media strategy including blogging, Twitter, Facebook and industry specific social networks to come up with a campaign that works for you.
Thunder SEO has extensive experience in creating and implementing local search campaigns for single location, regional and nationwide businesses.
Our company has been working with web designers and internet marketing people for over 10 years....
A big THANKS to SandCamp San Diego, Drupal and everyone who attended our SEO presentation this past Sunday at SandCamp’s Drupal conference at Balboa Park! The presentation was originally set to cover SEO and Social Media, but we only got part way through the SEO. Next time we’ll see if we can schedule more time for deeper SEO analysis and Social Media too!
Last week Matt Cutts posted a video response on the Google Webmaster Central Channel to the question, "How do you rate links from new platforms like Twitter, FB to a website?" Along with clearing up any mis-perceptions about for how long he’s staying "bald" (see why), Cutts gives the low-down on how Google treats links from Facebook and Twitter, as well as links from .Edu and .Gov sites.
Site badges are images hosted on your own server that come with pre-made markup for your fans to use on their own sites that link back to you. Site badges are most successful on sites where your fans or users have incentive to link to your site. For example, users have incentive to link to their own profiles on twitter.com, because they are promoting themselves and thus creating a link to the domain.
We frequently get the question, "Should I be blogging?". The general answer is "yes", but for the purpose of leveraging a blog to help users (primary importance) and then rank in search engines for target keywords (secondary importance), there are some good rules of thumb to follow in setting up a blog and posting (aka, "blogging").
Following is a report on new studies from eMarketer shows traditional agencies say online marketing budgets will increase 30% in 2009 and beyond. In addition, a report from SVM E-Business Solutions show that 48 percent of industrial marketers say they will increase their online marketing budgets in 2009.
Online marketing taking the place of traditional
Thursday, 30 Apr 2009 17:17
Hello! I’m Monique, the latest addition to Thunder Internet Marketing. The last few months at Thunder have been FLYING by at rapid speeds. We have been very busy, SEO-ing up a storm, and the…
‘Local search’ directory listings are a powerful tool for getting a company site on page 1 of Google or Yahoo! When these listings show in search engine rankings for a particular business, they are frequently referred to as ‘citations’.
To see an example, consider the following:
Search Google (in san diego) for ‘laptop repair san diego’. ‘LaptopsPlusWest.com’ doesn’t show in the top 10 for organic listings (below the map results). However, Laptops Plus’s MerchantCircle directory listing ranks #9.
First of all – A BIG ‘Thank You’ to ARCSI for a super conference and the opportunity to present!
Second – A BIG ‘Thank You’ to all the participants who attended Thunder’s ‘Local Search’ presentation!