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  • what's up with those search engines?

    11/20/2007 6:10:52 AM Link |  | Add comment

    Google, Search Engines, SEO

    Carnival 2007 Trinidad and Tobago - San Fernando(?)

    For the last 3 years the top three search engines seen by the OnlineAgency (TM) system have been Google, Yahoo, and MSN in that order.  However the amount of searches for the 3 companies has changed drastically over the years.

    3 years ago in 2005 Google was responsible for 46.14% of the search engine traffic on sites powered by OnlineAgency.com (TM). Yahoo was not far behind with 36.40% of the search requests into the OnlineAgency (TM) system. MSN had 17.44 percent.

    Last year in 2006 Google moved up to 61.74 percent of the search engine traffic in the OLA system, Yahoo dropped to 28.63 and MSN dropped to 9.63.

    This year, 2007, the top 3 search engines are still Google, Yahoo, and MSN in that order. However 75.30% of the search engine traffic into the Online Agency system was from Google.  Yahoo had 21.71% and MSN had 4.99% of the search traffic. 

    Are there other search engines? AOL, Ask Jeeves, Netscape, Myway, InfoSpace, Alta Vista, Excite all bring in traffic in small percentages ranging from about 2.08% to 0.06% of the overall traffic.

  • search engines phone home......

    11/19/2007 7:03:37 AM Link |  | Add comment

    Google, Levelfield Broadcast Package, Marketing, Search Engines, SEO

    Carnival 2007 Trinidad and Tobago - San Fernando(?)

    Over 283,000 search engine queries brought folks into the OnlineAgency hosted systems over the last 30 days.  What percentage of the traffic came to your site?  Are you pleased with what you got? If not ask your self what you have done to promote or maintain your website. What have  you done to help it stand out. Are you updating your blog? Do you have The Levelfield Broadcast Option?  The basic rule is that you have to do something but may be surprised that just a little work can bring a payoff. You'll also find that it's not hard once you get into the swing.

  • Get the word out!

    10/21/2005 8:16:48 AM Link |  | Add comment

    Blog, Google, Marketing, Search Engine, Site Customization


    You may have noticed that we are talking a lot about blogging. That's because we are trying to get the word out about a powerful new business tool that is included free with your Levelfield(TM) / Online Agency(TM) account.

    It's one of those tools that are designed to make it easier for you to get the word out. Getting the word out always increases your potential for new business.

    Here are a couple of articles that a Levelfield customer posted on their website that might help you decide to blog today: Business Blogging - Part 1 "Do You Blog?
    Business Blogging - Part 2 "Why Blog?"

    Here's a search that shows you one important fact:
    Search engines love your unique content. Increase your business potential! Get the word out.
    Google Search: levelfield.com blog

  • Built in support for Google SiteMap beta program

    10/6/2005 11:20:54 AM Link |  | Add comment

    Google, New Feature, Search Engine

    Google has introduced a new program called Google Sitemaps. Levelfield has added built in support for this new program. Only Levelfield customers who have the Supreme Private Label program will be able to use the Levelfield site map creation tool. The pages that the Levelfield system can submit will be limited to the pages that you actually have created. The sitemap will not include the Levelfield content. Our goal is to encourage you to create "unique content" for your website.

    In order to use this new system. You need to create an account with Google. Create new Google Account

    Once you have the account you'll need to log into your Online Agency account. Click on Google Site Map link on the dashboard.

    Once you have created the sitemap you will need to submit the sitemap to Google when you log into your Google account.

    As with all search engines, Google states that they cannot make any predictions or guarantees about when or IF your urls will be crawled and added to the index. Remember that it is not technology that will make the difference for your business it is YOU.

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