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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.

  • Open letter from your website.

    8/9/2007 8:04:20 PM Link |  | Add comment

    Blog, Business Blogging, Digital Camera, New Feature, Search Engines, SEO

    Open letter from your website.

    Hey, I miss you. Where have you been. Don't you love me?

    I see some of the other websites in my neighborhod with owners who visit with them frequently. They feed them new great content. Many people crusing the internet come visit to check out the added value on the website that was placed by the site's owners and the valuable content that gives the visitors a reason to keep coming back to the web site.

     I don't get any visitors not even from  you. The search engines come by frequently and I just shake my head sadly, they shrug and pass me by.  I can tell they want to index me but I have nothing for them. Please help me dear site owner. I need some new content from you.

    Hey,  didn't you go on that trip with your digitial camera. Why don't you share some of your trip with me. I'd love to see the pictures on my pages.  It would give me something to brag about to the other web sites.  And it wold make me feel so pretty with those colorful photos adorning my pages. I just know that I can help you - just feed me please.

    I get jealous when the other sites tell me how many visitors they got today.  One of them actually gets a blog post every day from their site owner.  I can tell their owner cares for them and is very smart. They always have something new to share on their website. And they always have new people visiting them coming in on the search engines.

    Well, that's it for now. I hope you come see me today. I really miss you.


    Your web site,

    P.S.  I  have a super duper built in blog that you could use. Wouldn't that be cool? You could come visit me regularly and we could have so much fun.   The blog told me that it was very easy to use and would help me get more web visitors.  The blog also told me a secret. Your competitors use blogs. That's not good is it? Doesn't that mean they might get more site visitors?  The blog also told me that it had something very cool going on next week. I guess that won't matter to me if you don't come visit.  Any way bye for now. I'm going to take a nap. Nothing else to do.

  • Free Site subission to Google, MSN, and Yahoo

    3/14/2007 10:34:35 AM Link |  | Add comment

    Marketing, Search Engine, Search Engines

    Recently, we told you how to check your website to see if it had been indexed. If you found that you were not indexed by the search engines you may want to submit your name to the big three search engines.

    Here are the links for free submission to Yahoo, Google, and MSN. We include these because this is where the lion's share of traffic originates. Note that no search engine guarantees that your website will be included in its search index but as the old saying goes - nothing ventured, nothing gained.

    Submit your website to MSN Search

    Submit your website to Google

    Submit your website to Yahoo
    Requires free Registration
  • Adding images to your website

    3/5/2007 12:01:57 PM Link |  | Add comment

    Digital Camera, Images, Search Engines, Site Customization

    Blue Sky - White Clounds

    Travel websites need to be very visual. The best way to add this depth is to take your own photos every time you travel anywhere.  You'll be surprised at how quickly your own collection of good images builds up. And you have an extra bonus - you own the photos and in general can do with them as you will. Plus the photos and commentary on the photos are great ways to add unique content to your website.  As we are known to say - good content helps attract search engine users.

    If you don't have a camera or need a photo for a place you haven't been here's a place where you can buy photos from $2.50 to $1.00.  The more you buy at one time the cheaper.

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