Not doing the wrong thing, can be just as important as doing the right thing!
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
In the ever-changing world of Search Engine Optimization, it isn't uncommon to see masses of information and advice being thrown at you every day. SEOhaus is contacted by hundreds of clients every week looking for an SEO firm that can help answer the question and get them on the road to recovery.
As the need for clarity gets deeper and deeper, SEOhaus has launched - The 7 Deadly Sins of SEO. A concise series of blogs that focuses on 7 important factors of SEO and what you can do to help get your brand on track.
Each 'sin' focuses on various methods from website optimization, to external link building, to setting your expectations wisely.
Our clients are always interested in best practices and ways they can help themselves. Indeed some marketeers just visit our blog to help get the best information and advice from the latest in Google land. This series puts together a comprehensive list of 7 major factors you should be concentrating on to help get the best out of your SEO in a fun, light-hearted way.
Christine Martindale, an account manager at SEOhaus heads up the series and this week, introduced the series to our readers here and will be delivering a new 'sin' each week starting March 18th with, 'Gluttony - Stuffing your site with keywords'
"The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO is a blog series on what not to do in search engine optimization. These are the tempting, easy fixes that can land you in the purgatory of the un-ranking keywords or, worse yet, blacklisted. When it comes to SEO, not doing the wrong thing can be just as important as doing the right thing."
SEOhaus is an internet marketing company based in San Diego, California for over 12 years. They have over 600 clients which range from the small local dentist right up to the corporate. You can contact the group on 1-800-605-8913 or info(at)seohaus(dot)com. Michael Harbron heads up the sales and marketing for the group and can be reached on 619 309 9844.