Showing posts with label Stand. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stand. Show all posts

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Estate Agency Displays ? Making Your Business Stand Out from the Rest!

Estate Agency Displays ? Making Your Business Stand Out from the Rest!

Let's face it; the global recession has had a significant impact on all of us in different ways. Nobody thought that the recession was going to be an easy ride, however, it has proved more crippling that we ever expected. With the Government's new initiatives already starting to take shape and come into force, we're all facing tough times ahead.

Although the global recession has been a damning time for all, it has however brought about many new opportunities. Look at the property market for example – prices have significantly dropped making it easier for first-time buyers to get onto the property ladder. Prices are still extremely low and it looks like it will be even longer than anticipated for house prices to start rising significantly again.

If your job entails anything to do with the property market, you will be fully aware of what changes have occurred since the UK went into recession. As you will probably agree, estate agents are currently being overloaded with work because of the significant amount of people looking to sell their homes. Although this may be viewed as unfortunate due to the fact that people are selling their homes in order to free up capital, this is clearly working in favour of estate agents. It is therefore vitally important at this present time for estate agents to be pro-active when it comes to marketing.

Estate agents have greatly changed their practices over recent years, many of which are utilising the power of the Internet to sell properties; however, traditional methods of marketing are still as important. As you will have probably already noticed, the number of estate agents who have estate agency displays in their windows is increasing.

Unlike traditional A4 pieces of paper stuck to the window with Blu-Tack, estate agency displays are ideal for drawing attention to properties. Estate agency displays are rotating electronic displays which are incredibly easy to change and have a double effect; firstly they stop people as they walk past, and secondly they entice people to enquire about properties which they are interested in. If you are looking for an effective marketing method with proven results, look no further than estate agency displays! specialise in commercial display signage including estate agency displays . We have more than 20 years experience in displays, digital media and lighting; visit our site for more info.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

7 Search Engines That Stand Out In 2010

7 Search Engines That Stand Out In 2010
With Google holding its position as king of search, and with Google intending to hold on to that position, there is in the shadows of the Internet thousands of alternative search engines fighting to get a piece of the lucrative marketplace for Internet search.

The English language market for search is dominated by a few big behemoths. According to a report by comScore the market in October 2009 was dominated by Google (65.4%), Yahoo (18.0%), Microsoft (9.9%), Ask (3.9%) and AOL (2.9%), followed by MapQuest, eBay, craigslist, Fox, MySpace, Facebook and Amazon.

With the search market valued at $ 300 Billion that makes every single 1% worth $ 3 Billion when selling the company and you would do well by taking just a 0.1% slice of that cake. The number of start up search engines is only going to increase with everyone wanting a slice of the market.

This is the top 7 search engines that the 2010 blog headlines are likely to gossip around. New or old, all of them have in common that they deliver good search results and they have been innovating in 2009.


With two ex Googlers, Anna Patterson and Russell Power, in the management and by claiming to be the worlds biggest search engine Cuil has a lot to deliver.

Overloaded servers that generated low quality search results hampered the initial 2008 launch giving Cuil a lot of negative media attention but of you try a search today you'll find the search results are really good and there is an explore by category function that is among the best I've seen.


The search engine with the silly name and a cute interface combines Yahoo BOSS, Wikipedia and it's own crawler DuckDuckBot to create both hard information in a Zero-click information box, categories to further refine searches and of course the actual search results.

DuckDuckGo was launched in 2008 by Gabriel Weinberg and is a private venture that has been growing steadily during 2009. I think this search engine has a clear niche carved out for itself, watch out for what they do in 2010


A totally cool search engine, Spezify. It renders the search results as newspaper clippings spread out on the screen with a mix of photos and quotes from web pages. Instead of clicking to and from between websites to decide which one provides you a solution you can read the brief clippings and get a decent enough overview that you often can choose the right website on the first or second try.

Spezify is very handy tool for brainstorming. Just type in any keyword and you'll get a ton of ideas for a new article or blog post.

Secret Search Engine Labs

This is a search engine that does not try to rank sites the same way as the big three, G-Y-B. As Google gives priority to mature and large sites, many new, small and relevant sites are hard to find in their search results. Secret Search Engine Labs ranks sites based on page contents and links using their trademark CashRank algorithm to filter out questionable content.

Secret Search Engine Labs was initiated in 2007 by Simon Byholm, a software engineer and entrepreneur from Finland, and in addition to relevant and novel search results it aims to provide tools and info for webmasters on how webpages are ranked.


Bing is a re-branded Microsoft's Live Search that was previously MSN Search. With a forceful marketing campaign Microsoft has managed to grab almost 10% of the marketplace for search. The media attention surrounding the re-launch has fueled innovation adding new functions like the daily changing background photo, suggested topics and popularity trends.

With Microsoft working fiercely to increase Bing's market share you need to watch them closely during 2010.


With a management team with backgrounds Topix, Google, AOL and Netscape Search this start-up search engine is as secretive as Google about what they will do and when.

We are still waiting for Blekkos official launch. It was promised for the end of 2009 though so you can expect it to make some serious news in 2010. We can only hope it's exciting news.


Monitter is not a traditional search engine but a real-time Twitter search where you can keep an eye on several keywords and see all tweets containing those keywords in real time as they are tweeted. When you have a need to monitor you niche or area of expertise or if you just want to keep an eye on the conversation this is a neat tool.

What About The Rest?

Chances are you know that Google is innovating and there is no doubt they will make some noise in 2010. Wolfram Alpha is fascinating as it is the only major search engine that makes the results from data.

There's a horde of social, real time or just odd search engines starting up and there's no telling if one of them develops into the next Twitter and grabs it's share of the search market. You will find info on most of them in this list of search engines, in this other search engine list or on a blog that reviews just about every new search engine launched.

After many years of Google - Yahoo - Microsoft rule there is now signs of radical changes to the search landscape. There's new technology sprouting like mushrooms in every corner of the Net. New search engines using social networks, visual presentation, new semantic algorithms and real-time results to stand out from the crown are popping up everywhere. The result, even if we don't get a new top three, is that the ruling behemoths will have to keep innovating to keep up with the crowd and in the end we'll get a better search experience.

Simon Byholm is the founder of an alternative search engine that strives to provide fresh search results on a small budget. Webmasters can use the add url form to include their site in the index.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Blog Success - Tips Make Your Blog Stand Out

Blog Success - Tips Make Your Blog Stand Out
Blogging is a great way to drive targeted traffic to your websites, sales letters and opt-in pages. Leaving your thoughts down on the Internet on a regular basis helps build credibility for your business or service. There are millions of blogs online for every kind of subject, so how do you make sure your readers enjoy it? Follow these tips to blogging success.

Branding your blog is important. Each major blog platform has the ability to customize parts of the template. Uploading a branded header image helps the reader remember the company logo. Use videos of your business as posts to create some excitement instead of using all text. Various types of digital files can be included into your posts: MP3's, videos and clickable pictures help brighten up information. Multimedia builds trust and rapport for your brand because readers can see you and your company in many different real-world applications.

Encourage comments on your posts. Creating interactivity and dialogue will help build readership and fans. The way to high and consistent readership is to get people subscribing to the blog. RSS feeds and services like FeedBlitz help build subscribers. Readers will be more apt to subscribe if they know the author is reading and replying to comments. Also, you can get a huge boost of traffic by leaving comments on other people's blogs.

To help get good search engine positioning for your blog, be sure to include keywords in the domain name for your blog address. Domain names are how the search engines find blogs along with good keywords in the titles. The use of tags in each post help connect your blog to all the other ones in the network. When someone clicks on a tag, all the other blogs with the same tag will appear in a search result. This gives the reader many more choices for resources and keeps your blog interconnected with the others.

Always include a call to action at the end of each post with a clearly defined clickable link to additional resources. These resources can be sales letters for your products or an opt-in page to build your database. Content + benefits + call to action = sales.

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Alka Dalal is an experienced internet marketer and fine artist that has been speaking to audiences for over 25 years about ways to increase their businesses.

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

An Excellent Stand Point For Building Backlinks

An Excellent Stand Point For Building Backlinks

You have to go about link building in the right way, however, and to do this it helps to be up to date with the latest search engine formulas for ranking websites. If you want to get the most out of your link building efforts, you should try to get as many one way links as possible. This differs from the technique of seeking reciprocal links, and it's a little harder. But rest assured if you are able to get one way links, it'll get easier for you to get on the first page of Google and other search engines. If you are looking for some effective link building methods to use for your own business, the following tips will help you.

One of the elements that many webmasters ignore when building links is the content on their site. Sometimes you need to think beyond the link building methods and pay attention to the quality of the content you have on your site. If you want to get the most out of your backlinks, make sure you have relevant and unique content on your site. If you succeed at getting lots of traffic to your site, your content still has to be good to keep your visitors there. Having links pointing to pages with low quality content will not convince the search engines to rank you well. Also, you need to make sure that the pages you're linking to have good content and are relevant to your website's theme. If they're not relevant, then the search engines will definitely not be impressed. There are dofollow and nofollow backlinks, the first one is best but it's also best to mix them up. Just in case you don't know, the dofollow backlinks allow Google Page Rank (a calculated number) to be passed from the site through the link to your site. There is hyperlink code that is called out either as "nofollow" or "dofollow," and that will either allow or not allow PR to pass. Most marketers know those terms even if they don't do SEO. If you're going to do your own link building, then you need to understand that and do use both to look more natural. Just do a search in Google for no/do follow link checker.

If you're not familiar with using directories for traffic and backlinks, then you love this one. Sure, there's work involved with it just like anything else in online marketing, but you will like yourself later for doing it. You can easily find a list of web directories by searching on Google.

So, if you want to rank in the engines, then just accept that you will have to do link building. Knowledge plus taking appropriate action is what will make the difference in your success.

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