Business Heading in a New Direction – Stack Plastics

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Problem: Stack Plastics, a Bay Area Injection Molding Company, was heading in a new direction—spearheaded by the launch of a brand new website. They contacted Ecreativeworks to ensure best practices SEO were implemented to create a new emphasis on targeting organic customers. Solution: From implementation to launch, and through ongoing optimization, Ecreativeworks ensured the framework […]

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Does Website Optimization Really Work?: Just ask Plasma Rugged Solutions

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            Plasma Rugged Case Study: When we think of site optimization we think of adding new keywords or key phrases that we would like clients to be indexed for. With Plasma Rugged we took it to another level. Plasma Rugged needed a UX overhaul and a core page restructuring to […]

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Google + Javascript Indexing = Google Indexing Facebook Comments?

Matt Cutts recently confirmed what many geeks of the web world have been hinting at for some time- Google indexes content contained in AJAX/Javascript comment boxes on blogs, webpages and forums which includes Facebook comments. Read more about what this means and what you should know.

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Keyword Stuffing – A Copywriting Game Not to Play

Did you ever play the game Chubby Bunny at camp when you were a kid? You know, the game where you stuff as many marshmallows as you can into your mouth and try to say the words “Chubby Bunny” while laughing and trying not to choke on the powdered sugar goodness? Just in case a […]

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The Art of War: Sun Tzu on SEO

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What Sun Tzu’s The Art of War can teach us about search engine optimization, and why the path to true SEO dominance starts before your site ever goes live.

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