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What You Need to Know About SEO Sept 2012

Nashville SEO Meetup – Thursday, September 27

Join us for the next SEO Internet Marketing Group Meetup at David Lipscomb. In this session get more traffic to your WordPress website. We will show you how to use the #1 rated SEO plugin, the Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin.

When: 6:30pm Thursday, September 27
Where: David Lipscomb’s McFarland Science Building Room 321
Cost: Priceless (and free)

Click here to RSVP to the WordPress SEO Plugin Review meeting.
http://www.meetup.com/Nashville-SEO-Group/events/71704572/

WordPress and SEO Training Class

Earlier this month we introduced our first WordPress and SEO training class. Speaking to a packed room, the class was a huge success and our participants were asking for more.

Partnering with John Housholder of AhSo Designs, we gave expert advice on how to develop, maintain, and market your website within the WordPress Genesis framework.

Stay tuned for the announcement of our next class, date, time and location.

BarCamp Nashville: Not Your Typical Conference

BarCamp Nashville 2012. It’s not your typical technology conference. It’s way better!

Slated for Saturday, October 20 at Tequila Cowboy downtown, join Nashville’s tech community and network with Nashville’s best.

Click here for my post on the BarCamp Blog – what to expect and what NOT to expect at #bcn12

Jack Dorsey of Square, Inc

You may have seen them – these square credit card reading devices that hook up to portable devices. They have been popping up all over from restaurants to individual freelancers and now Starbuck’s will begin using them too.

Click here to read this informative article in the Wall Street Journal which introduces this revolutionary device and interviews the front man of the company. To give Jack Dorsey further credentials, he is one of the co-founders of Twitter, too.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444433504577652134241536696.html?mod=WSJ_Tech_MIDDLETopNews

Recovering From a Google Penalty

This blog post at Search Engine Watch documents the efforts by an SEO specicalist to recover from a Google penalty. It’s great insight into how seemingly innocent past tactics can come back to haunt you at any time.

And sometimes, it really takes an experienced SEO to pinpoint the problem.

The post specifically addresses a site hit by a content quality penalty. Suggestions for duplicate content research begin with the use of Copyscape – a webtool that searches for duplicate content on the web. The post also encourages the use of original, meaningful, and up-to-date content.

Click here to read to read the blog post in full.

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