These are some must see videos for getting more business, all produced by our CEO - Monte.



1st page on Google Search Engine Result Page (SERP) Explained


The 3 ways to get found on the front page of a Google Search Results Page (SERP). Compete and pay via Google AdWords, Claim you free listing in Google Places and optomise for the local search algorithm, Search Engine Optomise (SEO) your web site..



Google vs Yellow Pages - Let your figures do the talking!


Yellow has ruled as a monopoly for decades. Now there is a new kid in town - Google, who is doing it better, faster and cheaper. See the results for yourself.



Why "claim" your business in Google Places


The data provided in Google Places is used for Google's Universal search, Google Maps, Google Earth and Google Mobile. You must claim your business in Google Places so your business can be found on all of these platforms.



What to do and what not to do with Google Places.


This video show what "to do" and what "not to do" when claiming your Google Places.



How to Search Engine Optimise (SEO) your Google Places listing.


This video show how to Search Engine Optimise (SEO) your Google Places listing. Add pictures, YouTube videos, get reviews and add coupons.



Using Google Alerts to monitor your competition.


Using Google Alerts to monitor your competition, manage your online reputation and keep current on news in your industry using Google Alerts. Do this today!



Does your "call to action" show in various browser sizes?


Google Labs has a free tool to assist you to "see" what your own web site looks like in various browser sizes. As 80% of web searchers never scroll this is important to see and make web changes.



Reputation Management


Who controls the 1st page of Google for your name, company and brand(s)? It should be you and it’s easy to do with free profiles that Google values and ranks well.



Claim your Business Name on Twitter


It's free and only takes a few minutes. This is part of your reputation management.



No Cost Traffic with Google’s SEO Starter Guide


Released on 8 November 2010, this 32 page PDF free document is the complete check list you will ever need to manage your web master, outsource SEO service or "do it yourself".

Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 1 covers the Title Tag and the Description tag, that show up for your web site in the Google search index.


Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 2 covers "words" in your web sites URL’s, web site navigation & site maps. (above)


Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 3 covers keyword phrases in content, 'anchor text' and & image 'alt tags'. (above)


Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 4 covers the robots.txt file and the 'nofollow' attribute. (above)


Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 5 covers the mobile devices and your website. (above)


Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 6 covers Social Media, Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools


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