There is a lot of buzz about the "[B]search long tail[/B]". You might also have heard it called the "[B]search tail[/B]", "[B]keyword tail[/B]", or simply "[B]long tail[/B]". Here is:
[LIST][*]a nutshell introduction to this phenomenon,[*]a summary of why it is important to your forum success, and[*]a summary how the positive benefits are magnified by vBSEO[/LIST]
The concept of
Updated 10-30-2010 at 05:07 PM by Andrés Durán Hewitt
[FONT=Arial Narrow][SIZE=7][COLOR=YellowGreen][B]Web eyes for success?
V - B - S - E - O will help
Bring forum clicks[/B][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
What is your vBSEO Haiku?
[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=4][B]Perhaps it's more of a not-so-secret advantage! But that doesn't stop people from being creative...[/B][/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana]
I just finished speed reading another forum, and zero-ing in on threads related to vBSEO.
One particular post jumped right out at me - and I'm confident you will find this interesting.
[B] The situation:[/B] A user was asking for vBSEO reviews. One person responded saying that they were a vBSEO customer,
I just visited a forum and noticed something interesting. [B]See attached.[/B]
The user has vBAdvanced CMPS on their homepage.
Even though we use vBA here at vBSEO.com, I'm still not a big fan. Its rigid style just does not look great. Quite often it's hard to visually lock-in on anything due to an excess of ugly little modules like useless calendars and other link "boxes".
But this designer did something cool:
Updated 12-07-2007 at 01:39 AM by Joe Ward