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The Importance of Organic

So you have a couple of options if you want to be found online. The first is to pay a search engine for Ad Spots. We’ve all seen those; they’re the search hits at the very top of the page that look like spam and are sometimes relevant to what your search query is, sometimes not-so-much. Either way, most of us don’t actually click on them.

The next option is the “Organic” search results, meaning those results that are the closest likely match in reference to what your directed request was. These are what most people click on when they send out a search request, and they fall directly below the paid ad spots.

The problem? You’re not on that first page of search results, based on a search term you want to be found under. Oiy, we understand your pain and we’re here to solve that problem with you.

Let’s assume you’ve got your search tags, you’ve got your Google Places validation and you’ve even got a blog. Awesome! So what’s the next step to ensuring that your website is being found online? (and not somewhere on the 5th page of search results which no soul actually looks at)

You may or may not be aware that most of the searching Google’s “spiders” are doing, is on the main page of your website. If you’re not sure of what a search engine “spider” is, it’s the part of a search engine’s technology that is responsible for collecting and storing relevant website information. In most cases, these spiders aren’t scratching the surface of your website’s sub-pages. So while you may have phenomenally relevant information strewn throughout your entire site, if it’s not on your main landing page, it’s likely not getting picked up by search engines, or similarly, your website is being over shadowed by your competitors’ sites that have all that great info on their main page, and then some. BUMMER.

So how do you get in the game? The equation to being found is relatively simple (minus all the tech geek lingo) and it looks like this:  your company’s main page + all industry-relevant keywords = higher organic search-request hits. This means you get found at a higher frequency. So while you may be blogging away on a sub-page of your website, while you may be wringing out all of what social media has to offer you and you may even be keen to what search engine tags you need to embed into your website; you can be garnering a greater market share by simply weaving those important keywords into your main landing page, instead of blogging them away on a sub page or worse, not incorporating them at all. *GASP*

If you’re an uber creative type that enjoys writing as much as we do, then start incorporating this concept into your site and watch the fish swim in. If you’d rather keep an eye on your business, while someone else spends hours pondering the best keywords for you and how to weave them into your website tactfully, contact us. We’ll creatively rework your landing page to organically include those all-important keywords so you have a much higher chance of being found, in an ocean of online information. You want you on the first page and we want you on the first page! Let’s get you there.

Tiffany Berry

(708) 497-8151



It would suck to see this right? Well that’s whats happening with SOPA/PIPA.

If you don’t know what this means read on. This brief taken from from Wikipedia explains it and why you should be very, very concerned.

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is a law (bill) of the United States proposed in 2011 to fight online trafficking in copyrighted intellectual property and counterfeit goods. Proposals include barring advertising networks and payment facilities from conducting business with allegedly infringing websites, barring search engines from linking to the sites, and requiring Internet service providers (ISP) to block access to the sites. The bill would criminalize the streaming of such content, with a maximum penalty of five years in prison.

User-content websites such as YouTube would be greatly affected, and concern has been expressed that they may be shut down if the bill becomes law. Opponents state the legislation would enable law enforcement to remove an entire internet domain due to something posted on a single blog, arguing that an entire online community could be punished for the actions of a tiny minority. In a 1998 law, copyright owners are required to request the site to remove the infringing material within a certain amount of time. SOPA would bypass this “safe harbor” provision by placing the responsibility for detecting and policing infringement onto the site itself.

Lobbyists for companies that rely heavily on revenue from intellectual property copyright state it protects the market and corresponding industry, jobs, and revenue. The US president and legislators suggest it may kill innovation. Representatives of the American Library Association state the changes could encourage criminal prosecution of libraries. Other opponents state that requiring search engines to delete a domain name begins a worldwide arms race of unprecedented censorship of the Web and violates the First Amendment.

On January 18, English WikipediaReddit, and several other internet companies coordinated a service blackout to protest SOPA and its sister bill, the Protect IP Act, an estimated 7,000 smaller websites either joined in or posted some kind of protest. Companies, including Google, posted links and images in an effort to raise awareness. A number of other protest actions were organized, including petition drives and boycotts of companies that support the legislation.

Donating a $10,000 Website to Charity

It’s that time of year when goodwill is running high and you just feel…well charitable. How could you not with the lights and the tree’s and the tinsel and the ho, ho, ho’s everywhere?

So in the spirit of the season, Webology  playing Santa and donating a $10,000 website to charity.

This website will be a fully optimized, completely customized site with all the SEO bells and whistles to help drive traffic, custom design elements including customized QR codes, Facebook banner ad’s customized email signatures and all the social media integration it can handle.

The charity can use the donation to create a new website for their own charity or they can sell it, auction it or just put it under the tree and see what happens…

However, there’s a slight problem…  we don’t know who to donate this website too! When we went looking we discovered there are literally thousands of deserving charities out there. All of them needing donations. All of them deserving…

So we’re reaching out to our connections, friends and followers and asking them. ‘Which charity do you think we should choose to donate this $10,000 website to?”

All feedback is welcome and we’d really appreciate your input.

The Webology Staff

So Who’s Handling Your Social Media?


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Let me take three guesses at who you have running your online presence. 1) A brand new college grad who just loves using Facebook… 2) You’re a do-it-yourselfer because…well you’re not too bad at using Facebook either… 3) No one … Continue reading

Customized QR Codes


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QR codes (Quick Response Codes)  What are they and how will they help my business? Scan the glasses with your QR reader app. QR is short for Quick Response (they can be read quickly by a cell phone). They are … Continue reading

SEO results for WEB250 Client Electro-tech Steel. #1 Google Rankings achieved for just $500


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Electro-Tech Steel is an Indiana steel company that specializes in Centerless Grinding Automation. We’re web guys so we’re not too sure what that means but from what we understand there’s a lot of very large steep pipes, a lot of … Continue reading

Get your Website Configured for Mobile Phones. Seriously. Do it now.


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How many times have you gone to a website on your smartphone and discover that its really difficult to navigate the site? The  text is too small, images don’t load and you have to zoom in-zoom out to browse. That … Continue reading



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WEB250: A ONE-STOP ONLINE SOLUTION FOR SMALL BUSINESSES FOR $250 DOWN As a business owner you should know this: Customers are browsing with their laptops, smartphones and iPads, looking for your business…or a business like yours. If you have a weak … Continue reading