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February 13, 2008


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It's funny how alot of people are ignorant of SEO.


Great post. I recently wrote an article about how presidential candidates are making use of their websites and wanted to share it with you. I talk about usability and the potential conversion value. I think the article may be of interest to you and your readers.

We do cover minor similar points but I expounded a bit and covered a few more candidates.

I'd love to hear your feedback.



Thanks for providing great information. For getting any information about the market you need 2 search in a strategical manner to get the absolute result.

I think this is where personality branding is useful. It's expensive, but people like this can afford it.

I definitely think our current president has made great use of his website. He might be a little too hands on though, imo.

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