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The Magical Art of Misdirection with Search Engine Optimization SEO

November 2nd 2005

The Magical Art of Misdirection with Search Engine Optimization SEO

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If you have ever seen a magician make something disappear, only to show up in another place, it is what magicians call… Misdirection.

Similarly on the Web, if you want to gain web presence, you need to utilize what the Web Success Team calls “The Art of Misdirection.”

Briefly put, it is developing a targeted Mini-Web Site or Stand-alone Web Page to boost your main website’s effectiveness in attracting visitors and turning them into buyers.

 

We are not actually “tricking” visitors, but increasing your opportunity to “attract” a viewer’s attention and directing them to your website through multiple web pages. The more stand-alone web pages or targeted mini-sites the more chances of viewers landing on your web page. Plus if the TEAM “optimizes” them for the search engines, your traffic will increase even more, making you easier to find!

 
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By Robert Speyer
Bob is Co-Founder, President of Web Success Team and Speyergraphix Design Studio.  Bob and his team can handle all of your offline design and advertising needs.  Contact Bob
 

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