How to use rel=author, rel=me attribute for SEO

Posted by Damodar Bashyal on February 11, 2012


Its been a while since rel="author" and rel="me" tags are in talks around SEO related sites and people. With the buzz I also couldn't resist it for too long and I just added them in my sites, just around 2 weeks ago. And, here you go it's working now, if my website appears on google search, it shows my author photo too. How cool is that? And it was so exciting for me to see that. After this it has already improved my visitor count.

So what did I do to make this happen?


Social Media Advertising: Tips for the Finance Professions

Posted by Damodar Bashyal on January 23, 2011


Social media advertising techniques make it possible to make friends on the internet within your given profession. By using websites tailored specifically to promoting blogs for specific professions like finance, family, writing, health, etc., you can promote yourself as an expert in your field over time.

I like to emphasize over time because, although this is an important part of your internet advertising campaign, the benefits of social media advertising are not immediately apparent. Instead, it can take weeks, months and sometimes years to make the friends necessary to promote your success. Let's look at one profession to illustrate this point: finance.


Social Media, Seo and Advertising

Posted by Sam Jefferies on January 14, 2011


In years past, all advertising was done through a newspaper classified ad, a notice on the pegboard at your local grocery, commercials on television, and ads received in the mail. In the world of advertising, today you still have the television commercials, newspaper ads, and a new form of advertising called Social Media. Seeing those two words side by side just do not seem like they go together. When you break the words down social means meeting new people and having fun and media means some type of advertising. Putting that all together, it sounds as if social media means meeting people, having fun, and advertising. That does not sound like advertising, but it is.