I’ll be spending most of next Monday giving up time as I fly over the country across three time zones, so it’s not too likely that I’ll have the energy or will to write this next Monday. Â I apologize to you, my dear and beloved readers. Â I know how your Monday isn’t complete without the Nextwave SEO Review.
Joe’s SEO Campaign
Some big ups, some little downs, mostly steady as usual. Â Time to remind Joe that we need to take this campaign to the next level.
Eric’s SEO Campaign
Last week I mentioned that I was keeping a close eye on Eric’s site since it had just been redesigned. Â I moved all the location links back to the footer so they would show up on all pages again, and that seems to have helped. Â I also got Eric to create more and better-optimized text for each of the landing pages.
The results? Â It looks like there’s still a lot of Google Dancing going on (meaning several search phrases are jumping up and down just about every day), but terms are returning to where they were.
Josh’s SEO Campaign
A couple small ups and a couple small downs. Â Our main search phrase held steady though.
Nilesh’s SEO Campaign
While there was some small fluctuation throughout the week on a few search phrases, the secondary domain’s rankings ended up the same at the end of the week as at the beginning. Â The primary domain dropped 1-2 spots for a few phrases, but overall was pretty steady. Â We’re going to do a review of on-page factors. Â This site was also recently redesigned, but the content of each page was copied over verbatim.
Bryce’s SEO Campaign
Bryce’s newly-designed website will be live on Friday. Â We’ll have a lot more control over on-site optimization factors at that point. Â Most importantly, we’ll be able to create content and pages for some of the terms for which we’re trying to rank the site. Â As it is, the site ranks the same this week for its top two phrases (#1 and #4) while the one we’re going to start pushing for dropped a good bit last week. Â It’s not unexpected though, as the exact phrase appears nowhere on the site. Â It’s kind of surprising that it’s ranked at all, given that fact. Â Anyway, look for some major improvements for secondary search phrases in the next few weeks.