Finding Information About Reverse Email Lookups

By Dana Goldberg

A reverse lookup email, or reverse email search is needed when you have the email address but not the person or company name from whom it came. If you have an e-mail from an unknown sender, you might be curious who it came from. Or, you might want to reconnect with old classmates or friends.

In the formative years of the Internet, people often elected to submit their e-mail addresses and information to online email directories. The Internet was new and people saw it as a great way to connect and be found by others. Sites such as Bigfoot had millions of emails in its database. These sites still exist and have a large database of emails but they can be mostly out of date.

The first thing you should try when reverse lookup email checking is to go to Google. Type in the e-mail address into the search box and see what hits are returned. Perhaps you will get lucky. People are often unaware that there e-mail address is on the Internet and linked to their name. Yahoo is another good source as are social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Linkedin.

Plenty of people use web based services for their email accounts. Addresses with Gamil, Hotmail, or Yahoo are very hard to trace. People prefer that their personal information is absent. They often sign up with a nickname or initials anyway. The Internet does not give up its secrets easily!

There are free email search sites out there, but they are usually pretty poor or they just tease you to pay for your search. You would do better to find a pay site and just spend a little cash to get results.

Reverse lookup email is not a sure thing. For many email addresses, you will not find any information. But, persistence can pay off; keep trying and you may get results. - 30830

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Beginners Guide - SEO Info

By Felipe Hernandez

SEO is a tool that is used by many websites to improve not only the internal but also the external aspects of a website which helps in increasing web traffic. Different websites approach SEO in a different manner as some just follow the basic rules while others are more innovative and spend more time and money on it.

More than 80% of the web traffic today is driven by three major search engines which we all use for our daily web browsing. Those search engines are Google, MSN and Yahoo. These three search engines along with numerous other search engines are the key that drives web traffic to different websites. That is why most sites that get pulled up in the first two pages of these search engines manage to attract a lot of web traffic.

When a person enters a sentence, phrase or word in the search engine related to a product, the search engine shows the top SEO sites first. Hence, an SEO friendly website means a site that has more of these phrases or words that are entered by people to search for similar products.

If you are still wondering why your website needs SEO, then here is how it works. The amount of data available for search engines is not infinite hence; when a search is entered the search engine looks for SEO websites which have all the keywords entered in the search and pulls them up accordingly. Therefore, your website needs to be SEO friendly to be able to be pulled up by one of the major search engines.

That is not the only advantage. One more thing that the SEO does is improves your overall web ranking. As search engines will always pull the top ranked sites first, the higher your website is ranked the better it is for business.

There is no toning down the advantages that an SEO has on increasing revenue. That is why thousands of websites today are investing more money on getting their website SEO friendly. If you'd like to make an SEO friendly website then there are loads of resources on the World Wide Web that tell you exactly how to do it. - 30830

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Tips for Video Marketing and Video SEO

By Marcus Richard

According to the latest research, not only is online video the fastest growing media online, but is has now surpassed search as the most popular activity online. Online video views surpassed searches performed on the top 5 search engines, according to stats released by comScore and covered by ReelSEO in October 2008.

Because online video is so popular right now, it presents a unique opportunity for online marketers to leverage video content as an effective means for marketing brands, products, and services. Because online video marketing is in the nascent stages, there is much that is not well understood. For content producers as well as internet marketers, it is important to learn how to produce and publish video content in a way that users can easily discover your video content on the search engines. For this, one must learn and understand video search engine optimization, or SEO for video content.

In order to leverage the power of online video with search, one must first answer the question, "what is video SEO, or video search engine optimization?" Simply stated, it is the art and process of creating online video content in such a way that it is easily discovered and indexed by search engines. Doing this will help to drive maximum exposure to your video content. When we talk about video SEO, there are really 2 separate and distinct strategies for optimizing video online.

One strategy for video SEO is that which we call "Posted" video SEO. Essentially, this is when you optimize video content that is uploaded to video websites like Youtube and Yahoo. With "Posted" video SEO, the strategy is to generate as many views as possible for your videos. Uploading your video to these sites allows you to draw upon the massive audience of viewers that these sites already have. In addition, because these websites have a pre-existing authority and page rank with the search engines, this is an effective strategy to leverage these sites to obtain rankings within organic and universal search.

When optimizing your video for uploading ("posted" video SEO), it is very important that you choose your target keywords wisely and include these in your titles, descriptions, tags, comments, etc... There are also many services available on the web that allow you to upload your videos to multiple video sharing websites at once. Although there are a few tactics that can help, for the most part, a "posted" strategy does not assist well with driving traffic back to your own website.

While "Posted" video SEO is a great strategy for getting video views, "Hosted" video SEO is a good strategy when your goal is to drive users to your own website. Essentially, "hosted" video SEO is the practice of optimizing your own website video content. Another benefit to this strategy is that it allows website owners to leverage video content to generate high rankings within the major search engines due to the proliferation of universal search

With "hosted" video SEO, it is most important that you follow best practices in general for search engine optimization. Because search engines can not yet read within video content, it is important that you optimize the HTML pages that contain your video content much in the same way that you would with regular SEO. Although there are many detailed tips and techniques for "hosted" video SEO, most can be summed up with the following tips:

1) When including video on a web page, make certain that you populate the page with relevant on-page text.

2) Consider publishing a transcript or captions for your video.

3) Keep your videos in one main directory with one video per unique URL.

4) Create and submit a video sitemap to guide the search engines to your video content.

5) Create inbound links to your video pages and encourage linking and sharing of your video content.

Whether you choose "posted" or "hosted" video SEO, ReelSEO is a great reference and resource for your to learn more tips and guidelines for video search engine optimization and marketing. ReelSEO is the only website available today that is completely focused on providing expert advice when it comes to video search engine optimization. If you want to learn more, ReelSEO is the most authoritative site in existence.

Take advantage of online video marketing and video SEO. Good luck to you and your efforts. - 30830

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