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Search Engine Optimization

Today's business climate dictates that optimizing a corporate website is no longer optional: it must be done.  Even the most conservative of internet presence budgets should include some amount for keyword phrase optimization.  This process can be as small as writing targeted titles and descriptions up to powerfully designed and crafted web pages finely tuned for every keyword phrase.

No company can guarantee top search engine placement.  However, Businelle Company does guarantee that we will take your corporate website through a 21-step process and make the best practices decisions regarding search engine optimization.  Equally as important, we will encourage and facilitate monthly measurement and reporting on website performance and recommend any appropriate changes.

Websites are more than pretty marketing pictures tucked away in a closet: NEW CUSTOMERS NEED TO FIND THEM!

Increased Interest in Organic SEO

While PPC costs rise, there is also a trend that no doubt disturbs the engines that offer PPC programs. Sixty-six percent of consumers "distrust" paid search ads. [3] Up to 85% of searchers say they "tend to ignore the paid listings" [4], while 87% of commercial clicks take place "on the natural (not sponsored) search results." [5] Three times as many marketers who outsource the management of their natural SEO to search engine marketing firms and who also participate in pay-per-click advertising recognize a higher ROI from their search engine marketing services than from PPC. [6] These facts, coupled with the fact that Google has recently announced that it will begin to take the relevance of pages into consideration when deciding in what order the ads will appear (which will mean that effective PPC campaigns will need at least some basic organic SEO), point to one obvious result--an increase in the number of companies that investigate organic SEO programs, whether internally generated or provided by outside search engine marketing firms.

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  • The Queen sends her first tweet -

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  • Fewer-than-expected listeners tune in to Pandora in third quarter -

    Traders work at the kiosk where Pandora internet radio is traded on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange(Reuters) - Pandora Media Inc, operator of the leading Internet radio service, reported a lower-than-expected increase in listeners in the third quarter, sending the company's shares down 8 percent in extended trading on Thursday. Pandora said it had 76.5 million active listeners as of Sept. 30, an increase of 5.2 percent from a year earlier. Analysts, on average, had expected 76.7 million, according to market research firm StreetAccount. "In an increasingly competitive environment, driving monthly active user growth will be more challenging particularly given our already significant market position," Chief Executive Brian McAndrews said on a call with analysts.


  • U.S. National Park graffiti vandal spotted through social media -By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) - The National Park Service said on Thursday it was investigating a New York artist as a suspect for graffiti vandalism in parks across the Western United States after she posted at least one picture of herself defacing a protected park on social media. One photo obtained by the blog Modern Hiker and shared with the National Park Service shows the artist putting the finishing touches on an acrylic drawing of a cigarette-smoking woman at Utah's Canyonlands National Park in June. ...
  • Options investors see good times rolling for Facebook -

    Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, reacts during an address to a gathering at the Internet.org Summit in New DelhiBy Saqib Iqbal Ahmed NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc investors used to wild swings in the company's shares following its earnings reports are looking for relative calm on Tuesday, after the social media company posts results. Facebook, whose shares rose 3 percent to a new year-high of $80.63 on Thursday, is scheduled to report third-quarter results on Oct. 28. The cost of a Facebook straddle, in which an investor buys an at-the-money put option and a similar call option, suggests a move of about 7 percent in either direction by Oct. 31. ...


  • U.S. broadcasters win preliminary injunction against Aereo -

    Aereo CEO and founder Kanojia speaks at Internet Week in New YorkBy Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York federal judge on Thursday barred embattled video streaming company Aereo from transmitting the programs of television broadcasters as they are being shown, blocking its bid to operate like a traditional cable system. The ruling was another win for major broadcasters, whose copyrights the U.S Supreme Court in June said Aereo violated in retransmitting the programming to subscribers' devices via the Internet. Aereo shuttered its service three days after the high court's decision and has since been pushing the courts and regulators to see it as analogous to cable, eligible for a license under the Copyright Act. "Doing its best to turn lemons into lemonade, Aereo now seeks to capitalize on the Supreme Court's comparison of it to a (cable) system," U.S.


  • Sweden's Eniro gets respite from lenders - report -STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish web search engine group Eniro has reached a deal with its banks giving it more time meet its debt covenants, Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet reported on Thursday. Eniro in September cut its 2014 profit forecast for the second time in two months, after finding accounting inaccuracies which led it to ask police to investigate its former chief executive. Eniro shares were halted for trading earlier on Thursday after another media report saying negotiations between Eniro and lenders were heading for failure. ...
  • U.S. senator asks Internet providers to commit to no 'fast lanes' -

    Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont speaks to reporters in HavanaBy Alina Selyukh WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy on Thursday pressed large Internet providers to pledge that they will not strike deals that may help some websites load faster than others or give similar "fast lanes" to affiliated services. As regulators work on new so-called "net neutrality" rules, Leahy wrote to chiefs of AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications Inc, Time Warner Cable Inc and Charter Communications Inc. ...


  • Google bolsters artificial intelligence efforts, partners with Oxford -

    Google signage seen at the company's offices in New YorkBy Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is expanding its artificial intelligence initiative, hiring more than half a dozen leading academics and experts in the field and announcing a partnership with Oxford University to "accelerate" its efforts. Google will make a "substantial contribution" to establish a research partnership with Oxford's computer science and engineering departments, the company said on Thursday regarding its work to develop the intelligence of machines and software, often to emulate human-like intelligence. ...


  • GrubHub revenue jumps as more customers order food online -

    GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney takes a "selfie" photograph before ringing the opening bell, before the company's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York(Reuters) - GrubHub Inc reported a more than five-fold jump in quarterly profit as more consumers used the online food-order-and-delivery company to order meals. The company's shares rose as much as 6 percent to $39.50 in early trading on Thursday. GrubHub, which delivers everything from expensive steaks to bento boxes, receives a commission from restaurants on orders booked through its website and mobile application. Online food delivery companies have been benefiting as more people use smartphones and other devices to order online. ...


  • Canadian MPs in lockdown tweet of terror fears, toilet line ups -By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian lawmakers locked down inside parliament for up to 10 hours turned to Twitter to send messages to their friends and families letting them know they were safe albeit exhausted. Politicians across the political spectrum, often at odds over serious issues, were united in their concern and dismay after a gunman launched an attack on the building. ...
  • Google launches new email service dubbed 'Inbox' -

    A Google logo is seen at the garage where the company was founded on Google's 15th anniversary in Menlo Park, California(Reuters) - Google Inc launched an email service called "Inbox" on Wednesday that will better organize emails and display information such as appointments, flight bookings and package deliveries in a more user-friendly way. Google said it was sending out invitations to selected Gmail users to try out the new service. Users can also email the company at inbox@google.com to get an invitation. For now the new service is being provided alongside Gmail, which was launched in 2004. It will be available on the Web as well as on Android smartphones and iPhones. ...


  • Angie's List adds fewer members; shares plunge -By Sai Sachin R (Reuters) - Angie's List Inc, which operates a website that allows users to review local businesses, reported a bigger-than- expected quarterly loss as it added fewer paid members. The company's shares fell as much as 20 percent, adding to their steady decline through the year. Up to Tuesday's close, they had nearly halved in value this year. The company has been losing market share and subscribers because it charges customers membership fees to access reviews and ratings on its site that Yelp Inc, TripAdvisor Inc and others provide for free. ...
  • Pope Francis plays long game to reform Catholic Church -

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  • EMC to buy much of Cisco's stake in joint venture VCE -(Reuters) - Data storage products maker EMC Corp said it will buy much of Cisco System Inc's stake in their joint venture VCE for an undisclosed sum. VCE, set up in 2009 as a one-stop shop for data centers, bundles Cisco's networking equipment and servers with EMC's storage gear and software from EMC's virtualization software unit VMware Inc. Reports of EMC and Cisco encroaching on each other's turfs had sparked speculation that the partnership was fraying. Cisco, which had a 35 percent stake in the joint venture, will retain a 10 percent stake in VCE. ...
  • Hungary plans new tax on Internet traffic, public calls for rally -By Marton Dunai BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary plans to impose a new tax on Internet data transfers, a draft 2015 tax bill submitted to parliament late on Tuesday showed, in a move that could hit Internet and telecoms providers and their customers hard. The draft tax code contains a provision for Internet providers to pay a tax of 150 forints (60 US cents) per gigabyte of data traffic, though it would also let companies offset corporate income tax against the new levy. ...
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  • New York financial regulator pushes banks to plug gaps in cybersecurity -(Reuters) - Following the massive cyber attack on the biggest U.S. bank JPMorgan Chase & Co disclosed in August, and other financial institutions, government authorities in United States are pushing financial institutions and brokerage houses to close glaring gaps in cybersecurity. In a letter sent to many banks on Tuesday, the New York State Department of Financial Services superintendent, Benjamin Lawsky, expressed concern about the "level of insight financial institutions have into the sufficiency of cybersecurity controls of their third-party service providers. ...
  • Exclusive: Ex-spy chief's private firm ends deal with U.S. official -

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  • Yahoo in talks to buy ad service BrightRoll: TechCrunch -

    A Yahoo logo is pictured in front of a building in Rolle(Reuters) - Online search and advertising company Yahoo Inc is in talks to buy digital video advertising service provider BrightRoll for around $700 million, tech blog TechCrunch reported. Term sheets have been signed and the price, if the deal is completed, looks likely to be in the region of $700 million?$725 million, the blog reported, without citing sources. BrightRoll, which helps advertisers to publish ads on websites, mobiles and connected TVs, raised over $40 million from investors and had over $100 million in revenue in 2013, according to the report. (http://tcrn. ...


  • U.S. national security prosecutors shift focus from spies to cyber -

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  • Israel's ThetaRay turns to maths to detect cyber threats -By Tova Cohen HOD HASHARON Israel (Reuters) - As businesses face a growing threat of cyber attacks, Israeli start-up ThetaRay is betting on maths to provide early detection, enabling the shutdown of systems before damage can be done. The year-old company's first investor was venture capital firm Jerusalem Venture Partners. It is now also backed by heavyweights like General Electric, which uses ThetaRay to protect critical infrastructure such as power plants, and Israel's biggest bank, Hapoalim, which deployed the technology to detect bank account anomalies. ...
  • Mystery startup Magic Leap raises $542 mln from Google, others -(Reuters) - Magic Leap Inc, a startup focused on augmented reality technology, said it raised $542 million in a funding round led by Google Inc. Little is known about Magic Leap's product, but founder and CEO Rony Abovitz said in February that his company's mission was to "develop and commercialize.. the most natural and human-friendly wearable computing interface in the world." (http://bit.ly/ZEocLU) Investors in the latest round included Qualcomm Inc, the world's No.1 mobile phone chipmaker, Andreessen Horowitz, KKR and Legendary Entertainment. ...
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  • Russia ruled out as culprit in Chase cyber security breach, U.S. officials say -WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Russian government has been ruled out as sponsor of a cyber attack on JPMorgan Chase & Co disclosed in August, U.S. law enforcement officials said on Monday.Officials from the FBI and Secret Service told a news conference at the Financial Services Roundtable in Washington that authorities believe the attack was the work of cyber criminalsEarly news reports in August said that investigators feared the attack was conducted on behalf of the Russian government as retribution for economic sanctions imposed by the United States. ...
  • China-backed hackers may have infiltrated Apple's iCloud: blog -

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  • Apple's iPhone sales beat Street but iPad volumes slide -

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  • Oregon man said missing after answering Craigslist ad; police probing -(Reuters) - Oregon authorities are looking into the disappearance of a 19-year-old Portland man, police said on Monday, and an advocacy group said he went missing after he responded to a Craigslist job ad posted by a couple seeking a caregiver. Ian Biggs was dropped off at a downtown Portland train station by a friend on Oct. 11 as he headed to meet the couple in a large park, said Michelle Bart, a spokeswoman for the National Women's Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation, which represents the man's mother. ...
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  • New apps bring kids' playtime back to real world -By Natasha Baker TORONTO (Reuters) - Parents eager to get their children away from television and video screens can turn to new apps that get youngsters to learn while playing in the real world. New iPad and iPhone apps for children by companies such as Osmo and Tiggly are designed to help children learn spatial, language, counting and physics concepts while playing with tangible objects. Tangram, Words and Newton from California-based Osmo let children manipulate objects in the real world and to interact with games on the screen. ...
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  • Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach -

    A magnifying glass is held in front of a computer screen in this picture illustration taken in BerlinBy Sarah N. Lynch and Douwe Miedema WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Wall Street's top trade group is calling for the creation of a new inter-agency working group of regulators and the White House that would be tasked with developing consistent cybersecurity rules for the financial industry. The recommendation by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) was one of several unveiled on Monday as part of a new paper that lays out proposed "principles for effective cybersecurity regulatory guidance. ...


  • IBM to pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take chip unit -

    A man passes by an illuminated IBM logo at the CeBIT computer fair in HanoverBy Abhirup Roy (Reuters) - IBM Corp said it would hive off its loss-making semiconductor unit to contract-chipmaker Globalfoundries Inc to focus on cloud computing and big data analytics. IBM will pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion in cash over the next three years to take the chip operations off its hands, the companies said in a statement on Monday. IBM took a related pre-tax charge of $4.7 billion in its third quarter. It also reported a 4 percent drop in revenue on Monday, hurt by weak sales in its software and services businesses. IBM's shares fell 8 percent to $167 in premarket trading. ...


  • Industry chiefs including Zuckerberg named to board of influential Beijing business school -

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  • Yahoo set to outline cost-cutting efforts: WSJ -

    Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer delivers her keynote address at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas(Reuters) - Yahoo Inc is expected on Tuesday to outline cost-cutting efforts and give details of how it is evaluating possible acquisitions as it faces pressure from an activist investor, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a person who was briefed on the plan. Yahoo is considering acquiring one or more large technology startups with some of the $5.8 billion it made from the initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the newspaper said. Representatives at Yahoo did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment outside regular U.S. business hours. ...


  • China's JD.com starts operations in $1 billion warehouse, land push -

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  • Microsoft plans to launch smartwatch within weeks: Forbes -

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  • U.S. Marines tap female executives for advice on growing women in ranks -

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  • China says it's hard to resume cyber security talks with U.S. -

    China's State Councillor Yang and U.S. Secretary of State Kerry talk over tea during a day of meetings in BostonBEIJING (Reuters) - Resuming cyber security cooperation between China and the United States would be difficult because of "mistaken U.S. practices", China's top diplomat told U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Cyber security is an irritant to bilateral ties. On Wednesday the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation said hackers it believed were backed by the Chinese government had launched more attacks on U.S. companies, a charge China rejected as unfounded. ...


  • Outgoing Tennessee lawmaker ribs newly laid-off reporter -By Les Neuhaus KNOXVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) - An outgoing Tennessee lawmaker representing a Knoxville district admitted on Friday to sending a ridiculing message on social media to a newly laid-off political reporter. State Senator Stacey Campfield, a Republican, confirmed that he sent a public Facebook message on Thursday that said, ?so, Do YOU have any comments now?? to Cari Wade Gervin, a former government reporter for Knoxville?s Metro Pulse. Gervin, along with the entire staff of the 23-year-old alternative weekly newspaper, was laid off this week by the Knoxville News Sentinel, owned by ...

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