Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Mobile Local SEO

A new Niche and location-based social-gravity-generator has increased in popularity. Advertisers willing to experiment with media campaigns on Face Cloud Engine will have a clear cut advantage moving forward as consumers become desensitized to text, display and rich media ads.

Whether or not you choose Face Cloud Engine, the social web equips advertisers with much more consumer data points than ever. This might improve the targeting and relevance of online advertising, but ONLY if you can discern the trends from the infoglut.

Location-based advertising will continue to grow in 2011 as Facebook expands the technology with its location platform, Places.

These days the dreams jobs are at Facebook and Twitter. As Facebook and Twitter start generating more revenue, advertising and marketing talent will start heading West to cash in.

Influence Peddlers Will Be the Celebrities of the Social Web. YouTube’s Partner Program is being joined by new services such as Klout to create an official layer of social credibility.
It’s cheaper to keep and please the customers you have, than acquire new ones.

Less is More means Smaller is better. Path has shown us the potential of limiting our social networks to 50 people. Fast Society is a new iPhone communication service that allows the user to create small groups to text with on the fly, and the groups last for three days.

Facebook’s new Groups feature allows us to segment our friends into personal, professional and interest-based communities. More of the smaller, closed networks will launch in 2011 as people seek deeper connections online.

The number one new buzzword for 2011 is emerging... "Mobile Local" is the new frontier defining search and advertising via cellphones. Check out the latest news and resources for Mobile-Local-SEO

Meanwhile, here's an amazing snapshot of 2010's top 10 views on Youtube. :-)

What's TVisio? (no, it is not an Italian bean bag) When I created years ago, I was a TV producer, so "TVisio" was a logical reflection of my experience in broadcast media. As TV and Internet merge, mutate and innovate, a confusing number of choices compete for attention. My curiosity for the latest gizmos, gadgets, web innovations, predictions and assorted techno-marketing analysis are springboards for my research of DIY-Economic-Stimulus. Here's what you can expect from me and in 2011.

*'s Mission for 2011:

(1.) Research and Create original content (See Face Cloud Engine)
(2.) Enable delivery
(3.) Empower access and usability for friends, clients and partners.

TVisio & SBI are 'innovation' partners to individuals and organizations. SBI (Site Build It) champions new advancements and innovations in eLearning and makes them accessible to a growing audience.

I'm Bill Whetstone, founder of, wishing you Peace of Mind during this passionate time of year. 2010 was truly challenging with massive episodes of tragedy and promise. As we wait for Hope to be born, let's encourage our dysfunctional government to shut down and go home without taxpayer pork in their pockets. Kill Earmark Pork or Shut Down Washington!

What makes Site Build It! so much better than ALL old-fashioned small business hosting solutions? Dr. Ken Evoy's "Way of the Turtle"

Look and Compare SBI to Brand X .

All The Best,

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gives you a Free Social Gravity webpage.
  Post your Name / Title, company, your links and up to 4 pix (optional). Your new Webpage will get seen on TVisio's Dynamic-Ecommerce-Education-Systems RSS Feeds (see rotating Feedburner Box below)

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

WordPress Auto Backlink Builder De-Mystified

Do you blog to make money? Seth Godin does.

If you blog to make money, I'm about to show you a few tricks you can do with a simple plugin
that will send your traffic and income through the roof...

By the time you finish reading this letter I'll show you how to...

- Instantly build backlinks and HUGE surges of traffic to your blog...

- Automatically build DEEP one-way links to propel your blog to the top of the search engines...

- How to turn 10 auto-blogs into 150+ with the click of a button...

- AND accomplish this all on 100% autopilot... And that\'s just scratching the surface...

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To Your Success,

Bill Whetstone

Google's #1 DIY Economic Stimulus

Monday, January 18, 2010

Search Engine Marketing Glossary

TVisio Search Engine Glossary

advertising network: A service where ads are bought centrally through one company, and displayed on multiple Web sites that contract with that company for a share of revenue generated by ads served on their site.

algorithm: The technology that a search engine uses to deliver results to a query. Search engines utilize several algorithms in tandem to deliver a page of search results or keyword-targeted search ads.

anchor text: The clickable text part of a hyperlink. The text usually gives visitors or search engines important information on what the page being linked to is about.

click through rate (CTR): The rate (expressed in a percentage) at which users click on an ad. This is calculated by dividing the total number of clicks by the total number of ad impressions. CTR is an important metric for Internet marketers to measure the performance of an ad campaign.

content network: A group of Web sites that agree to show ads on their site, served by an ad network, in exchange for a share of the revenue generated by those ads. For example: Google AdSense or the Yahoo Publisher Network.

contextual advertising: Advertising that is targeted to a Web page based on the page's content, keywords, or category. Ads in most content networks are targeted contextually.

cost per action (CPA): A form of advertising where payment is dependent upon an action that a user performs as a result of the ad. The action could be making a purchase, signing up for a newsletter, or asking for a follow-up call. An advertiser pays a set fee to the publisher based on the number of visitors who take action. Many affiliate programs use the CPA model.

cost per click (CPC): Also called Pay per Click (PPC). A performance-based advertising model where the advertiser pays a set fee for every click on an ad. The majority of text ads sold by search engines are billed under the CPC model.

cost per thousand (CPM): An ad model that charges advertisers every time an ad is displayed to a user, whether the user clicks on the ad or not. The fee is based on every 1,000 ad impressions (M is the Roman numeral for 1,000). Most display ads, such as banner ads, are sold by CPM.

geo-targeting: Delivery of ads specific to the geographic location of the searcher. Geo-targeting allows the advertiser to specify where ads will or won't be shown based on the searcher's location, enabling more localized and personalized results.

Googlebot: Google uses several user-agents to crawl and index content in the search engine. Googlebot describes all Google spiders. All Google bots begin with "Googlebot"; for example, Googlebot-Mobile: crawls pages for Google’s mobile index; Googlebot-Image: crawls pages for Google’s image index.

inbound link: An inbound link is an hyperlink to a particular Web page from an outside site, bringing traffic to that Web page. Inbound links are an important element that most search engine algorithms use to measure the popularity of a Web page.

invisible web: A term that refers to the vast amount of information on the web that isn't indexed by search engines. Coined in 1994 by Dr. Jill Ellsworth.

keyword: A word or phrase entered into a search engine in an effort to get the search engine to return matching and relevant results. Many Web sites offer advertising targeted by keywords, so an ad will only show when a specific keyword is entered.

link bait: Editorial content, often sensational in nature, posted on a Web page and submitted to social media sites in hopes of building inbound links from other sites. Or, as Google says, "something interesting enough to catch people's attention."

link building: The process of getting quality Web sites to link to your Web site, in order to improve search engine rankings. Link building techniques can include buying links, reciprocal linking, or entering barter arrangements.

meta tags: Information placed in the HTML header of a Web page, providing information that is not visible to browsers, but can be used in varying degrees by search engines to index a page. Common meta tags used in search engine marketing are title, description, and keyword tags.

pay per click (PPC): See Cost per Click (CPC).

quality score: A score assigned by search engines that is calculated by measuring an ad's clickthrough rate, analyzing the relevance of the landing page, and considering other factors used to determine the quality of a site and reward those of higher quality with top placement and lower bid requirements. Some factors that make up a quality score are historical keyword performance, the quality of an ad's landing page, and other undisclosed attributes. All of the major search engines now use some form of quality score in their search ad algorithm.

return on investment (ROI): The amount of money an advertiser earns from their ads compared to the amount of money the advertiser spends on their ads.

search advertising: Also called Paid Search. An advertiser bids for the chance to have their ad display when a user searches for a given keyword. These are usually text ads, which are displayed above or to the right of the algorithmic (organic) search results. Most search ads are sold by the PPC model, where the advertiser pays only when the user clicks on the ad or text link.

search engine marketing (SEM): The process of building and marketing a site with the goal of improving its position in search engine results. SEM includes both search engine optimization (SEO) and search advertising, or paid search.

search engine optimization (SEO): The process of making a site and its content highly relevant for both search engines and searchers. SEO includes technical tasks to make it easier for search engines to find and index a site for the appropriate keywords, as well as marketing-focused tasks to make a site more appealing to users. Successful search marketing helps a site gain top positioning for relevant words and phrases.

search engine results pages (SERPs): The page searchers see after they've entered their query into the search box. This page lists several Web pages related to the searcher's query, sorted by relevance. Increasingly, search engines are returning blended search results, which include images, videos, and results from specialty databases on their SERPs.

social media: A category of sites that is based on user participation and user-generated content. They include social networking sites like LinkedIn or Facebook, social bookmarking sites like, social news sites like Digg or Reddit, and other sites that are centered on user interaction.

spider: A search engine spider is a program that crawls the Web, visiting Web pages to collect information to add to or update a search engine's index. The major search engines on the Web all have such a program, which is also known as a "crawler" or a "bot."

title tag: An HTML meta tag with text describing a specific Web page. The title tag should contain strategic keywords for the page, since many search engines pay special attention to the title text when indexing pages. The title tag should also make sense to humans, since it is usually the text link to the page displayed in search engine results.

universal search: Also known as blended, or federated search results, universal search pulls data from multiple databases to display on the same page.  Results can include images, videos, and results from specialty databases like maps and local information, product information, or news stories.

Web 2.0: A term that refers to a supposed second generation of Internet-based services. These usually include tools that let people collaborate and share information online, such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies.

Web 3.0: A term that refers to a supposed third generation of Internet-based services.  Once a buzz word but now generally considered marketing hype spawned by research of the semantic web or marketing efforts to make the internet more accessible to third world countries and populations generally left behind in technological developments. 

Monday, October 19, 2009

Wowd search engine launching this week on Oct 20!

Wowd is launching this week on Oct 20! Exclusively for our fans, here is an invitation token that will give you early access to Wowd. You can use this token for yourself and you can share it with your friends!
Invitation Token:

Our company blog is at Posts there generally cover product and company updates, plus thoughts on the state of web search and discovery. Boris Agapiev also posts on topics related to search, scalability, peer-to-peer technology, etc., at his personal blog:
Wowd uses Twitter mostly to announce up-coming product features, company events, and so on. So if you're interested in what's coming next, just follow Wowd. You can follow Wowd on Twitter at
Wowd has a Facebook page where you can become a fan of Wowd and keep track of the latest developments in the product, find out about conferences and other public appearances, and other Wowd news. You can also interact with other members of the Wowd community.
You can sign up to receive Wowd updates via email. Your email address will never be sold, and will never be used for any purpose other than providing you with updates about Wowd (the company and the product). You can also unsubscribe from the list at any time.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Organic SEO Free Click Formula

I came across a product from an underground marketer who quietly rakes in hundreds and thousands of dollars every month. The best part I discovered is that he doesn't even spend a single cent on advertising to get hungry and eager people to spend and buy from him.

You see, over the past few months he's been perfecting what he calls the 'Free Click Formula' method of generating free clicks from every search engine. Driving huge amounts of traffic that converts like crazy - WITHOUT PAYING A SINGLE RED CENT for it.

And he showed me some massive proof that it works in any market or niche.

Cash In Immediately With Google Snatch Ultimatum

If you're sick to the stomach paying for pay per click ads, making sales then handing back a huge proportion of your commission or sale checks to Google then this is something you will gladly enjoy hands down.

Indeed there have been times where we try and try and never hit the bank with real BIG checks, but now this is something that will change your outlook on making money online forever!

If you're on the edge of your seat splashing money away on advertising that 'sometimes' convert, then this could be the answer you're searching for.


If you want to know if these techniques work in any market, let me prove it to you!

As you know keywords are the MOST essential ingredient to any market or niche. He told me to go to Google and type this 'keyword' then that 'keyword' and look at the results.  Now you're probably expecting me to tell you that he was dominating the page left, right and center...

Well . he was! But what really got me worked up was, it wasn't a small niche. It was a market that is excessively competitive and the BIG corporations are spending anything up to $50 each on pay per click.

The niche market was the enormous legal industry. You can imagine what these lawyers, insurance companies, car hire and medical agencies are making a year and you can imagine what they can possibly spend to get that traffic. This niche gets hundred and thousand searches a day.

Yet here was Latif, literally sucking traffic out of Google like a black hole for FREE.

The Google Snatch method literally SWIPES major listings from the big boys (think eBay and Amazon) and he will reveal the exact same formula to you.

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Google Snatch is fresh from the board room and you can have the opportunity to copy and paste the EXACT formula he uses still to this day.

Grab your copy now before you competitors find out:

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Bill Whetstone

Sunday, September 20, 2009

The Top 5 SBI! "Urban Myths"

1) The Top 5 SBI! "Urban Myths"

SBI! is in a class all its own.

Where else can you find the perfect combination of the right process, all the right tools, and constant updating. Where else can you find an unmatched track record of success?

You can't.

Unfortunately many people - including some among your audience - feel compelled to compare SBI! to existing products that do only a part of what SBI! does.

Instead of comparing apples to apples, they compare apples to, well, antelopes. It's not even in the same ballpark.

When this happens, it creates confusion. Naturally, it's a sign of a successful project -- no one creates urban myths about the unknown. And better still...

These situations represent a perfect opportunity for you to douse these SBI! "Urban Myths" with a little reality, and help gain yourself a brand new customer base in the process.

Let's take a look at the top 5 SBI! urban myths and how you can turn them around fo r maximum results...

1) SBI! Is Only For Newbies

FACT: SBI! is IDEAL for the Internet beginner, true. But it's really for anyone who has yet to succeed online.

Many very successful SBIers are seasoned Web marketers. They love how SBI! automates the most tedious site-managing tasks and allows them the time to build their business.

Long gone are the days when they have to piece together bits of necessary technologies that SBI! already does...

Beyond the fact that power-users love the efficiencies, though, is the bigger point. If you have a successful business that earns you $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 per month (whatever you define as financially successful), you do NOT need SBI!. You already have a successful business.

But if you have yet to achieve significant, long-term success through free Search Engine traffic, give it a try. There's NOTHING to lose with the Guarantee. And as so many SBIers have said...

"Why did I wait so long. There's so much to gain."

2) I Can Make Money with Squidoo or Hubpages. Who needs SBI!?

FACT: Squidoo is pennies. SBI! is dollars and sense!

Putting up a page on Squidoo or Hubpages is NOT doing business online. You may be creating some content, but so is everyone else. For another Web 2.0 company, not for you.

And the other big drawback...

You have no control. You are controlled by the free hosting company, subject to future rules, future problems, etc. You are also subject to Google devaluing these free pages (as eBay has recently for their affiliate program -- they are seen as spammy by the engines). So...

Stop working for others. Take control of your online efforts and build your own e-business.

Build your OWN Internet "hub" of activity and make dollars, not cents. Be your OWN Squidoo (Content 2.0 lets visitors build pages for YOU -- now we are "talking business!" :-) )

Owning your own Web site makes so much sense. And following the step-by-step Action Guide will take your customer from niche-choosing to content-creating to income-earning.

Long-term. Evergrowing. Evergreen.... by SBI!.

These are the Netrepreneurs who attract the traffic. They make the money. And their visitors create stacks of original content for THEM!...

3) SBI! Is Just Expensive Web Hosting

FACT: SBI! is sooo much more than a Web host.

Web hosting is cheap. And those with the right knowledge can sign up for a cheap hosting account in minutes and pay $100 per year to house their Web site.

Wait. That's only $200 less than SBI!. SBI!'s Brainstorm It! is worth at least that. That means you get everything else for free, everything on...

Even though SBI! hosts your Web business as a part of the product, it can hardly be called a Web host. It's a complete education/do-it program that takes customer from concept to execution to success...

The step-by-step-by-step plan of action and all the tools needed, not to mention the constant updating, lets you focus on your business. SBI! has been creating Web success stories for over 10 years!!!.

4) SBI! Is Too Expensive -- You Can Get It All For Free

$299 is cheap for what SBI! delivers. Simply compare...

And SBI! just keeps getting bigger and better with constant updates, upgrades and new tools that employ the last technology with none of the usual technological headaches.

(Including a HUGE new announcement this month. Look out for SBI! 2.0 coming soon.)

And all at the same $299 price point since 2003!

And there is just no way that "you can get it all for free."

We once issued a major challenge, offering $5,000 for those who could find a set of tools that delivered the same functions as SBI!. No one could do it. And no one can today. Just try to match this...

The funniest thing is that the "gurus" who spread this myth usually promote other tools that cost way more than SBI! and don't offer even 5% of all of what SBI! offers.

5) SBI! Is A Scam

FACT: SBI! is the only product of its kind that teaches ordinary people how to change their lives by building a Web business the RIGHT way.
No Get-Rich-Quick schemes...

No fooling the Search Engines...

No promises of untold riches...
Just a proven process that takes your customers from zero to financial independence with common sense and the tools to allow them to do it on their own.

It's the only program in the world offered at major colleges and universities at all levels... undergrad, MBA, continuing education...

SBI! delivers on each and every promise it makes.

Your customers can try it totally risk-free, thanks to its iron-clad guarantee...

Want to prove SBI!'s record of success? Don't just tell them, SHOW them!...