David Temple writes on SEMScholar.com all about sem training. Please change your link to read sem training or SEMScholar, thanks, dt
I was just thinking that considering that you guys have moved to SEM Scholar why don’t you create a friendly re-direct?
Just an opinion.
Comment by Internet Solutions India — July 25, 2007 @ 6:22 am
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Agreed – Just pop a 301 redirect to be safe. This way you’ll please both the search engines and any misguided visitors
Comment by Derek Jansen — January 25, 2011 @ 12:14 pm
Thanks for the info…I hope it helps. Not seeing any web traffic yet.
recommend a good SEO service?
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