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7 In-House SEO Initiatives for 2013

January 18, 2013
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As we look forward to 2013, the new year provides limitless opportunities and the chance to nail down our search engine optimization to-do lists. As we go through our lists, it's important to remember that there are short-term SEO tasks that we undertake on an almost daily basis, as well as bigger picture SEO initiatives that may not be implemented overnight and will take time and solid effort....

 

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