March 30th, 2012

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BeeSeen Brings E-Marketing Expertise to Local San Francisco Businesses

BeeSeen has opened a new location in the San Francisco financial district led by E-Marketing consultant and owner, Richard Lee. Originally headquartered in Santa Clara, CA, BeeSeen has established itself as a prominent full-service E-Marketing consulting firm. During the firm’s five year history, BeeSeen has provided SEO consulting and digital marketing services to clients in some of the following industries: Online Retail, Software, Hi-Tech, Hospitality, Green, Construction, Law, Education and Financial Services.

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November 18th, 2010

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BeeSeen’s Favorite Blogs

Working in SEO, SEM, and web marketing generally has us being online a lot. As such, we come across a lot of blogs and various websites that are often entertaining, helpful, inspirational, and down-right hilarious. We just wanted to take a little time and share some of our favorite blogs that we frequent as part of our professional habits or on our personal time.

In alphabetical particular order:

Bing Webmaster Center

Bing is a major player in search. As such, we like to keep up to date on what’s going on with Bing for SEO/SEM purposes.

Bleacher Report

Are you into sports? Some of us here at BeeSeen dabble in watching it. Bleacher Report is a great place to get your sports article fix from somewhere that isn’t ESPN.

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September 25th, 2009

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Social Media Promotion and Your Bandwidth

SES featured an article on Social Media Promotion Checklist For Internet Marketers by Greg Finn a while back. It’s a great run down on some of the details on how to make your e-marketing campaigns successful.

One of the points is to make sure that your bandwidth is capable of handling an influx of traffic. The main tip is to make sure by contacting your hosting provider. However, there are a few things you can do on your end that can help with the influx. These include the following:

1. Caching

If you’re using WordPress, it’s vital that you get the WP Super Cache plugin. The plugin, essentially, turns all your dynamic pages into static html for the majority of your visitors. This will dramatically cut down on the bandwidth usage by requiring less queries to your database.

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