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Are you a bargain hunter? I am. I'm always looking for the best deal, the cheapest price and the least expensive... whatever. If you're like me, that frugality carries over into just about all areas of your life, including searching for an SEO company. But one thing that bargain shoppers tend to find out the hard way is that sometimes the best deal isn't always the best deal. In fact, the bargain often turns out to cost you more in the long run.

But before I get into the details of SEO bargain hunting, let me first give you a real-life story of non-SEO bargain hunting that went right, only to turn into a disaster.

Personalization is a trend that big companies have taken to, but small businesses have lessons to learn, also. Personalized Web sites don't need to be a technological tour-de-force and they can provide simple benefits with simple effort. Find out what you can learn from a large company to apply to your small company Web site.

Helpful Marketing: A Case Study

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If you're wondering what's different about Internet marketing, check out Crucial.com, a site that sells computer memory chips. Boring? Perhaps to some, but it's the way they sell the chips that you might be interested in. Crucial decided that instead of hawking deals like evry other memory catalog, that they'd actual help the customers solve the problems that they have. Read on to see if you can apply helpful marketing to your business.

Fortunately the answer is no.  If you want to set up automatic monthly billing for an advertiser, for example, you do not need a merchant account.

PayPal, the often maligned and equally often celebrated, online payment service makes it really easy...














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