In 2009, Google launched a new feature called the "Google Wonder Wheel". Though not available to all users at first, the Google Wonder Wheel is now widely available to Google users. Located on the left side of the Google search screen, this wheel shows users search queries related to their original search phrase. It allows users to discover important key phrases that may have been overlooked originally. Through discovering additional phrases, users can search more accurately and brands can target new and important key phrases.
In the above search, I originally searched for Search Engine Optimization. I was given 7 new Wonder Wheel Suggestions, including Meta Tags. After clicking on the Meta Tags suggestion, I was given 8 new Wonder Wheel Suggestions, all relevant though different.
Though Google users can use the Wonder Wheel to improve their searches, businesses can use the tool to improve their online presence. Here is a brief list of ways companies can use the Google Wonder Wheel to boost their online authority:
Grow your Website and your PPC campaign judiciously with the help of the Google Wonder Wheel. It's an easy to use tool with a seemingly limitless amount of information. Take a spin on the Google Wonder Wheel today and let it benefit your company's online success.
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E-Power Marketing is located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Luckily for us, Oshkosh is surrounded by water; Lake Winnebago, Lake Butte de Morts, Little Lake Butte de Morts, Lake Winnecone, Lake Poygan, the Wolf River, the Fox River, the Arrowhead River just to name a few. From boating and ice fishing to kayaking and swimming, we all make the most of our surroundings. We know that we are lucky to have clean water in the area and we understand that others are not so fortunate.
Blog Action Day 2010 is asking for bloggers all over the world to speak up and start a global conversation about water. According to the Blog Action Day 2010 Website, there are almost a billion people all over the world who don't have access to safe drinking water. Too many people are taking their clean water for granted as one in eight people are suffering. Water pollution isn't an issue you can ignore. It isn't an issue for people across the globe to worry about. It's very real, and it's very close. Educate yourself about water pollution and what you can do to make a difference.
Here in Wisconsin, water pollution can be found in many different forms. From farm animal waste and agricultural runoff to mercury poisoning and surface water pollution the challenges we face in keeping our water clean are varied. While we face some challenges here in Wisconsin, we are not alone. All over the world people are struggling with the effects of polluted water. United States citizens cannot ignore the water pollution issues facing our country.
While the facts are grim, there is hope. There are steps we can all take to protect the water that we rely on and love. Which of the following tasks can you commit to in order to preserve the water for future generations of animals and people?
Support Environmentally Friendly Farming - From fertilization and other chemicals to animal waste, farms can have a devastating impact on water sources. Investigate the farms in your area and support those that are working to protect their land and water. Buy organic foods that were grown without harsh pesticides and chemicals. Support your local farmers and cut down on the transportation pollution of purchasing foods from far away.
Curb Urban and Suburban Runoff - Do you know how you're affecting your local water sources with the fertilizers, pesticides and other chemicals you're applying to your lawn and garden? They may be great at keeping the bugs away, but rain and wind can wash them directly into local waterways. What else are you killing when you're trying to get rid of weeds?
Protect the Wetlands - When urban sprawl overtakes natural wetlands we destroy the natural buffers that keep our water ways clean. Though there federal regulations in place to protect these environments, there is more you can do. Investigate the wetlands in your area and get involved in their protection.
Use your Feet - Automobiles of all kinds cause air pollution works its way to our waterways. The emissions that your car releases into the environment will find its way to rivers and lakes and streams. Driving less is one of the simplest ways you can cut back on water pollution.
Reduce your Sewage - If your toilet quit working correctly, wouldn't you fix it as quickly as possible? Do you know how your community's waste water treatment plant is working? Is it as effective and environmentally friendly as it could be? Learn more about how your community is treating its waste water and you may discover some opportunities for you to improve the situation. When waste water treatment systems are outdated or ineffective we all suffer.
Defend against Deforestation - Forests act as a natural shield, protecting water sources by filtering rain water and protecting against soil erosion. Support forests by working against clearcutting, choosing recycled paper and cutting down on your use of our natural resources.
Notice the Surface - When water cannot be absorbed by the surface it falls on, it creates runoff. As water runs towards permeable ground, it picks up more pollutants before reaching our waterways. Roads, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks even rooftops create these runoffs. There are alternatives to the traditional surfacing materials that allow water to soak through the special pavement. Learn more about the options before your next home improvement job.
What will you do to protect the water that surrounds you? Take to your blog and support Blog Action Day 2010 and make a commitment to stand against water pollution.
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