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Advanced Web Ranking Software Review

Friday, 2 March 2012 14:16 by Jim
 
If you’re interested in SEO then you probably already know that trying to monitor the keywords on your website can be a time consuming task. For example, if you want to check where you stand or who your main competitors are using 15 keywords or key phrases and you’re checking only five different search engines... well, you know how time consuming even searching a handful of engines can get. 

So you want to simplify the process? Generate ranking reports without spending hours trawling through different web pages? See where your website stands at a few simple clicks of your mouse? In the Invosoft office, we've been trying out some software that purports to do just that. Advanced Web Ranking is a tool for both website owners and those in the business of SEO consultancy. There’s no limit to the amount of keywords, websites and search engines you can add to different projects and no additional charge for doing it. Just tell the program what you want it to do and let it get to work. A nice feature is that it integrates seamlessly with Google Analytics to give you further insight into the people landing on your page. Also, as you gather information over time you can generate reports to compare results over different time periods and identify where trends are declining or improving. 
advanced web ranking interface
In fact, there are many different types of reports you can generate using the program: current rank, keyword rank, search engine rank, top sites, overview, visibility... the list goes on. In fact, if there’s a downside to Advanced Web Ranking it’s that there are almost too many features. While the interface is undeniably intuitive, there are so many options to select from that setting up your first project can be an intimidating task. Luckily, there are great help resources on the website. Not only is there an online forum where you can get support and feedback from other users, for more serious problems there are dedicated help lines for UK customers and an online ticketing system where you can track the progress in resolving your issue. 
 
However, it’s not perfect. If you start using the program to run large queries you might find it starts to run more slowly than you’re used to. You’ve got to be doing some pretty serious tracking to get to this stage so if you do it might be worth setting up a second machine dedicated to running the program. 

If you want a program that’s going to take care of tracking your ranking, linking and analytics there really are few programs that compare in terms of features. The various reports you can generate are of a highly professional quality and, to the joy of all consultants, you can set Advanced Web Ranking to regularly generate and send reports to your clients so they can see just how much your work is increasing their online visibility. At the end of the day, this complete seo software is definitely worth giving a try and as the first 30 days are free there’s nothing to lose.

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Holiday Home Marketing Tricks

Thursday, 1 October 2009 18:47 by Brian

There are a few useful tricks we regularly use to market new holiday home sites. Invosoft recently blogged about holiday home SEO and the importance of having your own web presence. However, there are a few specific tricks I have learnt since then that I’d like to bring to your attention.

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Get your past guests to write reviews

These could be on your website but are far more effective on popular travel sites like travelpod.com and ivebeenthere.co.uk. Both sites are really popular, ranked heavily in the search engines and let the reviewer leave live links in back to your site.

Sign up for Flipkey.com 

Not only do they have a great review service which allows you to send out review reminders to all your past guests, you get a listing on both FlipKey and TripAdvisor! (the FlipKey page has a link back but the TripAdvisor page doesn’t). There are also a host of cool widgets you can use to promote your listing and reviews (like the one on the right).  The only drawback is it’s a paid for service. However, at a current $1.99/month until December, it’s worth a shot – you never know, you may get a few extra enquiries!

Thanks to Tom Henry of YouPR - journalist-inspired public relations for contributing to this article. 

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Invosoft help launch Rehab4Life brain injury rehabilitation scheme

Friday, 27 February 2009 16:19 by Ben
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Invosoft do not exclusively build holiday home websites. Recently, we developed Rehab4Life.co.uk, a site dedicated to helping those suffering from traumatic brain injury.

Rehab4life are two Preston solicitors, Andrew Lindsay and David Smith, who have brain injured children themselves. They have launched this pioneering scheme to maximise the recovery chances of brain injured adult and child victims of no fault accidents. Andrew’s daughter Tracy, 26, has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and can only move her right arm. David’s son Peter, 20, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at four months and was later found to have autism.

Cerebral palsy was prominent in the news this week because of the very sad news of the death David Cameron’s son, Ivan.

Andrew and David have won millions for clients over the years, but were concerned that not enough was being done for traumatic brain injury patients between injury and final settlement and so launched this scheme to increase the access to quality rehabilitation.

We are very proud of this site, not only because it’s a great cause but because we have worked hard to include some great functionality. As well as using the Invosoft Content Management System, there is a custom-built document and case management system helping the referral process behind the scenes. Partner law firms who sign-up to the rehab4life scheme can login and submit new cases for review and then manage their cases throughout the rehabilitation process.

You can keep up to date on Rehab4Life by reading Andrew's blog here.

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