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Tuesday
Jun082010

Welcome to Display Alliance

Display Alliance is owned and operated by Mass Integrated in Newburyport Massachusetts.  Anyone that has the ability to deliver relevant and remarkable value to Display Alliance subscribers and readers - can post for free on this site.

You may post relevant images, videos, blog posts, teardowns, specifications, human interest stories, success stories, statistics, news stories, interviews, podcasts, relevant humor, sketches and illustrations. 

You can post ANYTHING that is relevant, but you should try to post items that are remarkable.  Please read the section below titled How To Deliver Remarkable Value to better understand how post items will create measurable Internet traffic for your company.

Saturday
May012010

How to post to Display Alliance


Step 1.  Signup or Login

Step 2. Read the guidelines on how to post:

Step 3.  Go to the section of the site called the open section. This is the only section you are able to post in. If you post something useful or remarkable, it may be featured on the front of the site in a news roundup.

Thursday
Apr292010

How to Deliver Remarkable Value

If you are considering the free option of publishing something on Display Alliance, the following is the most valuable advice on this site: 

Unless your PR / marketing person thoroughly (underlined ten times) understands your products and customers, don’t turn over the task of posting on this site to him or her. 

To inexpensively win the search engine game (to rank near the top on the left side of Google), you have to be capable of creating something that is uncommon, remarkable and extraordinary.  You have to try to create something that the community wants to share and promote for you...

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Thursday
Apr292010

Posting and Commenting Guidelines

NEVER copy and paste directly from Microsoft Word! 
Text formatting that comes directly from Microsoft Word does not translate to this site.  You should save your posts as unformatted text, or paste your post (your text) into any comment field on this site (all formatting will be stripped automatically).  Note: you don’t have to click the comment publish-button to remove the formatting; the simple act of pasting into any comment field will remove all formatting.

Please, no unusual formatting.
Display Alliance will not publish any post that has unusual formatting.  If you change font sizes, font colors, line spacing, fonts, or any other formatting attribute - so that your post no longer resembles the other posts on this site, we will not publish your post.

Leaving Comments
Comments that contain harsh language or harsh criticism will not be posted.  The right way to be critical of a post or comment is to disprove someone else’s assertions with concrete evidence (a link to a fact).  Please do this in the most instructive manner possible, as though you are teaching a friend.  One of the goals of this site is to ensure that the dialogue remains constructive and that the conversation always delivers remarkable value to the community.

Responding To Comments
If you have posted something on Display Alliance, please respond to the comments under your posts in a timely manner.  Please read the paragraph above entitled Leaving Comments.

Thursday
Apr292010

Three Steps to Inexpensively Winning the Search Engine Game

Sites that are interlinked together are subwebs (subsets) within the World Wide Web.  Search engines rank and score websites by measuring the authority and the authenticity of every subweb on the Internet.
 
The stronger your subweb is, the higher your site will rank against keywords, phrases and concepts (as categorized and tagged) that occur on both your site and within your site’s ENTIRE subweb.
 
Authority and authenticity are weighed and measured by search engines that use complex and evolving algorithms that size (metaphorically speaking) the entire width, height, depth, complexity and the population density of your entire subweb.

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