Major League Baseball will be opening their season in a few days. With baseball every team begins with zero losses and zero wins no matter what happened in the season before. Besides, the tallied games the common thread each team has before it hits the...

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Google recently updated its algorithm to favor “mobile friendly” websites as the majority of Internet search happens on smartphones and tablets.   Rolled out on April 21, this update means Google’s web crawlers will give higher ranking to mobile friendly websites featuring responsive design.   Some are calling this...

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Google’s latest Hummingbird update and the expansion of (not provided) keywords has shaken the search engine optimization (SEO) world. For once, Search Engine Optimizers will be flying blind, not knowing what types of keywords their audiences are using to search for their brands.
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This past January, Google announced its new Panda Refresh. This 24th version of Panda affected nearly 1.2 percent of all search queries in English. What does this new Panda Refresh mean for your company?
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With the holiday season in full swing, the last thing on any company leader’s mind is a Google algorithm update. But it is now, with a multitude of consumers turning to the Internet for their holiday gifts, travel plans and ideas, that it is important to keep track of these refreshes and adjust accordingly.
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Search engine optimization is a complex content and tech process that’s meant to work in the user’s favor – although that’s not ALWAYS what happens. Google’s already gotten wise to marketers’ methods of manipulating their system and now they’re announcing that cutting corners on content value will no longer cut it.
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Social media’s on the up and up. As more and more businesses grow cognizant of social media’s power with the people, search engines are sitting up and taking notice. Search engines like Google and Bing rank sites on relevancy – on how useful their information is to the public for the services each site purports to provide. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) allows marketers to help businesses gain traction on online search pages, reaching hirer rankings through a number of content and technical strategies. However, search engines are now questioning the validity of their current querying qualifiers and are slowly shifting the weight off of typical SEO tactics and onto social media-reliant rankers.
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Keeping a company’s blog fresh is hard. We should know. We add to ours regularly. Each piece starts with an idea that must then be fleshed out by research, original thought, and clear storytelling. It’s a lot to do and without a fulltime writer on staff or contracted with your organization, maintaining a healthy blog is a tall order to fill. That’s where an RSS feed can come in handy. Explore the option of integrating an RSS feed into your website and get all the SEO benefits of a fulltime blog, without getting weighed down by the fulltime focus.
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Websites, even the most visual, require words. Why? Non-readers beware: as much as you may skim from subtitle to subtitle and jump from image to image, search engines do not. They crawl quickly, but efficiently, through each and every website they index spotting and ranking the site content based on items like top keywords and key phrases. SEO or Search Engine Marketing is alive and well – so, to make your website its most visible, design your content for both human eyes and the search engines.
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