Category Archives: SEO Tips and Tricks

“Verified” Users Can Now Edit Parts of Google Knowledge Panels

Written on June 26, 2018 at 3:45 pm, by

One of Google’s most used features, much to the annoyance of many website owners who are denied clicks, are the Knowledge Panels. The cards appear as the “answer” when people type in a particular question or search term. For example, typing in “Smithsonian Museums” into search will give basic information about the various locations in  Continue Reading »

Study Shows How Rich Media Effects SEO and CTR

Written on September 21, 2015 at 1:15 pm, by

It’s important to remember that SEO and content marketing are two sides of the same coin. Marketers use SEO to bring potential customers to content that can turn into leads or sales. And marketers use the content to help build their SEO strategy. There’s a wide array of content types that marketers can create and  Continue Reading »

Google Gives More Detail on Mobile Friendly Label Update

Written on March 26, 2015 at 1:30 pm, by

In less than 30 days, mobile search on Google will get a huge makeover and business owners need to be ready. Starting April 21st, Google will begin labeling some sites in mobile search as “mobile-friendly”. As we covered when the label was still being tested, this change can have a huge effect on the traffic  Continue Reading »

Study Suggests That More Videos Means Better SEO

Written on January 5, 2015 at 2:17 pm, by

In the competitive world of SEO marketing, website owners are looking for every advantage they can find to improve their sites rankings. A recent study suggests that one of the best tactics is going under utilized. Video has a tremendous power to improve a page’s search rankings and to drive consumers, and according to this  Continue Reading »

Google Chrome May Start Listing HTTP Links as “Non-Secure”

Written on December 19, 2014 at 2:00 pm, by

As Sony Pictures has learned the hard way, cybersecurity is extremely important in the digital age. Business owner, governments and everyday consumers are becoming more concerned about potential security threats from websites that are insecure. To make it easier for consumers to identify potential risks, a proposal by the Chrome Security Team would mark sites  Continue Reading »

3 Reasons Why Every Lawyer Should Have a Blog

Written on December 17, 2014 at 1:00 pm, by

The LSAT, law school and bar exams are tough, but finding clients is a challenge that most lawyers will face throughout their career. Even with the power of the internet and advanced ad targeting, it’s tricky to find people who are in need of lawyer online. There’s no Facebook relationship status for “Getting a Divorce”.  Continue Reading »

Understanding the Impact of Panda 4.1 on Your Site

Written on October 24, 2014 at 1:34 pm, by

During the past few weeks, most SEO experts and internet marketers have been paying attention to the Penguin 3.0 update. The rollout for the algorithm change began last week, so it’s too soon to know what has been affected. However, the most recent update of Google’s Panda algorithm has been running for several weeks now  Continue Reading »

Four Common WordPress SEO Mistakes and How to Fix Them

Written on October 22, 2014 at 12:00 pm, by

For more businesses, WordPress is the best place to start when building a website. The content management system is easy to install and highly customizable. Anyone with a basic knowledge of computers can create pages and posts without additional training. And there plugins available to make the site handle just about any function imaginable. WordPress  Continue Reading »

OK Google.. How will Structured Snippets Affect SEO?

Written on October 13, 2014 at 12:00 pm, by

Google has changed the way consumers search for information on the internet many times in the past. Recently, the company announced upgrades to their algorithm that would let them pull more data from sites and display relevant information in their search results on desktop and mobile (which are still dominating the competition). The company has  Continue Reading »

New Product Bans from Google AdWords Policy

Written on September 29, 2014 at 1:00 pm, by

Business owners from around the world are trying sell just about everything imaginable on the internet. With so much competition, it’s little wonder why retailers turn to PPC ads on Google to help them reach consumers. Normally, Google is more than happy to help marketers sell their wares, but there are certain products that Google  Continue Reading »

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