Tag: google

Google+ Working for Your Business

Posted by Jesse Langley - April 27, 2012 - SEO, Social Media

As anyone can tell from Google’s stock on the trade market, it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Google+ is a testament to the new technology in search engine features, which Google continues to improve upon. This awesome Google software enables social media to reach new heights from either your smartphone or your computer. It’s a […]

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3 Online Brand Management Tips for Google

Posted by Gino Orlandi - August 25, 2011 - SEO

Nowadays it seems like new reports are coming out every day about how potential clients and employers are doing searches online to research people before hiring. This means you need to be in better control of what they see and the goal here is to control at least the first page of Google as best […]

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Panda and the New Google

Posted by Jon T. Norwood - July 26, 2011 - SEM, Social Media

Google is a great example of how powerful the Internet really is.  With more users than all the other search engines combined, and by a crazy wide margin, Google is a powerhouse the likes of which the business community hasn’t seen for a long while. No More Playtime As big and as successful as Google […]

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5 Ways to Dominate Google’s Quality Check

Posted by Dan Hinckley - June 9, 2011 - SEO

Just a few months ago Google was receiving continual pressure from the media to improve their search results. The general consensus was that too many search engine results pages (SERPs) were filled with content farm articles that did little more for searchers than show them low quality content and Google Ads. Google has made it […]

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Google Algorithm Change Claims Victims but Is Google Too Big To Fail?

Posted by Shell Harris - March 24, 2011 - SEO

Google made two important algorithm changes last month; the first targeted duplicate content (so called ‘scraper’ sites) and the second, poor quality content sites typically referred to as content farms. The farmer change supposedly was leveled at sites such as eHow and HubPages, however there has been some unexpected side-swiping of websites which would not […]

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Google Announces User-Generated Filters for Unwanted Search Results

Posted by Spencer Hesseltine - March 11, 2011 - SEM, SEO

Google may have finally discovered a way to rid the internet once and for all from undesirable search results. The answer: Let its users handle it. The Official Google Blog on March 10 announced the debut of a new feature that allows you to block all results from any website, simply by clicking a block […]

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Why Ranking #1 in Google is Like Winning the Superbowl

Posted by Mark Thompson - February 7, 2011 - SEO

Since we are fresh off a Superbowl victory by the Green Bay Packers , I thought we would analyze how winning the Superbowl is like getting a #1 ranking in Google for a highly competitive keyword/phrase.  If you actually stop and think about it, they are very similar. Studying Your Competitors and Adjust NFL players […]

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Marketing SEO vs Webmaster SEO

Posted by Warner Carter - October 18, 2010 - SEO

Ideas about different types of SEO approaches.

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