Getting Ahead of SEO Algorithm Tweaks By Offering a Better User Experience

Instead of waiting for a new SEO change to take effect, get ahead of the curve by offering a better user experience now. A focus on improving certain aspects of your site will ensure that you don’t drop down in the search results when new changes are rolled out, which means that you’ll still be […]

Using Google Data Highlighter To Improve Your CTR

Google’s data highlighter tool has been around a couple of years now but it’s surprising how many of our clients that we work with have never heard of it let alone use it. With page one and the top 5 rankings in the SERPs becoming more and more crowded it’s crucial to polish your pages […]

Google To Penalize Sites That Have App Download Pop-ups

Google have announced that as of November 1st any site with a pop-up prompt asking users to download their mobile app will have their search rankings affected. After November 1, mobile web pages that show an app install interstitial that hides a significant amount of content on the transition from the search result page will […]

How On Page SEO Helps to Develop a Crawler Friendly Website

The crawlers are programs that check the pages for keywords. Well, this is only a general consideration, as the program is more complex than it sounds. It has to check millions of pages at 24 hours, but the majority of pages are visited even often. Google keeps the principles of crawlers secret, and this is […]

How Google’s New EMD Update Ruined My Life

Every new update from Google bring the bad news to thousands of internet marketers. One of my internet marketing passion was searching for the exact domain name with good search volume, rank it by doing some SEOs & then make money by placing AdSense ads on this. I was having more than 20 exact match […]

Google Keeps SEOs on Their Toes

When Google first launched panda in 2011, its main aim was to degrade the many websites that have been rated with poor user experience. The launch saw a significant impact of the search results of 11.8% of the sites in Google’s index. In July 24th 2012, Google announced that they pushed out the Panda 3.9 […]

Google’s Pirate Penalty Adds Another Reason to Not Plagiarize Online

If you didn’t already know that it wasn’t a good idea to plagiarize content on the Web, you missed a lot of reasons to not do it. Not only is it ethically dubious, almost always illegal and prone to serious duplicate content penalties from Google, but it’s also a quick ways to make enemies of […]

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What the Google/Oracle Ruling Means to Bloggers

Last week, Google won a major victory in its lawsuit against Oracle. The case, which centers around Google’s implementation of JAVA in the Android operating system, has gotten a lot of press in tech circles, especially for those interested in mobile devices. However, The true impact of the ruling will likely be felt by almost […]

20 Reasons to Switch to Google Plus

Google Plus’ 100 million users may pale considerably in comparison to Facebook’s 800 million (!) but, as is illustrated by this infographic design by Infographic Labs, there are plenty of reasons to check out what could be the next big thing in social networking. The most compelling reason would be for those who use other […]