With the launch of Panda, SEOs are more nervous than ever when it comes to their site’s survival […]
Google’s Gary Illyes has confirmed Penguin recoveries are happening now, and will be finished within the next few days.
Google announced Google+ will no longer be a requirement to access Google services.
Google continues to make remarketing an even more powerful tool for advertisers with the release new advertising innovations.
On Inside Search, Google shared their 15th birthday with the world, announcing changes to their search algorithm and search […]
The Zebra update is fast approaching…are you ready? I am! As owner of an internet marketing agency it’s important […]
Google updated their local schema guidelines. Let’s take a look at some examples of the new schema markup.
The dreaded Google penalty. It can strike you out of the blue quickly, and is very unpleasant to […]
Google Allo, the search giant’s much anticipated messaging app, is available to download on iOS and Android
We survived Panda, Penguin, and a host of other near-crippling online marketing changes and sat on the edge […]
Exposing a Link Selling Network in a Matter of Minutes As we all know by now, a big […]
In my previous posts, I shared post-panda/penguin era link acquisition strategies, un-common and powerful link building techniques, and […]
Google is continuing the slow rollout of a feature called Google Posts which allows certain entities to publish directly to the front page of search results.
Over the years we’ve seen a lot of different SEO tactics resulting from Google’s constant and unwavering algorithm […]
The past 24 hours have been a wild time for those who either work in, or follow the […]
Google’s acquisition of Frommer’s was recently in the news, but most of the news coverage missed the point […]
April of 2012 was a rough month for SEO. We had three updates all within nine days: Panda […]
We all want our websites listed at the top of Google’s search engine results pages (SERPs), right? A […]
Google is now displaying vacation prices on the first page of its search results.
U.S District Court Judge Susan Illston hands down a ruling to approve the FTC’s $22.5-million fine of Google over […]