According to marketing experts, Google+ has a big potential in surpassing current SEO trends and strategies such as link building and Facebook marketing.Read More
Google recently announced that it will provide a small search ranking boost to websites that will switch from HTTP to HTTPs. In its announcement, Google stated that the reason behind this move was about security, ensuring web users that the results for their searches are not only relevant, but safe and protected, as well.Read More
We’ve all seen Google Webspam team head Matt Cutts do dozens of Google Webmaster Help videos over the years, but none of them are as amusing as his latest video. To drive home his point about how important body content is on a website, Cutts appears on the video as nothing more than a talking head without a body.
Not too many people realised it, but the Internet just turned 25 early this year. In an article written by Kimberly Weisul for Inc., she reports that in honour of that occasion, the Pew Research Center in collaboration with Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Project conducted a survey of more than 2,000 experts about how they think the internet and life in general would look like 10 years from now, and the answers really aren’t as encouraging as you might think.
Lately we have been taking not a few clients who had previous SEO companies that engaged in techniques that hurt the client website’s rankings. So I thought today I’ll share a little bit about how to recover from bad links and get the Google penalty removed from your site.
If you’re one of those website owners who still haven’t decided to make their sites mobile-ready, maybe this bit of news from Jessica Lee for Search Engine Watch would finally push you towards making that move. According to the article by Lee, a recent study has found out that 80% of local searches on mobile phones convert.
Have you noticed something different with your Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) lately? If you have, then welcome to the latest changes that Google has made with the SERPs, which means webmasters have to make little tweaks again to stay on top of the SERPs. Dr. Peter J. Meyers discusses these changes for The Moz Blog.
It’s just amazing how many highly successful people started small before they hit it big. In an article for Buffer, Joel Gascoigne relates how Dale Carnegie’s massive best-sellerHow to Win Friends and Influence People actually just started out as “a set of rules printed on a card no larger than a postcard”.