If you entered a question into Google recently, you may have noticed the informational box at the top of the page that displays a quick answer to your question.
First, let me start off by saying that hopefully there are some Pink Floyd fans reading this that got the title of my post. If not then you really need to go Google their CD “The Wall” and listen to it, but I digress……
Today we’ll look through what the AMP project is, why it’s beneficial for your website, and how to make the adjustment if you haven’t already.
New Year resolutions. We all make personal ones; whether that’s joining a gym, eating healthier, saving more money, etc. But why not make some professional ones for your company? Here are some New Year resolutions for SEO you can accomplish this year!
Google Panda is now officially part of Google’s core ranking algorithm.
This may come as a surprise to some SEOs and webmasters since Google was supposed to announce its major Google Penguin update last month and there’s already a delay on that.
Google has announced yet another update regarding the HTTPS ranking signal. They will flag invalid SSL certificates, which would prevent any boost from Google's HTTPS ranking factor.
Security is a top priority at Google. In 2014, Google announced a slight ranking boost to HTTPS URLs in the SERPs. Although the industry is divided if this really made a difference for SEO and is worth the investment,
Firstly I need to explain the title, as I am sure most of you are a little lost. GOAT is an acronym for Greatest of All Time, which is usually used when discussing and describing the Michael Jordan’s of the world.
If you’re working in the marketing field, you probably assume executives favor outbound marketing over inbound marketing.
It’s time to stop assuming and get down to the facts. The annual Hubspot Sales and Marketing Report was released and found that senior executives may be more open to inbound marketing than you think.
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The Story of how a Nofollow Link Building Strategy Drove Page 1 Rankings and Increased Organic Traffic 288% in 1.5 Years
If you work in SEO – heck, even if you don’t, you might be familiar with the terms nofollow and dofollow in regards to backlinks. It is greatly debated within the industry whether nofollow links carry any weight or even matter at all. Well I am here to tell you today that NOfollow links DO matter in the world of SEO and link building. The stats and results provided below will show you how we were able to increase our clients’ organic traffic by 288% in about a year and a half, WITH 89% BEING NOFOLLOW LINKS! There is a lot to discuss so let’s get to it.
When looking to improve in anything, be it a sport, hobby, or profession, one of the first things to do is to look to others that are better than you. What have they done and what do they continue to do to be the best? How can you mimic their practices to reach similar or better outcomes? The same is true when it comes to Google rankings: you want to take a look at what the top sites in your industry are doing so you can learn how to achieve the desired results.
With recent technology changes, it's now easier than ever for start-ups and small businesses to create a website at low cost. However, due to the ongoing algorithm changes made by Google, it's even more difficult for businesses to get noticed online.