Better get ready, you're about to be hit by a tsunami

Let's look at official wording from Google's `Best Practices for Mobile-First Indexing' guide. We may be quick to assume that searching via a search engine is completely autonomous and without much thought given to the user experience. Replicating heritage design in conservation areas is a good approach when designing timber …

more ...

Be aware of rel=nofollow for links when working on social media

Also try to use long-tail keywords –a keyword phrase consisting of three, and some times as many as five words that people use for specific searches– attracting more quality traffic, and leading to more conversions! As Google and its algorithms have evolved, the usage of keywords and how we think …

more ...


What you should have asked your teachers about long tail search

Inherently, we already know that delivering the most amount of value to the greatest number of people is what will help you stand out from the competition. Nowadays, their biggest function is showing SEOs from your competition which keywords you have considered important and would like to rank for, saving …

more ...


Aligning your goals in relation to blogs

Don't just throw in multiple keywords because you think it will make you rank higher, because it's more likely to have a negative effect on your Search Engine rankings. Closely tied with consumer video reviews is the re-creation of broadcast ads. Can Lucy Hall make the condition of your hair …

more ...

Bucket brigades based on text links

The raw content, usually what people mean when they say "quality content". Content machines used to develop content primarily for search engines in an automated manner could learn from basic copywriting best practices to actually make their content user-friendly and helpful. Surgery to repair, strengthen or replace damaged joints may …

more ...



More focus is put on indexed pages

Getting into the local search results ballgame is an entirely different monster. Tags are intended to give search engines a method of understanding the site's architecture. Google will compare a page's title tag to content on the page to check for keyword consistency, which means you need to be attentive …

more ...

The truth about content

Are you worried that your aesthetically appealing website is not getting you the right amount of traffic? Does it bother you that all the money you spent on developing a very creative website is going waste. Is your online business so vast that you are having trouble maintaining your site …

more ...


Cracking the user generated content code

If you are already running an Internet marketing campaign or are about to embark on an Internet marketing campaign, one concept you cannot afford to skimp on is search engine optimization (SEO). Much of the time, it makes sense for the search engines to deliver results from older sources that …

more ...