The New Year is right around the corner – it’s a time when companies take a look back and try to determine what went right and what went wrong and how they can apply those lessons to the next 12 months.
For the real low-down on how SSL now affects your search engine rankings, we went to the pros to find out more. This post is from the experts over at DigiCert.
On August 6, Google announced that they are now giving ranking boosts to sites secured with SSL. This initiative,
3 of Google’s Most Important Recent Changes
Google is constantly updating and making changes to each and every one of their services and apps including: Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube, Chrome, search engine algorithms, etc. Oftentimes we find these changes are geared toward the user in order to enhance the overall experience.
The search engine optimization and pay-per-click companies combine their core services to offer a more complete internet marketing package
Salt Lake City, UT (1/20/14) – SEO.com, an online marketing firm based in Draper, Utah, has acquired pay-per-click advertising specialists,
At the beginning of the year, we took a look back at 2012 and made a few predictions about what the online marketing landscape would look like throughout 2013. Now, as the year draws to a close, it’s time to look back at those predictions and see what we got
This week’s Content Collective is similar to last week’s as the topic of increased ‘Not Provided’ keywords is on the forefront of most SEO’s minds. Here are a couple of articles from Moz, both direct, yet encouraging, regarding the update. We’re also sharing an article with a unique perspective on
Some rather large news hit today. Google, it seems, has been trending towards this for a while, but now they’re ready to go forward with a rather substantial change in the availability of keyword data. This is something that could potentially have a huge impact on the way SEOs plan
If you go anywhere online today looking for information about internet marketing, chances are you will see this debate: “Is SEO dead?” On one side you have people saying that Google has gotten so strict that all SEO services are now a waste of time and money. On the other
In our continuing efforts to bring you the best from around the Web, this week sees a post that delves a little further into authorship, one that scratches a technical itch for those who are ready to take their business international, and some hard, numbers-based testing on an otherwise creative