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Hang tight! A new post (the first one in more than a couple of years) is coming soon. Been away from my blog for too long and will begin writing numerous articles for it forthwith.
Promises are made to be broken but in the open, high profile world of corporate promises, you’d at least think one of the biggest, Google, would keep its promises. First seen reported on the guardian.com, Google searches for “southwest airlines” are returning searches with big, Southwest themed large banners at the very top of the […]
Well, another season, another algo update from the big Goog. Expressly designed to affect up to 1% of total searches, the new Penguin update, dubbed 2.1 has gotten SEO experts from coast to coast roaring with outrage. Let’s start off with Matt Cutts’ statement on his Twitter account where he definitely states that the new […]
Has your website been penalized by Google? Have you been going about your business and suddenly your website traffic dropped? Not getting any qualified leads? Or you’re no longer showing up on search engines for your keywords? There’s a good chance you might be suffering from a penalty. So, how can you tell if you […]
Got something cool to tweet? Think it might end up on Google? A new video from Matt Cutts at Google features a question asking whether now Google uses Twitter and Facebook information to assist in ranking a website. Matt Cutts recently addressed this same issue last April when he stated Google does not factor in […]
Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools and SalesForce are all fine and good, but I needed a way to tie everything together. So, relying on my background in PHP and mySQL I set out to create a customized reporting system that ties Google, SalesForce and my SEO reports together. Getting started with the Google API Using […]
Google Launches Google Instant: Crowd Goes Wild Today Google released their latest search engine update in the form of a real-time SERPs (search engine results pages) feature called Google Instant. Google Instant returns results as the user types letters and words into the search field on Google.com. As you can see from the screen shot […]