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Busting the Top 15 SEO Myths of 2014

CIO published an article on July 16, 2014  by James A Martin that explains what knowledgible people have determine is really happening in the SEO world in the post Panda, Penguin and Humming Bird Google algorithm updates.  There are a lot of … Continue reading

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Is your Website Content Mobile Ready?

A good article was published earlier this month by Arnie Kuenn  at marketing land.com entitled “It’s 2014, Is Your Content Mobile Ready?”[1]  The point he makes is not new, but it is growing more important.   The fact is, desktop … Continue reading

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Using the Internet to gain customers.

For commercial users of the Internet it’s about being found and then turning visitors into sales. There are a number of actions that act as a funnel towards gaining a new customer. You start with Internet Marketing. The purpose of … Continue reading

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Search Engine Ranking is getting harder to trick.

It’s clear from all the changes that Google has made this year that the tricks that companies have been using to improve their search engine ranking are becoming less effective. The first Panda Update in  February resulted in a change … Continue reading

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Ten recent algorithm changes

This last week Google published a list of their ten most recent search algorithm changes.    In Summary they are.> Cross-language information retrieval updates: For queries in languages where only limited web content is available, Google will now translate relevant English … Continue reading

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Google’s Freshness Algorithm Change Results

Google’s Freshness Algorithm Change update last week affected a third of all Google searches. Sites that benefited from the change were sites with that have frequent updates. There are mostly content sites such as brand sites and news sites.  A … Continue reading

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Google’s Algorithm Change: The Freshness Update

Google announced that an algorithm change rewarding freshness would impact up to 35% of queries (almost 3X the publicly stated impact of Panda 1.0). This update primarily affected time-sensitive results, but signaled a much stronger focus on recent content. Read Google … Continue reading

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Google’s Algorithm Change: Query Encryption

On October, 18, 2011, Google announced they would be encrypting search queries, for privacy reasons. Unfortunately, this disruptes organic keyword referral data, returning “(not provided)” for some organic traffic. Before this change,  Sites could both see that the visitor came … Continue reading

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Google’s Algorithm Change: Panda 2.5 Update

After more than month, Google rolled out another Panda update. Specific details of what changed were unclear, but some sites reported large-scale losses. Google declined to share any specifics about what types of sites, pages or content this update targeted, … Continue reading

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Google’s Algorithm Change: Panda Goes Global

Google rolled Panda out internationally, both for English-language queries globally and non-English queries except for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Google reported that this impacted 6-9% of queries in affected countries. Read Google’s announcement here:  High-quality sites algorithm launched in additional languages

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