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Fiverr debuted as a novel concept; a fixed price point of $5 for services, where anyone could offer to do anything for that price. Regulated by a free market experience, some services quickly dropped in quality, while others hav…
Thin content is an issue that comes up in discussions about Google Panda, along with the more talked-about issue of duplicate content. Google hates thin content, but there’s much argument about what, exactly makes content t…
There is much argument about link building in the SEO community, particularly now that Google seems to be clamping down on guest posting, one of the more legitimate ways to build links manually. If guest posting is out, is any for…
The last time Google released a Penguin update – at least, the last time they confirmed that a Penguin update had taken place – was in October of 2013. SEO monitors labeled it Penguin 5, as the fifth major update to the Penguin a…
“What?! 5.0! We just had 4.0! Don’t tell me Google is already drawing another line in the sand.” Got your attention? No, there’s no sign of Google pushing a 5.0 update on the horizon. That doesn’t mean, however, th…
Google AdWords is somewhat of a king amongst PPC programs online. Google simply has so much reach, so much access, so much insight that it’s impossible to compete. Others try, but none quite give the same returns as a dedicated…
Since it’s creation a decade and a half ago, Google has changed the world in many ways. First with web search that constantly improved. Later with the wealth of free services and tools it offers. Later still by becoming the soci…
If you have an old, established site, chances are you’ve done something in the last few years that is no longer effective or, potentially, detrimental to your SEO. It might be anything from a too-high keyword density, too much…
Sooner or later it will happen to you, if it hasn’t already. You need, for some reason or another, to remove a page from your site. Maybe it’s a page that no longer works with a new site layout. Maybe it’s a piece of outdated con…
Long ago, before the rise of man, there was only Google. Google saw the world, and decided it needed to rank the importance of all it surveyed. It gathered the metrics it knew and could measure, and it knew them and measured them. Wh…