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Over time, Google has released hundreds of changes to its search engine. It doesn’t take a genius to see what has been happening to keyword data. Unfortunately, Google wasn’t very vocal about the changes that were being mad…
404 pages are considered by most to be an extremely bad sign. Although they are commonly called errors, they are technically the page that shows up when a website is not able to perform a request. The most common action that result…
So you’ve been handed a manual action penalty by Google, have you? What have you done, you naughty webmaster? The good news is that you know about it – you may not have even been made aware of the penalty before the 2013 rollout o…
Google+ is known to be one of the fastest growing social media platforms in the world that many companies, both small and large, are jumping at the chance to join in on. Its world began in 2011 as a test case. They started out with onl…
Ah, link building. It’s the quintessential trademark of SEO, especially recently, and while links are still important, how you obtain them has changed quite dramatically in the last year. Before, it was perfectly acce…
The most exciting part about creating a new website with WordPress is how quickly and easily you can deploy it. You can then tinker with every little setting, add in new plugins to extend your WordPress installation and customiz…
SEO is full of different responsibilities and things you need to consider—analytics, content, social media, design—so it can be tough to know where to start. You might have your website up and running with a little bit of co…
Would you like top search rankings? If you’re like most site owners, you may think all you need to do is add some meta tags and watch it soar to the top, right? Unfortunately, if you believe this your site will end up stranded in sea…
As a blog owner, one of your top priorities is to get people to visit your site. You want to gradually increase visitor traffic so that your site can do well over time. While it might sound easy to just open up a blog and let it run itsel…
Before investing the question of whether changing nameservers affects search engine rankings, it is helpful to know what it means to change nameservers. Public nameservers are what identifies a certain web hosting server to…