Teaching small business how to navigate the world of Search Engines.
Join us on October 31, 2013 at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce for a lunch time seminar on Search Engine Optimization.
At Google's 15th anniversary, yes if Google were a kid they would be hanging out at the mall, they announced a Search Algorithm update that went live a month ago. It's dubbed, "Hummingbird."
"Hummingbird" is the code name for a Search Algorithm update that affects over 90% of searches and was designed to handle complex queries. This comes on the tail end of an announcement that Google will start using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to encrypt keyword data, which means less keyword information will be available in Google Analytics. This actually fits together quite well once we explain...
Google is at it again and this time they have made a significant change to Google+ Local and how they display their map listings.
Google continually makes changes to it's search algorithm but they rarely touch their Maps and Places products. So, what did they change and how does it affect you? This update was a big one. Your website and your visibility on maps is now undeniabely intertwined.
HTML5 is currently under development as the next major revision of the HTML standard.
HTML5 will likely be the future of online programming. But on the web, like at Muppet Labs, the future is being made today, and you can see awesome examples of the power of this new HTML protocol on dozens of websites. It’s hard to select the best, but here’re my votes for the most amazing examples out there.
Too many companies chase a website redesign without a plan. How frustrating is it to spend thousands of dollars and make no forward progress with your web presence? If you know what I'm talking about, you need a plan.
Check out our list of 6 things you need to think about when redesigning your website.
Here we will look at how to sync your PPC and SEO efforts to make sure you are getting the most from both campaigns.
You may not know it, but there’s a little rivalry going on inside online marketing circles between PPC and SEO. PPC, or Pay-Per-Click, advertising is when you put advertisements on search results and pay whenever someone clicks on those ads. SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is when you engineer your site to show up for searches for the keywords you want, bringing all kinds of free traffic to your website.
If you didn't know, MozCon just occured in Seattle, WA. During this 3 day extravaganza of Internet Marketing glory Matt Peters presented on 2013 Search Ranking Factors.
If you have been working on the web for awhile, then I am sure you are familiar with the phrase "Content is King!". Matt Cutts over at Google continually preaches this message because in a perfect world, all webmaster will produce the best most relevant content for its users.
Today we are going to go over what content marketing is and how it is done successfully!
Adecco blatantly plagarizes from online travel blogger!
Our 'Online Reputation Management 101' post could not have come at a better time than while watching first hand at a company shoot themselves in the social media foot.
Bill Cosby once said that he does not know the key to success, but the keys to failure are trying to please everybody. This is something that needs to be taken to heart when it comes to reading online reviews.
Negative reviews will happen, no matter how good the business, product, or customer service is. It is impossible to please everybody. But there are things that you can do to manage your reputation online.