Buffer All right, so maybe Google’s Penguin 2.1 algorithm update isn’t nearly as scary as the picture above. But with Halloween right around the corner, would you expect anything less? Go ahead, share it with your friends – you know you want to. What Is the Penguin Algorithm, You Ask? Although Penguin 2.1 […]
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Buffer Today marks Google’s 15th anniversary. And with birthdays come birthday presents. But oddly enough, Google has decided to give us all a gift instead, by announcing a brand-new algorithm: the Google Hummingbird algorithm. However, the Google Hummingbird algorithm is unlike previous algorithm updates such as Panda, Penguin, Freshness, and others. In fact, this isn’t […]
As an SEO (search engine optimizer) with years of experience at multiple successful SEO companies, I have had the pleasure of optimizing hundreds of websites. Local, national, international; services focused, informational and e-commerce – I have worked on them all. And in that time, my points of contact at these companies has ranged from interns […]
As terrifying as it may sound, it is true: keyword cannibalization DOES exist! Even in this modern day and age, websites are falling prey to this foul act left and right. And the scariest part? Webmasters don’t even know what’s happening to them. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be this way. You can change your […]
The How’s and Why’s of Performing Industry Specific Keyword Research to Maximize Organic Search Leads07-23-13 by Matt Dimock
Practically all of us in the Internet marketing industry have heard the phrase, “content is king”, but just because you have written relevant content for your website does not make it worthy of the 1st position in Google search results (a.k.a. the throne). Sure, your website’s content may rank decently for some keywords and phrases. […]
Google Local Carousel: An Interactive Means to Finding Local Restaurants, Entertainment & Attractions in Google Local Search06-19-13 by Matt Dimock
Earlier this morning, Google publicly announced the release of Google’s local carousel feature in English to desktops within the United States. Until today, the local carousel has only been available to some Nexus and iPad tablet users. Having been initially introduced back in December, 2012, we think it is safe to say the feedback for the local carousel was positive enough for Google to want to roll out such a significant design change to their search results. However, it does seem Google is still only taking baby steps, as Google’s carousel is only being displayed for specific types of local businesses.
We love blogging for our clients – but we also love it when you take a little time to get involved to add personal touches to the blogs to make them even more share-worthy.
One of our newly launched clients, Lee’s Foodservice Parts & Repairs went the extra mile this week and wrote their own blog post that involved some history, a famous gangster, and a speakeasy… and the post still had to do with a service call to install a walk-in cooler in Chicago! Here’s an excerpt from the post to grab your interest: