Monthly Archives: September 2016

Does Google Penalize For Invalid HTML? Matt Cutts Says No

It’s easy to make a mistake when trying to create perfect HTML code that validates correctly every time. When one of the features in Google Webmaster Tools is the ability to validate your code to see if there are any errors, certainly it raises the question of how important it is to have validated code.

While we all know the reasons why we should write valid HTML, in reality it doesn’t....More>>>

Not Provided – What Google’s Omission of Organic Keyword Data Means for Online Marketers

Something is missing! Can we fix it?

We started this week off with a bang – at least in the search world, with Google now redirecting all traffic to https, i.e. encrypted search.

What that means is, if you were wondering what keyword phrases people use on Google organic search to find your website, you’re out of luck.

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