Monthly Archives: July 2017

Google’s Matt Cutts – A Little Duplicate Content Won’t Hurt Your Rankings

Duplicate content is always a concern for webmasters. Whether it’s a website stealing content from another site, or perhaps a website that hasn’t taken an active role in ensuring they get great unique quality content on their site, being duplicated out of the Google index is a problem.

In the latest webmaster help video from Google’s Matt Cutts, he addresses how Google....More>>>

Google Torches Yet Another ‘Undetectable’ Link Network

Google’s spam team has taken down yet another link network, the second in as many weeks. The target this time was Backlinks.com. The takedown was announced by Google’s Matt Cutts on Twitter, where he cited a line from their marketing pitch where they said their paid links were undetectable by search engine bots.

Google is clearly going after paid link networks at this time,....More>>>

Holiday Ecommerce SEO – The (Almost) A to Z Guide

The holiday season is upon us, which means that your ecommerce site needs to be prepared to “deck the halls” of search engines with their products.

My early gift to you is an (almost) A to Z guide of SEO tips and tricks designed to optimize ecommerce sites to prevent them from landing on the search engines’ naughty lists.

Auto fill forms where possible (when you....More>>>

Holiday Ecommerce SEO – The (Almost) A to Z Guide

The holiday season is upon us, which means that your ecommerce site needs to be prepared to “deck the halls” of search engines with their products.

My early gift to you is an (almost) A to Z guide of SEO tips and tricks designed to optimize ecommerce sites to prevent them from landing on the search engines’ naughty lists.

Auto fill forms where possible (when you....More>>>

2014 Social Media Tricks, Tools & Trends

When it comes to covering the news, getting the visual word out, and capturing the ROI moment, social media proved itself as an influencer in paid, earned, owned, and even traditional media.

NBC’s “Today” show joined the social love club with a rebranding and reinventing this year unveiling the #orangeroom. Headed by celebrity host @CarsonDaily, the #orangeroom is a social....More>>>

Twitter Shares the Year on Twitter #2013

The end of the year is a time to reflect, and that’s just what Twitter did with its look back on the tweets that told the stories of 2013. With its interactive widget at 2013.Twitter.com, you can explore popular moments in news, sports and entertainment over the past year.

Explore trends month-by-month, like January’s most-talked-about events, which included the helicopter crash....More>>>

Google Buys Company That Designs Robots for Military

Google has bought military robotics firm Boston Dynamics as part of a series of deals edging the firm closer to a future of robotics products and services.

The deal, revealed by The New York Times, marks the eighth robotics company Google has bought in the past six months. However, the firm remains tight-lipped about its intentions for its army of Googlebots, confirming the purchase to The....More>>>

From Old School to New School – SEO in Transition

SEO is growing up. For more than a decade SEO was filled with get rich quick schemes where the connection between the business and the customer was not a material part of the strategy to get more traffic to a web site. The two things were divorced from each other.

Even the so-called “white hat” SEO practitioners were focused on a variety of tactics. These may have been closer....More>>>

From Old School to New School – SEO in Transition

SEO is growing up. For more than a decade SEO was filled with get rich quick schemes where the connection between the business and the customer was not a material part of the strategy to get more traffic to a web site. The two things were divorced from each other.

Even the so-called “white hat” SEO practitioners were focused on a variety of tactics. These may have been closer....More>>>

Google Buys Company That Designs Robots for Military

Google has bought military robotics firm Boston Dynamics as part of a series of deals edging the firm closer to a future of robotics products and services.

The deal, revealed by The New York Times, marks the eighth robotics company Google has bought in the past six months. However, the firm remains tight-lipped about its intentions for its army of Googlebots, confirming the purchase to The....More>>>