Google Pictures From Search Engine Roundtable

Google Pictures From Search Engine Roundtable

Google Sneakers Brass Monki, custom sneaker designers, have designed a version of Google sneakers out of Nike sneakers. As Barry Schwartz states “The sneaker looks pretty neat! I can’t seem to find them in the e-commerce store, so I am not sure if they were pulled due to legal reasons or never posted there – and only available for custom orders. That being said, it appears these sneakers would cost about $550 to buy.” 2016 Update  According to Brass Monki,…

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Google Plus One for Publishers and SEO

Google Plus One for Publishers and SEO

Google’s latest announcement  that the Plus One button is now available to publishers keeps everyone on their toes just before summer vacation gets rolling.  On June 1, 2011 the Official Google Blog let all websites know that they could incorporate the Plus One button on to their sites. This will allow you to not only recommend a site from the search results, but also when you are on the page. Our clients and partners are already asking “Would adding the…

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Basic SEO Link Building and its Impact on Page Authority

Basic SEO Link Building and its Impact on Page Authority

Read any SEO blog and you’ll likely discover that as undeniably important as keyword research and compelling content truly are for your website, SEO linkbuilding has a major influence on how search engines see your site. In fact, Moz estimates that what the Internet says about your web pages accounts for roughly 2/3 of the search engine algorithms. Let’s put it another way.  What people do in response to your site, in the form of linking and bookmarking, is statistically…

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Why Citations Are Important to Local Search Marketing

Google has recently updated their algorithm to give local search results even more prominent placement in the SERPs and it’s more important than ever to make sure your local search profile is taken care of in 2011. Our local search marketing program consists of two very important steps in getting your business ‘on the map’ . The first step in seeing yourself on the map is registration. This is the process of registering your address with Google Places, Yahoo &…

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AJAX Friendly SEO Techniques

AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript and XML) is a technology used in almost 80% of modern websites. It’s comprised of a couple of different older technologies. Javascript is used to make asynchronous calls from a web page sitting on your browser back to the web server that it was served from. Asynchronous means that the call is made in the background without keeping the user from being able to use the site while the data that has been requested from the web…

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Subdomain vs Subdirectory – What is Best For SEO?

The debate between SEOs (Search Engine Optimizers) on whether to use a subdomain or a subdirectory for organizing website content has been around since the beginning of Search Engine Optimization. Some of it is left up to the personal preference and past experiences of the SEO, but depending on the situation, it sometimes makes more sense to use one method than the other. In order to gain a better understanding of when to use each organizational tool, we’ll define each…

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5 Questions to Ask SEO Companies

5 Questions to Ask SEO Companies

Hiring an SEO company who uses optimal SEO practices can make the difference between high search engine rankings and not being found in the search results. Here are the top 5 SEO questions to consider before hiring an SEO company for your business.

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