It is extremely important to properly track your website traffic and conversion data in order to get the most useful data about your business's website performance.
Yelp.com, already a giant in the local business review space, now offers the ability to reserve hotel stays through the site.
In an odd piece of irony, sites in Google's Trusted Store Program are currently experiecing issues if they are on the HTTPS protocol:
With as much industry noise out there as there is today, how can you stay our climb to the top when your content for social media outlets has been maximized or has become stale?
Analysts reviewing Google's quarterly earnings report, had some hard questions regarding Googles click based revenue model, which is touted as, " ...the best Internet business model ever created" b
[Update: Google Penguin is now confirmed]
Google will now help you confirm that redirects are in place properly with their souped up change of address tool among other things
here is a link with the deets:
This was trending yesterday:
The new domain names are starting to be released to the public for purchase from .email to .photography to .cool and .pro.
It's been a while since I came across an article like this. One with a seething tone that doesn't sound petty.
Google testing always keeps us on our toes. What is served up in a sidebar or in the rich snippets varies at an alarming rate and ultimately it is Google that decides what you are going to see.
I'm watching drugs inc and apparently there are now online market places where people are buying drugs online and it even has reviews :/
So apparently ad space is finite in video, etc for usage in election...
(probably because of restrictions in volume?)
Here is another reason why websites should start looking into developing mobile friendly websites.
SEORoundtable reports Google says PageRank is finally dead and that last update was a "mistake" https://www.seroundtable.com/google-toolbar-pagerank-dead-19256.html
A recent study posted to SearchEngineLand has come to the conclusion that Google has rolled back the Pigeon update.
Aside from the new Apple Watch cool features like the sports tracker, Siri, the heart rate monitor, and my favorite, Apple TV navigation, how much of an im
As a follow up to my last post, here's 5 SEOs weighing in on the topic of structured snippets and Facts/Answers appearing in the SERPs, including our own Ann Smarty:
Found this on Search Engine Land:
Yahoo directory will be coming to a close this December, 2014. It's a sad day, or at least it seems like it is.
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