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Tips for Making Your About Page Pop on Search Engines

Posted - May 27, 2020
When it comes to creating pages with search engine optimization (SEO) in mind, one of the most egregious mistakes brands make is Read More

What is Schema and How Should You Use it?

Posted - July 11, 2018
If you’re a business owner with an online presence, or manage a website for a company, you may have heard of schema. SEOs recommend Read More

Google’s Results Carousel: Yelp’s New Rival or Another Ride?

Posted - July 22, 2013
At the end of last year, Google soft-rolled a new design for local search results, specifically for iPhone tablets. This feature put a Read More

Put Your Social Media in One Place: Holler for HootSuite

Posted - June 28, 2013
In our second to final update for June’s “Social Media Month”, we’re going to discuss how to integrate all your social media Read More

Tip of The Day: Google Webmaster Tools Notifications

Posted - April 18, 2013
Pay attention to your Google Webmaster Tools notifications! They frequently alert users about increases in server errors and outages, Read More

Music Subscription Services: Worth It?

Posted - March 18, 2013
The Music Subscription Service Battle: Google Play and YouTube. YouTube is the world's largest digital repository of streaming media, Read More

Does PageRank Affect 301 Redirect Links?

Posted - February 28, 2013
So, you've built a new website, but you don’t want to lose all the hard SEO work you've done on the site you're replacing? There Read More

Link Building in the New Year: Part 2

Posted - January 25, 2013
In our previous blog post we discussed methods of positive link building in light of Google’s latest algorithm updates. Let’s take a Read More

SEO Tip of the Day: Don

Posted - May 10, 2012
The first task of any SEO project should be to perform sitewide keyword research. This means all pages of the site. Site owners will Read More

Take Part in the Dialogue on the Disastrous Legislation that is SOPA

Posted - January 23, 2012
You may have noticed some of the Internet's most influential sites like WordPress and WikiPedia "going dark" recently to protest the Read More