In July 2010, we compared Google to the Wild West in our post “The Wild West and Google Places (Local Business Listings) – Google’s Sheriffs Are on Patrol”. In our article, we underlined Google Places as the “wild west” of online marketing because at that time there did not appear to be any concrete rules […]
Online Marketers erroneously believe that Reddit is a social bookmaking site and could be used for link building purposes to help speed up SEO efforts. These practices will more than probably result in you getting banned or filtered by “spam filters” and should be stopped immediately.
As we mentioned in our previous article, A New SEO […]
A common request our SEO department receives is: I would like to rank for keyword a, b, and c for a domain I registered for my business. Can you help?
Unfortunately, SEO does not work like that anymore. SERPs have changed dramatically after Google Penguin, Google Panda and Google Hummingbird algorithm updates were unveiled.
While before the […]
“Content is where I expect the real money will be made on the internet…” – Bill Gates
In the online marketing world, “content is king” is one cliché that everyone hears. Practically every single marketing expert is talking about content and how it can help them rank better on many search engines. Unfortunately, almost half of […]
Paid advertising has changed drastically over the years especially with the advent of Google AdWords programs in 2000.
One of the advantages to advertising with Google is that everything is measurable, right down to the number of clicks to the number of impressions and the Click through Rate (CTR). With paid advertising through traditional means, it’s […]
In the Internet and Big Data Era, where information is launched and never vanishes, it could be arduously difficult to erase any information from the World Wide Web. In the world of Internet Law, the “right to be forgotten” or “the right to oblivion” is defined as a person’s right to remove personal details and […]