Archive for the ‘ Internet Marketing ’ Category

 

Last updated by at .

Google App indexing

Read full article | Comments Off on Google App indexing

ShareTweet On October 31, Google announced a new capability of their main Search Engines functionality, the mechanism is called “App Indexing.” More Info on Google Webmaster Central Blog. Just like how googlebots crawl and index websites, they can now index content from an Android app. Google is currently testing app indexing with an initial group […]

Read More

SEO Resources and Tools

Read full article | Comments Off on SEO Resources and Tools

ShareTweet Resources & Articles SEOmoz – Started as a great online SEO community with lots of useful information about search marketing and SEO. SEOmoz is the most influential tool & company I can rely on. Their Mozbar is an awesome browser plug-in that I use on a daily basis. SEObook – Also a very helpful […]

Read More

SEO & Internet Marketing Conference in 2012

Read full article | 1 Comment

ShareTweet There are a ton of SEO, SEM, and Internet Marketing conferences all over North America, sometimes even one in Central America. I listed some exciting new events coming through for 2012: Affiliate Summit West 2012 Location: Las Vegas, NV, United States Date: 01/08/2012 – 01/10/2012 Check it out: http://www.affiliatesummit.com/ About Affiliate Summit West 2012 […]

Read More

Top 10 Yahoo Searches in 2011

Read full article | Comments Off on Top 10 Yahoo Searches in 2011

ShareTweet Top 10 Searches on Yahoo! -iPhone -Casey Anthony -Kim Kardashian -Katy Perry -Jennifer Lopez -Lindsay Lohan -“American Idol” -Jennifer Aniston -Japan Earthquake -Osama bin Laden

Read More

gTLDs and SEO Impact

Read full article | 2 Comments

ShareTweet In June of 2011, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which oversees the world’s domain name system announced that Starting January 2012, established public and private organizations can apply for the rights to the gTLD(s) of their choice – both branded (e.g. .nike) and non-branded (e.g. .shoes). Price For $185,000 per application, […]

Read More

Google’s Freshness Update in Search Results

Read full article | Comments Off on Google’s Freshness Update in Search Results

ShareTweet Google just rolled out a new algorithm update designed to pick and select which queries demand fresher results impacts about 35% of searches. Where their Caffeine architecture allows Google to quickly crawl the mass and complex contents of the Web, this latest update is meant to select which queries require the most recent results. […]

Read More

Google Updates Spam Reporting Page

Read full article | Comments Off on Google Updates Spam Reporting Page

ShareTweet Last night, Matt Cutts from Google tweeted they have “released the biggest refresh of our spam report form in, oh, say 10 years.” they break it down by type of “spam”: Paid links – This page is selling or buying links. Copyright and other legal issues – This page should be removed under applicable […]

Read More

Google+ Cheat Sheet

Read full article | 2 Comments

ShareTweet With Google+ recently reached million members, and as Google releases more invites to its social network, more people are trying to learn the ins-and-outs of the Google+ ecosystem. That’s why I was excited when I stumbled across a Google+ cheat sheet, whose origin we’ve traced to Google+ user Simon Laustsen. The cheat sheet includes […]

Read More

Google PR Update on June 27, 2011 Confirmed

Read full article | Comments Off on Google PR Update on June 27, 2011 Confirmed

ShareTweet I just quickly checked some sites that I have managed or optimized before, 80% of them received a higher PR score on most of the web pages, 15% remains at the same level, and 5% got a step back. This is the first major Google PR update after the Panda update of their natural […]

Read More

SEO Tips for Website Redesign

Read full article | Comments Off on SEO Tips for Website Redesign

ShareTweet – Before doing any site redesign, ensure that you have carefully backed-up all of your website files, content and databases. – During your redesign, don’t bury any content that was previously bringing targeted search engine traffic too deeply within the site . Ensure that any important content that will be focused on the more […]

Read More