Finding the right White Hat SEO company for your business can be challenging. The digital marketing industry is entrenched in jargon, making it difficult for marketers to decipher what’s real, what’s realistic and what’s hype. We talk a lot about White Hat SEO and why we think it’s the only sustainable organic search approach for businesses. Since […]
AdWords isn’t the only way to get your name on a search engine results page. If you want to cover the whole market you need to be on bing ads and Yahoo too.
Voice search is changing the face of SEO. But what do you need to know to make sure that you’re ready for the shift from typing to talking?
One of the biggest pieces of SEO news over the last few years has been that Google is planning on splitting their index for mobile and desktop searches. Putting mobile first has long been a Google goal and this further promotes that idea that mobile browsing is the future of the internet. So now, almost a year on from their announcement it looks like the mobile first index has started to go live!
If you’re considering Search Engine Marketing, you may have some concerns before plunking down your marketing dollars. We thought we’d answer some of the most common AdWords questions. While it may be too late to start in time for the Holiday eCommerce season, it’s not too late to begin planning your 2014 campaigns.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is an internet standard security technology for creating an encrypted link between a web server and a web browser. Once created this link makes sure that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. If you’re taking online transactions, you need to have SSL running on your site.
If you use AdWords you should already know that Google’s PPC platform will let you go over your daily budget occasionally if it thinks it can get you a click. In the past, you could spend over 20% of your daily budget, with AdWords aiming to correct the overspend by the end of the month. But now you can spend 200% of your daily budget, again with AdWords fixing the overspend by the end of the month.
Negative SEO is like negative campaigning in politics. Instead of focusing on your site and trying to improve your own SEO, you devote your efforts to damaging the ranking of another site. Just like attack ads, a negative SEO attack is a frowned upon practice and as clear an example of Black Hat SEO as you can find.
For Processed & Unhealthy Sites In the world of SEO, there’s a lot of confusing terminology. That includes terms like spamdexing. This is one SEO practice online marketers must understand in order to avoid roller coaster rankings and manual actions. Spamdexing is a catchall term for a number of different things, including keyword stuffing and referral […]
As a White Hat SEO practitioners we have been pretty vocal on why you should follow Google’s webmaster guidelines. This really applies to link building and not amassing paid links. Paid links are a dangerous SEO strategy designed to artificially boost your ranking by paying other sites to link to your content. So how can you make sure your links aren’t damaging your SEO.