Using Google’s Search Operators to Drill Deep

Choose the best Whether you're doing a site audit, keyword research or checking up on your competition, sometimes you'll find yourself looking for particular items that may at first seem difficult or very time consuming to find. Enter: [...]

By | April 8th, 2013|Content Development, Online Marketing|13 Comments

Search Engines Working for You | Selling Online

How Do You Search One of the comments on our last blog post had a good point. "The thing is, the people this article helps the most are inexperienced peeps, experimenting with early landing pages + offers. But [...]

By | August 9th, 2012|Online Marketing, SEO|111 Comments

Penguin, Penguin, Who’s Got the Penguin? Let’s Throw a Link At It…

It's only been a few short weeks since Google dropped the Penguin on search. Funnily enough, many of the ones squealing were the same people who ignored the warnings: STOP THE SPAM. You Talking To Me? Before you [...]

By | May 28th, 2012|SEO|148 Comments

Google’s Progress Towards World Domination – Getting Closer…

Back in January 2010, we published “The Path to Google’s World Domination Is Covered in Free Applications”. Truth be told, it was simple curiosity leading us to write the post: “Google World Domination is based around a prediction that Google will run the world by 2014. There’s even a countdown to “doomsday”. When you read the page and watch the video, it seems like a conspiracy theory. We wanted to see where it was going and started clicking links.” Recently, Google acquired Motorola Mobility - Motorola’s Mobile Devices division until January 2011. Of course, there’s a big paragraph at the bottom full of legalize about “forward-looking statements” in true Google CYA manner.

By | August 22nd, 2011|Online Marketing|0 Comments

Google Social Search – Tweeted to Numero Uno

A while back, we came across an article on Search News Central (SNC) by search geek David Harry, entitled Google Social Search; seriously, WTF people? In this article, Harry asks why social search seems to have been ignored by the SEO industry as a whole. Another article on SEOMoz, by Rand Fish, also discusses these changes. Both articles are worth reading – for the content AND the pretty pictures. However, in the meantime, let’s talk a little bit about Google Social, in terms of optimization and search. In case you haven’t heard the news, there’s a lot going on…

By | July 3rd, 2011|SEO, Social Media|0 Comments