Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

SEO News Flash: What is Knowledge-Based Trust?

The proof is in the pudding. And it could soon be in your rankings. In a recently released research paper, Google’s wizards reveals a new process that ranks web pages based on their accuracy. These formulas work based on a new factor called Knowledge-Based Trust (KBT). KBT can be used to “estimate the accuracy of […]

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SEO News Update: Google to Reward Mobile-Friendly Websites

It’s just as we predicted. The first of our 2015 SEO optimization predictions is happening. On Thursday, Google revealed their forthcoming plans to reward mobile-friendly websites. Two major changes to mobile are coming down the pipelines. And they could change your site rankings from here on out. Mobile-Friendly Websites Will Rank Better in Mobile Search […]

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What We Learned Last Month About SEO – End of the Month Awards Recap

SEO Inc. the San Diego internet marketing company, is off to a strong start this year! We’ve been lucky enough to be awarded yet another string of awards—this time for the month of February 2015. During the last month, we saw some surprising (and not-so-surprising) outcomes to our efforts in being the best Internet marketing […]

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Press Release: SEO Inc. Removes 12th Google Penalty, Retains 100 Percent Effectiveness

San Diego, Calif. – January 27, 2014 – SEO Inc, a full-service San Diego Internet Marketing Company, is pleased to announce their 12th successful removal of a Google penalty from one of its clients. With this latest removal, the San Diego based Internet Marketing company has retained 100 percent effectiveness in removing manual actions. The […]

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How to Remove a Google Penalty

You’ve heard the horror stories. And if your website has received a Google penalty, it can be like a living nightmare. Google is constantly developing more complex algorithms to make the Internet more organized and relevant. You need to know what to do if the worst should happen—and nothing is worse than a Google penalty. […]

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How to Make a Website Mobile-Friendly After a Google Warning

Good ‘ol Google, looking out for us again. Google released a wave of warnings yesterday, alerting webmasters through email and Webmaster Tools to “fix mobility issues found on [their website].” These warnings coincide with Google’s other efforts to show that mobile-friendly matters. This is a pretty proactive move on Google’s part. Google’s throwing everyone a […]

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