Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Welcome to Google Webmaster Tools 2.0! Last week, Google rebranded Google Webmaster Tools to its new name: Google Search Console. A post on Webmaster Central Blog states the reasoning for the rebranding: “to make sure that our product includes everyone who cares about Search.” The post points out that the term “webmaster” does not completely […]

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Google tried to sneak their Quality Update past us! We at SEO Inc. have seen the “Google Quality Update” on the horizon for a while now. We and the rest of the SEO world thought it would release with more fanfare (or at least with plenty of warning as with Mobilegeddon). But with the mostly silent […]

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Running your local business’s Facebook page is tougher than it seems. Even if you post every day, you still might not see big results. If your Facebook “likes” are stuck at a woefully low number, you may be considering just giving it up. But anyone can tell you the benefits of Facebook – just ask […]

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Does the month of May mean manual actions? Yesterday morning, Search Engine Roundtable’s Barry Schwartz reported an alarmingly high number of Google penalty distributions to various websites. The manual actions were distributed to websites showing “thin content with little or no added value.” He reports that Google has appeared to have targeted a content network and […]

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Now’s your chance to see what SEO is all about! This May, we at SEO Inc. are heading up north to attend ad:tech San Francisco to join the latest and greatest in digital marketing, technology, and media. However, we aren’t just there to socialize. We’re bringing a host of new SEO services to show off […]

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Did you survive Mobilegeddon? Google’s latest mobile update rolled out over two weeks ago in late April. However, not every mobile website has been re-indexed by Google’s crawlers — at least, not yet (Source: Search Engine Land). This begs the question: Will your mobile website be able to deal with a real Mobilegeddon? We at […]

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