Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

How to Use a 301 Redirect for SEO

Are you getting the most out of your 301 redirects? SEO best practices demand that you use each 301 redirect for maximum benefit—for visitors and you. But whether you’re rewriting URLs or fixing navigation errors, using 301 redirects in an SEO sense takes a little more effort than usual. As San Diego’s premier SEO service […]

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Internet Explorer Ending, New Microsoft Browser Incoming

Microsoft is finally putting Internet Explorer out to pasture. According to a report by The Verge yesterday, Microsoft will let the branding die for their internet browser. In its place will arise a new browser, codenamed ‘Project Spartan’ (yes, that’s another Halo reference), which will release with the forthcoming Windows 10. Internet Explorer was set […]

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Mobile Friendly Update to be “Bigger” than Penguin, Panda

Big changes are coming in SEO. You already knew they were coming. But now we know the upcoming mobile friendly update that Google is launching on April 21, 2015 is going to be big. Zineb Ait Bahajji, one of Google’s Webmaster Trends Analysts, announced earlier this morning at SMX Munich that the upcoming algorithm for […]

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What is SEO? And Why Do I Need It?

Don’t worry—all businesses have asked these questions at some point. Unfortunately, the answers to “What is SEO?” and “Why do I need it?” are not immediately obvious. Especially not when you’re looking to gain a better internet presence to really get ahead of your competition. Getting these answers requires you to learn from someone who […]

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SEO Inc and Our Clients Visit Google for a VIP Tour

SEO Inc. had the distinct honor of visiting the one and only Googleplex for a VIP tour and high profile client meeting. Accompanying one of our PPC clients, we set foot upon Google’s HQ for a day of fun and business talk. (We actually treat those as one and the same around here!) Our CEO, […]

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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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