Every so often, someone declares that SEO is dead, or that it is no longer important, or that it has morphed from an amalgam into something intangible. What’s worse is that people actually start believing this. Let me assure you:
AltaVista, one of the internet’s first search engines, has died. It was launched in 1995, and officially began redirecting to Yahoo!’s own search engine on July 8, 2013. The search engine struggled for its later years, but in its heyday, received more than 80 million hits per day. The innovative search engine likely paved the way for its booming successor, Google.
Ever want to know what your website visitors are thinking? Google has released a new satisfaction survey available to all webmasters in an easy and free snippet of code. Webmasters, listen up.
At SEO Inc, we like to take advantage of the California sunshine and take a break from the office. Today, we went down to the beach for a company photo shoot, and then came back to the office for a good old pizza party. Check out our pictures!
Sometimes, whether through manual spam or algorithmic changes, a site will violate Google Quality Guidelines. If your site violates these guidelines and you’ve received a notification in Google Webmaster Tools, it’s time to go in and fix those backlink-related problems. Once you’ve done that, you need to file a reconsideration request. Here are some common questions and resources for reconsideration requests.
Instagram, the long time app of choice for fashionistas, foodies, and selfie-lovers, has officially announced new video capabilities. This major update to Instagram adds a new level of depth to the popular photo app, along with new filters, image stabilization, and Cinema Mode. Read on to find out more.