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Google’s latest announcement shows the search engine’s continuing service for its mobile users: Google will remove the “Mobile-Friendly” label from mobile search results Google may lower rankings for sites with intrusive popups in January 2017 Both updates will help mobile users more easily reach the content they need. “Mobile-Friendly” Label to be Removed Google is […]

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ConnectHER, an annual event for bloggers, brands, PR, and influencers, is right around the corner. And our own Senior Project Manager, Cari Bacon, is a featured speaker! Join Cari as she leads two roundtable discussions: Navigating Google Analytics: How to Use It Effectively & Get the Best Out of It (10:30 AM – 11:45 AM) […]

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Understanding your Search Analytics reports just got a lot easier. Google has released a help document called “What are impressions, position, and clicks?” The document provides details on the three core metrics found in Search Analytics. Before, it was kind of a guessing game for figuring out what recorded an impression, or what exactly counted […]

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Today we’re excited to announce that SEO, Inc. has been chosen as a finalist in the 2016 Search Engine Land Awards for none other than “SEO Agency of the Year” for our award winning SEO Services. Now begins 8 weeks of anxious waiting, as the ceremony approaches on September 28th. New York City, here we […]

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We’re winners here at SEO Inc.  Not only because we’ve been named a Best SEO company. (Although that certainly helps.) We’re winners, because winning, as Charlie Sheen would believe……is partly how you view yourself.  That may sound a bit conceited, but it’s true.  And we view ourselves as a peerless agency.  Beliefs are powerful, but you have […]

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On July 25th, 2016, Verizon bought Yahoo for $4.83 billion. Yes—you heard that right. Yahoo, the third largest internet property behind Google and Facebook, is becoming the property of the largest mobile service provider in the US. Yahoo, who once stood on its own next to Google and Bing as one of the three big […]

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