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We love organic search engine optimization here at SEO Inc., but we’re also well known for our social media knowledge. Running a good social media campaign can be difficult. When you are learning how to run new social media campaign these are the things to keep in mind. How to Run a Social Media Campaign The...
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Google AdWords Losing it’s Edge? Let’s forget about organic search engine optimization for a moment and talk about Pay Per Click marketing. When you think Pay Per Click management, your mind probably thinks of the sponsored links on a Google search page. Mine does. After all, Google has been my preferred search engine for years...
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SEO Inc. has been known for premium search engine optimization for some time now, but we also have a very strong social media marketing department which offers a wide array of social integration as part of a wider internet marketing strategy. The Power of Email Marketing & Social Media Today, eMarketer released an article on combining the power of...
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Google Sitelinks Expansion If you are a frequent user of Google, you probably know what sitelinks are, if not by name, then by sight. Sitelinks help searchers by allowing them to go directly to the most popular parts of a site such as the FAQ section, Contact, Locations, etc. From an SEO standpoint, sitelinks help...
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Google Couters Duplicate Content The webmaster central blog has a post about using a link tag to specify the best URL to use for a page. Wow, this could be a useful shortcut for websites with thousands of duplicate pages and no easy way to clean them up.
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Google Indexed Pages and Backlink Updates Quick post in case you haven’t noticed, Google has just updated back links and indexed pages….  This is great to see especially since they they did a Page Rank and back links update about 6 months ago!  Check your site now with SEMMETRIX.  Free Trial!
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Google Agrees to Pay $90M for Click Fraud SAN FRANCISCO  —  Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as “click fraud.” The proposed settlement, announced by the...
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Google Decline? comScore Report Brings New Questions To Light With comScore’s recent report indicating traffic from Google paid search ads showing no growth versus the same time one year ago, advertisers and Wall Street alike are left staring blankly at each other wondering if this is the first sign towards an actual decline from the...
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