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A report on Google +1 research data pulled from 41 non-publisher websites in different industries. From the time period of 8/20/2011 to 9/20/2011 Search Engine Optimization Inc. performed an analysis of Google +1 data on 41 websites. This research was focused on the number of Google +1s each of these websites received during the time […]

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As an SEO company, we run into questions like, “Should you use a rel=canonical or a 301 redirect” all of the time. While we are quite versed in answering these topics, it is always nice to hear information straight from Google. In this video, we hear Matt Cutts, head of WebSpam at Google, address the […]

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Making an Ajax application crawlable by the Google search engine is not incredibly complicated if you take the time to ensure the necessary technical requirements have been met. In this post, we will cover some of the key concepts in AJAX application search engine optimization. Overview of AJAX SEO Google and other search engines have […]

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A Study on Website From Mobile Devices From August 20, 2011 through September 20, 2011 Search Engine Optimization Inc. performed an analysis of traffic data on 41 websites. This research was focused on monitoring mobile traffic vs. non-mobile traffic during the time period. The websites used in the study came from a wide range of […]

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Delicious was first purchased by Yahoo in 2005 and has now been purchased by YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen. We’ve been waiting patiently to see what they were going to do with the site. The answer, a clean looking, image based redesign and Delicious Stacks. Remember, Delicious is a bookmarking site. The new […]

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Good computer security strikes a balance between security and usability. For example, a fifty character password might be more secure than one with less characters, but it would also be an impediment to usability. Not having a password could be easy, but it would also be unsecure. Rather than either extreme, a compromise should be […]

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