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Google Announces Sitelinks Expansion

By: | April 17, 2009 | View: 6566

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 reveal unknown […]

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Friday the 13th Ping-Pong Massacre 2009

By: | March 17, 2009 | View: 4157

At SEO Inc. we work hard, but we play hard too. Last Friday, the 13th, we had an all out company war with the Friday the 13th Ping-Pong Massacre pitting co-workers against co-workers in ping-pong matches to the death. To. The. DEATH. Ok, it wasn’t that extreme, but we do take our ping-pong pretty seriously. […]

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If you’re a loyal reader of this blog, or know anything about SEO Inc, you already know that we are big fans of web accessibility for the visually impaired. We’re really into it. Web Accessibility is like the Jonas Brothers, and we are the screaming tween girls that follow it around. That being said, it’s […]

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Google Helps Out With Duplicate Content

By: | February 19, 2009 | View: 6133

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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Brad Lipschultz Speaking at SMX West 2009

By: | February 10, 2009 | View: 5005

SEO Inc.’s own Brad Lipschultz, COO, will be speaking at this year’s SMX West in an educational session on search engine optimization entitled “Web Accessibility for the Visually Impaired.” Brad will be presenting in Theater B of the SMX Theater on the Expo Hall floor at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Wednesday, February 11 at […]

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Top 5 PPC Wishes for 2009

By: | December 23, 2008 | View: 5383

Now that 2008 is coming to a close, we can look forward to a fresh start in January. The time has come to declare what we need as marketers for pay per click marketing for the New Year. We’ve been promised grand features, bells, whistles and more; but for some reason we’re still wondering what […]

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