Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Yesterday, Google issued a worldwide roll-out of a new ad format: 4 paid ads on top of desktop SERPs, instead of the regular 3. In addition, they are removing paid ads on the side. The bottom of the SERPs can feature 3 paid ads. These changes are global and across all languages. Google has been testing the […]

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Google AMP, Accelerated Mobile Pages, is officially launching this Wednesday the 24th. With it will come faster-loading mobile websites. We would know, as we rolled this out weeks ago on our site and several of our clients’ sites. It took some testing to get it right, but after working the bugs out we are pleased to offer Google AMP as […]

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Wouldn’t it be great if everyone read your blogs, Facebook posts, and tweets? Or better yet—liked them and shared them, too? SEO Inc. knows a way to make your readers more likely to click. All you have to do is know how long to write your blogs and social media posts. This article contains a handy character […]

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A new Twitter Timeline feature is spreading its wings today that will show popular Tweets you’ve missed. Kind of like the “While you were away” feature from a year ago, this new Timeline will show conversations from the “best Tweets from people you follow” after you’ve been away from Twitter for a while. Want to […]

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We’re living in the age of display—display advertising, that is. A study by eMarketer predicts 2016 is the year we’ll spend more on display ads than search ads. 47.9% of all ad spend is expected to go to digital display ads for a total of $32.17 billion. What does this mean for businesses trying to […]

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Google’s John Mueller recently answered 13 frequently asked questions about HTTPS. The questions are specifically about moving your site from HTTP to HTTPS. From how to test HTTPS pages to how long a site-move to HTTPS takes, this FAQ is a pretty useful resource if you’re thinking of making the move. Here are Google’s HTTPS […]

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