Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

The search quality ranking guidelines wasn’t the only Google document to get updated recently. Google has augmented its “Improve your local ranking on Google” help page. With it comes more information on the local ranking factors: Relevance, Distance, and Prominence. The updated document also contains specific steps you can take to help your business show up in […]

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Remember when Google updated their search quality guidelines back in November? Here’s hoping you didn’t commit everything to memory. Google has updated their search quality rating guidelines again. Many of the changes reflect the user-centric direction Google has been going in all year long. From a greater emphasis on E-A-T to some surprising mobile changes, the update […]

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Here’s the state of Social Media Engagement in 2016. We’re in the middle of a social revolution. There are more social media channels than ever. Businesses have doubled their follower counts since 2015 (Source: Forrester). And brands are pumping out more content than ever before. But ROI is not increasing. For the huge number of […]

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Google is always testing new features. It’s part of their unending crusade to help users find what they’re looking for quickly, safely, and accurately. Because of this, many of their latest updates have been mobile optimization efforts.  SEO Inc is an seo company that is on the forefront of any new Google algorithm changes and […]

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In a perfect world, all sites would be mobile-friendly, just like we’ve been saying. But the sad truth is that all sites aren’t mobile-friendly. Or else why would this upcoming Google update get announced? The “Mobile May” Google update, announced last week, will boost the effects of Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm. If you’ve already optimized your […]

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Are Your AMP Pages Spiking? Find Out Why

By: | March 18, 2016 | View: 2147

AMP pages are on the move. We at SEO Inc. noticed several major fluctuations for several of our clients’ indexed Accelerated Mobile Pages. The spikes occurred last weekend—Sunday the 13th to be precise—which saw some upward movement of hundreds of indexed mobile pages. Pages that hadn’t been indexed yet did not move, of course. For clients […]

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