Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

On Friday, Google announced they were bringing HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to www.google.com. With the shiny new Google HSTS will come heightened security. But the funny thing is we implemented HSTS on our site weeks ago. That’s right, before Google. Here’s the master list of sites that preload with HSTS. As you can see, […]

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We think it’s pretty safe to assume you’ve heard about Pokémon Go by now. It’s an augmented reality (AR) game that uses your smartphone’s GPS and camera to find, capture, and battle little monsters called Pokémon. Yes, that Pokémon, the same one that blew up in the late ‘90s. And with Pokémon Go, it’s taking […]

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Google has released three ad innovations today. First announced at the Google Performance Summit in May, these features are part of Google’s effort to deliver a more consumer- and marketer-friendly ad experience on mobile. Expanded Text Ads – Larger ad headlines and descriptions Responsive Ads – More consistent look across all devices Device Bidding – […]

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Join us on Wednesday the 27th, 11 AM (PST) for an exclusive PPC webinar! Following our highly successful SEO webinar on the Top 7 Ranking Factors in 2015, our friends at Convirza invited us for another session. We’ve covered SEO plenty this year, so it was only natural to take our next webinar in a […]

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Is there anything so satisfying as disavowing links that don’t belong? For years, we’ve been tightening up our backlink profiles by disavowing links that are unrelated to our business. Only the best, most relevant links for your site, right? Well, now Google’s John Mueller is saying something a little different. Don’t get us wrong—disavowing links […]

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Showing up in the local search results is about to get even more difficult. Coming Soon™, an ad is going to sneak its way into the Google local 3 pack. That’s right—the local 3 pack that Google cut down from 7 ads is going to include 1 ad and 2 organic listings. Users won’t have to expand […]

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