Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Have you heard about the new Carousel feature in Google Knowledge Graph? Allow me to explain… Say you do a search. Google will return its normal results and the knowledge graph. But then on top of that you will find the new Google Carousel (sometimes it will appear on its own, other times you will […]

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Tracking the Structured Data Markup on Your Site Google has just added a new structured data tab to Webmaster Tools. This tab detects structured data markup (all structured data types) on your website and tells you how Google evaluated it. As well you can use their structured data markup tool (Google structured data markup helper), […]

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Google has just added a new feature to webmaster tools that allows you to download the latest links and sort them by date. In the midst of a backlink notification nightmare for some webmasters this new tool is a gift for many search engine optimization experts. Why Would you use this Tool? Say you recently […]

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For years there has been a conversation around the benefits of having a dedicated IP address to improve search engine optimization potential. This blog will seek to answer the question, “Should you have a dedicated IP address to improve Google search engine optimization?” Deep breath everyone, this is a contentious topic for many. Why Having […]

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How to Create Google Product Listing Ads

By: | July 10, 2012 | View: 4846

Google product listings ads are the new thing, especially now that Google product listings will no longer be free. There are two ways to build a Google product listing campaign; you can do it either through Merchant Center or through AdWords. Watch a Video on How to Create Google Product Listing Ads

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Data, data, data! Got to know your numbers to understand where things have been and where they are heading in the search engine optimization. This blog looks to deliver just that. Search Engine Market Share In a recent report by Experian the following was reported: “Google accounted for 65.02 percent of all U.S. searches conducted […]

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