Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Facebook Stops Sponsored Ads in Search

By: | June 17, 2013 | View: 4037

Facebook has officially stopped allowing advertisers to pay for spots within user’s search results. But what does this mean for advertisers on Facebook? Read on to find out.

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Smartphone users make up a significant chunk of internet search, and that number is only projected to increase. But smartphone search faces some specific challenges when it comes to mobile internet use. Two of the most common issues are faulty redirects and issues exclusive to smartphones. Here’s a look at how to fix them and […]

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What’s a hreflang? Besides being one of those crazy noises you make when you first wake up in the morning, “hreflang” is Google’s newest annotation. According to the Google Webmaster Central Blog, the new x-default hreflang attribute value signals to Google’s algorithms that the international landing page “doesn’t target any specific language or locale and […]

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Countdown to Pandamonium Redux

By: | March 14, 2013 | View: 8482

It’s only a matter of days (or hours??!) before Google’s latest Panda Update Hits.. Google’s Matt Cutts hinted at SMX West that the Panda update scheduled to hit either tomorrow or Monday, will be more of a rolling update. Cutts stated that this update will happen gradually over time, rather than big on any given […]

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SEO Inc. Announces New SEO Course

By: | March 13, 2013 | View: 12930

Today I wanted to talk a little about the SEO training course that SEO Inc. teaches at nearby University of California, San Diego. Since 2008 we have taught our 3-day search engine optimization training course four times a year, covering all the important topics within search engine optimization and search engine marketing (SEM) for webmasters, […]

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37 SEO Updates You Should Know From 2012

By: | January 4, 2013 | View: 9606

2013 is here and 2012 is gone, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t still feeling the effects of Google’s updates in 2012. From Panda refreshes to Penguin updates, many different changes happened last year. Read on to learn about the 37 updates you should know about from 2012.

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