Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

Google is confirmed as saying that the Google Panda Update is now a part of Google’s core ranking algorithm. This official Google statement was posted on an excellent comprehensive guide by Jennifer Slegg: “Panda is an algorithm that’s applied to sites overall and has become one of our core ranking signals. It measures the quality […]

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What is E-A-T? And Why Do You Need It?

By: | January 11, 2016 | View: 519

You need to eat to live. And so does your website content. A different kind of “eat,” but the idea is the same. That’s right, we’re talking about E-A-T. We first saw this acronym when Google’s Search Quality Guidelines got leaked in 2014. But with Google’s official release, we now know just how important E-A-T […]

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Is your website ready for 2016? Maybe a better question is “Will your website increase your revenue?” If your answer to that is “no,” then you’ve got your work cut out for you. Because with the new year here, you’ve got to make your website the best it can be. You’ve got to be ready for […]

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Speed Up Your Robots.txt Submission Process

By: | January 4, 2016 | View: 403

Waiting for your new site to get indexed? Google says you don’t have to wait long. All you have to do is go into Google Search Console and resubmit a new robots.txt file. How to Force a Robots.txt file Reprocessing According to Google’s John Mueller, all you have to do is go to Search Console, go […]

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The Biggest SEO News of 2015

By: | December 31, 2015 | View: 509

You did it. You survived another year. If we’re being honest, 2015 had its share of ups and downs in the world of SEO. For us at SEO Inc., we’re happy to say our year was definitely more up than down. But you can’t deny that we all saw some pretty huge changes within the […]

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Google Now Indexing HTTPS Pages by Default

By: | December 22, 2015 | View: 785

Google has made another show of support for HTTPS. Google’s Zineb Ait Bahajji announced that Google would start crawling HTTPS pages over HTTP versions. They would do so even “when the former are not linked to from any page.” So even if you don’t have HTTPS versions of all the pages of your site, Google […]

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