Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

We recently came across an interesting conversation on the BigSEO subreddit. A user was trying to deindex a large number of product pages on their site, but three weeks later they’re still showing in Google’s search results. Even their Search Console shows no changes after the deindex. Here’s the catch: the user had deindexed pages for […]

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Google “top SEO company” and see what comes up. Go ahead, we’ll wait. What do you see? Are you bombarded with lists? Does each result boast a comprehensive collection of the very best SEO companies the industry has to offer? If you ask us, it all seems pretty overwhelming. Oh, these lists have their uses. […]

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The Top 8 SEO Trends to Watch in 2017

By: | January 4, 2017 | View: 3323

Every year, major changes occur that seem to shake the SEO industry to its very foundations. 2016 was no different—all throughout the year we saw rising trends that went on to change the way we do SEO. Improving the user experience was a hot topic all year long, as was mobile-friendliness. And who can forget […]

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At last—you’ve crossed off the final day on your cat-themed wall calendar with a bright red marker. As you settle into your comfy chair, the ball in Times Square begins its descent, marking the end of one year and the beginning of another. You swirl a cold, bubbly beverage in a tulip glass, listen to […]

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from SEO Inc.

By: | December 23, 2016 | View: 3206

It’s the most wonderful time of the year here at SEO Inc.—and no, we aren’t talking about another Penguin update. As we prepare to enjoy a little time off next week, we’d like to take a moment to spread a bit of good holiday cheer. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, after all. We hope […]

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Move over, Alfred and Jarvis—Alexa, Siri, Cortana, and Google Home are on the job, and these digital assistants are answering local search queries better than ever before. Digital assistants are great at what’s becoming known as “conversational search”—queries that use actual conversations instead of the two-to-three syllable phrases we’ve been barking into our phones. The […]

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