Recovering From Negative SEO

Jul 18, 2013 | Posted in: Internet Marketing, Link Building, Search Engine Optimization, SEO

Negative SEO! What’s that you ask? Well, thanks to our friends at Google and the constant updates to the algorithms, Penguin in particular,  some unethical companies and slime balls are using tactics to hurt their competitors. Google rolled out the … Continue reading

Penguin Strikes Again

Jul 12, 2013 | Posted in: Google Analytics, Internet Marketing, Link Building, Search Engine Optimization, SEO

On May 22nd, 2013, Google rolled out the Penguin 2.0 update to their search engine algorithm. Like Penguin 1.0, the update focuses on penalizing unnatural linking strategies. One difference with Penguin 2.0, however, is that it analyzes the backlinks of … Continue reading

Before You Build Your Website

Mar 8, 2013 | Posted in: Conversion Optimization, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Web Design

What You Didn’t Know That You Need to Know It’s common for a business or organization that is new to the web to be unaware of what’s best for their website. It’s even more difficult to know this when you … Continue reading

Add Bing’s Webmaster Tools to Your SEO Toolbox

Jun 22, 2012 | Posted in: Key Words, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, SEO

If you work in web design or web development, then you probably can’t help but snarl when saying “Internet Explorer”. You might also share our aversion to any IE-related applications such as Microsoft/Yahoo’s Bing search engine. We have largely ignored … Continue reading

W3C Validation and SEO

May 17, 2012 | Posted in: Internet Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Validation

When I was in school, I learned that having my websites’ code be 100% W3C standards compliant wasn’t just something to brag about, it was something to be ashamed of failing at. It’s an attitude that I’ve maintained while working … Continue reading