January 13, 2016

Will the New Domain Extensions Negatively Impact Your SEO?

Five years ago, there weren’t that many options when it came to domain name extensions. You could only register a domain with a .com, .org or […]
January 13, 2016

Google’s New Site Standards : EAT and YMYL

Earlier this year, Google released its Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines. Designed to help Google’s own ranking engineers know what to look for in websites and why, […]
January 11, 2016

Surviving Google’s New Policy Against Interstitial Ads

Google has spoken — and an important part of the mobile web will never be the same. At least that’s the theory, and certainly the search giant’s […]
January 11, 2016

Marriage Equality, Healthcare & Low Unemployment: How Search Marketers Can Make A Difference This Tax Season

As the marketing world recovers from the Hunger Games-eque madness that was the holiday retail season, we know this rest period is but temporary. The next melee for paid […]
January 11, 2016

Yahoo Launches Product Ads On Search And Display

On the cusp of the holiday shopping demand surge, Yahoo releases its own version of product ads for retailers. Yahoo launched its version of product ads […]
January 11, 2016

Bing Now Powers AOL Search: What Advertisers Need To Know

The move is now official: Bing has taken over serving search results and ads for AOL from Google. Initially announced in June 2015, the 10-year deal affects […]
June 4, 2014

How Marketers Use Social Media

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June 4, 2014

Which Off-Page SEO Factors Really Make a Difference?

As someone who runs a website, you’re familiar with SEO. You understand that there are certain techniques and tactics that can take a webpage from the […]
June 4, 2014

The Wrath of Panda: Google’s New Algorithm Update

On May 20th at 4:11 PM PST, Google’s search guru Matt Cutts sent out a Tweet that caused many a-heart to flutter and shudder. He wrote, […]