Google dominates this week’s search news, but that is nothing new. They are rolling out a new look for hotel searches (also nothing new) and adding more details for event listings including the ability to go directly to booking pages. Elsewhere, Bing announces some details about how they create their search engine result pages. Get […]
If you have not had time to keep up with happenings in SEO this week, then here is an abbreviated version to help bring you up to speed. It includes a request from Google to tighten your site’s security and two thought pieces by your truly and of course, some SERP layout changes.
This has been a volatile week for many webmasters with their sites going up and down with the Google-confirmed algorithm updates. PageRank also got important updates this week. Meanwhile, Google announces higher-than-expected profits and SEMRush raises $40 million to expand its program. Learn more about what happened this week in SEO by reading this roundup.
Welcome to what’s become the weekend edition of the daily roundup as I didn’t get a chance to get to it yesterday. For some reason clients feel like I should get their work done as my first priority but thankfully weekends are great for catching up and after a morning of getting a bit more […]
On the October 20th episode of Webcology my co-host Jim Hedger and I had the pleasure of interviewing David Vogelpohl – Founder and CEO of WPengine. While David is a wealth of information on a variety of subjects it was after attending a webinar with him and Raven’s John Henshaw that I knew I needed […]
Jon Henshaw from Raven joins David Vogelpohl of WPengine to chat on-page SEO in a great webinar – both of whom have been hit by cars. Jon starts the webinar chatting the Yoast SEO plugin. Install it. It covers titles, descriptions, open graph and XML sitemaps extremely well. He moves on to discussing “search engine […]
This week we focus in on title tags for our 5 Quick Tips as we all can recognize that they are integral to not only your rankings but also your conversions. We will cover briefly a bit about title tags, their history, purpose and value and then jump to 5 Quick Tips that will have […]
In this week’s 5 quick tips post we’re going to be readying ourselves for future weeks and getting our hands on some useful SEO tools in the meantime. I was pondering future posts on quick onsite, technical and even link building tips that are highly effective and globally applicable and soon realized that none of then […]
WordPress currently powers 26.6% of the web and as such we’ve worked on a large number of WordPress sites including our own (the current version and a new site that’s currently in development). Of course the majority of plugins on any given WordPress site are situation-specific in that they have to do with the design itself […]