1012, 2015

What is a SERP?

By |December 10th, 2015|Common Questions, SEO|0 Comments

SERP’s in short stands for Search Engine Results Page, which in turn is a listing within the search results that is returned by any particular search engine in response to any keyword search query.

These results traditionally includes a list of various items with titles, a reference to full versions, and/or […]

212, 2015

How to delete a Facebook Group?

By |December 2nd, 2015|Social Media|0 Comments

Facebook Groups are traditionally deleted when they have no members within the group. So if you are the person that created the group, then you just simply need to remove all the members in the group first and once this has been completed then remove yourself.

Or in other words –

Go […]

1104, 2015

Why should you consider SEO a viable strategy?

By |April 11th, 2015|Common Questions, SEO|0 Comments

With over 10,000 websites being launched daily on the Internet if a business is not taking SEO or Search Engine Optimization into consideration their Internet presence can end up behind the eight ball within their local marketplace pretty quickly regardless of their niche or business in most situations.

Now with the […]

1212, 2014

3 Reasons Why You Should Include Videos

By |December 12th, 2014|Content Marketing, Social Media|0 Comments

In todays marketplace with technology changing faster than you can turn your head. Companies must be able to adapt in order to remaining competitive and to keep a competitive edge within in the local marketplace and national markets.

For this reason we are discussing one of the ways that we have […]

1711, 2014

What is the Google Pirate Update?

By |November 17th, 2014|SEO|0 Comments

The Pirate Update is a Google Algorithm Update aimed and targeted to protecting our copyrighted materials from being pirated by unauthorized individuals on the web.

Like all updates from Google this update will help and protect us from irrelevant information, non-useful materials, duplicate content, and from plagiarism upon their search engine.

However […]

611, 2014

Make Content Unique to Get More Traffic..

By |November 6th, 2014|Content Marketing, Social Media|0 Comments

Now Days Google like all search engines is analyzing our content not just for keywords but also for meat upon the subject matter.

This can be gauged on the different keywords, the amount of words, artwork, videos, and the tone that we utilized in our content that relates to our subject […]

311, 2014

Google Testing Smartphone Compatibility

By |November 3rd, 2014|SEO|0 Comments

If you been delaying on upgrading your website design to make it more mobile friendly due to cost or convenience please use caution.

Because on Sept 30, 2014 per Search Engine Land – Google begun a big test across all smart phone platforms to test mobile friendly icons to see it […]

3110, 2014

4 Ways to Generate Keywords

By |October 31st, 2014|Content Marketing|0 Comments

Below are 4 techniques that we utilize to generate keywords for content. These techniques can be used for any form of content or inbound marketing and should be considered when you are thinking of your target market that you are looking to reach.

Google Keyword Planner – This is a free […]

2110, 2014

Panda 3.0 Update

By |October 21st, 2014|SEO|0 Comments

As of Friday Search Engine Land confirmed from Google that another Penguin 3.0 Update went into effect, which now will be the 6th update.

This update is going to target spam driven websites, especially those who have been violating Google guidelines and ethics about links.

The folks who have been previously penalized […]

508, 2014

Most Common SEO Mistake

By |August 5th, 2014|SEO|0 Comments

Matt Cutts from Google Department of Web Spam answer the question “The Most Common SEO Mistake” in this short video that was posted on Google Webmaster YouTube Channel on June 4, 2014.

Quick Video Summary:

The Most Common SEO Mistake is NOT HAVING A WEBSITE. If you do not have website then […]