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2803, 2014

Get on the Mobile Train. Toot Toot!

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Everyone’s doing it and it’s transforming the way we live, work and play. It’s mobile. Is your company taking all the right measures to ensure your mobile experience is the best for your audience?

It’s no longer the day and age when only adults age 25-35 surf the internet in their free time on a desktop, […]

2703, 2014

Got Google+ Authorship?

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Link your Google+ profile to the content you create.

1. Make sure you have a profile photo with a recognizable headshot and complete your profile. After you’ve completed your Google+ profile, you’ll want to upload a high-quality photo that looks professional. Don’t forget that this picture will show up in the search results!

2. Make sure a […]

2802, 2014

SEO Tips: Overwhelmed By Your Site Audit???

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In digital marketing a lot of success related to a website is based on how well it performs and how well a SERP can crawl each page. Interestingly enough, it is not just about SEO title tags, meta descriptions, keyword density, link building and image alt tags anymore. Obviously content quality, schema.org markups and site […]

1402, 2014

Some PPC Tricks for an ROI Fix

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When you are auditing a large Paid Search campaign, it can seem pretty daunting. There’s so much data available in so many different campaigns and adgroups that it is hard not to get Analysis Paralysis before you even start. If you need some tricks to fix your Paid Search campaign, I’ve come up with a […]

2301, 2014

Knowledge Graph Carousel in Search Results

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Google is always experimenting with ways to improve not only the order of the results but also the best way to maximize the conveyance of the information returned.

Recently they added the Carousel results to the search results on selected searches. What they said was “With a carousel at the top of the results page, you […]

512, 2013

Ads are now labeled as “Ads” in Google Now?

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Ads are now labeled as Ads in Google? What is this test Google is running right now?

These bright yellow labels that are showing up to the left of paid search ads are sparking much debate in the PPC world. Many advertisers believe it will lower their CTR. In Google’s defense, this is a limited test […]

1410, 2013

Will Google be evaluating the use of rel=”author” moving forward? | Insight from an Atlanta Digital Marketing Agency

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Watch this video from Google’s Matt Cutts explaining how Google will be evaluating the use of rel=”author” moving forward.

Authorship, online credibility and informational and contextual quality have an ever growing sense of validity. This seems to be especially true with how it all ties back these days to Google+. It is obvious that Google has […]

1110, 2013

SEO Panel RE: Hummingbird Featuring Jason Crain

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Our very own, Jason Crain, took part in a Spinnakr blog regarding Hummingbird & Encrypted Search! Read the full discussion here:

http://spinnakr.com/blog/brand-marketing/2013/10/spinnakrtalks-5-seo-experts-weigh-in-on-hummingbird-encrypted-search/

1010, 2013

Search Engine Ranking Factors

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Search engine algorithms are constantly changing. It’s important to make sure your website correlates with what the ranking factors are. Moz just released this data after gaining insight into the factors that may help or hurt a website’s visibility. Check out what the 2013 search engine ranking factors are and keep them in mind for […]

2905, 2007

The New Website Penalty

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If you have just built a new website using a new domain name, I have some bad news… You are not going to rank well in Google for competitive keyword phrases for at least a year…maybe two. Google penalizes new websites just for being the new kid on the block.

That said, we did […]