In the ever-evolving world of search engine optimization or SEO, it’s common to hear about new techniques. Some of these practices, however, don’t work as well as businesses would hope, while others are practices that businesses should adapt right away. For the latter, a perfect example is creating a mobile responsive website.
Many online businesses bank on using search engine optimization (SEO) to help them achieve higher visibility. As Andrew Moran notes in his November 16, 2014 article for Digital Journal, the New Year may have some things worth preparing for on that front.
Here’s one more reason not to turn a blind eye on mobile web marketing. During the recently concluded Search Marketing Expo East in New York, Google hinted about a move to add mobile user experience (UX) to the algorithm. To put it simply, this puts sites with operational mobile versions at a good position. So […]
The foundation of all search engine optimization is the use of keywords. The right keywords can drive your company’s website ranks higher on any search engine results pages. As SEO involves complex strategies that you have little time for as a business owner, it’s smarter to consult with a professional Baton Rouge SEO service, such […]
As cute as pandas are, they can sometimes be downright terrifying. We’re talking, of course, about the Panda algorithm updates conducted by Google. According to a report from The Search Engine Journal, Google has recently updated the Panda algorithm yet again:
Google claims that social media signals do not affect search ranking, but numerous case studies such as those by Shrushti.com and Moz.com have proven otherwise. Thanks to algorithm updates like Hummingbird, quality content is given precedence over spammy ones—and retweets, likes and shares are pointing people towards worthwhile articles and videos.