Category Archives: SEO

Alex portraitGoogle Update Limits Organic Search Results, Stresses Diverse Internet Marketing Plan

Last week, Google made yet another update to their search results page and now four AdWords ads are appearing at the top of the search results. In addition, the right-hand sidebar has been removed.


Adrienne portraitAttorney vs. Lawyer: Is One Term More Dominant Than the Other in the World of SEO?

Google Trends shows that the term “lawyer” was searched for 74,000 times per month, while “attorney” was searched for only 60,500 times per month.


Pete Boyd portraitBig Ideas for Website Design, Content and Internet Marketing

It’s always fun to look forward and anticipate the big ideas of the next few months. It can be easy to tell when a style is emerging, but sometimes you have to take a leap of faith and go with your gut.


David portraitAdding Your Phone Number to Your Website? Do it Correctly!

Many webmasters don’t realize there is a right and wrong way to add your phone number to your website. Google and other search engines look for consistency when it comes to your website and any local citations that you have…


What is a Title Tag and Meta Description?

One of the most common questions the content team is asked is, “What is a title tag and meta description?” It is usually followed with, “Why are these on my page of content and where will they show up on my website?”


David portraitHit by Google Penguin? Unfortunately, You’ll Have to Wait to Recover

Unfortunately, if you’ve started working on a back link cleanup after October 17, 2014 (Penguin 3.0) then you are at the mercy of the next Penguin algorithm refresh, or at least until the Penguin algorithm begins to work in real-time.


Alex portraitWhat SEO Campaigns and Your Gym Membership Have in Common

Everyone knows that a gym membership is a necessary evil if you want to lose weight and stay healthy. Something everyone might not know, but what every marketer understands, is that staying involved in your internet marketing campaign is a necessary evil to produce the best possible results.


David portraitOur Favorite Blogs for Internet Marketing Strategies

Internet marketing is a continuously evolving industry and new techniques and best practices are always coming to the forefront. Check out our list of links that we find to be extraordinarily helpful in staying up to date with the latest trends.


David portrait“This site may be hacked” Message Appearing? MailChimp URL Could Be the Cause

Recently, our client’s website was assigned the message “This site may be hacked” by Google within the search engine results page. We went through all of the necessary steps to ensure the website was not hacked and didn’t contain any malicious code.


Ashley portraitThe New Google Map Pack? We’d Like to Appeal

Many of our clients pride themselves on the fact that they are in the local map pack on Google. However, Google has just updated their local pack and have condensed these results from seven down to three.


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