Posted January 05, 2018 | By Lydia Chiu, Partner | Filed under: SEO
For years, SSL has been a ranking-factor for the Google algorithm. In July, they will take it one step further by showing sites as "non-secure" if they are not being served on SSL. Why does this matter to me?
Posted November 18, 2013 | By Kenneth King, Creative Director | Filed under: SEO
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Posted November 15, 2013 | By Lydia Chiu, Partner | Filed under: SEO
You’ve spent a lot of time and money getting a website launched, but unfortunately unlike baseball fields, if you build it, they won’t necessarily come. What do you need to do to get better results? Let's take a look.
For any size business, your website can be one of your most valuable assets and great marketing tools. You need to nurture your website and analyze user data so that you can make an informed decision on how to best serve your customers.
Yelp is an online rating and review service that helps people connect with great local businesses. A number of good reviews on Yelp will encourage potential customers to contact you directly, and can also help significantly with Google search results as well.
“It’s word of mouth – amplified!”
Is Facebook reaching "middle age"? "Sharing" on Facebook takes a more measured turn
Will Google Plus really live up to the hype?
Posted January 24, 2011 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: SEO
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Posted April 15, 2010 | By Hilary Smith, Customer Support Manager | Filed under: SEO
So you use Google's "time honored" (that's about 10 years in the world of the internet) search engine every day. But maybe you don't know how to get the most out of it. Simon Mackie of Gigaom, has a "Top 10" list of parameters one can use to get a better result when searching the web using Google.
The New York Times has more real world examples of how Facebook has helped small businesses, and encourages small business owners looking for inexpensive ways to market themselves, to take a look at the power of Facebook.
Still trying to figure out how exactly the BidSimulator Google launched last month for Ad Words, can help you bid more efficiently? Google has released a tutorial that might help you.
"What's the big deal" about the new Google Insights? Google Insights for Search is like taking a peak into the demand of something, instead of the supply.
Has the "tipping point" finally been reached for online ad revenue?
While the web is certainly ubiquitous, and seemingly fertile ground for advertising revenue, it is also well known that more traditional businesses (newspapers, magazines, television), for which ad revenue has been their life-blood, have had a hard time converting high returns for online ads, because they just haven't had the monopolies on viewership to justify the rates. Now perhaps that trend is turning the corner? According to recent reports, television media companies are reporting for the first time, that based on viewership, they will begin charging more for online ad rates than for prime-time tv advertising spots.
For those businesses who have pages on Facebook, and want to lock-in their vanity URL, in order to make sure that potential customers or partners can find them, the basic requirement is that it must have at least 1,000 fans to even attempt to lock in the name. According to All Facebook, one way around this is to apply to reserve a username, but the catch is that the business name has to have a trademark.
Have a smart ad for a product that you think has hit the super bowl sweet spot for advertising: popular ad, leading to buzz about your product? Under a new advertising regime, instead of paying billions for a spot on the Super Bowl, you could pay less to have it display on the web, if your ad becomes popular and users vote for it. Harbinger of a new way of charging for ad space on the internet? Certainly all kinds of content providers are hoping for some revolutionary thought. Too soon to tell if this will pan out, and it's only being tested on Digg.com. But if successful, it may become a standard. Good to check it out.