November 25, 2013

Where have all the keywords gone?

by Guest

Now that Google has killed the Google Keyword Tool, what are some of the best alternatives? Bing Webmaster Toolbox, Ubersuggest, Wordpot and SEO Book Keyword Tool should be in your analytics arsenal. Continue reading

November 12, 2013

Google Hummingbird tries to remove the masks

by Chris Abraham

Google’s Hummingbird attempts to tear the mask from hucksters, hustlers, spammers, charismatic leaders, and demagogues. With Google’s latest algorithm update, Google aspires to become a professional matchmaker, doing the background check, the profile due diligence, the assurance of compatibility required to make sure that you don’t waste your time. Continue reading

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November 6, 2013

Google demands your papers with Hummingbird

by Chris Abraham

Stay up to speed with changes to the world’s top search engine algorithm This is the first of a two-part series on Google Hummingbird. Also see: • Google Hummingbird tries to remove the masks Target audience: Marketing professionals, SEO specialists, PR pros, brand managers, businesses, educators, Web publishers, journalists. Why is Google being such a hard-ass? Why are they cinching … Continue reading

Category: Search, SEO
October 23, 2013

Burnish your brand’s reputation, don’t ‘manage’ it

by Chris Abraham

Reputation management is not about dressing up mistakes. Here’s how to burnish your brand’s reputation rather than manage it. Continue reading

October 16, 2013

What goes into Google’s search rankings recipe?

by Guest

Moz conducted a survey of professional SEOs and a large correlation study to determine what goes into Google’s search engine rankings. Here are the results of that study, showing that links and keywords are still the top factors involved. Continue reading

September 26, 2013

7 strategies for succeeding in the new Google Search

by Chris Abraham

Showing up high in Google search results requires a new content and marketing strategy. Here are 7 strategies for succeeding in the new Google Search: Be newsworthy, interesting, social, better, funny, compelling and committed. Continue reading