Tag: google

7 Easy Ways to Give Your Local Business Website an Edge Online

7 Easy Ways to Give Your Local Business Website an Edge Online

According to a Local Consumer Review Survey, there was an 8 percent increase in the number of people who searched for a business online in 2014. That means more and more people are looking to the Web to find things...

/ June 10, 2015

25 Cool Google Search Tricks You Didn’t Know

Use these tips to enhance your Google searches and save time browsing a long list of possible sites. 1. Need a quick answer to a question? Certain requests are automated to your region, such as the weather, and general searches...

/ May 28, 2014

A Brave New World: Online Marketing Post-Hummingbird

I know, Hummingbird went into effect months ago. However, many bloggers, businesses, and marketers continue to play by the rules of the wrong game today. With Hummingbird came some big changes for SEO and content marketing. Luckily, though, Google is...

/ February 6, 2014

How to Optimize for Carousel – Google’s New Local Search

As a quite spectacular change in the way local results appear, the new Carousel has added further dynamism into local search queries and completely replaced the old  local/7-Pack/maps type of results we were familiar with. Google is well-known for consistently improving...

/ December 17, 2013

SEO in 2014: Be Ready for the New Year

As 2013 comes to a close, questions abound regarding what SEO will be like in 2014. Although nothing is for certain, there are a few challenges looming on the horizon that you should be ready for. Keep reading to get...

/ December 9, 2013

Geek Masquerades as James Bond: Wearable Tech Today

Finally, James Bond gear. Yeah, we can all be good-guy spies fighting terrorists or exposing the other nation’s spy ring in America. Or Britain if you fancy serving the Queen like the original James Bond. Anyway, whatever your reasons are...

/ October 3, 2013

Top WordPress Plugins for Affiliate Marketers

In the world of blogging and content management, it is no secret that WordPress is king. What started humbly as a small blogging system in 2003 has since grown by leaps and bounds to be one of the biggest self-hosted...

/ September 5, 2013