Contact Us Today

Our Blog

Blog Category: SEO

3 Ways of Dealing With Unresponsive SEO Clients

It’s bound to happen eventually. We’re all busy people, and clients are no exception. With everything that goes into the day-to-day operations of running a company, sometimes communication is less immediate than we’d like. Whether you’re collaborating with them to create new ideas, or they need to add funds to their account to comply with […]

Blog Category: Organic SEO | Search Engine Optimization | SEO | SEO Blogs | Comments Off on 3 Ways of Dealing With Unresponsive SEO Clients

Read More


Google Pays Big to Remain Safari’s Default Search Engine

It’s no secret that search engine giant Google pays Apple to be used as the default search engine in Safari – the default internet browser on all iOS devices – but at what cost? Neither party has ever spoken directly on the subject, but financial experts at Goldman Sachs believe the number to be in […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on Google Pays Big to Remain Safari’s Default Search Engine

Read More


The Story of DuckDuckGo’s Explosive Growth

In the world of search engines, Google remains king. One privacy-focused search engine however, has been making great strides in recent years. DuckDuckGo is known for their dedication to consumer privacy, allowing users to avoid personalized search results and keep their data secure from advertisers. A tweet from the company states that they’ve reached a […]

Blog Category: Organic SEO | Comments Off on The Story of DuckDuckGo’s Explosive Growth

Read More


The Most Important YouTube SEO Tip

As far as success and innovation goes, it takes a lot to be impressed by something when compared to the standard that Google has set. That said, their YouTube recommendation engine is one of the most significant innovations they’ve created. Over 70% of all watch time on YouTube stems from the recommendation engine. We’ve all […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on The Most Important YouTube SEO Tip

Read More


Google’s Expandable Snippets: What You Need to Know

Google recently announced a new form of featured snippets designed to show users more useful aspects of the topic they search for. When you search a query that includes this new format, a handful of expandable snippets below the featured snippet will offer more pertinent information. For example, if you search for [gas vs. electric […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on Google’s Expandable Snippets: What You Need to Know

Read More


3 Local SEO Myths – Busted

No matter how the industry evolves, there are certain local SEO myths that just don’t seem to die. Here are the top five misconceptions we hear about local SEO practices, and why they are flat-out wrong. Myth 1: Suite numbers for ranking This myth has been rolling around for years, and it’s amazing that it […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on 3 Local SEO Myths – Busted

Read More


The Google Speed Update

Google announced a new ranking algorithm in July designed for mobile search. Called the “Speed Update,” it will only impact a small percentage of queries – the ones that deliver the slowest experience to users. Google recommends using the new updated PageSpeed report or other tools like LightHouse to measure your page’s current speed and […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on The Google Speed Update

Read More


Beginning in July 2018, Google’s Chrome will Mark Non-HTTPS Sites as Not Secure

July was a big month for Google. They announced a Speed Update ranking algorithm for mobile sites, and they also announced that all sites that have not migrated to HTTPS will be marked as “not secure” in the address bar. This update coincides with the release of Chrome 68, and is easily recognizable to the […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on Beginning in July 2018, Google’s Chrome will Mark Non-HTTPS Sites as Not Secure

Read More


Why Link Building is No Longer Relevant for SEO

When Google was first released, there were simple tricks you could use to get to the top of the rankings in the blink of an eye. The key to almost all of these quick methods for ranking on Google involved some form of link building. Years ago, you could buy up a bunch of different domains […]

Blog Category: SEO | Comments Off on Why Link Building is No Longer Relevant for SEO

Read More


Clarifications to Google’s Mobile-First Indexing

There has been some confusion as Google begins rolling out their mobile-first indexing to an increasing number of sites, and as the search giant has seen the confusion within the industry, they have clarified a number of different points via Twitter. URLs with mobile-first indexing If you utilize different URLs for your mobile site as […]

Blog Category: SEO Mobile Search | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Clarifications to Google’s Mobile-First Indexing

Read More