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In 2012, Google was one of the first major companies to promote the benefits of responsive website design. At the same time, they warned webmasters that they would be looking at the mobile-readiness of a website as part of their ranking algorithm. Then... silence... until now.
It took them two…Continue
Added by Paul Accinno on February 10, 2015 at 6:23am — No Comments
When businesses ponder how to increase their presence on search engines, they typically turn to SEO strategies. Content marketing has always been a large part of any SEO strategy. It’s a given that the more fresh, relevant and unique content you produce, the better chance your online properties will have of showing in…Continue
Added by Brian Cox on October 27, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
Our Paid Search team just forwarded this article to me this morning:
It outlines Google's new third-party policy that starts in November 2014. This is a big win for dealers and I'm really glad to see this.
Added by Carl Maeda on October 15, 2014 at 10:50am — No Comments
Web developers started touting the benefits of the responsive website content since the dawn of smartphones, but it was more for functionality rather than increased visibility. It wasn't until 2011 and 2012 when large companies like Google started promoting the concept that the SEO world opened their eyes…Continue
Added by Paul Accinno on September 11, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments
We see posts on all over Twitter about the growth in mobile use and web traffic. Ironically, most are coming from people using a desktop.
So, as we always do, we decided to gather the data, set up the experiment and test…Continue
Want to know if your current SEO provider is following SEO best practices? Trying to figure out if your website needs SEO in the first place?
You don’t have to be an SEO expert to tell whether your site is following SEO best practices. I have put together steps for auditing the four main concerns of SEO, and the questions to ask yourself in the process. Your answers to these questions should give you a clear idea of where your website stands, and whether you need help with…Continue
In a recent announcement by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, it was revealed that Yahoo will soon stop allowing its users to login using their Facebook or Google credentials. This move is an effort by Yahoo to better control its…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on April 8, 2014 at 10:36am — No Comments
The purpose of this event was to streamline the automotive buying process for consumers. Technology and shopping portals are increasingly…Continue
Consumers today are increasingly becoming finicky about where and how they want to communicate. While the past may have seen a traditional print ad performing well on its own, that’s increasingly not the case. Data supports the fact that consumers are all over the place and successful marketers know that their message…Continue
Added by Scott T. Joseph on March 26, 2014 at 7:22am — No Comments
Just went to http://www.google.com/cars/ and was greeted with this:Continue
Added by Matt Tucker on February 13, 2014 at 10:55am — No Comments
Today's post is less about educating, and more about being a digital marketing public service announcement. You need to log in to your Google Places account and make sure everything is up do date and submitted to Google.…Continue
Google is always changing, we say that darn near every day on this blog. The thing is, usually those changes are so small, or so buried on the backend of the whole shebang that the world at large doesn’t notice. It’s not often they bust out the big, forward facing guns (the carousel being the last example I can think of offhand) but when they…Continue
LotLinx Data Indicates That Car Dealers Need to Re-think Where They Target Paid Search Advertising Traffic and What They Spend
New Orleans, LA, – January 25, 2014 – LotLinx, developers of the auto industry’s first deep- linking inventory serving platform, today released key…Continue
What seemed at first to be merely a bad SEO practice, now seems to…Continue
You've been buying advertising across multiple channels and techniques for years and you’re doing it with three hopes in mind:
Efficiency has always been the problem with attaining the best return on investment (ROI) possible.…Continue
Added by Britt Hoffmann on January 13, 2014 at 10:11am — No Comments
All of us in the SEO industry have always had the feeling that Matt Cutts took offense to spam on a personal level. Sure, he always comes across as a cool and level headed sort of guy, but you just know that deep down in…Continue
Google’s Impact on Automotive's Search Is Going To Change Drastically
Will You Prepare or Play Catch Up? (Part 1)…Continue
It seemed that Google had all but given up on keeping PageRank up to date.
In the past year, it had only been updated a single time, back in February of 2013. Well, the long PageRank drought it now over, because as an early Christmas present, Google has updated PageRank across the web. Let's take a look at how the new PageRank landscape…Continue