seo

  • How You Can Survive the Google (not provided) Keyword Blackout (Part 2 of 2)

    In his previous post, Mark McLaren provided a thorough overview of the (not provided) keyword blackout and his thoughts on how the SEO industry will survive. Today he reviews the key steps you should follow to survive yourself. How to Deal with (not provided) Strengthen your brand A solid, well-recognized brand is a huge advantage. It contributes in a big way to user experience, and it increases the odds that users will click on listings in search results – organic or paid. Google puts confidence ...

    Posted at October 28, 2013 | By : | Categories : Search Optimization | 0 Comment
  • Will Search Engine Optimization Survive the Google (not provided) Keyword Blackout? (Part 1 of 2)

    Mark McLaren is Senior Search Marketing Strategist at Analytics Pros. In this two-part series he unpacks the Google (not provided) keyword blackout and gives advice on how to keep your SEO efforts afloat. Search engine giant Google is now blocking 100% of the organic keyword ...

    Posted at October 23, 2013 | By : | Categories : Search Optimization | 0 Comment
  • Pitfalls of Launching a Redesigned Site

    Redesigning and launching a new website is an exciting and stressful time. It can be a big undertaking to coordinate all of the moving parts to come together at a single day and time. To help ease the stress, we’ve compiled some common launch, design and SEO pitfalls that are often encountered, as well as tips to overcome these. Launching Imperfection First of all, expecting a site to be 100% complete on time is a bold expectation. It is always best to design and build the site in a development (or staging) environment first, and then transfer the files to the ...

    Posted at January 13, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog,Google Analytics | 2 Comments
  • GoogleBot Gets Smarter: Crawling AJAX Comments

    For years, Google has not crawled a significant part of websites and blogs: the comments.  There were two reasons for this: Regarding #1, Panda updates have done a great job in removing spam sites with bad comments.  Also, most websites have now established a platform and ...

    Posted at November 17, 2011 | By : | Categories : Search Optimization | 0 Comment