How To Speed Up Your Site For SEO

Search engines like Google use many thousands of different signals to determine which websites rank highest for each keyword. There are many ways to get your website to rank higher. For example, it’s common for search engine optimization specialists to focus on optimization tactics like building high quality links, or making sure the right keyword…

Are TLDs Really Relevant for SEO?

Are you still wondering what domain extension to choose for your new blog or your new project? Registrars tend to stress the benefits of a certain TLD over another in terms of SEO, but should you listen to that advice? Actually, NO. There are plenty of myths around the role of TLDs and domain names…

Does Guest Blogging Help With SEO Rankings?

I know, I know— controversial topic after Matt Cutt’s blog post shunning guest blogging for SEO in 2014. Even more controversial after the mass penalty on MyBlogGuest.com and the “all nofollow” reaction from eConsultancy that followed. Guest blogging really seems like a gray area to find your marketing and link building efforts in right now.…

Remove Negative Feedback from Organic Search Engine Results

There are many reasons that you may want to manage your online reputation. What do we mean by online reputation? Since the internet has become interactive, meaning customers can interact with website owners; you must be weary of negative feedback and do everything in your power to manage your reputation on the organic search engine…

Achieving Top Search Rankings in Microsoft New Decision Engine Bing DEO / SEO

Can Microsoft compete with the search engine giant, Google? It may have looked doubtful before when looking at Microsoft’s Live Search, but things are looking good with the new release of Bing, Microsoft’s new search engine, aka “decision engine”. It was released on June 3, 2009 and has an extensive marketing campaign in place, estimated…

Search Engines and Customized Results Based on Your Internet History

As more and more people begin to use and understand the internet, marketers want learn and understand how people use and navigate through websites. The search engines in particular, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing all attempt to track your website history. The search engines say it is to improve the search results, but really…