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Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update

Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update

Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update was last modified: May 5th, 2015 by Aaron Weiss
Google rarely announces updates to their algorithm head of a change. Usually they announce it afterwards or not at all, leaving SEO experts either praising or shaking their fists at the search giant’s updates. However, Google has announced that on April 21st, 2015...

Knowledge-Based Trust In Search Rankings

Knowledge-Based Trust In Search Rankings was last modified: March 13th, 2015 by Aaron Weiss
Slashdot has recently reported that Google has tapped a Cornell research team’s paper to re-develop Google’s algorithm that considers the amount of incorrect facts on a given page as a measure of trustworthiness called knowledge-based trust. Pages with a higher amount...

Celebrating 5 Years of Educating Students in the Ways of Internet Marketing and #SEO

Celebrating 5 Years of Educating Students in the Ways of Internet Marketing and #SEO was last modified: June 26th, 2015 by Steve Scott
Hard to believe that 5 years ago this month I began training students on the best tips, tactics and techniques for achieving top ranking in the search engines. Since then hundreds of students have come through my class room and have gone on to great success for their...

Facebook Group or Fan Page? How to choose.

Facebook Group or Fan Page? How to choose. was last modified: June 11th, 2010 by Steve Scott
I’m often asked in my SEO Training classes and in face to face meetings if it’s better to have a Facebook Group, Facebook Fan Page or both.  Here’s a good, short & sweet article from Search Engine Journal that helps put things into perspective....

Google Retires Web Alerts, Replaces With ‘Everything’ Option

Google Retires Web Alerts, Replaces With ‘Everything’ Option was last modified: June 11th, 2010 by Steve Scott
If you’re a fan of Google Alerts like I am, you’ll be saddened to learn that it might be disappearing soon.  Here’s some info about it’s potential demise. Google Retires Web Alerts, Replaces With ‘Everything’ Option. Steve Scott Steve Scott is...