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 they will be:
“expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. […]
I’ve spoken about Google’s Knowledge Graph previously, but only compared to their proposed Knowledge Vault. Since Yoast’s WordPress SEO 2.0 was released with additional settings to encourage the use of the Knowledge Graph, and with the recent discussions of a Knowledge Vault, I thought I’d take a closer look at the Knowledge Graph and how […]
Yoast’s WordPress SEO 2.0 has been released with a new feature and a more streamlined menu. I had a feeling this would happen just a week or two after my Tampa SEO Meetup about Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin. J
First, you’ll notice that the Yoast administration menu on the dashboard is much simpler. […]
For several months we had one of our eCommerce clients start a social media campaign, focusing on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest. Our client was very skeptical of these services and social media in general, but after a year of courting the idea, they finally gave us the green light. This campaign began at […]
Every third Thursday of the month, we host a Tampa SEO meetup at Peabody’s in New Tampa.
For March, we discussed the differences between categories and tags, as well as how to optimize them for the best SEO visibility. We’ve included many WordPress-specific examples and tricks, but categories and tags are used on many content management systems.