Posts Tagged ‘seo’

Google Buzz – How Will it Affect Local SEO?

Everyone’s buzzing about the new social media launch from Google dubbed “Google Buzz.” While millions of people are checking out the great new features it brings and new worlds of communication it has literally just opened up, all of us in the search engine optimization profession are asking, “How…

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Google Instant – Implications For SEO & Internet Marketing

While reading Harry McCracken’s rather insightful article on Google Instant in PCWorld, I was reminded once again, how narrowly focused my own thinking has become in regards to Google. I keep forgetting, not everyone is into SEO or Internet Marketing (lucky dogs), and that Google search has a function…

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Google CEO Eric Schmidt on Privacy, Outhouses & Proprietary Algorithms

The sensitivity of search string data is suddenly on everyone’s mind due to news of the AOL data leak on a research site this week. Search Engine Watch editor Danny Sullivan is set to interview Google CEO Eric Schmidt in the premier event of the Search Engine Strategies show…

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SEO With Google Sitemaps

googleWhat is a Google Sitemap?

A Google Sitemap is a very simple XML document that lists all the pages in your website, but the Google Sitemaps program is actually much more important than that. In fact, the Sitemaps program provides a little peek inside Google’s mind – and it can…

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SEO – Google Sitemaps Explained

googleOnce again I seem to be writing about Google. The reason Google keeps cropping up in these articles is that:

Google is a innovative company always coming up with new ideas to keep one step ahead of the competition.
Search Engines are the most important way that most webses generate…

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