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What Are Accelerated Mobile Pages & How Can They Help Boost Search Rankings?

AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages, a Google project designed as an open standard for any publisher or website owner to have pages load rapidly on mobile devices. For many people, reading on the mobile web is a slow, cumbersome, clunky, and sometimes extremely frustrating experience. Google’s AMP Project is designed to improve the mobile experience. […]


SEO Myths That Don’t Work in 2016

SEO – search engine optimization – has changed so much in the past couple of years that many marketers don’t know what’s outdated, what’s still important, what will actually have a positive impact, and what’s just wasted energy. This post will point out common myths and assumptions about how SEO – search engine optimization – […]


3 Steps to Increase Search Traffic with Google’s Next Update

  On April 21st, 2015, Google will roll out an update that makes mobile friendliness a larger part of its algorithm. This is a really big deal. Why? Because Google is saying the mobile update will have a bigger impact than its Panda update. Should you be worried? Yes! Neil Patel’s blog on Quick Sprout gives you 3 steps to […]

Best WordPress Plugins – Search Engine Optimization

WordPress is an incredibly flexible, easy-to-set-up and manage web publishing platform that has been downloaded more than 60 million times since its launch in 2003. As of August 2013, WordPress is used by nearly 19 percent of the top 10 million websites. The content management system’s popularity has spawned thousands – nearly 30,000 in fact […]

How to Fine-Tune Your Existing Website for Better Search Engine Optimization

Search is changing. It is now more personal, more engaging, more interactive and more predictive. Search Engine Results Pages no longer just display 10 blue links — they have become more useful and more visually appealing across all device types. Google’s Hummingbird update in August 2013 brought semantic search to the forefront of these changes. Beginning […]

What Google Hummingbird Means For Your Website

Google Hummingbird is a significant improvement because it lends understanding to the contextual intent and meaning of terms used in a query. Back in August of 2013, Google unveiled its new algorithm for search – Google Hummingbird. Hummingbird allows the Google search engine to better do its job through improvements in semantic search. Semantic search […]

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