At one time, ranking on the search engines was relatively easy. Throw some (too many to count) keywords into your Meta data, stuff your website…
Free and cheap doesn’t usually get the job done correctly or completely. Sure, a free trial of new software is a great way to test out something new, but when you’re building a new website and you decide to go the cheapest route possible, you’re bound to run into some serious SEO limitations.
The following questions will give you an idea of whether or not you’ve been practicing black hat SEO, and if so, what you need to do to get rid of it.
In the world of search engine optimization (SEO), things can get tricky quickly, even for someone who’s been working in the industry for more than two years. And this is no different for 301 and canonical redirects. While many think these function in the same way, they’re actually used for completely different purposes.
Should you invest the time and money into fixing an existing site’s SEO, or should you start over with a new domain? Let’s review the pros and cons of each to see what’s a better fit for your business.
Search engine optimization costs that much?! How can that be right? Am I being ripped off? And how do I even know what a fair…
During the last two weeks of #MSHUnderReview, we reviewed the basics of calls-to-action and landing pages. This week we’re going to continue with conversions.
For years, SEO professionals have warned against duplicate content.
Phrases like, “Just don’t do it”, “Make sure every page’s content is unique”, “You don’t want to be penalized for duplicate content” have been heard ‘round the world.
I could go on and on asking questions about your website to determine some of the reasons your visitors may be bouncing off after visiting just one page, I won’t. Instead, I will provide you with three super easy ways to decrease your website’s bounce rate…
In the world of keyword searching there are two basic types: a head term and a long-tail phrase. The head term is a broad category, like used books for example, while the long-tail phrase is a more detailed search, like selling used books.