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05 Jan Google, SEO | Comments

Optimize your Website: Ditch the World Wide Wait

In the not so distant past, web designers happily went about their business building websites and, as long as the pages loaded within the golden two seconds, they were as happy as a seven-year-old finding a furby under the tree on Christmas morning. Fast-forward just a few years and, according to Microsoft, that magical number […]


13 Dec Google, SEO | Comments

The 3 Types of Search Queries & How You Should Target Them

The 3 Types of Search Queries & How You Should Target Them   The 3 Types of Search Queries & How You Should Target Them[/caption]   Search queries – the words and phrases that people type into a search box in order to pull up a list of results – come in different flavors. It […]


04 Dec Google, Mobile | Comments

Google Adds Interactive Places “Carousel” to iPad Search Results

Google has just launched an update for iPad users that makes places searches more “interactive.” Mainly, Google has added a new scrolling results bar that when clicked, displays expandable place cards for whatever location you’re interested in – restaurants, bars, shops, and more. “Starting today, English-speaking iPad users in the U.S. will see a new, […]


Google’s Matt Cutts Talks Paid Links – Finally!

Don’t even act like you haven’t thought about it. I’ll go ahead and put this out there: I have. Thought about it, I mean. Yup, we’re talking about paid links. Many a webmaster’s dirty little income secret. Paid links are also the tried-and-true shortcut for online advertisers with deep pockets who are looking to rank […]


Is Bing Right About People Getting “Scroogled” By Google?

This week, Bing launched an attack campaign against Google, called “Don’t Get Scroogled“. It’s a dig at Google Shopping, the product of Google’s recent transition from the free-to-list product search offering to a paid inclusion, ad-based Google Shopping model. Bing insists “Scroogled” is about Scrooge, rather than implying that people are getting “screwed by Google,” […]