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How do you know what to blog about for your clients? It can be hard to come up with consistently interesting and new content, but with these five tips, you’ll

Former SEO Tactics for Google that Don’t Work Anymore

If you have noticed that your website traffic is slowing or even dropping, you may be using some  SEO tactics that no longer work. Because Google’s algorithms change every year,

Seven Questions to Ask Before Hiring an SEO Firm

One of the best ways to get more visitors to your blog or website is to use search engine optimization (SEO). When you choose specific keywords and insert them into

Google Defends It’s Shopping Changes – Stock Holders Notice Bigger Picture

I have always believed that Google can do what it wants to do. If people don’t like the Google changes they are free to move to another search engine and arguably

Google’s Disavow and reconsideration tools have been around long enough now that the recent news from Google’s official Webmaster blog this week seems almost overdue. But, atlas this week Google announced

Is Corrupt Analytics Data Compromising the Health of your Site?

As humans, we’re encouraged to eat well, exercise and get plenty of sleep to stay in top working order mentally, emotionally and physically. When any of these things takes a

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