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Month: July 2012

Google Webmasters Tools Warnings: Don’t Panic but Don’t Ignore

Last Month, Bing launched its Link Disavow Program which allows webmasters to choose links that they want to ignore. This program is designed to help people fix poor SEO practices/ choices that they may have made in the past. When we last explored this idea we wondered how Google would react. At the moment Bing …

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SEO vs SEM

This blog will discuss the correlation, and the differences between search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM). Both practices, if done correctly, will increase your rankings in search engines, like Google and Bing. SEM is referred to as gaining traffic on search engines by buying ads. Often times, the paid ads on a …

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How much content do you need for service area or additional location pages?

Yesterday, in an interview with Matt Cutts, Eric Enge of Stone Template was able to discover what kind of content and how much content should be on a service area page or a page for an additional location. An example of this would be a gym that has multiple locations Matt Cutts noted that: “It …

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Bing Launches New Way to “Disavow” Links to your Website

In the wake of Penguin, many webmasters were searching for a way to recover from the damage of spammy links back to their site. Previously, we explored some of the hardships people faced from both Google Penguin and Panda updates. Google has taken steps to help webmasters recover from Penguin updates by reporting through webmasters …

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