Category Archives: Search Engine Optimization

Google’s Mobile Search Algorithm May Have a Larger Impact Than Penguin & Panda Combined!

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Google’s Panda algorithm impacted about 12% of search queries. While Google’s Penguin algorithm effected about 4% of search queries. Enter Google’s pending mobile search algorithm (yet to be named), which may surpass both Panda and Penguin combined! Why? Because a large number of websites are still not mobile friendly. Meaning they look the same on […]

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Search Engine Optimization for 2015

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So much has changed since we at RegisterEverywhere.com started doing SEO in late 1994. Meta tags were a big deal then. Nowadays they play a trivial role, and Google completely ignores the keyword portion of meta tags. Here is what you need to know to deploy a successful SEO campaign in 2015: Avoid using forums for […]

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How to Impress Googlebot When What Your Site Offers Isn’t Revolutionary

You have probably heard it a hundred times. Your website has to offer something so compelling that it gets other people sharing it, bookmarking it, revisiting it over-and-over again for it to rank well on Google. Well, what if you are like the majority of site owners and what you offer is plain vanilla? There […]

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How Google’s Pigeon Algorithm Update May Impact Your Site’s Search Engine Rankings

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If you own a site, or you do a lot of “near me” searches like  “Starbucks near me,”  you may have noticed a slight change in the rankings. Google recently confirmed that they have made an update to their Pigeon algorithm in order to provide searchers a more relevant local search result. As usual, Google […]

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What to Unlearn About SEO from 10 Years Ago

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What to Unlearn About SEO from 10 Years Ago  If you have been trying to get your site ranked higher on search engines, particularly on Google, you know that 10 years ago, it was a much easier undertaking to do so than it is today. Here are some things you should unlearn from 10 years […]

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How to Get Google to Trust Your Site

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One of the most hotly debated issues in the SEO community is what matters more; good content or good backlinks. At RegisterEverywhere.com we have long proven it is a combination of both + trust. This article isn’t going to cover good content or good backlinks; rather it is going to focus on the trust factor. […]

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How to Revamp a Website without Losing SEO Benefits

Lots of people who had their site developed over a decade ago are wrestling with the decision of having to re-design their websites. The root of their struggle usually has to do with their loss of search engine rankings. On one hand they know their site look terrible on mobile phones and tablets; on the […]

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73% Lose Trust in Brands Due to Inaccurate Local Business Listings

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73% Lose Trust in Brands Due to Inaccurate Local Business Listings  Many SEO companies sold blackhat local listing services to their clients and now their clients are paying a price for it. A new survey by Placeable finds that 73% of consumers lose trust in a brand when the address listed under local business listings […]

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Google’s John Mueller Says Most Web 2.0 Links Get Ignored

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Google’s John Mueller Says Most Web 2.0 Links Get Ignored  If you have hired an SEO company that pitched you on an idea of getting backlinks from Web 2.0 sites like Pinterest, YouTube and others, you hopefully didn’t burn your money on such SEO gimmicks, as John Mueller of Google specifically stated today on Google’s […]

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Patent Granted to Google’s Hummingbird Algorithm on SERPs Ranking

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Patent Granted To Google’s Hummingbird Algorithm on SERPs Ranking On 03/05/14 the USPTO submitted a patent issue notification to Google.  Just a bit about patents – independent claims are the most important elements of the all claims made in any given patent. Usually independent claim 1 will make the novel claim, and there will be […]

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