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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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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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Search Engine Optimization Company

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Everyone knows having search engine visibility for a site is crucial. From mom and pop shops to  large retailers like Overstock and Blue Nile, everyone uses SEO companies. However, not all search engine optimization companies are the same. Which Search Engine Optimization Companies You Should NOT Hire To help you with your selection process, let […]

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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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Good SEO Means Never Having to Hide Anything – Especially Keywords

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Good SEO Means Never Having to Hide Anything – Especially Keywords  Google’s John Mueller went to the boards today to point out to a complaining webmaster that initially thought his site had lost search rankings due to a robots.txt shift, to let him know that it was in fact the webmaster’s keyword stuffing, which went […]

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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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Google Had Experimented with No Linkage Data

Google Had Experimented with No Linkage Data Many in the SEO community had often wondered what would happen to SERPs if Google were to one day get rid of linkage data. In other words, what would happen if all the backlinks SEO companies get you were to be discounted by Google. Will spam disappear? Will […]

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Significant Shifts in Google Algorithm

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Significant Shifts in Google’s Algorithm Thus Far in February for Those with Poor Backlinks  As many of you undoubtedly noticed, there were pretty wild swings in Google rankings that started this month. The ones who have been doing white-hat SEO should have noticed no change at all. However, those that had purchased links from various […]

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