How to stop worrying about Google updates

How to stop worrying about Google updates

June 7, 2017 0

As SEOs, we tend to obsess over changes to the organic results. It usually works like this: You get to your computer in the morning. Ready to start work, you take a quick look at Facebook to check what you have missed. You run across someone asking if anyone saw changes […]

Small Google Algorithm Update On April 4th

Small Google Algorithm Update On April 4th

April 7, 2017 0

Over the past 24 hours, I’ve been tracking what I would call mild chatter in the SEO community around a potential Google algorithm ranking update on April 4th. I would categorize this at best as a small update, in terms of what SEOs are at least chatting about. The WebmasterWorld […]

Can we machine-learn Google’s machine-learning algorithm?

Can we machine-learn Google’s machine-learning algorithm?

February 17, 2017 0

Google’s rollout of artificial intelligence has many in the search engine optimization (SEO) industry dumbfounded. Optimization tactics that have worked for years are quickly becoming obsolete or changing. Why is that? And is it possible to find a predictable optimization equation like in the old days? Here’s the inside scoop. […]

7 tips to get your Forex brokerage’s website to rank higher

7 tips to get your Forex brokerage’s website to rank higher

January 10, 2017 0

Driving traffic to your brokerage’s website organically is one of the most crucial drivers of growth. How to do it? Here are some tips courtesy of Adinah Brown, content manager at Leverate. Do you have an idea for a guest post? Want your article to be viewed by the hundreds of thousands […]

Google Algorithm Update? A Reversal Of Last Weeks Update?

Google Algorithm Update? A Reversal Of Last Weeks Update?

August 3, 2016 0

This morning there was a large surge in webmaster chatter around fluctuations and changes in the Google search results. The chatter began around 3am ET in the ongoing WebmasterWorld thread and has continued throughout this morning. Many are saying there are seeing major shifts in their rankings in the Google […]

FAQ: All about the new Google RankBrain algorithm

FAQ: All about the new Google RankBrain algorithm

June 25, 2016 0

NOTE: This story has been revised from when it was originally published in October 2015 to reflect the latest information. Yesterday, news emerged that Google was using a machine-learning artificial intelligence system called “RankBrain” to help sort through its search results. Wondering how that works and fits in with Google’s […]

Next Mobile Friendly Update Includes Page Speed; Coming in Months

Next Mobile Friendly Update Includes Page Speed; Coming in Months

June 1, 2016 0

At Search Marketing Summit Sydney today, Gary Illyes confirmed that page speed will be a factor in the next mobile friendly update.  Google has long talked about wanting to make page speed a mobile friendly factor, but this is the first time someone from Google has confirmed that it is […]

Google Analytics update adds deeper Search Console integration

Google Analytics update adds deeper Search Console integration

May 14, 2016 0

Publishers and brands will soon be able to see Google Analytics and Search Console metrics side-by-side in the same report as part of a new major update, which will be rolling out in the coming weeks. This means that users will get a complete overview of how a website is […]

Mobile SEO tips What marketers can do to optimize their websites for mobile

Mobile SEO tips: What marketers can do to optimize their websites for mobile

May 14, 2016 0

In today’s world, mobile is being used by practically every consumer and websites need to be optimized for it. “Having a mobile-friendly website has become a critical part of having an online presence,” according to Google. In April 2015, Google debuted a new ranking signal on mobile searches that takes into account […]

Google set to remove all ads for payday loans

Google set to remove all ads for payday loans

May 14, 2016 0

In an effort to live up to its motto “Don’t be evil”, Google has decided to block ads for payday loans and other predatory financial services. The company announced an update to the terms and conditions of AdWords which will block ads for several types of loans that will go […]

Google AMP –The New Way to Browse

Google AMP –The New Way to Browse

May 14, 2016 0

The Google AMP is clearly a revolutionary new way of creating through building the web pages for content, which is static. Accelerated Mobile Pages consist of the stated three components. Each functions in tandem closely with the other for a seamless connectivity. This includes: *AMP JS *GOOGLE AMP *AMP HTML […]

Google Analytics update adds deeper Search Console integration

Everything you need to Know about April’s Google Update

May 7, 2016 0

The month of April has kicked in and every tech-savvy person out there is indulged in gossip about the latest update that Google is planning to introduce. With every progressive update made by Google, two outcomes inevitably take place. The first outcome involves a specific set of people who end […]

Google Search Console API Gets Some Enhancements

Google Search Console API Gets Some Enhancements

April 16, 2016 0

Google’s John Mueller announced on Google+ that they made a few updates to the Google Search Console API. The updates include more data through pagination, crawl errors now show the linked from URL and Google made the API quota limitations clearer. Here is how John put it: Pagination in Search […]

Google Search Console now sending PageSpeed update notifications

Google Search Console now sending PageSpeed update notifications

April 7, 2016 0

Google is now sending out notifications via the Google Search Console for PageSpeed tips. If you’re currently running an older version of Google PageSpeed module Google will notify you to update. Google’s message reads: Google has detected that your site is currently running PageSpeed < 1.9.32.14 or < 1.10.33.7, an […]

Google Sending Recommended PageSpeed Update Available Notifications

Google Sending Recommended PageSpeed Update Available Notifications

April 7, 2016 0

Google is sending out new Google Search Console notifications for pagespeed related topics. The notification being sent out reads “Google has detected that your site is currently running PageSpeed < 1.9.32.14 or < 1.10.33.7, an older version of PageSpeed.” The subject says “Recommended PageSpeed update available for siteURL. It goes […]

Google ch-ch-ch-changes. How they’re affecting publishers and SEOs

Google ch-ch-ch-changes. How they’re affecting publishers and SEOs

April 7, 2016 0

There appears to be a trend in Google’s actions towards publishers and the digital marketing industry that has me a bit concerned. It seems the company has become less and less transparent with publishers over the last couple years — and frankly, it has me a bit uneasy. Google transparency Now, […]

Is Google Testing The Penguin 4.0 Algorithm?

Is Google Testing The Penguin 4.0 Algorithm?

April 6, 2016 0

I think we are on the verge of seeing Penguin 4.0 launch soon at Google – I think we are just about there. I know, I know, it’s been a while. I have seen some chatter in the industry, on and off chatter, over the past 12 hours or so, […]

April 2016 Google Webmaster Report

April 2016 Google Webmaster Report

April 6, 2016 0

This past month we still didn’t get that Penguin update but we are still crossing our fingers. We did see some signs of updates this past month but it wasn’t Penguin – some think possible Panda shuffles. Google killed off toolbar PageRank and it is only a matter of time […]