This week marked 20 years since the creation of Robots.txt. Want to know how it helps for your site?
Both Google and Bing have claimed that social signals do not affect their algorithms. Is this true? Thanks to the recent SMX London conference we learned that the number of Facebook Likes, Google +1’s, Tweets, and Pinterest Pins still do not cause your page to rank higher than anyone else. That being said, we did […]
The long-rumored Amazon Fire Phone is official. So what can it do and what else have they announced? Amazon has finally come out with a phone. Like the Kindle Fire this phone runs a customized version of the Android operating system. So will this phone succeed or will it fail like the Facebook phone?
Your brand’s online presence extends from your site to social media and apps. With Bing Connected Pages you get search data for those pages. Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools, and the Bing Webmaster Tools are all excellent services. They help you gain insight to visitors on your website. Social Networks focus on giving you insight […]
A Klout-verified Snapshot lets you influence the way you appear in Bing search results. Snapshots add social media info to results on Bing.
By improving security Google has decreased the amount of keyword data in Google Analytics. So how do you improve SEO without this data?
Windows Phone 8 presents mobile users a unique experience compared to Android and iOS. We picked up a Nokia Lumia 520 for review.
It’s time for the 2013 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). Are you curious about the new hardware and software coming from Apple?
Not sure if search engines know about your site? Here is a walk through to search engine submission on Google and Bing using XML Sitemaps.
Maps direct people to your business. Take control of mapping data to apply local SEO and direct them to your site and not the competition.