Monthly Archives: June 2012

Move Over Google Docs, Googe Drive is Taking Over

Many online users utilize Google docs because of its great features and ability to share spreadsheets, documents, videos, etc with other Google users. Within Google docs you can upload, categorize, and even edit files from any computer/browser. Furthermore, you and … Continue reading

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Become a Google Trusted Store for More Conversions!

Hey store owners, are you looking for another way to increase conversions? Statistically speaking, having trust badges on your website has always improved credit card entries and conversion rates for sales. Many shoppers base all of their shopping around how … Continue reading

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Is Removing Bad Links Worth It?

Recently, a few potential clients asked if we offered “backlink removal services“. They felt their last SEO companies have been doing detrimental link building resulting in dropped rankings. And one of the requests they have for us is if we … Continue reading

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From Google Local to Google Plus Local

As many of you may have noticed and some may have heard, Google migrated (or is migrating) all Google Local/Places accounts to Google Plus. Google is doing everything they can to center their whole algorithm and internet users around Google … Continue reading

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From “Froogle” to Paid Shopping Results

In December of 2002 after being beta for several years Google released Froogle. Froogle was Google’s Product Search & Google Base platform. Over the years Google went from being Froogle to a commercial focused shopping result platform. Here’s a break … Continue reading

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Is Google Showing a Different Description than What’s in Your Meta Tags?

Every once in a while the description you put in your meta tag is different than the one you see in the search results. There are a variety of reasons why this may happen.

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