Author Archives: SEOhaus

Google’s Farmer Update: How to Save your SEO Campaign

It all started recently with the beans being spilled about JCPenny’s sneaky (or not-so-sneaky) use of link farms in its SEO campaign. Following close behind that last month was Google’s official release of a major update to the algorithm it … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Google SEO Penalties: Following JC Penny and Black Hat Search Optimization

The whistle’s been blown on JC Penny, which apparently has a guerrilla SEO team working under management’s radar using classic black hat SEO tactics to maintain their top positions in Google’s search engine results page rankings. On February 13, the … Continue reading

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SEOhaus Boosts Website and Online Donations of San Diego Food Bank

SEOhaus donates free SEO services to San Diego Food Bank and helps position them #1 on Google for keyphrase “food bank”. New improved website visibility increases donations to this charity and solidifies it as a national leader for this worthwhile … Continue reading

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The Web’s Best Sources for SEO Ranking

If you are looking for search engine optimization tutorials and/or top SEO factors that affect your website’s ranking, look no further. Below is a list of the web’s best sources for SEO & search engine rankings.

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Robots.txt….. DOMO?

Web robots, also well known as Spiders, are programs that search engines such as Google and Yahoo use to troll the vast expanse of the World Wide Web to index web content. Robots.txt is a text file many people put … Continue reading

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Internet Killed the White Pages

I read an article from Yahoo News today about the ever decreasing popularity of the white pages. From a personal standpoint I can’t remember the last time I opened a phone book. I know there isn’t one in my house … Continue reading

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Google’s Wonder Wheel

SEO has been described as a marathon, slow and steady wins the race. You need to have patience and endurance to get to the finish line where you begin seeing results for your efforts. Your SEO team is your trainer, … Continue reading

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Which Is Better for SEO: Using Ajax to Load Content Or JavaScript?

This post begins with a particular dilemma that SEOs have often faced: Sometimes it seems our technology today is bathed in the controversy of what we personally think will work against which or what search engine optimization process is the … Continue reading

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Book Industry and eReading – Marketing View.

I went to a new library this week. Since then, I have been thinking about the future of libraries and how internet marketing affects this hobby of mine. All of my preparation for the library visit included searching for the … Continue reading

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Google Places and Geo-Targeted Online Marketing

 In Spring 2010, Google launched the feature Google Places, which puts a better spin on their pre-existing Google Local Business Center (LBC).  Places is essentially the same as Local Listings in that it gives businesses the opportunity to get listed … Continue reading

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