Last month, Google began using a larger font, so you have less room for characters in your title tag before they start to cut off. This is going to affect a lot of websites who don’t notice that Google made the change, and it will affect a lot of software that detects and counts title tag characters.
A blog post without images just doesn’t have the same impact as one with an image, and it looks boring.
Same goes for general website development – you’ve got to have some sort of graphic, and there’s no shortage of places to find clip art.
Last week Matt Cutts from Google wrote a blog post declaring guest posting to be dead, and he actually said “stick a fork in it. It’s done.”
Yes Google does taketh away, but Google does giveth too… In this 2 minute quick tip I show you where to get a reasonable facsimile of your [Not Provided] inbound keyword data, that not only has driven traffic to your site, but has shown your site anywhere in the search results.
I decided to post a run through video of my slides from Las Vegas Pubcon last month. I was on the the local / mobile SEO panel with Kevin Adams and Michael Dorausch, and the presentation was pretty well received.
Last month I gave two presentations here in Portland about “Local Search”. One of them was for the Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs, and the other was for the Gresham Chamber of Commerce.
We have now added a free tool to scan your site for malware, that will crawl up to 200 of your URLs as a sample.
One of the WordPress plugins that I’ve always wished existed was one that would create my profile links for me wherever I needed, and I waited years before developing our own.
This is a great infographic that nearly anyone can follow, taking steps weekly to keep themselves heading in the right direction – I like it, and could make a full presentation our of this thing! Nicely done…
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I gave a 45 minute presentation to about 150 local travel professionals this month, that was for businesses in the local travel industry, like restaurants, hotels, spas, transportation services, etc.
Most of the attendees were not internet marketers, but were business owners trying to keep up with the changing world of how people find their business.