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Google News and Its New Minimalist Look

Google News and Its New Minimalist Look Google News is one of the most trusted sources for world news. Because of this, Google is revolutionizing their News section. Google is developing a minimalist view, perfect for users who desire more control over the way News is viewed. The minimalist view of News will be focused on facts and their different [...]

By | November 15th, 2017|Search Engine News, Search Marketing|

How Organic SEO Services Will Protect You From Google’s Updates

If you're here, you probably know how much SEO matters. You might not, however, know how much more organic SEO matters than SEO in general. And we can't blame you here. There is a lot of confusion about how we should best advertise our online services. Fortunately, we're the resident experts on this topic, so we can tell you that [...]

By | October 17th, 2017|Search Engine Optimization, Search Marketing|

7 Online Marketing Trends You Need to Know to Survive

7 Online Marketing Trends You Need to Know to Survive As rapidly as the culture of digital marketing changes, there are still some fundamental online marketing trends to pay attention to. Do you have a vision for an online marketing plan that will boost customer conversion? Do you need to develop a strategy to improve a business's online presence? Have [...]

By | August 21st, 2017|Search Engine Optimization, Search Marketing|

The Ultimate SEO Checklist That Will Get You Results

An effective content marketing strategy is critical to your business’s success. For this reason, you won’t get far without having an online presence. And in order to establish that, you need to have an SEO checklist to develop a sound campaign. All the content you create should be geared towards your SEO campaign. This includes your social media posts, blog [...]

By | August 10th, 2017|Search Engine Optimization, Search Marketing|

How to Stay Ahead of Google Updates Before They Happen

  Are you in the know about the latest Google update, known as Fred? Google updates don't happen weekly or even monthly. But, when an update does happen, you want to be well aware of it. Google's main goal is to provide Internet users with quality search results. This means that the company's algorithm that provides those results must be [...]

What the Google Maps Update Means for Local SEO

Never underestimate the power of local SEO -- especially since half of all local searches conducted on a mobile device get customers in your store that same day. Of course, many of those local searchers are also using Google Maps to help them navigate directly to your store. As a result, it's highly likely that you've already made Google Maps a part [...]

By | June 20th, 2017|Local SEO, Search Engine News|

Google Update “Fred”: How to Check if You Were Impacted

Google Update: How to Check if You Were Impacted In the middle of March 2017, the latest Google update, known as 'Fred', hit without word or warning. Needless to say, the SEO community is buzzing with speculation about the update. Many website owners may have witnessed a change in their traffic and rankings, as a result. That's why we're offering [...]

By | May 24th, 2017|Search Engine Algorithms, Search Engine News|

A New AI Search Engine Lends Itself To Scientific Research Publications

Scientific papers come out with such frequency that keeping up with the literature is practically a full-time job for anyone at the cutting edge of a major field. Semantic Scholar, a free, online tool developed under the guidance of Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen, is using machine learning and other aspects of artificial intelligence (AI) to make the monumental task of [...]

Search Geek Solutions Part of New Google Beta Program Called Google Posts

There's a new feature popping up in Google search results called "Google Posts." It's a place for Google to directly host content in a post-Google+ world and to embed this content directly into search results. Imagine orphaned Google+ posts with the Google+ branding stripped out, and you're most of the way there. Google Posts isn’t the official name of this service. As of [...]