Building SEO Friendly Content

Published on December 5, 2011

Content writing

Having unique content is more important than ever now that Google has released more updates, like Panda. The days of copying content from one website to another, and not being caught are over. Google knows when you are taking someone else’s content and not only is it plagiarism, it is going to decrease your rankings. [...]

The Evolution of Search

Published on December 1, 2011

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It is crazy to think that Google has only been around for about ten years. In just one short decade, Google has become the world’s largest internet search engine, and most of us can’t imagine what our lives would be like without it. The growth has been incredible and it seems the Google powerhouse is [...]

Searching, Verbatim

Published on November 22, 2011


I just started reading a book on the story of Google. In the 90′s, searching online was much more difficult than it is today. Once Google hit the stage and brought with it a much smarter search engine, it was so much easier to find what I needed. Since then Google has worked in more [...]

Google’s Latest Update: “Freshness”

Published on November 9, 2011

Extra Extra! Google releases another update!

Ever since the Caffeine update in June of 2010, Google has been improving its ability to update their index more and more quickly. Using that technology, they recently made another change to put their emphasis on the most current information available. Websites with new information will be listed ahead of older sources, but to what [...]

Loading Videos for your Google Maps Listing

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Some of my responsibilities have changed a little here at Boostability.  The world of SEO changes constantly, which means my job does too. I like it; it keeps things interesting. I am starting to work more and more with Google Maps and getting our clients optimized in that way.  Lots of local searches are showing [...]

Cloaking Your Site to Google

Published on November 4, 2011


As I continue to work in the SEO industry, I keep learning more and more. Something that I hadn’t really considered much in recent years is Cloaking. Cloaking is a term that is used in the SEO world as hiding the actual real page that users see to Google. This was a prevalent issue a few [...]

What Does Google Think of SEO?

Published on November 1, 2011


There are a lot of people that seem to have negative opinions of SEO, they think that the work is considered spam and is not going to valuable for their company when it comes to their marketing budget. In the long run they look at it as a waste of resources and money, or even [...]

Reconsideration Submission For Your Website

Published on October 31, 2011


Google’s Panda update has affected more and more websites as time has gone on. A lot of you may feel that you were unfairly given a lesser rank or taken off of the search results page completely. It may be hard to believe, but Google is not perfect and they can make mistakes. What you [...]

The Spreading of Information Around the World

Published on September 27, 2011


The Dead Sea Scrolls have always interested to me. I grew up very religious and was always fascinated with the Middle East. Even though I never had the opportunity to learn more formally about the ancient Middle East, I have been able to learn about my interests informally through the Internet. One of Google’s missions [...]

Application Snippets

Published on September 26, 2011


As I had mentioned in a previous post, Google is bringing out more changes to the search results page by adding snippets to make your results a little more interesting and informative.  Now they are adding a little more to the results by putting pictures with the snippets such as this example here for an [...]