SEO 101: Top Ten PageRank Factors

Published on March 13, 2013

Google PageRank

Yes, it is true; Google is one of the most amazing innovations since . . . well, chocolate. But what makes Google the number-one search engine in the world? Google relies directly on millions of websites linking to other websites in order to create what is known as Google PageRank. So in essence, consumers, individual [...]

Site Architecture: Creating a Structure that Thrives

Published on February 14, 2013

Constructing a website

Unfortunately, for a lot of websites out there, site architecture can be somewhat of an afterthought. After all, if you’re selling a phenomenal product, shouldn’t it sell itself? Even if you have fantastic content on your website, good site structure makes a huge difference. Imagine for a moment you’re walking into your favorite grocery store, [...]

The Benefits of Improving Your Web Page Load Speed

Published on July 16, 2012

The Benefits of Improving Load Speed

Web page load speed is a major factor in ROI and conversion rates. In addition, Google uses the web page load speed to determine rankings. Matt Cutts states that web page load speed is, in fact, used in creating search results, though there are other factors that are weighted more heavily in creating those results. [...]

Building Web Accessibility

Published on August 22, 2011

Accessibility

The internet is meant to be convenient, easy to use and accessible to all people. Because of this, Google and other search engines strive to build the internet up as such, and will reward websites they deem to be convenient, easy to use and accessible. Billions of people are online all the time, gathering information [...]

Google PageRank

Published on August 18, 2011

google-pagerank

A few years ago PageRank was a major ranking factor within the algorithm of Google search. It now is something that a lot of new business owners have probably never heard of. PageRank, first off is not named after a “web page,” it actually is named after Larry Page, one of the original founders of [...]

SEO Myths: Keyword Stuffing Increases Ranking

Published on August 17, 2011

seo myths

The internet is in a state of constant evolution. It is changing and adapting to the trends of its users as well as the preferences of search engines. In this new little set of articles, we will discuss the myths (and legends) of SEO. SEO Myth: Keyword Stuffing Increases My Rank on Search Engines Back [...]

Facebook for Business?

Published on July 13, 2011

Facebook for Business

What is Facebook? If you haven’t heard of Facebook yet, I would like to congratulate you on exiting your cave and welcome you to the wonderful world of the Internet. Those who have heard of Facebook already know of its growing influence on the web. Facebook is arguably the most popular website in the world, [...]

How Much Content Is Needed For Keyword Ranking?

Published on July 6, 2011

words

When trying to get your website to rank well in the search engines you need two things: quality back links and awesome content. Today I want to focus on content and help you understand how much is needed for keyword ranking. There are two parts to this answer, length and keyword density. Content Length In [...]

H tags and SEO

Published on June 6, 2011

eye

LARGE PRINT DRAWS ATTENTION! Newspapers use headlines as a way of drawing attention and summarizing the smaller print that follows. We’re going to talk a little bit about header tags or “H tags” and how to use them to help your website. In the early days of the Internet, there were no fancy ways of [...]

Robots.txt and SEO: Overview & Implementation

Published on May 20, 2011

Robots are our friends

News Flash: The Web Is Huge. By current estimates there are over 38 billion pages that have been indexed by Google, and that represents just a small slice of the what is actually out there. Search engines use automated processes called “robots” to scan the internet. Types of robots include spiders, crawlers, wanderers, and more. [...]