3 Tips for Getting Local Rankings in Record Time

Published on August 26, 2014

Usain Bolt

If you’re doing SEO right, there is no quick fix to launching your site to the top of the search results (for more info on what “good SEO” is, read this article about WhiteHat SEO). But, once you start doing SEO, if you don’t see results, then you know that something isn’t working quite right! [...]

SEO Leader Boostability Places #254 on Inc. 500/5000 2014

Published on August 21, 2014


    SILICON SLOPES, Utah, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — In the five years since its founding in 2009, growth has been the greatest constant for Internet marketing company Boostability, a company that specializes in local search engine optimization (SEO) for small businesses. As an expert in Internet marketing, Boostability employs organic methodologies for helping small business customers ensure [...]

What Is SEO & Why Do I Need It?

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Be Found On Local Search

When I first broke into the search industry, the first learning curve I faced was understanding how search engines work. The major breakthrough came when I began to understand what a search engine’s goal actually is. Just like any other business, a search engine is striving to provide relevant search results to any individual performing [...]

The Booster Seat: Good SEO Blogs

Published on August 15, 2014

The Booster Seat on BoostTV

The Booster Seat Ep2: Good SEO Blogs Welcome to the first edition of The Booster Seat!  That’s right, we have a name for this little series that we’re doing here and it’s called The Booster Seat.  Congratulations to the person who helped us decide on the name and thank you all for all your insights [...]

Preparing for the Future of Google Updates

Published on August 11, 2014

Google Updates

It seems as though whenever there is a major update from Google we have a rise of SEOs in the industry discussing the casualties of impacted websites.  Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to predict when an update would occur and what that update affected?  There is no crystal ball to predict [...]

Google’s Pigeon Updates The Search Algorithim

Published on July 28, 2014

Google Pigeon Update

Last week, Google released a new update to their local search algorithm. We’ve heard of Hummingbird, Penguin, and Panda. Now, Google has added a Pigeon Update to the mix. While Google maintains that they have no internal name for this update, the world of marketing has decided this update is significant enough to have a [...]

Black Hat vs. White Hat SEO

Published on July 21, 2014

The Internet As A Wild West

The difference between black hat and white hat SEO tactics can be confusing. Some business owners may shy away from doing SEO at all, simply because they don’t know if what they are doing is “legal” in the eyes of a search engine. What do “black hat SEO” and “white hat SEO” even mean, and [...]

5 Things Your Online Marketing Company May Be Hiding

Published on July 15, 2014

Black Hat SEO Tactics

Most businesses that want to be successful in this technology-laden world have hired an online marketing company. Yes, having a spiffy new website or a really catchy tagline may help your business survive, but it’s really the practices of online marketing that will help your business thrive. There are loads of online marketing companies out [...]

How Much Do You Really Know About SEO?

Published on July 8, 2014

How Much Do You Really Know About SEO

Boostability and the Future of Guest Blogging: A Response to Matt Cutts

Published on January 28, 2014

High Quality Guest Blog Post

Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s Webspam team and a popular blogger, recently published an article detailing what he calls the “decay and fall of guest blogging.” But for those of you who have used guest contributors before, don’t start running for the hills just yet. In the world of Google, quality always wins. Websites, [...]