One of the most horrifying experiences a SEO has to worry about is waking up one morning to discover that a client has launched a new web site and the SEO is the last to know about it. This is followed up a few weeks later with the same client […]
If you were left with questions after the last post it was because I never got to give examples of the formatting of images in your sitemap. Hopefully people just googled it if they were serious, already knew, didn’t care, ad nauseum of reasons, and in case you didn’t we […]
Facebook pages are popping up as quickly as websites and blogs, in fact I am often seeing organizations push users to their Facebook page due to the built-in social interactivity of Facebook pages. With the majority of our online experiences still starting with search, whether it be on Google, Bing […]
Last week I was having a discussion on Twitter about whether or not some links were bought. Quite a few people were confused about how you can use link buying to your advantage when you buy links to a website you don’t own (aka a third party). I thought I’d […]
Sitemaps are an easy way for you to inform search engines about which pages should be crawled and indexed for your website. The XML sitemap protocol is supported by Google, Yahoo! and Bing, so it’s important to ensure yours is updated on a regular basis.
If you have ever done an A/B testing on your website or landing page, you would know how exciting is the prospect of finding out which variation is going to perform best. It is almost like a football game where you can’t tell until the end which team is going […]
Back in the late ’90s, just putting up a Web site was a technical feat. Things broke every minute of the day and none of us really knew how to make the site perform, much less do things the way customers expected. I know. I was there. But it’s not […]