Angular Launches Server Health Hub

March 21, 2016 by

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Companies today demand more from their developers and IT teams than ever before. Along with the demand for new technologies and tools comes the responsibility of monitoring and maintaining the health of websites and applications. If you are currently running server checks manually you are losing valuable time that could be spent focusing on new [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Angular, Online marketing

Remove Images from Google

February 24, 2016 by

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Dissemination of information, whether it be text, images, videos or something else entirely, is seamless in the ever-connected world in which we live. Everyone has a smart phone, tablet, computer or some other device that can access the Internet. An unfortunate side effect of this connectivity is the copying or unlawful release of images that [Continue reading]

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Link Neighborhoods – White Picket Fence

January 27, 2016 by

Finding Your White Picket Fence in a Good Link Neighborhood

Link development can be a risky endeavor for many websites, as there have been a slew of updates from Google and other search engines to prevent “gaming of the system” through Search Engine Optimization (SEO). In years past, webmasters would get links anywhere and everywhere, from comment sections, forum profiles and low quality blogs to directories, [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Online marketing, SEO

Penguin Preparedness Guide

January 8, 2016 by

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Penguin, the one word that has struck fear into any SEO’s heart. Since the first iteration of Google’s Penguin algorithm in April 2012, the landscape of Search Engine Optimization has changed for all verticals. Gone are the days of comment spam, article marketing, and directory networks, and here to stay are more natural ways of earning back-links [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Google, Online marketing

Page Load Speed Pitfalls

December 29, 2015 by

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Page load speeds are encountered with each new page that is accessed, regardless of the focal point of a particular search. There are individual elements to each web page that will be individually called, and loaded each time the next page is visited. The speed of a website depends on more than local internet speeds, [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Analytics, Online marketing, SEO

Local SEO Basics

December 2, 2015 by

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Does your business rely heavily on local customers? If so, search traffic may have changed for your website on July 24th, 2014, the day that Google released their Pigeon algorithm and in turn, changed how your website shows up in local search results. Local SEO may seem indomitable to the uninitiated, but if you follow these easy [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Online marketing, SEO

PageRank’s Slow, Inevitable Demise

September 25, 2015 by

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At one point in time, PageRank was the end-all when it came to determining a website’s validity, health, and overall value in a back-link profile. Every SEO from here to Antarctica boasted the ability to get links on “HIGH PR DOMAINS”. Unfortunately for that sales pitch, PageRank has taken a backseat in Google’s list of [Continue reading]

Filed Under: Google, SEO

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