Search Engine Optimization
If you want to land a higher spot on the search results page, you need these elements.
Google's latest rollout continues the company's commitment to rewarding high-quality, user-focused content with higher rankings.
Fueled by GPS data, the all-seeing Internet giant is showing consumers the not-so-best times to visit your establishment.
There are five keys to scoring that ever-coveted spot at the top of Google search results.
If you're up to date with the search giant's mobile requirements, you need to make sure you have quality content.
Depending on your industry and the age of your company will help determine how much to spend on organic reach vs. paid search.
If you ignore these concepts, you risk finding yourself plagued with penalties and poor rankings.
Google might become Amazon's next biggest rival, according to a report.
Mobile optimization has moved from nicety to necessity. Are you ready?
Starting April 21, Google will incorporate a site's mobile-friendliness into its ranking algorithm.
It's not too late to begin adapting to the expected switch in focus to mobile, but it is getting close.
Now's the time your organization should adopt the contextual-search trend that's already big in the consumer market.
The web giant's latest initiative provides online and in-person assistance to help small business owners throughout the U.S. list their companies on Google Search, Google Maps and Google+.
Links are still the key to your site's visibility. Find out how to attract links that attract viewers.
The search giant is currently working on a major algorithm change that will revolutionize the way mobile friendliness is determined.