Anytime the world is on the cusp of large change, big benefits await the brave who venture out to learn the ‘new’; while a source of apprehension, it is the perfect opportunity to do what many will not, and get ahead.
Google Search Engine Optimization (SEO) a big fan of changing their algorithm, to make it smarter, faster, better in every way, and more intuitive so a person searching spends less time with poor results. The trouble is the ripple effect this has on every site connected to it. Do you know BERT?
More people access content using an e-reader app on either a phone or tablet than ever before. If your blog or site isn’t mobile-friendly and ready to be read on any size screen, this article is the perfect first step.
If you've never done any kind of internet marketing, but you're interested in starting, it can be hard to find the best foot forward because it seems like there is always so much to do.
SEO has changed so much in the past five years, and some believe it is dead thanks to Google's new algorithm for rankings. This just isn't true. While the old days of being able to provide paid rankings on the first page of Google are certainly over, the need to optimize has not changed.
Google has undergone some radical changes to how ranking works with regard to mobile page viewing in an attempt to be more in-tune with today’s rapidly evolving technology.
For most people who write articles or content for SEO purposes, it is faster and easier to write short articles that can be posted quickly to keep content fresh and hopefully exciting. The trouble is, in trying to keep up with Google's forever shifting algorithms.