What should we expect in the next few months in terms of SEO for Google?

Google’s SEO liaison, Matt Cutts, answered this question on a video put out on the GoogleWebmasterHelp Youtube Channel on May 13th. Since most people, including SEOs, aren’t in the habit of staying up with the latest on Online Marketing, I thought I’d break down a few of the highlights. Google will continue to support those websites that are updating their websites to better the user experience. Work hard for users and Google will hard for you. Penguin 2.0 – a…

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Getting Your Business Listed on Google+ Local

Getting your business listed on Google+ Local is a must for every business. When you consider the amount of real estate local listings take on a typical Google search, it would be foolish not to have your business properly listed. In the Local Search Ranking Factors Survey that was released by David Mihm, it shows 90 specific ranking factors. We’ll touch on the Top 20 Local Search Ranking Factors in that list with brief descriptions of…

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Google is Blind

Yes, I said it, Google is blind. I don’t mean that in a bad way, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with being blind. Chances are, this post is being read by someone who is visually impaired. This is just another reason that when designing a website, or even a web page, it’s important to write the code, text, and tagging images as if you were writing specifically for someone using an online accessibility reading service. If you yourself aren’t visually…

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5 Ways to Good Search Engine Optimization – SEO

Content Freshness It’s no mystery – search engines such as Google and Bing LOVE fresh content. This is one reason blogs have become so popular with larger businesses. They are easy to update and to update frequently. You don’t have to write the next Iliad, but you do want your content to be readable. That is to say, you don’t want to just write content for search engines, but you want to write them to be read. Sure, it’s wise…

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