With Google updating its algorithm more than 500 times yearly and releasing 10 major updates in 2014 alone, getting in the top SERPs has become all Continue reading>>
In December 2014, you as a content marketer have a number of opportunities to give your customers what they like or makes them feel good. Also, you can give them something that entertains or helps them in finding a solution to their problem. However, if you still feel that you’re Continue reading>>
The accessibility of Twitter history is soon going to increase. The social media giant announced it is providing users the ability to search the complete archive of public tweets. Infrastructure engineer Yi Zhuang has stated in a blog post:
“Since that first simple Tweet over eight years ago, hundreds of Continue reading>>
The much awaited Penguin update was rolled out last week and webmasters are hoping that they will either recover from the penalty or lose ranking, if have even deviated slightly from the Penguin rules.
It’s not just us who are surprised by the not-so-bitter impact that Penguin 3.0 has brought, Continue reading>>
The problem of duplicate content arises when there is more than one version of a page indexed by the search engine. Duplicity can be both onsite and offsite: Onsite duplicity is when the same content is seen on multiple pages within a website and offsite duplicity is when the content Continue reading>>
It might sound like a cliché if I say that the world is shifting towards mobile. That would have been pretty correct three years ago. But today, it is evident that we Continue reading>>