Duplicate Content: I Know Just Where to Put That

Duplicate Content: I Know Just Where to Put That

Duplicate content should not be used. Plain and simple. What is so evil about duplicate content that you should flush it down the toilet, or place it someplace else? Why is it so evil and how is it affecting you?… Read more »

Google Rolls Out In-Store Conversion Tracking

Google Rolls Out In-Store Conversion Tracking

Business owners have the power to track every move a customer makes along their customer journey behind the computer screen, but what happens when those conversions start online and end with an in-store purchase? Back in October, Google set out… Read more »

Cash in on Your Content with Google Consumer Surveys

Cash in on Your Content with Google Consumer Surveys

Content creation is happening everywhere you turn on the web. As the popularity of content creation skyrockets, marketers are spending more time and money developing content that will stand out in an overloaded and fiercely competitive space. All that was… Read more »

Penguin Versus Penguin: 3.0 Meets the Animal

Penguin Versus Penguin: 3.0 Meets the Animal

If you’re wondering what it is with Google and cute animals like penguins and pandas, you’ve got another chance to ponder the question. Google launched an update to its Penguin algorithm last week. This one’s been dubbed Penguin 3.0. Penguin… Read more »

So, Apparently Google Glass Still Exists

So, Apparently Google Glass Still Exists

If you forgot that Google Glass is a real life thing, either your pockets (and/or attitude) are as shallow as mine or you actually paid attention to tech reviewers. In any event, Google wants you to know that the Explorer… Read more »

Google Announces Consumer Ratings Annotations

Google Announces Consumer Ratings Annotations

Google made yet another move toward “bringing trust and transparency to your search ads” when they announced today that they’ll be rolling out Consumer Ratings Annotations in search ads, in which beta tests showed an average click-through rate (CTR) increase… Read more »

10 Reasons These 10 Animals Won the Internet in 2013

10 Reasons These 10 Animals Won the Internet in 2013

The Web is a veritable bounty of sometimes adorable, usually quirky, often questionable animals, but few have earned the distinction of Google Trends’ top 10 Famous Internet Animals of 2013. If you use the Internet on a regular basis, chances… Read more »

Google’s Winter Wonderlabs Open in Six Major US Cities

As the holiday season nips at our heels (Santa arrives in 35 days . . . *squee*!), Google has opened six holiday showrooms around select major U.S. cities including New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Chicago, and Washington DC…. Read more »

Keywordocalypse 2013: Life After (not provided)

The Internet raged last week as Google quietly confirmed that they’re now forcing SSL search for all users, which means effectively removing our beloved keyword data from searches where Google is the referrer. It’s called “(not provided)” and if my… Read more »