How to Use Google Trends to Fuel Higher Search Rankings

Believe it or not, we haven’t covered this topic before. But, it’s a great way to find keyword searches that your competitors may not be optimizing for. It’s through a free tool called Google Trends. It simply shows you how hot a certain keyword search is. For example, I typed in “SEO,” and here’s what […]

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Does Your Content Stink?

Who determines the quality of your content? Google? Nope! I’ll give you one more guess… Got it? Did you say your website visitors? Ding. Ding! We have a winner! Yes, your market determines the quality of your content. Because, if they like it, they click through to your site from search, stay on your page […]

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How to Effortlessly Get More Positive Reviews

Consumers just love to see those gorgeous 4-5 golden yellow stars! This holds true for Google Reviews, Facebook, Amazon, your own website, and even just a plain-ol’ Google search. Why? …Because they offer so much credibility. In the business world, and human life in general, nothing’s more credible than a 3rd-party testimonial. Now, sometimes you […]

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How Do You Know You’re Creating “Quality Content?”

Quality content rocks. Who would disagree with that? Absolutely no one. …But how do you know if you actually deliver “quality content” to your market? Let’s talk about some of the characteristics (and leading websites) and what makes “quality content” in fact “quality content:” Your Market Always Finds “Quality Content” Useful In a capitalist society, […]

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Google Shocks the SEO World with New “Medic” Core Algorithm Update

  …Oh those stinkers at Google. They did it again! At least they’re laying off cute animal names (Panda, Penguin, Hummingbird) this time. So what ace did they pull out of their sleeves now? Learn more about the “Medic” update: Health, Medical, and YMYL Sites Pay Attention Google doesn’t target niches too often. Especially with […]

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New Google Speed Update Increases Importance of Mobile Load Speed

  Google’s been using the speed at which your website downloads on desktop/laptop computers as a ranking signal for some time. Since 2010, actually. Up until now, that hasn’t been the case for mobile devices. But now it is. …And it doesn’t work exactly as you’d expect. For example, Google says that for now it […]

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