Make sure you have Google+ Authorship and Publisher code installed and working properly on your site. Install a sharebar on all your webpages so people can interact socially with your site’s content. Revisit your existing content and try to make it as unique, educational and informative as possible. Make sure you have at least 500 words per page, but 800-1,000 is better. Make sure you have a blog installed on your website and that you
Hi All, In checking and trying to install Google Authorship for some of my clients, which is what makes your picture show up next to your search engine listings, I recognized most did NOT have a personal Google+ account, only a Google+ Local (map listing) for their business. This likely applies to many of you then as well, so I thought I would take this opportunity to share some local SEO tips. Here is how
Site Title: Title needs to be closer to 60-65 characters to rank, please keep your best (most traffic) keyword at beginning of title as well. Meta Description: Make it clear and precise to the point, and thematic to your keywords. This is a great place to have a USP (Unique Selling Point) H1: Your H1 should have your main keyword in it and be more of a Headline about the overall theme of your site/business/product.
Although penguins are one of nature’s most harmless creatures, the penguin is dreaded in the SEO/internet marketing world. For search marketers, Penguin 2.0 signified another major step forward in the direction of helping quality websites rank near the top of Google. It’s not a perfect solution for accomplishing that, but you can bet many SEOs are terrified of the potential ramifications of this Google algorithm update. Websites that aren’t engaging in SEO best practices might
Hi All, I have spent the last 2-3 weeks studying the recent Google algorithm changes, to make sure I guide you in the right direction as your Dallas SEO Consultant. Below is my rehash of what I learned about the Panda and Penguin updates. In Google’s big push to clean up web spam, they first implemented Panda, an algorithm update that occurred in 2011. Panda targeted mainly content farms and article marketing sites, those that were mass producing and distributing content, written with the end