On March 9th, some of our team headed to EngagePDX, an annual conference talking about what’s new in the SEO world. This year, the focus was on looking forward, embracing new changes, and improving user experience. With panels on voice
Conferences are like inspirational movies: they leave you feeling motivated to take on the world, correct your shortcomings, and finally stop putting off what you know needs to be done. Everything sounds doable. Nothing is off the table. Days pass
The millennial generation has been at the forefront of news, be it in regards to their home buying trends, travel preferences, and even their choices in blue jeans. People have always purchased homes, traveled, and spent cash on jeans (well,
Each year Google updates its search algorithm many times with minor changes. Occasionally, Google rolls out a major change in their algorithm with updates such as Panda or Penguin that have a significant impact on search results. The last major
Google announced that they’ve changed the core of their search algorithm, and are essentially using a completely new one named “Hummingbird”. Google is using this name because the new algorithm is precise and fast.
In the search industry, there are several questions I feel we’re asked by marketing savvy clients over and over again. These questions keep re-appearing because they’re not only good questions, but typically ones where answers are extremely tough to come
Recently, Danny Sullivan at Search Engine Land, reported that Google is making the secure search the default for all Google users. Previously, HTTPS was forced on you if you were logged into a Google product (i.e. gmail, analytics, Google+ etc…),
A client recently asked how much effort should really be put into Twitter. Their understanding was that it was just a platform for voyeurism at its finest, where kids and adults can share intimate or inane details to people who