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Category Archives: SEO

Google: If I Only Had a RankBrain

Image courtesy of: Keegan Berry   When you and I are shopping or looking for something on the internet, usually there’s a specific purpose behind it. Some of these could be “where can I find X” or “how do I find out more about X”, or even “I want to purchase X”. And it would […]

Google releases Professional Service Ads

In San Francisco, Google is rolling out its new ad program which is targeted towards connecting homeowners with professional skilled services. Its aim is to recapture the market of other review or service sites like Craigslist, Yelp, and Angie’s List. Are you ready to give up your favorite go to site for Google? Consider this […]

What’s the Scoop about Spam Referral Traffic?

Image courtesy of Christian Barmala   What’s the Scoop about Referral Spam Traffic? In the world of SEO and online marketing, there is something out there that haunts us day and night, and keeps attacking and slashing like a villain from those terribly great horror movies from the 80’s. This culprit is Spam Referral Traffic. […]

The Top 8 Digital Marketing Posts of the Week

It may have been a short week with the Memorial Day holiday, but the search engine marketing world was as busy as ever. We have combed through many of the industry’s top blogs and put together a list of the top blogs and articles of the week. Without further ado… 1. 3 Crazy PPC CRO Hacks […]

The Breakdown of #Mobilegeddon in 5 Minutes

Image courtesy of krheesy. Photo was altered for this piece.     Mobilegeddon is here. Well, as of Tuesday (April 21, 2015). Commence heavy breathing. Here are five things you need to know about Google’s algorithm change and what it means for you, all in less than five minutes. 1. What is Mobilegeddon? Simply put, Google […]

Google and Twitter Sitting in a Tree…

Image courtesy of Andreas Eldh.   If there is one thing that is constant in the ever changing landscape of the digital world, it’s that the Internet loves a good partnership. In the past few months we’ve seen unions between Twitter and Meerkat, Twitter and Foursquare, Twitter and Periscope, are you picking up on the […]

Mobilizing Your Internet Marketing

When I lived in Kenya during the summer of 2007, one thing that struck me was the amount of people using cell phones for computing tasks. At a time when smart phones were just catching on (the first iPhone was released that June), it was common to see people using phones for just about everything. […]

The 9 Most Shared SEO Articles of 2014

Another year is in the books, and what a year it’s been! It has been a roller coaster ride for the industry with search algorithm updates, content marketing kicking link building to the curb, and Matt Cutts taking a leave of absence but not before taking down multiple link rings. Here at SEOhaus, our company […]

Mobilizing Your Internet Marketing

When I lived in Kenya during the summer of 2007, one thing that struck me was the amount of people using cell phones for computing tasks. At a time when smart phones were just catching on (the first iPhone was released that June), it was common to see people using phones for just about everything. […]

Internet Marketing Weekly Roundup and Preview

It’s that time of week again! Start Monday off right with our Weekly Roundup of the top SEO and internet marketing stories from the past several days. Let’s get this started: 19 Obvious A/B Test You Should Run On Your Website – KISSmetrics KISSmetrics is one of my absolute favorite blogs. More than many sites, […]

Panda 4.0 Gets Technical

For those that have been in the SEO world for a bit, just mentioning the word “update” is enough to cause cold sweat. Having seen the damage previous updates can cause, we know that Google is not one to mess around. When the roll out of Panda 4.0 was announced, there seemed to be a […]

Weekly roundup: Top 5 SEO trends and more – SEOhaus

Looking for a fresh take on SEO and internet marketing? We did the research for you. Here’s our roundup of notable SEO marketing news and pointers from the week: SEO for several hundred products. Zahid Aslam of StudioForty9 offers helpful hacks for the most troublesome issues facing e-commerce SEO. Our favorite: how do we deal […]