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Insights: SEO

Google Helpful Content Update 2023: 4 New Changes and How to Recover

Has the September 2023 Google helpful content update affected your web page rankings? Find out what was included in the update and how you can bounce back.

Page Speed is Not a Panacea: Why E-A-T Matters More Than Technical SEO

Worried about your page speed? Technical SEO matters - but maybe not as much as you think. Learn more about how Google ranks websites.

SEO Myth #8: Social Activity Doesn't Affect SEO

Google has admitted in the past that social signals are NOT an active part of their ranking algorithms. But is this still the case in 2017? Find Out Now!

Goodbye SEO Keywords, Hello SEO Queries!

Stop thinking of SEO as a game where you have to beat the bot, Google's Rankbrain is changing SEO. What does this mean for your SEO strategy? Find out now.

Google Penguin 4: How Business Owners Can Take Advantage of this Update

Struggling with traffic? Here's a how business owners can take advantage of Google's Penguin 4.0 update today. Learn more!

SEO Myth #6: Link Building is bad

Backlinks have been the foundation of Google’s ranking algorithm since the beginning, but when Google’s John Mueller was captured saying live in a Google+ hangout that webmasters should avoid trying t

SEO Myth #5: SEO is a scam!

Sadly, many business owners have been approached by less-than-ethical marketing vendors who promise SEO services but mainly deliver nothing.

SEO Myth #4: SEO is about ranking #1 on Google

No, Noooo, no it isn't. Find out why!!

SEO Myth #3: Mobile Optimization Is Overrated

Having a mobile-optimized site leads to a better user experience, and not having one pretty much guarantees you’ll never make it on the first page results.

SEO Myth #2: SEO Is All About The Right Keywords

There used to be a time when keyword density was synonymous with good SEO practice, but as search engines kept updating, so did our SEO strategy.

SEO Myth #1: Keywords In Your Meta Description Will Help You Rank Better

Google announced in September of 2009, that neither meta descriptions nor meta keywords factor into Google's ranking algorithms for web search.