Archive for July, 2013

What Makes An Infographic Bad & How To Make It Better [INFOGRAPHIC]

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

More and more, we see infographics all over the web. Infographics are a great way to show complex data in a simplified manner, or to tell a story in a fun way. However, not all infographics are created equal and we see more bad habits evolving all the time. Below are some tips to help […]

Post Panda & Penguin Recovery Tips for eCommerce Sites

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Managing an online retailer store can certainly have its ups and its downs. The most recent down in the world of eCommerce has come in the form of Penguin 2.0, a Google algorithm update in May, not the cute cuddly flightless animals indigenous to colder climates. Many eCommerce sites were impacted and likely to have […]

How To Set Up a Canonical Tag for your Website [VIDEO]

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

If you’ve got duplicate page problems, perhaps a canonical tag can solve your problems! Did you know that your pages might be cannibalizing each other in the search results? Help Google determine which pages should be ranking for your most important keywords by using the canonical and meta robots tags. Brynna Baldauf Brynna is a […]

An Easy Guide to Content Marketing for Plumbers

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

People often need plumbers in an emergency; they don’t even have time to get a recommendation. They just need to find someone who will help out without poking big holes in their wallet. So, what do they do? They go online for answers and to find someone who looks legitimate (and close!) enough to come […]

Adwords Automatic Offer Extensions

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

As an AdWords advertiser, you should constantly be finding new ways to attract your customers to your site. Presenting offers or promotions that are relevant to a user’s wants and needs is the best way to encourage a click-through and AdWords is always coming up with new features to make this task easier for you. […]