Archive for the "On-Site SEO" Category

Win a Free Back Link Analysis From Vertical Measures

Monday, August 13th, 2012

On August 22nd, Vertical Measures will give away a Back Link Analysis on Facebook. Being one of our most popular services and valued at $900.00, this thorough evaluation of the links pointing to your website is especially beneficial to those who have seen decreases in their rankings. Recently, many websites have fallen from their positions […]

What Makes a Good High Value Link? [VIDEO]

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Mike Huber answers: “What makes a good high value link?” Mike Huber As the Director of Client Services at Vertical Measures, Mike Huber is in charge of developing efficient processes in order to improve overall productivity and quality of client services including; link building, social media marketing and content development. Mike has a wealth of […]

How To Fill the Farmer (Panda) Update Void

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Busy times at the Googleplex First we had some big news about some well known websites all being penalized by Google for being on one side or the other of paid links.  This was quickly followed by the biggest Google search result shake up in years called the Farmer Update by us SEOs but Google […]

How To Create 404 Error Pages That Don’t Suck

Monday, January 17th, 2011

The understandably dreaded 404 or “Not Found” error message is the kiss of death to visitors and search engines alike. When a visitor or search engine crawler can’t find a page that they’re looking for on your website, it’s game over…or is it? It doesn’t have to be if you create a custom 404 error […]

How To Identify & Solve URL Canonicalization Issues

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Canonicalization is a term that search engines and SEOs borrowed from computer science, and when referring to computers it means a process for converting data that has more than one possible representation into a standard or “canonical” form. When search marketers refer to canonicalization, in plain English it means how to deal with web content […]