Posts Tagged with "search engines"

What Are Your Top Results in Google Instant?

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Guest Post By: Rex Liu, Intern Vertical Measures Google released their latest innovation, Google Instant, yesterday in the hopes of improving the wheel we call a “search engine”.  Google believes that they can save about 2-5 seconds per search for everyday users, which amounts to about 11 hours every second.  This seems like skewed data […]

Notable Niches

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

Yesterday, we went through the advantages of incorporating some less-used methods into link building for the purpose of Search Engine Optimization. It was shown that local directories, niche-focused search engines, and social media outlets are valuable resources both for link placement and also for the kind of research an SEO regularly engages in. Today we’ll take a […]

Niche Optimization Venues

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

Very often, people who professionally optimize websites for search engines come to a point where they focus exclusively on the big picture of site rankings and the associated link building.  While link builders can’t usually be charged with myopic vision and inflexibility in their methods, sweating the little details isn’t generally on the collective agenda […]

Creating Link Popularity – Without Getting Banned

Friday, November 9th, 2007

By now, most webmasters know that link popularity is the single most important factor in driving top search engine rankings. But did you know that some some links can actually kill your search engine rankings? The importance of links has led to the creation of "links programs" such as LinksToYou and others. If you’re already […]