SEO

Voice search in 2014

Will Voice Search Impact Your SEO in 2014?

Voice search is gradually going mainstream. Sure, we haven’t gotten there yet, but the technology is catching up. While typing is still predominantly the main way to enter search terms in the search engines, most mobile devices come equipped with voice search options.

Writing Article

The Art Of The Long Post: Three Pillar Rules to Knock Your Readers Off Their Feet

Creating engaging blog content is easier said than done. Every blog owner wants to be an authority in their market, often without having the slightest idea on how to go about it. We’re going to talk about something that can work, if used correctly. We’re going to focus on long posts, and discuss how they …

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Choosing not to listen

Google Speaks – But Are Florists Listening?

Last week Google’s Webmaster Central blog, which exists as an information channel for website owners, published a post entitled Affiliate programs and added value. Whenever Google posts some information (usually a nicely-couched edict) about web quality, search optimization, or their beloved “guidelines” it’s natural for many in the SEO community to react with skepticism. However, …

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Mistakes

Are These 3 On-Page SEO Mistakes Keeping Your Site from Ranking?

You’ve heard all about SEO and know it has something to do with optimizing your site to get it ranking in the SERPs—or search engine results pages. So, you’ve taken everyone’s advice, and optimized your site as well as you could. But for some reason your site isn’t ranking. And you have no idea why. It’s understandable. …

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Blog Attracts Customers

Don’t be Left Behind: Why Your E-commerce Site Needs an “Authority Blog”

Funny thing: For all of the online proclamations of “Content is King,” you would think that most business owners with enough savvy to have a website would have caught on by now. But that’s sadly not the case. Many businesses still don’t have a blog, and if they do, it’s usually a non-updated, abandoned piece of web space that’s drier than the Sahara. And even if the blog is updated on a regular basis, the posts are usually fluffed-up, canned articles that accomplish close to nothing. The average small business blog suffers from more neglect than an abandoned, haunted house.