Hummingbirds, Penguins, Pandas And Why I Don’t Care

Google’s Cute Animals Scare People Hummingbird, Google’s latest update is addressing the issue of semantic search.  Whereas instead of solely relying on keyword and density surrounding that, they are attempting to gather intel around the intent of the user.  I’m […]

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Google – WTF

It may come as no surprised that I have a few gripes with Google lately.  I’ll try to make this brief. 1.  The abrupt change of the look and user interaction on the major Google products.  I actually covered this […]

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Why Allowing Negative SEO May Be The Dumbest Idea Yet

Negative SEO.  The thought that this exists makes me cringe.  About 4 years ago, I often wondered if there was a such thing as the antithesis of a Reputation Management campaign, where instead of building the online reputation of a […]

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Facebook & Pinterest – Enough Already!

Have you heard of Pinterest? If you haven’t you likely a) live in seclusion, b) are over 60yrs old, c) don’t give a damn about social media.  It’s the latest fad of social media marketing that allows users to share […]

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Google Penguin Update Axes Outsourced Jobs

The wrath of the Penguin!  Reportedly thousands of SEO workers in countries such as India who rely heavily on outsourced teams are now unemployed due to the infamous Google Penguin update.  If you aren’t aware of what this update is, […]

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1 Out Of 5 Users That Take a Dump In The Morning Rank In The Top 100

Seems there are statistics for everything nowadays; especially in the search world.  I’m reading a ton of articles and Infographics (these things are annoying to me honestly), that show statistics on how people are searching, what methods are being used […]

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Hypocrisy

This will be brief but there’s an unprecedented amount of Google bashing as of late. I am guilty of this as well, almost as evident by this site. I started noticing at least 6 months ago that Google tended to […]

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Personalized Search And The Filter Bubble

Below is a video a colleague of mine found on YouTube is a speech that demonstrates something I’ve been thinking for a long time. Personalized search which is of recent years standard with Google, Bing, Facebook and other major search […]

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Google’s Cute Animals Scare People Hummingbird, Google’s latest update is addressing the issue of semantic search.  Whereas instead of solely relying on keyword and density surrounding that, they are attempting to gather intel around the intent of the user.  I’m […]

Read More

It may come as no surprised that I have a few gripes with Google lately.  I’ll try to make this brief. 1.  The abrupt change of the look and user interaction on the major Google products.  I actually covered this […]

Read More

Negative SEO.  The thought that this exists makes me cringe.  About 4 years ago, I often wondered if there was a such thing as the antithesis of a Reputation Management campaign, where instead of building the online reputation of a […]

Read More

Have you heard of Pinterest? If you haven’t you likely a) live in seclusion, b) are over 60yrs old, c) don’t give a damn about social media.  It’s the latest fad of social media marketing that allows users to share […]

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