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Who Are Your Writing For?

Digital marketers find themselves at the mercy of Google’s algorithm updates and the constant stream of recommendations and warnings from the search giant.

At the same time, content marketing thought leaders urge marketers to create great, engaging content that their audiences will want to consume and share. 187 more words

Business

Google In-Depth Articles Goes Live

Google announced last night that they will show these in-depth articles in the search results when the query is about understanding a broader topic. Google said this will help 10% of the queries that are seeking more than just a quick answer, really dive deeper into broader topics. 162 more words

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The Top 7 Online Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2014

The Internet has drastically altered the way in which information is shared, and has had a profound impact on marketing. Over the past few years, there has been more of a shift toward inbound techniques, while many outbound tactics have become antiquated. 1,390 more words

Online Marketing

A Visual History Of Important Google Algorithm Changes

With this infograph we are sharing some of the vital changes made by Google in its Algorithm and SERP layout over a decade.

Why not go through few important changes which took place in the past and try to predict the future of… 20 more words

SEO Services

A Visual History Of Important Google Algorithm Changes

With this infograph we are sharing some of the vital changes made by Google in its Algorithm and SERP layout over a decade.

Why not go through few important changes which took place in the past and try to predict the future of… 20 more words

Ecommerce Solutions

Google Webmaster Tools Has Announced a New “Index Status” Feature

Google Webmaster Tools has advertised another “Index Status” offer now tracks a site’s listed Urls for every convention (HTTP and HTTPS), and in addition for checked subdirectories. 208 more words

SEO

Google Now Allows You To Rearrange The Google Navigation Bar

Google announced last night that you can now, or in the upcoming weeks as Google rolls it out, customize and rearrange the order of the products and apps within the Google navigation bar as you like. 76 more words