What A 9-5 Link Builder Does After Penguin

by Barrie Smith October 10th, 2012

Penguin changed the way I work as a link builder. On top of that, the company I work for on a 9-5 basis have brought on clients specifically to fix their penalty issues caused by these changes. More work? I have no problem with that.

How to Use Social Media to Encourage Customer Reviews

by Susan Delly October 10th, 2012

Customer reviews are a great way to both market a product and build more quality content on your site, which in turn makes it rank better in search engines. There is also a strong tie between site trust and consumer reviews. Even negative reviews have their place as most savvy shoppers will not trust a site that never points out the cons.

How businesses can survive online without relying solely on major search engines.

5 QRazy QR Code Uses!

by Julie Larson October 9th, 2012

If you live in Canada or the US, it's taken awhile for them to get here, but the QR codes have arrived in full force. These little QReatures (if you will) have probably invaded your pantry, too. Just check the label on that bottle of ketchup or other items stored in your fridge or pantry [...]

A World Where Browsers Are A Thing Of The Past

by Manish Bhargava October 8th, 2012

Americans spend more time per day on apps that they do on the web – both desktop and mobile combined.

How to Deal With Bad Links

by Tom Demers October 8th, 2012

Some advertisers will get a "love note" from Webmaster tools telling them have unnatural linking patterns but not be directed to which links are actually a problem how can you tell where the issues lie?

Your small business marketing tool kit includes activity on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media – congratulations! Now, what are you doing about protecting your intellectual property (IP) once it hits the worldwide web?

Branding isn't simply adding a snazzy logo to your site.

Learn waht function does guest posting has — and how do you make guest posting function.

The Exact Match Domain Update Hardly Hurts

by Thomas Ballantyne October 4th, 2012

Yes, you read that correctly. Despite all the fancy charts above and the dips in the exact match signal, Rob Woods is saying that it hasn't had much of an impact. Let's rework those charts.

Advanced segments basically function as filters. They allow you to focus on specific types of traffic for deeper analysis. GA comes with a bunch of default segments built in, you can access them by clicking the Advanced Segments button on any of the standard reports.