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Sharing What Has Changed My Life in a Massive Way

Sharing What Has Changed My Life in a Massive Way

My life has changed a lot in the last two years. Work is great, but on a personal level I have encountered something that has changed my life in a massive way. A lot of people know me in this industry. I can be fun and goofy and I love people. What people don’t know […]

If I buy AdWords, will that cause my algorithmic search rankings to rise?

If I buy AdWords, will that cause my algorithmic search rankings to rise?

Google’s Matt Cutts discusses a very common myth I hear often, which is that if you pay for AdWords your site will do better in the rankings.

ZAGG Giving Away an iPad 2 Every Hour on Black Friday

ZAGG Giving Away an iPad 2 Every Hour on Black Friday

ZAGG  offers a variety of iPad / iPhone / iPod accessories, cases and skins. About the contest,  “On Black Friday, November 25, 2011, starting at midnight (MST), we’ll be giving away an iPad 2 every hour. 24 iPad 2s over 24 hours. Each hour is a new opportunity to enter the giveaway. So yes, you […]

6 Ways to Give Back to Your Clients this Holiday Season

6 Ways to Give Back to Your Clients this Holiday Season

Good clients are a blessing and they do pay us a great deal of money. I think it is a good idea to let clients know you are thinking about them during the holidays, but as we all know choosing a gift can be hard. Here are some inexpensive ideas that allow you to give […]

Google Answers Question About Spelling and Grammar and Site Quality

Google Answers Question About Spelling and Grammar and Site Quality

Do spelling and grammar matter when evaluating content and site quality? Matt Cutts answers.

Major Changes for Me and SEO Aware

Major Changes for Me and SEO Aware

There are some major changes that have occurred in the last few weeks for me and as a result will change things for SEO Aware. I was offered a job as the Managing editor of SearchEngineJournal.com and I decided to take it. I have read SEJ forever and have respected what they offer since day […]

Video Interviews About Google+ - With Lee Odden, Loren Baker and Barry Schwartz

Video Interviews About Google+ – With Lee Odden, Loren Baker and Barry Schwartz

Lee Odden of TopRank Online Marketing, Steve Rubel of Edelman, Li Evans of LiBeck Integrated Marketing, Barry Schwartz of RustyBrick, Loren Baker of BlueGlass, and Mari Smith discuss Google+ More WebProNews Videos

Why doesn't your website work on my iPad & iPhone?

Why doesn’t your website work on my iPad & iPhone?

In March 2011 TechCrunch reported that 100 million iPhones have been sold and in June 2011 MocoNews reported that 25 million iPads have been sold. 125  million people and the numbers grow everyday! I am surprised at how many websites do not work on my iPad and iPhone. I am shocked that it has not […]

Matt Cutts Explains Underscores vs. Dashes in URLs

Matt Cutts Explains Underscores vs. Dashes in URLs

How does Google see underscores vs. dashes? Matt explains. Many old school web designers have ignored the importance of dashes vs. underscores. It was nice to see Matt address it again. If Google mentions it you should assume it matters in some way or will.

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