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  1. The Evolution of SERPs and User Behaviors

    This is great news for real estate. As an industry, we talk a lot about Google (and search engines in general) getting smarter, and most of the time, that should be our focus. Our job is at the mercy of search engines and as they improve, we have...

  2. Last-Minute SEO - Here Come the Holidays!

    But then the bad news: your in-house SEO team or online marketing agency tells you it’s too late - maybe they can get some results, but highly competitive and valued terms cannot be reached without the risk of incurring Google’s wrath or at least...

  3. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    Post to news streams? Will the pages show up in mobile search results? Please describe how [VENDOR NAME]'s platform enables compliance for any industry regulations with which you must comply (examples include FINRA, SEC, SOC-2, HIPPA, IROC, FSA, etc.

  4. Majestic SEO Adds Live Rank Factors & New Link Prospecting to Search Explorer Alpha

    The results are quite different, compared to the same search on either Google or Bing’s regular or news search. For example, you can do a search for Nelson Mandela, but restrict it to a set of specific news sites, including sites such as the New...

  5. Google SERPs Updates: In-Depth Articles & Knowledge Graph Results for Car Shoppers

    Google promises that alongside reputable and established news sources like the Washington Post and The Guardian, readers will also find in-depth content from smaller blogs and publications. Google has announced search results updates meant to...

  6. SEO in 2014: How to Prepare for Google's 2014 Algorithm Updates

    The good news is that looking back, it's easy to see which direction the trends are heading in terms of the years ahead. Are we active on the social networks that matter in our industry? Vocus recently cited a study that showed that the top 10...

  7. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    In a column for ITV News, former CEO of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre Jim Gamble said Cameron has "the best of intentions" but that he has been "poorly advised and ill informed".