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  1. Learning to Carry Your SEO Baggage

    Red flags and negative signals don’t go away with a re-direct. Everyone has things they carry with them from their past. The things we’ve done, for better or worse are what make us who we are now. Our websites are no different.

  2. SEO Website Audits: Everything You Need to Know Part II

    Red Flags – An Audit Wasted Red Flags – An Audit Wasted In a follow-up to an earlier column on what a site audit is in general, today I am going to spend a bit more time helping with the understanding of what a good audit is and why you would get...

  3. States Legalize Marijuana, But Google, Facebook, Twitter Just Say No to Pot Ads

    The matter is further complicated by Google's $240,000 grant to the cannabis group Michigan Compassion in June of 2013 and by language loopholes referenced by Adweek that don't trigger red flags on Google and Facebook.

  4. How to Implement Adjusted Bounce Rate (ABR) via Google Tag Manager [Tutorial]

    And on the flip side, content you find with high adjusted bounce rates can raise serious red flags engagement-wise. Sure, if you're a business with a small and simple website, then slapping a tracking tag on each page is relatively easy to do.

  5. The Misleading Sinister Surge in Traffic Before Google Panda & Penguin Struck

    Some of these companies could have avoided disaster had they noticed the red flags and taken action. I receive a lot of calls from companies that have been hit by Panda or Penguin, and both algorithm updates have been fascinating to analyze.

  6. Is Diego Rivera Google Doodle a Nod to the 99%?

    However, the latter mural intended for the RCA building in Rockefeller Center was destroyed for depicting a May Day march of workers bearing red flags and led by Lenin. Today's Google Logo honors the 125th birthday of Mexican painter Diego Rivera.