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

    Not that many years ago we had quite a few of these things called search engines, but today we are primarily referring to the "Big 3": Google, Bing, and Yahoo in that order, with a small, but growing percentage beginning to use Duck, Duck, Go.

  2. 3 Non-SEO Tips for Small Businesses Scared of Google Penalties

    Syndicate press releases to websites with strong readership such as Yahoo Finance and MarketWatch. The answer to Main Street's burgeoning fear of SEO comes from, ironically, Wall Street. Only 3 percent of SMBs say PPC is effective, and many don't...

  3. Securing the Future of SEO: Global Brands & 5 '(Not Provided)' Solutions

    Bing and Yahoo organic search data is available (unless the engines are used in a browser blocking search terms) and directional for all organic optimizations. We will continue to leverage other search engine-provided data, but our main source of...

  4. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Yahoo launched their first voice search around 2008 and continues to release new versions. The main difference between (non-local) voice searches vs.typed searches is elongated search queries. Over the past few months, voice search has shown...

  5. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    Select directories are OK for a site to be listed within, like Yahoo, Best of the Web, and DMOZ. We've seen tremendous upheaval in the search landscape over the last two years. Any links intended to manipulate PageRank or a site's ranking in Google...

  6. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Despite a slow start in mobile, Bing’s foothold on Windows and Kindle devices and the fact that it still powers mobile search for Yahoo, earn it a certain amount of consideration and increase emphasis on implementing the aforementioned mobile SEO...

  7. Making Big Data Smart: A 360-Degree Online View of a Business

    For instance, Yahoo pulls content from various vertical and niche sites. Yahoo and each of these sites take different approaches to aggregating and organizing local business data. Given this, Yahoo has to reformat each site’s content to match their...

  8. Desktop Map Searches Increasingly Shifting to Mobile

    Searches with a mapping/navigation intent on the Big 5 Engines (Google/Bing/Yahoo/Ask/AOL) are down 34 percent over the past 15 months, going from 74.8 million to 49.5 million in August. The game had a simple premise where you were chasing the main...