Category: Search engine optimization

  • How to Get Higher Google Rankings

    You may think that you are very creative when it comes to your tweets, but check out how Google does it. The first ever tweet sent by Google was on Feb. 26th, 2009, and was actually binary code for “I am feeling lucky.” When was the last time you sent a tweet in binary code? […]

  • Why Search Engine Optimization is So Important

    Did you know that Google’s first ever tweet is binary code for “I’m feeling lucky?” Google is one of the most important websites on the entire internet, and Google rankings actually make a huge difference in business; companies ranked higher for search queries that concern their area of business are more likely to be successful […]

  • Need to Invest in SEO? Here are a Few Facts You Need to Know

    Did you know that an astounding three quarters of Internet search engine users never scroll past the first page of search results? Doing business online, when with so many other resources vying for the attention of you potential customers, can be difficult no matter what kind of company you run or own. Finding the audience […]

  • Does Your Website Have High Google Rankings? Here are a Few Facts You Need to Know About SEO

    Did you know that as of 2012 over 70 million users shop using a mobile device such as a cellphone or tablet computer? Whether you run or own a business that does a considerable amount of work online, you should be getting in contact professional web designer companies that can help you increase the quality […]

  • Mobile Search Trends To Consider

    While Google was still a research project, the founders of the company decided to use LEGO bricks to build a storage compartment for the 10 4 GB hard drives that were used to test the PageRank algorithm. The work that they were doing in search development at that point was relatively new, but what has […]

  • SEO, Tomorrows Service for Tomorrows Consumer

    The first google tweet said im feeling lucky. And they are. Google receives 65 to 70 percent of the search engine market and the value of their internet marketing will continue to grow. This is because inbound leads from the internet cost significantly less than outbound leads such as cold calling, 70 to 80 percent […]