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Occupy Online, Search Wanes for Faceless Companies

We could blame Wall Street. People just don’t trust faceless giant corporations any more, not the way they used to, and this is changing many things, including how we navigate sites online. Has the global ricochet of distrust of the “big guys” changed how people view companies both online and offline? It would appear so, but […]

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Three Tips for the Digital Marketing (S)EvOlution

Years ago when Google announced the importance of links to help establish site authority and search engine rank, many  took this to mean that more links (regardless of quality) meant greater ranking for a site. Unfortunately, this was true for a while. However, as we’ve said here before: more and more search engines are noting […]

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Is This the End of Link Building?

It’s the end of the [link building] world as we know it and I feel fine. SEOs, lay down your linking swords. The era of link building supremacy is nearing its end. As a writer who works in the world of SEO, I’ve always had a tempestuous relationship with link building, especially shady or spammy […]

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The Future of Search in an Increasingly Visual Web

How many images do you see every day? Millions? Billions? How quickly do you take in the information they provide? Images are powerful and sincerely do speak louder than words… to us, to humans. But not to Search Engines. In an internet ecosystem that is becoming more and more visual, what is the future of search? […]

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