If your website has ever been hit with a Google penalty, you know firsthand how detrimental it can be to your site and your ratings. Word of advice, get rid of those bad links before they can do anymore damage. But what happens after you remove these links? Does your site automatically rise back up? […]
Are you hungry? Grab a restaurant menu on Google search results! Google made an announcement on Feb. 28, 2014 that you can “search Google to show you the menu for the eatery you’re considering and you can see it right on the top of your search page—complete with tabs for different parts of the menu […]
Based on merchant feedback, Google is now making changes to Google Places for Business in order to improve business categories. This change is taking place in order for users to find businesses in international countries. Before this change, most of the categories were available only to U.S. businesses. But now local SEO is being greatly […]
Google has made an update to its Google Places quality guidelines. The change specifically occurs in the “Business Name” section of the guidelines and speaks about a business descriptor, which we can now add in conjunction with our business title. It includes the following three guidelines about descriptors:
In addition to your business’s real-world title, you […]
Internally at Google, PageRank updates daily. And every three months, the company will push out the information collected to the Google toolbar making the info available to users and webmasters. The last push of information was back in February, which means that 8 months, or two update cycles, have passed. Is this the beginning of […]
Santa was good to Google.
The Internet behemoth reported its first $50 billion annual revenue mark ever, thanks in large part to its successful fourth quarter earnings. (That’s, like, 50 billion burgers off the dollar menu.) Google’s annual revenue was $38 billion in 2012. (38 billion fries). When I ask, “What does that mean for your […]