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Update Your WordPress Blog To Mobile Friendly

by Ed Tsunoda on April 24, 2015

With all of the search engine algorithms putting more weight into your sites mobile accessibility, there should be an easy way to just make your WordPress installation mobile friendly, shouldn’t there? And there is. Try WPSmart Mobile (http://www.wpsmart.com/mobile). It creates a simple clean fast smart phone friendly version of your wordpress, with analytics, ads, and […]

Google May Add Mobile Experience To Search Algorithm

Google is making a big push to make it’s ranking algorithm equally useful in all surfing environments, and as such, how your web site appears on people’s mobile devices may start to have more impact on how you rank in search results. Right now, Google does penalize sites that generate errors for mobile visitors. It […]

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Google Updates Webmaster Tools API

Google has updated it’s Webmaster Tools API, which brings it up to date with it’s other APIs for Analytics/AdSense/AdWords/etc., making verification and cross analysis more comprehensive. Over the summer the Webmaster Tools team has been cooking up an update to the Webmaster Tools API. The new API is consistent with other Google APIs, makes it […]

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Post This To Your Facebook: Organic Search Still King

With all the fuss about using social media and paying for search engine ads, at the end of the day, studies show that organic search is a whopping 73% of business services web traffic. It also generates more than 50% of general web traffic. Display ads and email spam made up about a third, and […]

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Like Being Web-nonymous? Why Bylines Matter

Many internet publishers like doing their writing on the Internets because it allows them to retain some semblance of privacy. But it turns out that what people don’t know can hurt you, as it’s probable that part of Google’s search results algorithm includes trying to identify authorship, and giving known and credible authors more better […]

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Microsoft Weeds 1,500 Bad Apps From Windows Store

Responding to consumer criticism that the app aisle on the Windows Phone store was fraught with peril, imposters, crappy-apps, and other miscellaneous reasons not to download anything, Microsoft has instated new guidelines and requirements for apps and weeded out a bunch of the worst imposters. “As Windows Store expands to reach more customers in more […]

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Google Is Going HTTPS. Should You?

Google has been making a lot of noise recently about how it has added whether or not a site is “secure” https versus http as a factor in it’s search results algorithm. Does this mean you should switch all your sites to https? Not according to this article at searchengineland.com which reiterates that if you’re […]

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How To Use Pinterest and Instagram For Business

If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between Instagram and Pinterest, or what they do, or how to use them, or if they have a business application…well, you get the picture….then this article is for you! On Pinterest, every pin is a link to the source of the image, usually an external site. Therefore, […]

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Why Links Matter And How Not To Build Them

The complexities of what you can and can’t do to improve or destroy your search engine position is not only difficult to wrap your head around , but also ever changing and subsequently what was necessary last week is now what is likely to get you penalized. Do you build links? Do you not build […]

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