Micah

Could a Search Engine Beat Google/Bing?

Quick post for today, but answering a common question that people have about the future of search - whether or not the most popular search engines can ever be beaten. Spoiler Alert! The answer is yes. Take DuckDuckGo.com, for example. It's a simple search engine with no ads that doesn't track...

3 Expected Changes in the Google and Bing Search Engine Algorithms

Search engine algorithms are always getting refined in order to create an ideal search environment. The better a search engine does at matching people to their search queries, the more likely they're going to be used. If another search engine comes along that challenges Google and Bing in terms of...

Addressing the Google Conspiracy: Google Favoring Its Own Products Won’t Last

Recently I've written several guest posts on this conspiracy theory that many SEO strategists have about the way Google has been updating its search results. It is widely believed that Google's search engine updates are designed specifically for two purposes: To force more people to use...

SEO Tip For New Websites – Create a Readable Layout

Google is constantly upgrading their algorithm to reflect changes in today's search engine environment, and they've recently rolled out a new update that directly effects the value of quality content. According to Matt Cutts, the webspam team leader at Google, the Google search engine has been...

For Pest Control Companies – the Time is Now

Effective search engine marketing is about anticipation. You don't want your company to just be catching up all the time. You want to strike before other companies, so that when your services are in high demand you're already leading in local search. For a lot of companies, that's easier said...

Should You Delete Your Old, Bad Blog Content?

Many of the companies that turn to us for content have already started a website and created a blog that they simply can't keep up on their own. Often some intern or non-writer fills it with a few basic, boring posts and then forgot about it, updating it once a month or so with some brief blurb...

Content First – Ask For Guest Posts Later

Many people struggle with one aspect of content marketing: whether or not content alone is enough to rocket you up in Google. We know two things about the Google search engine: They reward unique, well written content. They reward incoming links. At first glance, content marketing is the...

The Value of Regular Monthly Content

At Great Leap Studios, we offer two different types of content options. Option one is to simply order bulk content as needed. You can fill out the order form and quickly receive as many pieces of content as you need to run your website. This is a popular option for companies that already have...

Hey I Just Met You, and This is Crazy, But Here’s Free Content

Our free content offer is still in effect. Companies that want an opportunity to see what it's like to add site building content to their website are welcome to contact us and fill out our free content form. Within 24 hours, one of us will contact you to discuss how to craft a high quality article...

SEO Tip – Put Your Link in Every Post

Content theft is a common problem in marketing. You write some piece of content, and another website uses bots to steal that content and post it on their own site. It's an issue that doesn't necessarily affect your status in search engines as much as some people believe, but it's still one that can...