Category : Search Engines

Differences Between Ranking in Google and Bing

When marketers talk about SEO, their focus is almost always on Google’s search engine. There is a good reason for this. Google accounts for more than 85% of all online web searches, while Bing comes in around 7%, meaning that the majority of your customers will be reaching your site via...

How to Make Google More Likely to Index Pages on Your Website

When someone searches for something on Google, the search engine looks through its index of sites and webpages to determine which will have the best answers to the users' query. Those sites are returned in the search results. Google creates this index by crawling all of the pages available on...

What Is FAQ Schema Markup and Why You Should Be Using It

In recent Google searches, you may have noticed new information popping up underneath different websites. A list of events, customer reviews, FAQs, and other items now show on the search results page. These features are possible with schema markup, a type of website content that lets businesses...

How to Get Sub-Links in Google

It is the goal of every online marketing company to get your business to the top of Google search. Studies have consistently shown that users are more likely to click on the first, then second, then third website before the click through rate drops off dramatically. So the top of search engines...

How Some Websites Drop in Google Before They Get Better

The primary goal of content writing is to improve the website's rank in search engines. While there are other benefits, such as improving conversions, building trust, etc., content writing's main goal is to help a website raise its status in Google search for specific, targeted keywords. To do...

What Are Google’s Vulnerabilities?

Google is by far the dominant search engine. It has gotten to the point where Bing is actually paying people to use their search engine (note: if five of you sign up with that link, I get a free Starbucks gift card!) and other search engines, like Yahoo, are basically obsolete. So Google pretty...

What Google is Doing Wrong

Google has long been "the name" in online marketing. It is the search engine referenced by nearly every SEO company and the baseline that people use to find out how well their marketing efforts are working. Google's claim to fame is an algorithm that does a fantastic job removing spam and...

Long Term Thinking: Companies that Invest Now Have Massive ROI

Online marketing can, at times, seem expensive for a small business. While big businesses spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on temporary advertising every day (that would be better invested in online marketing), small businesses usually invest in very little marketing, if they invest it...

Google Hummingbird and Authority Content

Google has always had one mission: to link people to answers to their search queries. The recent Google Hummingbird update – the biggest overhaul of the Google algorithm in possibly a decade – is simply another step to making sure that people are provided with information that answers their...

Google Hummingbird Update: Infographic

Google Hummingbird may not have received much press outside of the marketing world, but it's believed that the Hummingbird update may have been the single most important update Google has made since its algorithm was first released. It's a change designed specifically to assist websites that offer...