Unpersonalized Google Search for Chrome, Firefox and Explorer

If you're like me, you may prefer the easiest way to search Google without being influenced by Google's personalized search functionality. Yes, just because we're all searching the same keywords, it doesn't mean we're all yielding the same results, as Google takes...

Landing Page Design Fundamentals

Recently, I've been working a lot more on Google advertising.  While setting up ads on Google Adwords may be considered the major part of the task, landing pages seem to be a forgotten part of the process.  Why focus on landing pages?  In one word: CONVERSION. That...

CMS Examples

Nearly 60% of all websites are powered by WordPress, 10% powered by Joomla, 6% powered by Drupal, and the remaining 25% are powered through countless other web platforms. In the beginning, CMS systems were criticized for their uniform appearance, and still there is...

BigCommerce Blog: Hopping on the Bandwagon

For those of you using the BigCommerce E-Commerce platform, blog functionality has now arrived. Recently after picking up a client using the BigCommerce platform, we were asked to help improve SEO.  Aside from on-page SEO efforts (optimizing product pages, and...

Intro to Content Management Course in Las Vegas

After yielding a positive response from the WordPress Level I course offered at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), the administration has added a new course to its certification program--Intro to Content Management.  Intro to content management is a precursor to...

Upcoming SEO Trends 2013 with Matt Cutts

Check out this quick video by Matt Cutts explaining upcoming SEO Trends 2013.  He basically outlines a few of the focal points that we should see as early as summer 2013.  Looks like they are still trimming down on black hat SEO and trying to reward those that stick...

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