SEO news is finally picking up a little bit, as the last seven days showed. Here’s what happened this week in SEO. Matt Cutts Officially Resigns from Google, Confirms He’s Staying Acting Administrator of the USDS Matt Cutts, Google’s webspam team captain, officially confirmed that he will not return to Google. He resigned on December 31, 2016. Originally Cutts took a three month leave ofREAD MORE
Watch Video on Bing vs Google for SEO Or Read the Full Article Below Google often dominates the SEO conversation with most businesses optimizing solely for the reigning champ of search engines, but it turns out, to have a solid SEO strategy you need to take Bing into account as well. “Great,” you think, “now we have to optimize for Bing, too? Is it reallyREAD MORE
Not much news over the past seven days but some of the news is pretty big. Here’s what happened this week in SEO.
Let’s face it: you’re too busy to send emails out to prospects on a regular basis. Fortunately, modern technology can automate that process for you. If you’ve haven’t set up an email automation program, now is the time to do so. You’ll save precious time while also increasing your reach and boosting sales. As an example, you might want to set up an automated emailREAD MORE
Not much this week as we’re still unwinding from the holidays. However, we did find a few tidbits of interest. Google: SEO Is One of the Main Reasons Why Sites Are Hacked This past week, on the Google+ webmaster channel, Google posted that one of the main reasons a website is hacked is because of SEO. Basically the problem is with backlink spam that canREAD MORE