About Robert Gibb

Robert Gibb is a writer, visionary and optimist. What motivates him more than music and movies is his passion for writing web content that's easy to read, easy to understand, informative and inspiring. He despises wasted words and loves the entire Webimax team and all her clients. Read more by Robert Gibb on the Webimax blog and on his personal website.

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It’s important to impress all of the Internet’s search engines because you never know where your next big customer will come from. But it’s even more important to impress Google because, at the end of the day, it’s the search engine that the majority of people use to conduct online queries. In case you don’t read more…


According to Moz, Google changes its algorithm 500-600 times per year. Essentially, this means the landscape of the most popular search engine changes daily. And if you don’t live and breathe SEO, it can drive you nuts. That’s why I’ve compiled a handy little list of search engine friendly tactics you can implement from here read more…


Moz, creator of popular SEO tools like Open Site Explorer (tracks links pointing to websites) and MozBar (ranks websites’ authority), does more than create amazing tools that make the lives of website owners and online marketers easy. Moz also hosts an amazing resource that helps you understand every important Google update and algorithm change made read more…


It was all too easy. You didn’t need to sign in … you didn’t need an Adwords account … and you didn’t get bid suggestions when you didn’t want them. It was an easy, ultra-credible source of search traffic statistics directly from the source – Google. Replaced by the Keyword Planner, the Google Keyword Tool read more…


When I mention the Internet and danger, I’m not referring to explicit content; I’m also not referring to the addictiveness of Netflix or the questionable sources of premium TV shows I don’t have to pay for. What I’m talking about is textual content that’s sloppy, uninformative and produced with the sole intention of acquiring higher read more…


Gone like a home run – not into the abyss. Recently, I came across two great articles by Neil Patel, co-founder of KISSmetrics, and Brian Gardner, founder of Studiopress. They both had one word in common – LONG. They also confirmed what I already believed to be true: 1) long form content dominates search rankings read more…