Category Archives: panda update


The current prevalence of social networks in our daily lives is not to be underestimated. Although some sites such as Facebook have been showing a generally downward growth trend as of late, the medium that we refer to as “social media” is stronger now than it’s ever been before. With nearly a billion users to read more…


It seems not a week can go by without Google raising more alarms within the SEO community. Online businesses that have been watching their web analytics over the last few weeks may have noticed some alarming trends. Traffic has been dropping steadily for many online companies and the page rankings have been falling along with read more…


Most people have positive, cuddly associations to pandas.  Google changed that for a lot of online businesses back in February by implementing ongoing Panda updates.  Last week, an online source revealed data related to the updates’ influence on search rankings.  It seems things are going as planned; the SERPs are populated with better results, indirectly read more…


It is true that many of us watch videos online more than we read text articles, but just how many? A recent report for comScore shows that 85% of the United States internet audience watched videos on the internet in September, 2011 alone. That percentage represents 182 million Americans. Interested in optimizing your video with read more…


When Google CEO Eric Schmidt spoke that the United States Senate hearings back in September, he was asked if the company’s methods could be a bit more transparent. The CEO of the search engine titan replied “There is a limit to the amount of transparency – it is proprietary and if it was more open read more…


WebiMax launched WebiMax scams as an online resource to provide consumers with necessary information regarding the safety of search engine optimization. Since there is no specific regulation for the SEO industry, some firms may take advantage of their client to falsely achieve higher search engine ranking. Sometimes it is challenging to determine if the firm read more…