Category Archives: SEO


About a week ago, Google rolled out their updated Penguin algorithm, Penguin 3.0, but it has been more than a year since they last launched their updated version. It is said that the Penguin 3.0 has affected about 1% of search queries. For those of you not aware, Penguin is an algorithm that identifies what read more…


Can you believe 2014 is almost over already? We’ve seen a lot of big things happen in SEO, and it appears that 2015 will be no different. What changes are on the horizon? Webimax’s Senior Content Writer, Chris Hardwick, sat down with Director of Project Management, Chris Surovick, to pick his brain for a few read more…


It’s been a week since Google’s Pierre Far announced the release of “a slow rollout of an improved Panda algorithm” so by now you might be feeling the bite if your site was relegated to the naughty list. Since many of our readers are not SEO people but instead are panicking business owners, CMO’s, and read more…


Apparently Penguin 3.0 is on the horizon, so site owners and webmasters across the internet are scrambling to secure their position in Google’s good graces. With details scant about when exactly it will go into effect, and what the change will ultimately target, you might be tempted to make sweeping changes to your link building read more…


One of the most important shifts in recent SEO history is the way that important metrics are captured and analyzed. Traditionally, SEO focused on the movement of individual keywords in the search engine results pages to show the success of a campaign. Today, a strong SEO strategy incorporates social media and public relations as well read more…


What does a “successful” SEO campaign looks like in 2014? If you’re a business owner or marketing professional, that question probably causes mixed emotions. Everyone knows that search engine optimization can be a highly effective marketing strategy, but how do you know if you’re doing it right? We’re hosting a webinar called “SEO 2014 – read more…