Category Archives: SEO


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…


With record-setting snowfall hitting the country this winter, you might find yourself with a little extra downtime. Your business may be temporarily closed, but when it comes to SEO, well, let’s just say it never stops. During all of these snow days, you can use your time productively to organize your SEO efforts. The following read more…


We are excited to announce that one lucky person who meets eligibility requirements and uses our Website Analyzer tool between February 17th and March 16th will win a free press release to help promote their brand, written & distributed by WebiMax. The winner will be announced on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th) via the WebsiteAnalysis.com 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…


Search engine optimization, in simple terms, is an Internet marketing strategy that strives to improve rankings and visibility for a company. It is successful when a website is ranked high on a search engine’s first page. Businesses benefit tremendously from having their websites appear first on a popular search engine such as Google or Yahoo. read more…


Well, the fine folks that develop WordPress have finally offered, what might be considered, one of the most controversial features they have ever introduced. While some might think this is a blessing others will think it to be the end of their site running smoothly. The updates will be enabled by default for Minor Releases read more…