What are Industry Articles?
Within search engine optimization, having quality content is one of the most important factors to consider. For this post, please understand that any references to the term “industry article” refers to the placement and submission of content “off the website.” Read more..
On May 22, 2013, Google modified it’s ranking algorithm and the change is called Penguin 2.0. As of today, May 24, 2013 there are still fluctuating search results which are being experienced across the Internet. Read more..
What is Google Webmaster Tools?
If you own a website and want to learn more information about potential issues and/or user data, you can use Google Webmaster Tools, and it is a great resource. Google Webmaster Tools is a free service software that basically gives you the tools to ensure your site is easily crawled Read more..
What is a Blog?
A blog (or weblog) is basically a journal type entry on the Web. A person who publishes and/or maintains a blog is called a blogger. Over the last several years, the Internet has witnessed an explosion in blogging. As I write this blog post (wink), the vast majority of business and organization sites have integrated blogs and they are functioning much in the same manner.
A link is sometimes called a URL, which means “uniform resource locator,” in other words, the address of a file or page. A broken link, which is also called a dead link, points to a file or page that either does not exist or does not exist in that location. The page might not be where you think it should be for various reasons. It could have been moved or you may not have permission to view it.