Archive for July, 2013
The very first Google doodle was all the way back in 1998. It was a picture of the Burning Man. The doodle was a message from the co founders, letting the rest of the company know that they would be out of the office attending the Burning Man Festival in Nevada. And their first Tweet, on the 26th of February, was binary code for one of their button options for a search: “I’m feeling lucky.”
Google is important. No really, Google is super important. They are the most used search engine by a large margin. They receive almost 70 percent of the share of the internet search engine market. Because of that fact alone, it is so very crucial that you rank as high as you possibly can on their search engine rankings. The people who are
SEO reseller programs, direct SEO providers, and Google are working together to make the Internet a better place. Hard to believe? Stick with me here…
SEO writing has had to climb out of a hole, no doubt. The early days of the business saw a host of automated options that promised results (and often delivered them), but without any regard for quality, readability, or sustainability. Keywords were crammed into articles generated by software, then spun and translated and spun again until the client was left with hundreds of ridiculously low quality articles with progressively decreasing levels of intelligibility. But they were getting the results their clients wanted, so who cared?
Thankfully, it did not take long for clients, users, and the search engines themselves to get sick of these tactics. Customers were turned off by the blatant attempts to stuff relevant keywords into the copy, especially if there was, in fact, no substance to the site. And even sites whose core product or m