Local Search Engine Optimization is a different ball game as compared to an average SEO campaign. Not only do you have to work on the nitty-gritties of customary SEO, you will also have to incorporate an additional layer of complex local SEO parameters. This goes beyond simply having directory listings.
Looks like the search giant is not in a hurry to release the next Penguin update this year end. With holidays looming over, it could happen only next year.
But what was special about this update? This Penguin update was supposed to be a real-time version of the algorithm. That means, if Google discovers a particular link attributed to your site is removed (whether it’s a good link or a bad one), the Penguin algorithm will process it in real time and the consequent changes in ranking will also be effected almost real time.
Search Engine Optimization or SEO is the crux of a brand’s online ranking and its prominence in organic search results. A comprehensive and carefully strategized SEO plan can help build a digital value proposition to your audience. While it is one of the most vital components of building and sustaining online presence for your business, SEO guidelines keep changing – what worked yesterday to boost your rank juice may not work today.
Redesigning or revamping your brand is crucial to being relevant to your customers’ dynamic preferences, staying two steps ahead of competition, and showcasing your brand as adaptive and responsive. A fresh, user-friendly website packs the punch that you wish your brand’s new avatar communicates. However, in the midst of all the brand facelifts and website rejuvenation, organizations tend to forget a crucial aspect of the website’s digital footprint – SEO ranking.
Whether to make a delicious dish or to write a snippet of code, the first thing that flashes in your mind is Google. And ‘How to’ is that small magical phrase which leads you to the right answers. In this digital era, life is simply a switch from one electronic device to another – from a laptop at work, to a mobile while running errands, to a tab during commutes. But, does the user have a consistent experience with all these devices? Google has decided to answer this question.