SEO under scrutiny: Reasons your Google search results are different than mine brought to you by The META Q

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SEO under scrutiny: Reasons your Google search results are different than mine

By Susan Snipes / Posted 4.3.2012 / In Business, SEO / 9 comments

Google seeks to provide the best results for individual users. This means that they want and expect search results to be different from person to person and that people searching in the same office may see different search results.

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SEO for EE: It all comes down to flexibility brought to you by The META Q

SEO for EE: It all comes down to flexibility

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 11.15.2011 / In Business, SEO, Code, ExpressionEngine / 0 comments

ExpressionEngine is a great CMS for comprehensive SEO projects and provides the infrastructure for customizable URLs and meta data, simple internal linking, and painless integration with Google Analytics and Google Website Optimizer. It's flexible and best of all, ExpressionEngine will deliver measurable results.

SEO under scrutiny: Website bounce rates brought to you by The META Q

SEO under scrutiny: Website bounce rates

By Susan Snipes / Posted 8.23.2011 / In Business, SEO / 0 comments

Ever wonder if your website bounce rate is “normal” or at least close to what it should be? Let's look at some data about bounce rates for different types of websites.

Google AdWords: Get specific, go local brought to you by The META Q

Google AdWords: Get specific, go local

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 5.24.2011 / In Business, SEO, Social Media / 1 comment

When it comes to Google AdWords, it's important to get specific and go local. We'll help you target your area, your community and your customers.

SEO under scrutiny: How many articles are too many? brought to you by The META Q

SEO under scrutiny: How many articles are too many?

By Susan Snipes / Posted 3.29.2011 / In Business, SEO / 4 comments

Can a new website be penalized for publishing too many articles at once? If a new website publishes 500 or more posts at once will their search results be downgraded? I didn't think it should be a concern if all the articles had original content, but I figured I better check and see what the web had to say.

SEO under scrutiny: Are hyphens or underscores better word separators? brought to you by The META Q

SEO under scrutiny: Are hyphens or underscores better word separators?

By Susan Snipes / Posted 3.15.2011 / In Business, SEO / 7 comments

Let's face it: choosing hyphens/dashes or underscores isn't going to make or break a site's search engine optimization (SEO) efforts. However, since all the nuances of a website's name, title and page content play a role in on-site SEO, I thought that delving a little deeper into the great debate of hyphen vs. underscore could not only benefit me, but also my clients.

How to write an article for the web brought to you by The META Q

How to write an article for the web

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 3.15.2011 / In Business, SEO, Tips, Content Tips / 2 comments

You can create a website using HTML and a paperclip. You're basically the MacGyver of web development, but you can't write an article to save your life. Don't panic. You know what you want to write. We'll help you with the how.