As with every update in Google’s algorithms, and especially with the recent Google Penguin 2.0 – Biggest SEO Change, several of the local Omaha SEO Companies that practice black hat SEO techniques are re-evaluating their strategies to attempt to maintain previous search engine ranking. At Big Red SEO, we receive phones calls weekly from companies who
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The Mayans were wrong – the apocalypse wasn’t supposed to be December 2012, it was supposed to be May 2013! At least, that’s what you’d hear if you tuned into the world of Search Engine Optimization at the moment. Fortunately, life continues as normal here at Big Red SEO. As you continue reading, you’ll learn why our clients don’t have to worry about their rankings.
In many ways, Google is like a mad scientist; constantly changing how things integrate with each other, all in the hopes of producing better results. We like to think that there’s someone on their end that laughs hysterically when they propose a new idea or feature to add to the algorithm! Over the past year,
If you’ve read our blog for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard us mention these two prominent Google updates – Panda and Penguin. Lackadaisical names aside, these two Google updates have had a massive impact on how SEO works and which websites rank where. Furthermore, understanding what Google was trying to accomplish with Panda and
Announced July 8th, Yahoo plans to shut down the Site Explorer Tool and Community by September 2011. While this may not have a major effect on general web users, this can have quite an impact in the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) world. Yahoo teamed up with Microsoft and now the replacement for the Yahoo Site