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SEO | Search Engine Optimization

Jonathan Rose SEO is Black and White Search Engine Optimization is an Internet marketing technique that helps to boost the visibility of a Web page in Google and other search engines. It involves adding the right tools and content to the right places on a website. That’s the simple definition, and it doesn’t need to get any more complicated than…
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Why White Hat SEO Works

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There are many free SEO techniques to improve your site ranking. Some of them are more effective and some less. There is also Black Hat SEO and White Hat SEO. Black Hat is all about using shady SEO techniques to improve your ranking using manipulative tactics. White Hat is opposite.

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Google Autocomplete Gives More Predictions

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Google has been working feverishly on streamlining the way they show their search results by having results show up as you type. Autocomplete is a feature within the Google algorithm that provides predicted searches as a searcher is typing. With the team of Google Instant and Autocomplete working together in Google they provide Continue Reading »

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Yahoo's Organic Search Now Powered By Bing

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After months of testing and debugging Microsoft’s Bing search engine platform has now officially taken over Yahoo’s organic search on August 24th 2010. Yahoo’s web, images, and videos search in the United States and Canada English speaking is now powered by Bing technology with more markets and languages to come.

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How Does Google Really Work

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Many people know what search engines are and the #1 search engine in the world called Google. However there are many people that I have talked to that really do not understand how a search engine works. I found a video that has Matt Cutts, head of Google’s web spam team, Continue Reading »

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