Links & Google: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

Wow, I have been so wrapped up in working on projects I have not posted anything since October 2013. That is pretty sad! The truth is both Google and all of my new clients in the real estate industry have kept me very busy, but I had to take a few minutes to write about all that has changed in SEO! #MostTrustedCharlestonSeoProfessional
http://www.seomatthewrubin.com/links-google-the-good-the-bad-the-ugly/

Links & Google: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

Wow, I have been so wrapped up in working on projects I have not posted anything since October 2013. That is pretty sad! The truth is both Google and all of my new clients in the real estate industry have kept me very busy, but I had to take a few minutes to write about all that has changed in SEO! October 2013 and the Hummingbird Propaganda Right about the time I wrote my last blog post back in October of 2013 Google has just launched their new algorithm, Hummingbird. At first in September no one really noticed anything, but by mid-October the elephant in the room could not be ignored; Google search had completely changed. Exact match keyword targeting and lengthy keyword rich onsite content suddenly did not have any teeth to it anymore. Websites with a home page with 50 words on it started out ranking established business websites with tons of great content, up was down and down was up. Essentially Google was broken and no SEO wanted to admit it. Instead I read tons of blog posts an
http://www.seomatthewrubin.com/links-google-the-good-the-bad-the-ugly/

SEO Strategy Now Includes Content Marketing at 45 Percent of Companies

The time for content marketing has come. This is old news to many, of course, but it’s refreshing when major studies back up the idea. Forty-five percent of all companies now integrate content marketing into their SEO strategy, more than any other digital marketing focus, according to the State of Search Marketing Report 2013 from Econsultancy and SEMPO.

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http://www.skyword.com/contentstandard/news/seo-strategy-now-includes-content-marketing-at-45-percent-of-companies/

How To Find the Perfect Wedding Venue

You’ve got the ring, you may have set the date, but the perfect venue? Where do you begin? Picking the venue can be challenging because it tends to set the tone that you and your partner envision for the wedding. Want a sleek, modern wedding? A farmhouse may not necessarily be your best option, but Mason Murer or Westside Culitural Arts Center could be great options! Seeking a classy, elegant wedding? The Venetian Room would be amazing. Here are some questions you should consider during your quest for the perfect wedding venue: Parameters: Is the venue in an accessible location or area? Accessibility: Are there enough parking spaces? If not, are there other transportation options for your guests? Space: How many guests do you plan on inviting? Is the venue large enough to accommodate all of your guests? Logistics: Do you plan on having the venue sectioned off for dancing, eating, and drinking? If so, will the guests be able to float freely from section to section? Sound: How are
http://www.gloriousevents.net/blog/how-to-find-the-perfect-wedding-venue/

Earn a ton of money and help seniors, why not Franchise With Always Best Care

No matter how bad the economy might be this decade or that decade you can always count on folks to get older. When seniors chose to stay in their own home they need help to do so. If you want to want make a difference in the World and make a ton of money in the process then you should look at a home care franchise as a way to accomplish both!
http://www.franchisewithalwaysbestcare.com

Conserving the Legacy of Conservation Organizations

The tradition of hunting has been handed down through generations of sportsmen. For years, the population of many species was declining due to loss of habitat and other factors. There were no existing organizations to help conservation efforts, and to establish a National policy to protect the wildlife. This changed in the 1900’s and a number of wildlife conservation organizations were established. To protect the wildlife, sportsmen banded together to conserve prime wildlife acreage and to study reasons for the declines. Some organizations protect a variety of wildlife, and others were established to protect specific species.
http://commemorativefirearms.com/conserving-the-legacy-of-conservation-organizations/