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3 Ways to Protect Your Site from Penguin 3.0

Group of Penguins

Google’s Long-Awaited Penguin Update Finally Rolls Out; So How Do You Avoid Being Impacted?

Over the weekend, Google confirmed the release of Penguin 3.0, an update that SEOs have been anticipating for more than a year.


Panda 4.1: What Content Marketers Need to Know

Panda 4.1 Updates Impacts Content

Should You Reevaluate Your Content In Light Of Google's Latest Algorithm Update?

If you have noticed a significant change in your search rankings in the last two weeks, it could be related to Google’s latest algorithm change: Panda 4.1. The update, which began rolling out on September 25, has affected 3-5% of search queries worldwide to this point.


You Want Me To Put That Keyword...Where?

Placing Keywords is Easy with this 5-step SEO strategy

A 5-Fingered Approach to Your SEO Strategy

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) continues to dominate the conversation in digital circles. It's one thing to have a website floating out in cyberspace, but it's another thing entirely to have a website that can be found by your customers. 


A Keyword Strategy as Easy as Counting to Five [INFOGRAPHIC]

SEO Keywords Word Cloud

Examining the Five Fingers of SEO

SEO. We see this acronym everywhere. Three simple letters that should be as easy to decipher as “ABC”. Yet, the elements that comprise Search Engine Optimization range from the basic principles like page title to the more complicated nuances like canonicalization.


Are You Using The Right Keywords?

Keywords are critical to your SEO

Slideshow: 5 Free Keyword Search Tools To Use When Mapping Your SEO Strategy

Keyword: (n) an informative word used in an information retrieval system to indicate the content of a document.


Is Your Website Attracting the Right Customers?

SEO is comprised of many components that increase page performance

Join Us for a Nashville SEO Analysis Event on Wed., Sept. 10

Who doesn’t want their business website to rank at the top of search engines? Who doesn’t want their website optimized so that it will get great exposure to potential customers? The more traffic you receive on your website usually leads to more traffic in your door too.

There are no Search Engine Optimization (SEO) schools, however. And since Google and other search engines don’t publish nice and neat checklists of what to do to make your website SEO-friendly, how are you supposed to know how to rank higher?


Google Boosts SEO for HTTPS Sites

Is your website secure enough for Google's HTTPS update?

Does your website need to adapt to Google's new algorithm?

Just when you think you’ve nailed Google’s Panda, Hummingbird and Pigeon updates and properly optimized your website content for these SEO requirements, Google has made another change.


Google Updates Local Search Algorithm: SEO's Report Ranking Changes

Google Updates Local Search Algorithm

Google Local Update Ties Into Web Search Signals

Over the weekend Google released another search algorithm update, this time to their Local Search Algorithm.  An article by Search Engine Land, the updated has appropriately dubbed this the "Pigeon" update, which will most likely stick, as this appears to be a significant update.


12 Free SEO Tools You Can't Afford Not To Be Using

12 Free SEO Tools

Free SEO Tools the IMA SEO Team Uses Daily 

Knowing what SEO tools to use and which ones to stay away from are one of the key elements of a great SEO when it comes to time management, efficiency, and providing results for clients or your own website. Even though we use SEO Tools that we pay for, we are going to provide you with our 12 favorite free tools below.


The Latest on The Panda 4.0 Update

Google Panda SEO Update Update

Why eBay’s Rankings Dropped, Who Panda 4.0 is Going After, & How to Tell if You’ve Been Hit

It has been just over two weeks since Google quietly rolled out their Panda 4.0 update. When Panda was originally released in February of 2011, many websites experienced a huge drop in rankings and thus, traffic. Because of that, lots of website owners have been nervous about this big update.

Quite a few rumors and questions have been floating around SEO blogs about the update since its release, and we’ve found the answers to a few big ones.

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