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Summer Hackathon Day Four: SEO Research

        Filed under: Google, Search Engine Optimization, Summer Internship Hackathon

Day Four: To start off the day, we had our first standup, which is a crucial part of agile methodology. We talked about what each team had accomplished the day before and and talked about what we wanted to get done today and any obstacles that might stand in our way. For the SEO Tool … Continued

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Should I call it News or Blog? What’s the difference?

        Filed under: Google, Powered by WordPress

Question: I know what a blog is but worry my clients won’t get it. Would “news” be better? But that doesn’t convey to me what blog does. News/blog? What should we label the button to the page with all those things we publish? Answer: The purpose of this thing (blog, news, whatever) is to drive traffic to … Continued

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Custom email address is more professional

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A custom, personalized email address that matches your website domain name (URL) looks much more professional than a hotmail, gmail, yahoo, or some other email account. For example, an email from [email protected] looks much more professional than an email from [email protected] Fortunately, Google allows you to convert your existing gmail account into a more professional, … Continued

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Google promotes responsive, adaptive, mobile-friendly sites

Google promotes responsive, adaptive, mobile-friendly sites

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Want to rank higher on Google? Make sure your website is mobile friendly.  Google tests your mobile friendly factor (MFF) and determines whether you meet the criteria or not.  If not, it tells you what needs to be done to fix it.  Test your site using the tool below.  If it doesn’t pass with an … Continued

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Google rewards mobile friendly-websites

Google rewards mobile friendly-websites

        Filed under: Google, SEO

Google boosts websites that are responsive Heard the rumor that Google penalizes websites that are not mobile friendly?  It’s true.  Wondering how your site rates with Google on the mobile-friendly-factor (MFF)? Curious, we ran the test on inQbation.com and Google thinks we’re awesome 🙂 Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test   Need help? If your site is not … Continued

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Adaptive Website ranks better on Google

Adaptive Website ranks better on Google

        Filed under: Google, Search Engine Optimization

Is Google suppressing your search rankings? A prospective client recently asked this question, What would it take to adjust our website, so it is automatically sized for a monitor, phone or iPad? We had a marketing person reference some new Google formula that will diminish sites that do not have such mobile friendly features. What … Continued

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#Mobilgeddon – How Google rewards mobile friendly responsive websites

#Mobilgeddon – How Google rewards mobile friendly responsive websites

        Filed under: Google, Mobile, SEO, WordPress, WPaaP, WPaaS

Excellent blog post on Google’s algorithm change to reward mobile friendly sites and punish those not responsive.  Long and short of it is not to worry, you are probably fine.  There is also a link to an SEO analysis tool that tests your website to see if it will pass Google’s test or not.

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How Google’s algorithm changed for mobile friendly websites

        Filed under: Google, Search Engine Optimization, WordPress

Have you heard about the #mobilegeddon algorithm update from Google that threatens to punish and penalize any and all websites that are not mobile friendly? Well, don’t panic.  Most websites are fine.  If you do well enough to rank on Google now then you will probably do well enough to rank on Google after the … Continued

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Website Building Provider in Washington DC

        Filed under: Google, Web Development

WASHINGTON, DC – According to Google Domains, the domain name registrar provided by Google, inQbation is a “website building provider”.  Seriously, look at their email: They refer to companies that “build websites” or otherwise design or develop websites as “website building providers.”  So strange the word they used to describe a web designer or developer. … Continued

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Internship at Digital Marketing Firm in Virginia

Internship at Digital Marketing Firm in Virginia

        Filed under: Google, SEO

Week 4 Blog: Google’s AdWords and AdSense Originally Google was designed purely as a search engine: to deliver the most relevant search results to users. However, as Google expanded, it became a business and needed to commercialize. The idea of AdWords started with Bill Gross who thought of it based off of Yellow Pages. Google … Continued

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Custom web development and design is out, pre-designed WordPress templates are in

        Filed under: Google, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

WASHINGTON DC WordPress Designer and Drupal Developer, inQbation. I have long suspected that custom web design is on the way out and is being replaced by more cost-effective pre-designed templates that can be quickly and easily customized and tailored. Google trends pretty much sums it up.  Since 2005, searches for web design has steadily dropped … Continued

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SEO 101: How to rank on the first page of Google

        Filed under: Google, How to

The way search engines work is that they attempt to deliver web pages that most closely match (or reflect) the searches that people enter into the Google search box. So, if somebody were searching for, “ergonomic baby bottles” then Google will look for pages that seem to reflect “ergonomic baby bottles”. Google will look for … Continued

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Get Google Analytics premium for ONLY $150,000 per year

        Filed under: Google, Google analytics, SEO

That right, for only $150,000 (USD) per year and for a limited time, you too can get Google analytics premium.  It is a small price to pay to work directly with Google.  But wait, call now and you can get a free gmail account for the same low price of $150,000 per year.  Order right … Continued

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