I'm angry at Google and I'm not alone as the SEO community has started to realize the full impact of Google's decision to block keyword referral data for searches done when people are signed into their Google account. What started … Continued
In the latest Fahrenheit Marketing blog, SEO Specialist Will Gallahue takes us a bit further into Fahrenheit’s Search Engine Optimization philosophy. At Fahrenheit, SEO goes beyond back-links and keyword rich content and focuses on building an overall web presence through … Continued
In Fahrenheit's latest video blog "A Click is Not a Client", SEO Specialist Will Gallahue briefly runs though the Fahrenheit Marketing Search Engine Optimization philosophy. When evaluating the success of a website, there are many factors to consider beyond traffic … Continued
A new article in the Wall Street Journal suggests that one site owner has found a remedy for sites that have seen a huge loss of traffic from the Panda update: subdomains. According to the article, Hubpages.com lost 50 percent … Continued
Our company generates hundreds of pages of content each month for clients and our own site. We write blog posts and informative articles as well as develop on-site content. However, our ability to measure the effectiveness of an individual piece … Continued
A new study shows that ranking first for a keyword nets an average of 36.4 percent of organic clicks but ranking second nets just 12.5 percent, emphasizing the importance of a number one ranking. Before we examine the data closer, … Continued
It's no secret that copied content plagues the web. In a video posted earlier this week, Matt Cutts discusses some of the difficulties in crediting content to the original author and ways that webmasters can protect the value of their … Continued
Since Google first announced and then implemented an algorithm change aimed at sites deemed to have low quality content, it's become apparent that this is the most visible algorithm update in years. The goal of the update was to promote … Continued
There's a brand new saying in the SEO community and if it hasn't been taken, Fahrenheit would like to trademark the following phrase ... "you got farmed."
In a new Google Webmaster video, Mat Cutts explains that the 100 link per page rule is no longer a suggested practice and sites with more than 100 links are able to be indexed just fine. However he cationed that sites should still pay close attention to links appearing on their pages.