Missing Authorship Photos?

If you’ve become accustomed to seeing your charming mug in the SERPs when you are Google’ing your keywords, it might be rather unsettling to see those images suddenly...

10 new changes to Google algorithms

Yesterday, over on the Google Inside Search blog, Matt Cutts shared 10 recent changes to the Google search algorithms from the last few weeks. As always these posts can get...

Google Searches Minus the Plus Operator

Anyone who has used Google for any length of time is probably familiar with using the "+" operator in search queries in order to refine their results. This "+"...

Dr. Nick’s Post-Panda Prescription

"Hiii Every-body!" Since the release of Google’s Panda algorithm update in February, Webmaster’s have been attempting to determine what it will take to get their...

Bing Pulls Ahead of Yahoo

It looks as though Bing is finally starting to crawl up the search engine usage ladder. For the first time, Bing has outranked Yahoo in the global search engine market. StatCounter...

Google’s “SERP-cuts”

I was performing some searches the other day and noticed a little blue arrow on the SERPs (Search ENgine Results Pages). Since I do not normally use Google Instant, I didn’t...

Google Chrome Spam-Site Blocker Extension

Google has released an extension for their popular web browser "Chrome" in an effort to counter act the amount of low-quality or "webspam" sites that turn...

Website Related Hackers and Malware Getting Smarter

Any legitimate website owners worst nightmare is to have their website hacked or used as a platform for serving malware (spyware, trojans, keyloggers, packet sniffers, etc)....

Cuil New Look For Beanstalk Staff

As a lot of people have heard the ex-Googlers at Cuil have launch their “Efficient Google Killer”, which seems to have become the laughing stock of the SEO Community...

Buying Vehicles Google’s Way – Google Vehicle Search

Yesterday while talking to a potential client I noticed a new feature that Google had implemented into the SERPs in the US (If your outside of the US add ≷=us to the search...