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Ultimate Guide to Google Penalties

Friday, April 25th, 2014 - Posted By Skyler Malley to Uncategorized

Google is constantly refining their ever so secret algorithm to improve the search engine results. As part of this process, they have waged a war on spam. As Google attempts to catch the internet liars and cheaters, innocent companies and websites are sadly affected and hit with manual spam actions and spam filters. As website […]

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Social Media and SEO: Content Distribution

Monday, August 19th, 2013 - Posted By Skyler Malley to Uncategorized

Often I am asked questions like “Does posting on my Facebook page build me links?” Or “Does social media help with SEO?”. These are great questions and the general answer is, yes. However, it is important to understand which social media platforms help the most and how each one assists with search engine optimization. Each […]

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Guest Posting Guidelines

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013 - Posted By Nicole Smith to Uncategorized

When writing guest posts, there are many factors that attribute to whether it succeeds or fails. Below we have outlined some of the “must haves” in today’s SEO world. Following these guidelines will help each guest post written and published become more beneficial to the SEO being implemented and the likelihood of the post being […]

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What to Look for When Seeking Guest Post Opportunities

Thursday, June 20th, 2013 - Posted By Nicole Smith to Uncategorized

Guest posts are an excellent way to spread your knowledge and gain brand recognition and awareness. For the majority of our clients at Firestarter SEO, we produce and publish at least two high quality guest posts a month. However, not all guest posting opportunities are created equal and it takes time, resources and research to […]

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Good News About Penguin 2.0

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 - Posted By Skyler Malley to Uncategorized

Penguin 2.0 Released Google released the long awaited Penguin update yesterday, May 22nd. The buzz about Google making a penguin update has been circling the SEO community for months since Matt Cutts, head of webspam at Google, hinted at it during SMX West search panel back in March. The Penguin update is targeted at link […]

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