Google’s Penguin 2.0 search algorithm update went live on May 22, 2013. For those of you that don’t know (aka anyone who doesn’t perform Search Engine Optimization for a living), Penguin 2.0 was an algorithm update targeting websites with a high proportion of low quality backlinks—i.e. spammy blog comments, directory link farms, automated article syndication sites, etc. Those websites had their rankings in the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) decrease significantly.
Do follow web directories are a great way to get your website indexed quickly and gain page rank over time. Both free and paid directory sites exist, with a variety of different listing choices available for specific needs. The following sites have all been around for quite awhile and carry enough page rank to offer you links that mean something. Continue reading →
For over 25 years Something Different Linen has been dedicated to quality, style, and innovation in fabrics serving the party, rental and hospitality industries. Their products include the very best and most versatile in table covers, overlays, runners, chair cushions and covers, tableforms, skirting, and more — manufactured with pride in the U.S.A. from domestically-woven textiles. Continue reading →
I’ve recently read a number of articles that seem to be suggesting that SEO is dead, or that it’s not worth investing money in this form of online marketing. As someone with more than 10 years of SEO experience, I’ve found such discussions to be interesting.
One element that always attracts my attention is the fact that it’s easy for ideas to gain traction online. Since there seems to be so much confusion in the world of SEO, it can be incredibly easy to convince novices that certain viewpoints are true. There’s a big difference, however, between presenting a particular viewpoint and actually being correct. Continue reading →
When Pump Express, an industry leader in pump and motor distribution, needed help optimizing their company’s website, they turned to another industry leader: Dotcomweavers. Businesses in the tri-state area know that Dotcomweavers is the team to trust when it comes to New Jersey web design and development because they routinely realize and surpass their clients’ goals and expectations. Continue reading →
New Jersey web development team DotcomWeavers has worked with Wa-Kan to develop a social agenda management tool capable of managing personal, professional, and family obligations all in one simple to use interface.
The Wa-Kan website allows users to manage their activities by simply referring to their Facebook activity. Wa-Kan makes organizing social affairs easier and more user-friendly, an especially important task given the mobile nature of today’s social planning. Continue reading →