NEW YORK, NY – In the early 1990’s, the Internet was in its infancy. At that time, a great majority of information on this new and interesting "World Wide Web" was from colleges and universities. With the growth of this vast amount of information came interest in a better way for finding things which birthed some of the webs very first search engines, many of which you’ve likely never even heard of. Some who used the Internet at that time might be more likely to remember more … [Read more...]
My Single Long Tail, Exact Match Domain Name Grab at NamesCon Global 2019
NEW YORK, NY – This year I purchased just one Internet domain name at NamesCon, and although a little long in length, I feel it’s a good match and good domain name that reflects exactly what my business does, so this name I acquired as an “end user”. I also purchased it at a very good price – Just $800 measly dollars; for that little I couldn't see not grabbing it. The domain name is InternetMarketingServices.com, which reflects exactly what my newer spin-off business … [Read more...]
LSI, Latent Semantic Indexing – What Is Google Looking for on Your Website?
Update: I originally wrote this post in 2007 (TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2007) on Google's Blogger platform. I've recently moved it here as I have referenced it so many times and prefer it to be located here. NEW YORK, NY - I have discussed LSI, Latent Semantic Indexing, in the past but I have never gone into it in great detail or provided real examples of the science in action so I want to go into it a bit right now. It is nothing short of amazing to see how one word can mean another … [Read more...]
More Than Great Start to Getting Handle on Google’s RankBrain Algorithm
The new Whiteboard Friday from Moz went over RankBrain, Google's new ‘algorithm’ to adjust, its ‘algorithm’. The concept discussed RankBrain being more designed to evaluate the actual query, while the normal algorithm we’re all used to is designed to evaluate the pages which are returned as results. This is why you can't just optimize your pages for keywords and key phrases like the good ole’ days; you need to first determine how "user intent" could effect a query, change … [Read more...]