Around the beginning of September, Google reportedly updated its local search algorithm in a significant way.
For the first time in two years, the Google Penguin algorithm has been updated. Learn more at the agency blog.
What do marketers need to know and do about Google’s latest updates to the search results page? Find out how to follow best practices at the agency blog.
Google released Gboard, a brand new search keyboard for iPhones. How will this impact SEO and what should digital marketers know? Find out at the agency blog.
Google announced that it is “continuing to make the web more mobile friendly.” Find out what the mobile search algorithm update means for sites here.
Google AdWords released an enhanced measurement feature that links offline store visits to specific keywords or ad groups. Get the full scoop here!
Two months ago, Google updated local search and Nina Hale, Inc. has analyzed the initial results to see how it’s impacted search for different industries.
If 2013 started with semantic web-volution, 2014 has done an excellent job of carrying the torch. It seems every year is labeled the most significant in the history of SEO, and there’s some truth there, but 2014 was unquestionably important and pivotal to the present and future of our industry.
Panda 4.1 , the largest Google algorithm update since May 2014, works to identify and reward small and medium-sized sites that feature strong content.
The Google Pigeon Update is Google’s largest local search algorithm update since 2012’s Venice. But will it affect your listings?
What is Schema markup, how is it used, and how does it benefit SEO? Nina Hale, Inc. can answer a few of those questions for you.
The (not provided) Doomsday Clock is inching closer to midnight, here’s what to do in the meantime.
To some varying degree, marketers often complain to cope with Google algorithm updates. But in the wake of Hummingbird, Google’s largest algorithmic facelift in more than a decade, the backlash seems tame compared to previous Panda and Penguin updates.