The Most (and Least) Useful Meta Tags of 2019

The Most (and Least) Useful Meta Tags of 2019

Meta tags are small bits of text that do not appear on a web page itself, but are seen by search engines. As search engines crawl through millions of pages in search of the user’s desired content, meta tags provide information to the search engine about the data contained on the page. In this way, meta tags help search engines understand what a page is about and, in theory, can be used to make content on a page more…

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Does Your Law Firm's Website Have Too Much Content Indexed By Google?

Does Your Law Firm’s Website Have Too Much Content Indexed By Google?

One of the best features on the internet is the ability to use search engines. If you have a question or are looking for a particular service, you can enter the name of the service or business to get a list of websites for you to choose. Search engines are helpful tools for law firms because their company’s websites may be included in someone’s search results. Many search engines are on the internet, and Google Search (commonly referred to…

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Google Shakes Up Search Results for the Holidays

Google Shakes Up Search Results for the Holidays

Last week, there was a lot of talk among the SEO community about a change in Google’s search algorithm. The bulk of the fluctuation happened between December 12th and 14th. On Wednesday, Google confirmed that there was indeed a change, saying they implemented several minor improvements during that time. Google always downplays their updates as minor, refusing to give these updates names like they had done previously. This relegates all subsequent unnamed updates as “Fred”. However, this recent change…

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