Tag Archives: Search Engine Algorithms

SEO & Natural Language Discrimination By Semantic Analysis

As smart as Google is, their search engine uses an algorithm based on natural language and the relationships or connectivity of semantic occurrences (otherwise known as shingles, i.e. groups of words or phrases) to ascertain context. These semblances, e.g. relationships are the fabric of relevance and intent and represent the convergence of allowing search engines […]

Warning! Search Engine Algorithm Changes Detected!

When rankings vacillate and a website loses position for a conversion-critical keyword, it can be sheer pandemonium for businesses owners, corporate giants or affiliates alike. There are three things to be said about SEO and search engines (1) they work together wonderfully (like Reese’s Peanut Butter and Chocolate) and you rise to the top unchecked […]

SEO and Google Search Engine Result Pages

With the mass amount of beta tests executed on search algorithms within the Googleplex, search results can often seem like “mixed-fruit” or a “tossed salad” for business owners trying to get a grip on where they rank and for which keywords. The purpose of this posts is to reveal search engine insights from the eyes […]

Google Founder Sergey Brin on Search, Google, and Life

I believe as an SEO, we often have the tendency to get “to caught up” chasing search engine algorithms and phantoms in an attempt to reverse-engineer ripples and effects rather than quantifying the causes that created them. This is why today, I would like to share something simply brilliant by turning back the clock to […]

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