Not many people know this but Google utilizes 10 different formulas (or algorithms) when they decide what to display on the 1st page. Here's a quick video to point out the 10 different ways you can get your business to show up on Google.
This spam email came to me this morning. Remember to be careful about NEVER clicking on links in a suspicious email. Even if you recognize the sender, you should be wary of clicking any links that feel suspicious. Things that made this email feel suspicous to me:
It's usually pretty easy to find your Google Place Page for your business. Just Google for your company name and your city state. That should pull up a Google SERP that shows a link to your Place Page. If you don't see it, try adding your zip code to the search. Still not there? Try the same
At the Nashville SEO Meetup gathering, we did a quick review of the Hydro Pro Pressure Washing Services Google Place Page & website. I'll review the initial findings we saw together but I stumbled upon a couple major problem when I was able to dig deeper. Read on for more of the story:
When: Saturday, January 8, 2011 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Where: ESpaces 4322 Harding Pike Suite 417 Nashville, TN 37205 Contact info: phone: 615.777.8514 email: email@example.com The January meeting of the Nashville SEO Meetup Group will be hosted by Ross Jones of 2 the Top Web Design & Promotion.
I hate spam. But the cunning of some spammers interests me and this one from tinywww.info falls into that category.