How I Removed A Bad Review From Google Reviews

My client recently had an incident, where a direct business competitor, attacked my client personally and professionally on Facebook. I know this is a Google Reviews article, not about Facebook, but this is where the story started. The exchange was bizarre and after several statements made by the competitor were malicious lies, my client looked the competitor up on Facebook. He was able to determine that the person launching these lies against my client on Facebook actually owned a competing, local moving company. My client confronted him with this knowledge on Facebook, but the competitor denied being the owner of a competing moving company. The Facebook attack stopped, but shortly after, the competitor's girlfriend left a very negative 1-star [...]

By |November 21st, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

What Is SEM Marketing?

What is SEM Marketing? The digital marketing field is full of acronyms like SEO, SMM, SEM, PPC, etc. If they make no sense to you, don't feel alone. Most web newcomers and business owners don’t know what these terms mean, let alone how they can benefit from them. At Searchorb, we like to explain these terms to our clients to help you make informed decisions regarding your marketing campaigns. Here's a look at SEM and what it means: What is SEM? SEM stands for Search Engine Marketing. It is the process of creating paid ad campaigns that appear on Search Engine Results Pages or SERPs. Most SEM campaigns are run on Google Search, but you can also run them [...]

By |August 13th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

4 Reasons You Need Responsive Design

4 Reasons You Need Responsive Design Web development has come a long way over the years, and the technology keeps improving. It is challenging to keep up with the many changes and deliver a consistent user experience to your customers. At Searchorb, we believe businesses should invest in responsive design to ensure their website is relatively future-proof. Here’s a look at some reasons why you need it: 1. Better Overall Performance A responsive website delivers a smooth and consistent performance on all platforms, including mobile phones and tablets. It is designed to respond to different screen sizes, browsers, devices, and operating systems, delivering the best possible user experience to visitors. 2. Great First Impression Responsive websites are user-friendly. They [...]

By |August 11th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

Problems with Using a SEO Company In India

Read This Before You Hire an SEO Company in India Today I am going to discuss a topic that, well, it "grinds my gears" as Peter Griffin would say, and that topic is, clients who have been burned by using an unscrupulous SEO company in India. It irritates me, and I feel bad for the people who go down this path. My company has helped several clients, desperate to recoup from disastrous SEO programs and wasted budget. Most of these clients started down the path of working with an SEO in India from emails similar to the one we will be discussing in this article. To be fair, it is not just SEO's in India, and we are to saying [...]

By |April 29th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

2020 Guide to Help You Get Found on Google Search

Get Found on Google Search in 2020! We hope you enjoy this guide. We believe it will help you understand how a website gets found in Google search in 2020. We have put together some facts, our opinions, as well as some views from Google and other SEO's. We love working in SEO, and we hope you get a sense of that by reading on. We are always excited to understand how Google works, and we try, sometimes in vain, to keep up with the various updates, trends, and challenges that could impact a website negatively. Beyond this, Google will continue to modify, adapt, and elevate the performance of their algorithm. Their goal is always to provide the best, most [...]

By |January 29th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

How Long Should A Blog Post Be for SEO?

How Long Should A Blog Post Be? What is the magic number for blog posts length? How long should a blog post be to rank on page one? Yoast, for example, says articles need to be at least 300 words. But what is the right answer, and furthermore, what is the best length for SEO? We all want our blog posts to rank high in search results, so understanding this relationship seems like good knowledge to have. We have a process we will show you later on in this post that works for us as we evaluate what topics we want to write about, not only because they interest us, but because we can add value to the community, which [...]

By |December 8th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Flying Drones Over Private Property

Flying Drones Over Private Property And Other Questions I was recently reading a post on the blog post and came across this question recently posted by Serhii Havrylenko. Serhii asked, “Please take a look at my video and please let me know, is this flight allowed? How can you be sure your drone is not over some houses? Or it did not record something in a yard that an owner does not want public? How can we know there were no people under trees? How can we be sure we are not flying drones over private property areas. Even if you fly above your personal property, the drone will take photos of the surrounding area and other people’s [...]

By |November 16th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Google Challenge Coin – Google Recognizes Veteran Owned Businesses

Google Challenge Coin Award! Over the years, after spending thousands of dollars on Google Ads, I have received different things from Google. However, I have never seen Google target veterans, especially in this way. The Google Challenge Coin is a very military targeted approach to recognition of military service. Challenge coins hold special meaning for many military veterans, and while this one will not have the meaning of a campaign or Military unit coin, the fact that they have done this gives us the opportunity to talk about the heritage of Military Challenge Coins. I would also like to thank Google for the appreciation I have for their showing appreciation to the 2.5 million veteran-owned businesses they have ties [...]

By |November 6th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Google Algorithm Update – Bert Is Here

Google Algorithm Update - BERT Update Trying to Improve Search Quality by 10%As of the time of this writing, Google has been rolling out a Google Algorithm Update named BERT. They say the update could change up to 10% of result rankings. BERT, as it is known, is based on natural language understanding. Pandu Nayak is a Google Fellow & Vice President of Search. He said in a recent article that, “At its core, a search result is about understanding language. It’s our job to figure out what you are searching for and surface helpful information from the web.”Bert Google Algorithm Update – Better Understanding Sentence or Query Meaning.Google claims that this update will improve the quality of search results. [...]

By |October 28th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments

Life Onboard the USS Denver 1942-1945

Life On Board the USS Denver WWII - 1942 Through 1945 Book Owner and Sailor from the USS Denver during this period - Erwin Hilliard 000 Life On Board the USS Denver 1942 1945 front book cover 001 Life On Board the USS Denver 1942 1945 inside front cover left 002 Life On Board the USS Denver 1942 1945 inside front cover right Page 1 Life On Board the USS Denver 1942 1945 intro page Page 2 Life On Board the USS Denver 1942 1945 dedication page Page 3 Life On Board the USS Denver 1942 1945 Denver at sea image page Page 4 Life On Board the USS [...]

By |July 23rd, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments
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