Here is a great search engine reputation management (SERM) question that was recently submitted:
“Due to the current client, unfortunately, my company had to close. Since then I have launched a new company under a new name offering similar services and some of my old clients have got wind of this.
This has lead to them leaving bad reviews online about my new company and when you search for my new business name on Google, these bad reviews are appearing on the first page under my website. So my question is, what can I do?”
Following on from my last Google Chrome Extensions post (published 24/01/2011), here is an updated and comprehensive list of my top 53 Google Chrome Extensions for SEOs, designers, bloggers, developers and more.
Published on the March 6th, 2011 and posted in Google, SEO, Social | Comments Closed
I was recently asked if social helps with SEO, and the simple answer is yes. For a SEOer to ignore social media would be like a SEOer ignoring link building.
From my findings and research there are a quite a few signals to look for while using social media. Today’s post is specifically going to focus on Twitter, but please bear in mind that social media isn’t just about Twitter and Facebook, there are hundreds of great channels out there to get you going.