Client Infographic: Growing Generations


Growing Generations is the largest provider of surrogacy and egg donation services in the United States. Each day Growing Generations makes it safer, easier, and more enjoyable for individuals and couples, surrogates, donors, and professionals to grow families through assisted reproduction. Check out Growing Generations‘ new Infographic that touches on the most important aspects of becoming a qualified surrogate mother. To learn more about what it takes to become a surrogate, check out the entire Infographic!

Client Infographic: PhysicianOne Urgent Care


Going to the hospital can be a scary experience for most people, but in the case of accidental injury, it is terrifying. How do you know where to go? Everyone knows to call 911, but what if you can’t afford the ambulance? It’s always good to have a game plan and be prepared (even if you aren’t a boy scout). Check out PhysicianOne‘s new Infographic that breaks down the differences between Urgent Care and the ER – and when it’s the appropriate time to visit one versus the other. Check out the entire Infographic to learn more about the qualifying factors for both Emergency Care & Urgent Care!

A Smattering of SEO News: 7/9/14


Hey folks, happy Wednesday. I hope all my fellow Americans had a wonderful 4th of July holiday, and that everyone else had a wonderful regular weekend. The holiday here in the States slowed down our SEO news a little, but there is still some good stuff, so let’s dive in! Google News: Matt Cutts To Go On Leave – Google’s head of web spam, Matt Cutts, announced on his blog that he’s going to be taking something of a sabbatical. Apparently he’ll be taking off until roughly October. But he says not to worry: the spam team is “much better at spam fighting than I am.” We’ll miss his regular videos, but it’s good to know things on the web spam team at Google will be moving forward unabated. Companies Such As Yelp Join Fight Against EU “Right To Be Forgotten” Ruling – Recently, local search giant Yelp joined the growing … Continue reading

A Smattering of SEO News: 6/25/14


Helllloo my friends, and welcome to the last Smattering of SEO News for June and for this quarter! Wow! A lot happened over the past three months, huh? Heck, with Google I/O going on, it’s going to be all Google all the time in this week’s Smattering, so let’s dive in a take a look! Google News: Blocking JavaScript And CSS Can Cause Spidering And Ranking Problems – A few days ago, the Yoast site posted a blog entry in which they noticed one of their sites was affected by Panda 4.0. They saw their results return to normal after removing code blocking JS and CSS from their site. The next day, Search Engine Roundtable posted a response from Google’s John Mueller saying that they recommend allowing all CSS and JS be allowed to be crawled in order to “recognize your site’s content and to give your site the credit that … Continue reading

A Smattering of SEO News: 6/18/14


Hello my friends, and welcome to this week’s installment of A Smattering of SEO News! This week we have algorithm updates, datacenter updates, and much more, so let’s dive in!   Google News: Google Rolls Out Version 3.0 Of Its Payday Loan Algorithm – Last last week, Matt Cutts tweeted that Google had begun rolling out the latest version of its Payday Loan algorithm, which is meant to specifically target spammy queries associated with excessive web spam. While version 2.0 of the algorithm was said to have affected around 0.2% of English search queries, there’s still no word on how many queries 3.0 will affect. Reconsideration Requests Results Now Include More Feedback – Recently Google began to try to make its reconsideration request reviews more clear. By including more detail in the reviewer’s note, webmasters can get a more specific idea of why the reconsideration requests are denied. In the … Continue reading

A Smattering of SEO News: 6/11/14


Hello my friends, and welcome to A Smattering of SEO News! Lots of technical goodness today, from dealing with “not provided” data to massive, MASSIVE XML sitemaps. Check it out! Google News: Google Updates Guidelines For Site Moves – Google recently updated their Webmaster Tools Help files with new guidelines on how to deal with a site migration, such as what to do when your domain and URLS will stay the same and what to do if they will change. Google goes into quite a bit of solid detail on how to properly let Google know what your new URLs will be, which should definitely help those looking to move to a new domain or CMS in the near future. Google Says “Right to Be Forgotten” Won’t Come To – Google has recently clarified its newly-mandated “right to be forgotten” rules by saying that even if a URL was … Continue reading