Client Infographic: Clothing Shop Online


Clothing is an everyday necessity that not only keeps us warm and protected, but also allows us to express ourselves in a way that is totally unique to us. Clothing is such an integral part of our lives that it’s kind of weird to think about how it came into existence before it came to be in our closet. Clothing Shop Online has created a new Infographic that chronicles the journey from the cotton seedlings all the way to the store. Check out the entire Infographic to learn more about how the garment industry is a major part of the global economy!

A Smattering of SEO News: 9/4/14


Hello folks, and welcome to September! Can you believe we’re approaching the final quarter of 2014?! Where did it go? All I know is that it’s been a darned interesting year for SEO happenings, and this past week is no exception. Take a look!     Google News: Google Purposefully Showing Older Version Of Search Engine On Older Browsers – Recently, people using older browsers have noticed that they’re seeing an older version of These users left hundreds of comments in Google’s Search Help forum reporting the occurrences as glitches. According to a Google employee, however, the issue isn’t a glitch at all, but rather that the company could provide only limited support for older browsers. The main message here is for users to visit and get the most recent version of their browser. Theory: Google Only Crawls Final Rendered Version Of A Page – According to a … Continue reading

Website Speed – Why It Really, Really Matters!


We all know how frustrating it can be waiting for a website to load. In this fast-paced world, we want everything yesterday. What you might not know is, website speed can affect your SEO, the user experience, and most importantly, your business’s bottom line. SEO-wise, search engines review page speed as part of the algorithm that decides who appears in what position on the search results page. That means a slow site will hamper your rankings, where a speedy site will enhance them. On the user side, sluggish websites can have an even greater detrimental impact. Nearly half of all users will leave a site that fails to load within 3 seconds, and more will abandon a transaction if it’s taking too long. Studies have shown that a 2-second delay in a transaction being processed dramatically increases a user’s anxiety about completing the purchase and, as a result, abandonment rates … Continue reading

A Smattering of SEO News: 8/21/14


Welcome to this week’s Smattering my friends! We have some awesome SEO news to go over! Let’s take a look!     Google News: Google Made Nearly 900 Search Improvements Last Year – Google head of search, Amit Singhal, recently said on his Google+ (of course) page that Google made 890 “improvements” to their search engine last year. He highlighted ten that have changed significantly in the past decade. He mentioned autocomplete functionality and voice search capabilities specifically. This could be the largest amount of changes Google had made in a single year. Google Penguin Update Possibly Launched Last Friday – In a recent Google Hangout, Engineer John Mueller mentioned that an update to the Penguin algorithm is “not that far away” but is “not launching this [Friday] morning.” It certainly could have launched sometime that day though because tools used to track SERP volatility show quite a bit of … Continue reading

Client Infographic: Zenni Optical


Pupillary distance. Ever heard of it? If you’ve shopped for new glasses, chances are, you probably have. For all of the uninitiated though, pupillary distance measures the space between your pupils. Makes sense, right? It’s a major factor to finding the right pair of glasses for you. Check out Zenni Optical‘s new Infographic that shows you how you can measure your own pupillary distance at home! Be sure to view the entire Infographic to learn how to measure your own special optical center!

Client Infographic: Campbellsville University


Advances in technology are revolutionizing the college campus. There are many apps being developed to specifically target college students in this new technological learning age. The goal of these apps is increase student productivity and enhance learning. Campbellsville University has created a new Infographic just in time for the beginning of fall semester that outlines the impact new technology has had on the average student. Check out the entire Infographic to learn more about The App Aided College Student!