Google and YouTube allow users to opt out of gambling ads

The giants of the internet have found that a lot of their users are not really big fans of the gambling and alcohol industries. As a result of copious user feedback, the internet giants are moving forward with a plan that would allow end-users to opt out of gambling and alcohol ads all together. Under…

Google finally allows American online casino ads

After a decades-long battle with the online casino industry, Google has decided to allow advertisements for online gambling in some parts of the United States. The move acknowledges the reality of American online gambling and represents a real victory for the industry, but is still a long ways from providing total access to its suite…

Trump Bashes, But Doesn’t Actually Understood, Google

US President Donald Trump dove into the realm of SEO forums this week by providing his opinion on Google search results and their alleged bias towards positive news about him. But like so many other SEO newbies, Trump seems to be operating with a fundamentally flawed notion of how search engines actually work. In a…

Make the Most of SEO with Google’s Knowledge Graph

When it comes to Google search results, even the most casual student knows there's only so much you can do to influence your ranking. At a certain point, you have to have confidence that your content is good enough to help boost your overall results. When it comes to Google's Knowledge Graph, however, content creators…

Add a Dose of Credibility to Your Site to Boost Google Page Rankings

When it comes to boosting your overall page rankings in both competitive and long-tail keywords there's one factor that casino affiliates frequently overlook, credibility. Credibility is a huge factor with both end-users and Google's ubiquitous search bots and, good news here, boosting your overall is much easier than you might think. Credibility is something that's…

How Worried Should You Be About Google Updates?

If you're doing business on the internet, you're doing business with Google. And if you're doing business with Google, you have to do business by Google's rules, and you have to live with Google's ever-changing algorithm updates. These updates, which happen almost continuously, range from the completely unnoticed to earth-shattering (Penguin, we're looking at you).…

End of an SEO Era: Matt Cutts Resigns from Google

Matt Cutts, the man whose face defined the SEO-era at Google, has officially resigned from the search giant to continue his work with the United States Digital Service (USDS). Two years ago, the Oracle of SEO stepped away from his work with the infamous Google Webspam Team to take a break and a less public…

Yahoo! and Google Team Up on Search Deal

Yahoo! has struck a deal with Google that will have Google search results and advertisements appearing on Yahoo! SERPs. This arrangement, strange as it may seem, is a solid indication of exactly how dominant Google has become, and how far Yahoo! has fallen, in the search world. The new arrangement was announced yesterday morning as…

This Time, SEO Might Actually Be Dead

Has SEO finally died? In the light of Google's recent shift to an on-going, self-correcting Penguin algorithm update, that's a question that's definitely worth asking. It's also a question that SearchEngineLand.com writer Nate Dame answered in a recent posting titled, How Google Won the PR War Over SEO, and Why That's a Good Thing. While…