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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Here are 5 tips to adjust to Google’s new data blackout! As any search specialist would tell you – it was bound to happen.  As of immediately, Google has shut down access to organic keyword tracking information.  Online marketers have thrived for over a decade in knowing where traffic was coming from and how a specific keyword played into delivering traffic. In other words, we used to know what keywords drove the most traffic to your site, and now we[...] Continue Reading

Recently, a WebmasterWorld thread had claims from multiple webmaster’s stating that non-explicit images are being filtered from image results in SafeSearch mode. This has been an ongoing issue since back in 2007. At that time, Barry Schwartz, of Search Engine Roundtable, stated: “What we have been noticing is that Google has been a bit more sensitive on image filtering recently. This has impacted a lot of webmaster’s, where they have noticed a major decline in image search traffic” Earlier this year, Google[...] Continue Reading

Google recently announced a big change in its advertising policy, and it will put many of its users on the front page of the Internet. This change takes place starting on November 11, 2013 and your face, name, reviews and endorsements will all be seen by other Google users. Google’s position is the desire to provide more personalized, relevant ad data. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, if you are like many people, it sounds awful. There is also a big percentage of people that[...] Continue Reading

Incredible Marketing will be attending Plastic Surgery The Meeting 2013 in San Diego October 11-15th. Plastic Surgery The Meeting is the premier event in plastic surgery, bringing together international surgeons, trainees, and other health professionals for education and networking. This year, Incredible Marketing will be attending the conference, offering their expertise in online medical marketing. “When plastic surgeons visit us at The Meeting, we want them to walk away with practical knowledge that they can digest and make sense of.[...] Continue Reading