Articles in the Algorithm Updates & News Category

If you depend on Organic website traffic for new and returning business, it’s important to understand the effects that search engine algorithm updates can have on your web traffic. Usually run to prevent search spam and improve the SERPs, search engine algorithm updates can be confusing for web masters and interactive marketers. Learn about the latest algorithm updates and what they mean for your website.

MoreVisibility Wins Searchie Award at 2015 C3 Conductor Conference


Morevisibility 2015 Searchie Award

The Searchie Award alongside MoreVisibility’s banner.

MoreVisibility was recognized for Excellence in Digital Marketing at the 2015 Conductor C3 Conference in New York, NY. The annual conference, a 2-day event focused on organic marketing and web presence management, attracts marketing professionals and industry leaders from around the globe. Read More »

Mobilegeddon: Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update



At the end of February, Google posted the Finding More Mobile-Friendly Search Results announcement on their Webmaster Central Blog. While the search engine has always made mobile-readiness and easy access of information a priority, it will use mobile-friendliness as a stronger ranking signal than ever before. Google’s goal is to reward websites that are mobile friendly by giving them a “boost.”

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The Latest Google Knowledge Graph Update May Lead to a Decrease in Traffic for Health Content Publishers



These days, we all follow the same process when we notice something wrong with our health. Before we decide whether we need to check in with a doctor, we Google whether that sinus congestion is only due to allergies or if it might be a sign of the dreaded flu.

If you’re reading this and saying to yourself, “I never Google health information,” you might be right. According to Google, however, you’re one of the few, as one in 20 Google searches are for health-related details.

If you are a publisher of health related content, this can be very impactful. You may be receiving organic traffic from users who are performing these health-related searches. Read More »