Barry Schwartz has a nice post over at Search Engine Land on the winners and losers of this latest Google update in early analyses, and the results appear to be significant:
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That said, I agree the business owner should have access for a number of reasons but I think you're talking about extreme circumstances. I don't think most designers or SEO guys have any interest in holding their clients hostage and if they do they're not likely to reamin in...
That shouldn't be the case, unless it was the designer who set everything up including the hosting and did not give you access. As long as you, the client, has access to the server (host) and the registrar, no contractor can hold you hostage because you can change passwords and access at any time.
Over the last decade where I live, that situation has become commonplace, as various dealerships have been bought out and consolidated.
Now, the Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealership (owned by Dilawri) also owns the Kia dealership and they are side by side on the same street. The same company owns the...
I'm not talking about keyword density per se. I've never paid much attention to that, not even back in the 90s - it's always been a bogus metric.
I'm talking about a very long page that tries to cover several different topics:
For me, that leads to the question what is the main topic of that...
If you want to include a video from Youtube or one of these other sites
just click on the little...