Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Update, How it Affects Your Business The big question you should be asking yourself is: “Is my website mobile friendly?” Google hopes that the answer from that question is an unequivocal yes. This is such a crucial topic right now, such that in ...
Category: Search Engine Optimization
April 19, 2015Fernando Cuis
I love a good online application as much as the next guy. But I love it even more when it helps me… help my clients. Buzzsum is one really useful and cool SEO/research tool. Buzzsum lets you start a search ...
March 25, 2015Fernando Cuis
Silly question? Not entirely. There are 450 million Spanish speaking individuals on the planet. It is the 2nd most natively spoken language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese. So, does your website speak Spanish? If you answered no, then you could potentially be missing out on a 20% revenue increase in sales. ...
September 26, 2010Fernando Cuis
Yahoo Pipes is a powerful composition tool to aggregate, manipulate, and mash-up content from around the Web from Yahoo! The name of the service pays tribute to Unix pipes, which can make it easy to chain simple utilities together on the command line. Talk about total control over ...
April 21, 2010Fernando Cuis
If you're anything like me, a Geek, you probably have more than 1 RSS feed and multiple outlets that you would potentially LIKE to display them in. But most of these outlets (think: Facebook, Twitter, your Blog, etc...) pin you down to just 1 feed. Allow me to ...
February 8, 2010Fernando Cuis
Google Analytics is a reliable enterprise-level web analytics application that get's tied into your website, your blog, and even your e-commerce store. Google Analytics is intelligent, offers advanced reporting and data segmentation, and is easily customizable. But it's most important attribute is: it's gratis. Do not allow it's free nature ...
December 11, 2009Fernando Cuis
I recently had a friendly discussion with an associate of mine regarding the SEO value of having .html or .php as an extension to your web files. The premise was that .html files were "friendlier" for search engines (SE's). It prompted me to do some internal thinking and naturally, some research ...
October 13, 2009Fernando Cuis