Category Archives: SEO

3 Easy On-Page SEO Tips for Chiropractors

Are you looking to improve the performance of your chiropractic website, but don’t know where to start? If you don’t feel like your chiropractic website is producing new patients, it may be wise to start looking at your site’s on-page SEO. In this post, we’ll discuss on-page SEO and provide three easy tips for improving it […]

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Google’s Upcoming Algorithm Update

Google announced that on April 21, 2015 they will be rolling out an update that places greater emphasis on websites that are mobile-friendly. Like your Perfect Patients website. We saw this coming months ago so your site is compliant. However, your competitors with discount providers are likely to see a significant drop in their site’s […]

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Freelance SEO Consultant Ruins Chiropractor’s Reputation

It’s an increasingly common tale: chiropractors who were seduced by the overtures of zealous freelance SEO consultants who used risky techniques to artificially boost the doctor’s website. Recent updates to the Google algorithm have now detected these efforts. And the penalties are harsh—with affected websites dropping to page 10 or being banned altogether! These “black […]

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“I Used to Be at the Top of Google.”

Keeping up with Google is a full time job. Besides the major changes, such as the recent Penguin update, Google is constantly testing, refining and making tweaks to its search algorithm.

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Google No Longer Providing Keyword Data

We woke up the morning of September 24 to a new era in website SEO. That’s when Google began hiding all of the terms used by searchers to find websites. This is a major shift. It dramatically alters the SEO landscape for anyone who has a website. A while back Google began encrypting (hiding) the […]

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Getting On Page One

Google ranks sites by their “authority.” An attempt to fake authority by overt SEO tactics usually ends badly. Especially as Google gets smarter at detecting efforts to circumvent its algorithm.

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