Can Law Firms Compete And Cooperate At The Same Time?

So many law firms are so caught up in what their competition is doing and how their competition is beating them, that they never take the time to sit back and think how they can cooperate to increase profitability for both law firms. You do this all the time within your referral networks without thinking about it. You send Jim Smith your medical malpractice cases while Jim sends you all of his car accident claims. [...]

Matt Cutts Confirms Google Panda 4.0 Release

Its official! Panda 4.0 has struck and it should come to no one's surprise. We have seen rankings bounce around and then return to normal quite a bit this month and knew Google was testing something. However, after releasing both Penguin 1.0 and 2.0 in May of previous years, Google decided to keep search engine optimization specialists and business owners on their toes and release Panda 4.0 targeting poor quality content rather then link-related spam. [...]

DuckDuckGo Quacks Back – Search Engine Relaunch

With all of the other initiatives Google has on their shoulders right now, has found an interesting opportunity to jump back into the picture. Long considered a niche search engine that embraced the concept of user privacy, but lacked many of the traits of its larger competitors including Google, Bing and Yahoo!, they appear to have taken the next step including image search, maps and even things like weather search. Matt McGee provides a [...]

Authorship Versus Publisher Markup: Which One and When

With all of the updates Google has done over the last few years, the question that seems to excite our clients most is, "Can I get that little picture of me next to my search results?!" The answer is both yes and no. Authorship is for tying content to an author Think about this for a moment. Your name is John Smith. You have a brother Joe Smith and you work for Smith & Smith [...]

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