Is DuckDuckGo owned by Google?

No, DuckDuckGo (DDG) is not owned by Google. It is an independent private search engine created in 2008 by Gabriel Weinberg. DuckDuckGo is known for its focus on protecting users’ privacy and not tracking their search history. What is DuckDuckGo? DuckDuckGo is an alternative to search engines like Google and Bing that track users’ search… Read the full article

Why DuckDuckGo Is Bad

Many people have been talking about DuckDuckGo lately. The popular search engine that prides itself on privacy has come under fire for not being as private as people assumed. In recent years, DuckDuckGo has been the most popular alternative for people who want to avoid Google and other search engines that track users. It claims… Read the full article

Do Dates In Title Tags Impact SEO?

When it comes to search engine optimization, there are a lot of things to understand. Even professionals need to keep learning to stay on top of search engine algorithm updates. Still, much remains unknown regarding the proper optimization process. One of the questions that have been circulating among webmasters is: does inserting dates in webpage… Read the full article

IndexNow: Changing how Search Engines Index Content

Creating content is time-consuming and costly; website owners want search engines to index content changes as quickly as possible. This time lag results in missed opportunities for businesses to engage with their audience or even attract prospective new customers. Yandex and Microsoft bring a new protocol, IndexNow, enabling webmasters to instantly index their content by the… Read the full article

Wix Teams Up With DeepCrawl to Offer New Technical SEO App

Popular personal and business website giant Wix has announced a partnership with DeepCrawl, bringing a new technical SEO app to its users. This pairing is the newest in a string of SEO upgrades that Wix has developed for its users to combat low Google search rankings for its sites in past years. The custom-designed DeepCrawl… Read the full article

Improve SEO using Low-Hanging-Fruit Keywords

SEO is an effective form of internet marketing. And, it becomes essential when it comes to ranking your website with keywords of higher competition and high search volume. When businesses don’t get the right keywords, they lack the benefits of organic traffic. However, specific keywords are difficult to rank regardless of SEO. For example, if… Read the full article

John Mueller: You Don’t Need To Be An Authority To Rank

In order to rank in Google’s search results, websites do not necessarily have to establish themselves as authorities. According to Google’s Search Advocate John Mueller, not all websites need to be recognized as authorities in order to rank well in search results. During the Google Search Central SEO office hours hangout on December 10, one… Read the full article

Top SEO Ideas to Consider If You’re Looking to Make Money

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) provides one of the best ways to make passive or active income. It has become a crucial element of digital marketing that offers freedom, control, and a reasonable income. Depending on your skills, you can earn more than $100,000 if you are a reputable SEO expert. This is a handsome income,… Read the full article

Do Category slugs have Zero Impact on Rankings?

Google’s John Mueller Says: Putting the Category Name or Topic Name in Your URL Slug Has Zero Impact on Rankings Google’s John Mueller just said that putting the category name or topic name in your URL slug has no impact on rankings. And he used a GIF to make his point! I am not 100%… Read the full article

ADA Compliance Lawsuits Threaten Businesses

ADA Fraud is a growing problem for businesses, and it’s essential to make sure you are taking steps to investigate this type of fraud. This blog post will go over the basics of ADA Fraud Prevention, including tips on studying and preventing ADA Fraud from happening in your business. We’ll also cover some examples of… Read the full article

How to spot Image Copyright Scams

It is a problem that nearly every webmaster (or just web user) has run across; someone is attempting to scam them. The latest scam claims that the site committed copyright infringement and asks them to click a link to see the proof. When being threatened with copyright infringement, it is terrifying. There’s enough confusion about… Read the full article