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January 8, 2015

SEO Houston Company

Check out our new video for our SEO Houston Company ( <– click hyperlink) directed by Chance McClain! This guy is so awesome! He did an amazing job showcasing our company beliefs and business practices. Shoot us an email if you’d like us to introduce you to Chance to help supplement your video #marketing efforts in the Houston area.

In our short video, our […]

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February 6, 2017

Google Chrome Removes Gmail from XP & Vista

In the United States, the internet is life. As each year passes, we do more and more work online, or at least on a computer. Google has spent the last 18 years shaping the internet into what it is, and we thanked them by making Google Chrome the most popular internet browser in the United States. Google is always focused on […]

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December 28, 2016

Google Algorithm Removes Holocaust Denial Sites

Changes to the Google Algorithm
Before this past weekend, if you Googled ‘Did the Holocaust happen?’ various Holocaust denial sites would rank on the front page. One of those sites was a Stormfront article stating 10 ‘reasons’ why the Holocaust never happened. For those who are unaware, Stormfront is a neo-Nazi, white supremacist group who have been known to post racial […]

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December 22, 2016

Malware Alert! Barnes & Noble’s Nook Contains Malware

Have you ever looked at something and thought it was too good to be true? Unfortunately, that seems to be the case with Barnes & Noble’s newest Nook. The newest version of the tablet, the NOOK 7, sold for $50 this holiday season. The price for the Android-powered tablet made it a perfect Christmas present for many people. However, the […]

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December 19, 2016

Why You Need Google’s New “Invisible reCAPTCHA”

The Future Of Public Turing Tests : The Invisible reCAPTCHA

Anyone who has used the internet the past decade must be familiar with the CAPTCHA, it’s the small checkpoint you see when a website is testing your humanity, usually after a form fill. This often irritating delay in your browsing experience has affected us all. Incomprehensible text with an unforgiving algorithm […]

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November 30, 2016

Wix Steals WordPress Code

WordPress: Largest Content Management Platform
When it comes to creating and managing a website, WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system (CMS). A total of 27% of the websites, worldwide, use WordPress. To put that in perspective, the next two most popular CMS Joomla and Drupal make up 3.3% and 2.2% of the websites found on the internet. The […]

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November 18, 2016

Top Six Search Marketing Tips For Small Business Websites in 2016

Top Six Search Marketing Tips For Small Business Websites in 2016:

Share your websites on social media (Facebook, Twitter, G+) and ask friends to actually view/read through the pages of content on your website. This will create social signals to your site and help reduce your bounce rate.
Add unique images with an ALT tag on every single page of […]

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November 17, 2016

LinkedIn Banned in Russia

LinkedIn Banned in Russia Until Further Notice

Earlier this morning, November 17th, 2016, the news that LinkedIn, the business geared social media site, has been banned in Russia. The decision came after a Russian court ruled that LinkedIn was violating their data laws. LinkedIn banned in Russia leaves over 6 million Russian citizens unable to access their account, and their online CV.

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October 12, 2016

Rethink Local Enters the Brassys!

The Brassy Award
Back in September of this year, Square announced a new award that they planned on giving out. Known as the Brassy Award (or the Brassys), Square is looking to honor small businesses that are bold, and stand out in the crowd. That can easily describe us here at Rethink Local.

Thousands of small businesses entered, but only 35 will move […]

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