"FourStar Auto Glass has used Cyber Stampede's SEO & social media services since 2009. Search Engine Optimization is a crucial element in any company's web campaign, and we couldn't be more pleased with the results that Rodney and Cyber Stampede have produced."
EuroPay Solutions and Cyber Stampede Join in Strategic Partnership:
EuroPay Solutions has partnered with Cyber Stampede to provide credit card processing solutions to their customers at discounted rates. This partnership will directly benefit Cyber Stampede?s clients with a special pricing program tailored specifically for their clientele.
EuroPay Solutions provides direct merchant accounts with custom descriptors to merchants along with unmatched service and support. In addition, EuroPay Solutions offers ready-made online gateway terminals for merchants looking to rapidly grow their business without extensive underwriting, getting real-time credit card processing to their merchants in as fast as forty-eight hours. Headquartered in Schindellegi, Switzerland , EuroPay Solutions is home to more than 350 employees at offices worldwide. EuroPay Solutions is a registered ISO/MSP in Europe, and is PCI compliant through Visa/Mastercard.
Further to this, EuroPay Solutions has several direct banking relationships established over the past 10 years. What sets EuroPay apart from other MSP’s is that they place merchants directly with a bank, not a processor. So, merchants obtain the relationship with the bank that they’re partnered with, and they control their funds and account at all times.
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Cybersocket Co-Founder Morgan Sommer said that Thompson was highly recommended by various people the company respects.
“We are happy to have found an SEO partner that has an incredible grasp of our market and also a vision for where our properties can go in the future with a solid plan for getting there,” Sommer said.
Thompson, meanwhile, said that Cyber Stampede “is proud to now be working with Morgan Sommer to provide SEO-related support for Cybersocket properties, and we look forward to not only making a positive impact in terms of this effort, but also to forge a solid and long term relationship.”
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“Thanks to the continued efforts of Cyber Stampede’s Rodney Thompson, winner of the 2012 ASACP Service Recognition Award, traffic to the association’s website has steadily risen, with more than 69,000 pages of our main website now indexed in Google,” Henning revealed. “This exposure helps ASACP to reach a wider audience, both in the United States and abroad, furthering its mission to keep children around the world out of and away from adult material.” Please click here for more details on ASACP’s Educational Materials Utilized Internationally.
April 2012: we are humbled by and pleased to announce that the Juneteenth Organization of Pueblo Colorado will retain Buoyancy Digital to manage its’ web site and digital assets for a 3rd year.
Stay tuned for revamped form and function on the Pueblo Juneteenth web site at http://www.PuebloJuneteenth.org and its social media fan pages.
Getting good placement in Google search results can be a matter of life and death for many companies these days. Given that Google is constantly tweaking their search algorithm to improve their search results — and to fend off threats from search rivals like Bing and Apple’s Siri — keeping tabs on how those changes in Google search impact content creators can be a full-time job.
Yet search engine optimization (SEO) has been employed by some website operators to game Google’s search algorithm and increase search results artificially. According to Google’s Matt Cutts in a speech at SXSW transcribed by Search Engine Land’s Barry Schwartz, the search engine giant is working to adjust their search engine to “level the playing field” against site owners that engage in SEO “over optimization.” (Schwartz has also included a partial transcript of the Cutts speech in his blog post.)
The changes to Google’s search engine should be coming soon, and is yet the latest in a number of tweaks and updates Google has made in an attempt to improve search results. One of the more significant updates to Google search came in the form of the Google “Panda” update in April 2011, which sought to minimize the impact of so-called “content farms” that publish huge amounts of marginal content that is heavily SEO-optimized.
Google is also looking to improve so-called “semantic search,” which is being popularized by Apple’s Siri technology. Semantic search is focused on providing immediate facts to a given query rather than presenting a page full of links to sites that provide those answers.
In a recent interview by Amir Efrati with the Wall Street Journal, Google search executive Amit Singhal said that the changes would help Google deliver an improved search experience, rather than the “cross our fingers and hope there’s a Web page out there with the answer” solution that currently exists.
So what are your thoughts on the upcoming update to Google’s search engine? Feel free to add a comment to this blog post or contribute to the discussion on Twitter.