The summer is here, but what should that mean for your wardrobe? Wearing good clothes makes us all feel better and if they go with the trend than that is just the icing on the cake. But what exactly is in trend for this season is the million-dollar question. Surely you would want to keep up with the trend but nobody likes it if it burns a hole in their pocket. Luckily, this summer marks the return of old classics like the leather sandals or the denim, but there’s also a ton of new trends to try on! So whether you are the easy-going dresser or someone who wants to tackle movie stars when it comes to trends, read on and find the best fashion trends this summer for both men and women. Latest Fashion Trends For Men’s: 1. Printed Shirts: Summers are supposed to fun and your clothes should reflect that. And boring shirts just don’t match the vibes. So, it’s the season for shirts to get a whole lot interesting with prints. You can choose whatever print you like from … [Read more...] about Unable to Manage Debts? How to Take the Right Financial Decisions?
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Don’t get your client in trouble. What you don’t know can hurt your client. Unlike other businesses offering professional services, attorneys and law firms are subject to limitations with online content. These limitations dictate what can and cannot be advertised or otherwise asserted. The rules vary by state, so it is important for any web designer or SEO specialist to consult the rules regarding attorney advertising in the state or states where their attorney clients practice and then follow those rules. There will be much more to it than simply slapping a “This is not legal advice” disclaimer in the footer. Below are some examples of rules regarding law firm web content — they are by no means comprehensive. Again, please consult the attorney ethics rules in the state(s) where your client practices law for the rules applying to your client. First, web content such as websites, blogs, advertisements on others’ websites and emails is generally … [Read more...] about What You Need to Know About Law Firm SEO Ethics and State Laws
Google makes several updates to its search engine ranking algorithm every day.Some of Google’s updates come and go, without any real notice.Other updates go live, only to be rolled back several weeks later.And some, become infamous.Caffeine. Penguin. Panda.Mention these updates to any SEO and their expression will tell you how badly their websites (or their clients’ websites) were affected.Another of Google’s famous updates didn’t quite have the same cute name associated with it.It’s merely known as the “payday loan” update.In 2013, Google rolled out their payday loan update in a bid to improve the payday loan SERPs that were being crammed full of websites that had gamed the system through spammy SEO tactics.In the five years since that Google update, the payday loan industry has been a constant battle of websites that try to outsmart Google versus those that play the long game – and hope that doing things “the right way” will … [Read more...] about Hit by the Medic Update? Here’s How to Recover (A Practical Case Study)
To consumer advocates, payday loans have become synonymous with predatory lending. The small short-term loans often come with astronomical interest rates that can pull consumers who are trying to get by from paycheck to paycheck into a deepening hole of debt. Just this week, the FTC fined a payday lending group $1.3 billion for deceptive loan practices. Industry watchdog groups have been advocating for more regulation and pressing for change, and in May, Google announced it would start to ban payday and high-interest loan ads. The ban started rolling out the week of July 20. There were estimates the move could cost Google millions in lost ad revenue. Yet, more than two months later, it appears the ban is likely having little to no impact on Google’s bottom line. as ads continue to fill the available slots on desktop and mobile. Why? Because it’s not an actual ban, and the advertisers quickly figured out how to change their messaging to meet Google’s policies. In a … [Read more...] about Why are payday loan ads still showing on Google after the ban?
Let’s just get it out there: it appears that Zunch Communications, a Dallas-based SEM, has filed for bankruptcy. While some might call this an isolated incident, some speculative minds suggest that a correction is on the horizon for SEM agencies. Indeed, Searcharazzi is dumbfounded by the hundreds of firms that have grown and multiplied during the early years of search, which traditionally means that the environment is ripe for consolidation. Take a quick tour of any Search Engine Strategies exhibitor hall and you will get the drift. Let’s start with a tour of SEM and related acquisitions: 1998 Outrider acquired by WPP 2000 Website results acquired by 24/7 2003iFrontier acquired by Avenue AGoToast acquired by aQuantive 2004SendTraffic acquired by TraffixMarketleap acquired by Digital impactPerformics acquired by DoubleClickGlobal Promoter acquired by WebsourcedDecide Interactive acquired by 24/7Rawhide acquired by eXact AdvertisingiProspect acquired by ISOBAR 2005 Proceed … [Read more...] about Searcharazzi: Touring the SEM Graveyard