Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
The founder of marketing company Cleveland RCBryan and Associates, Roger Bryan, announced that he will be giving away free consultations after a tweet about a potential Google update alarmed the internet marketing community. Google’s head of webspam Matt Cutts tweeted on September 28, “small upcoming Google algo change will reduce low-quality ‘exact-match’ domains in search results”. This tweet refers to exact-match domains, which are domain names that contain a keyword so that they appear more frequently and rank higher in the search engine results pages.
The tweet from Matt Cutts hints that Google will do another update to their algorithm that may block or prevent these exact-match domains from succeeding in their ranking goals. After the Panda and Penguin updates revolutionized the way marketing companies do SEO, it is no wonder a tweet like this would create such a buzz. There have been several updates in late September to Google’s algorithms, but none have created large game-changing results for exact-match domain users thus far. Many are curious…when will the update occur, and how powerfully will it affect the way companies market their domains?
Although Roger Bryan does not have a crystal ball to predict what Google will do, he does have the expertise and knowledge in the internet marketing field to advise on Google’s algorithms. With an internet marketing business that is thriving even after the detrimental Panda and Penguin updates, Roger Bryan and the staff at RCBryan and Associates feel that now is a great time to offer their consultation services for free. For those located in the Cleveland area, Roger Bryan is happy to meet and go over their SEO or internet marketing efforts face-to-face. However, free consultation calls are also available for convenience.
Instead of fearing potential Google updates, business owners and entrepreneurs should stay up-to-date on algorithms information and make sure they invest in a marketing company that can adjust to whatever updates that Google may add. For more information on RCBryan and Associates, or to get a free consultation call with their founder Roger Bryan, visit http://www.rcbryan.com/marketing-company-cleveland