The 10 Real Reasons That Your SEO Rankings Are Dropping, and How to Reverse the Damage

Your website once appeared in every search engine, generating tons of traffic, emails, phone calls, and ultimately, sales.

But suddenly your SEO rankings began to drop and along came a drop in leads and sales. Your rankings may not longer exist leaving your website lost in the sea of the web.

These drops happen for many different reasons, some that you can prevent and some that you can’t.

Here are ten common reasons why rankings drop and what you can do when they happen to your site.

Your website Design has Aged

If you redesigned and relaunched an old site, you likely saw a drop in your rankings, followed by a huge increase. Now your rankings are dropping again. Don’t panic; this is normal.

Just stay focused on producing and investing in the best SEO practices, because if you want high rankings long term, you have to be ready to put in steady work.

Remember, “SEO is like fitness”. You can’t just workout once and expect dramatic weight loss just as you can’t write one blog post or build links for one week and expect instant rankings, traffic, and new sales. 

Google Updated and You Did Not

Google analysts are constantly trying to improve search algorithms. Their updates will cause your rankings to drop if you aren’t using good SEO practices. Doing so in the future will help you to combat updates and continue your good rankings months and years down the road. 

To keep on track with what Google is doing and where Google is headed, subscribe directly to Google’s blog for news.

You aren’t up to date on popular keywords

If you’ve been using the same keywords for years, you may have missed the recent shift towards “natural language.” The term describes the tendency of people to type complete, “natural” sentences into search bars. Do some research and update your keywords to combat this drop.

Your links aren’t up to par

If you were one of many companies that bought into the trend of grabbing up lots of links for a low price, a practice now referred to as “search engine spamming,” your ranking may have fallen victim to search engines working to combat the spam. Try cleaning up these links to regain your rankings.

The competitors are edging you out

You’re likely already familiar with this struggle. Each time your website improves on a keyword, the ranking of another site goes down, and vice versa. The only way to fight this war is to keep up your good work and ride the rankings roller coaster.

You are focusing too much on rankings

Google is always changing and testing the variables that it can detect by changing search results, which leads to constantly changing SEO ranking. Your ranking can even change from one computer to the next. If you are experiencing small drops in your rankings, this is likely the cause. Once again, the only thing you can do is keep moving forward.

You lost a few good links

It’s possible that another site that had a traffic-heavy link to yours disappeared or removed your link. Counteract this by continuing to produce high quality content, which will help you to attract even better links.

You launched a new website

You probably already know that following a redesign, your new website might experience a fluctuation in rankings. You can help minimize the drop by ensuring that you have  proper 301 redirects in place and that your new website is well optimized before you launch it. Hang in there; usually rankings recover within a month or two.

Your robots.txt file is wrong

If you make a mistake in the robots.txt file of your site, your rankings are going to drop, and fast. Luckily, once you realize the mistake, it’s easy to fix. Next time, double check to avoid typos.

Your hosting is bad

If you recently switched to a lower quality host or one that doesn’t provide a fast enough page loading time; your visitors are going to turn away from your site. You can prevent this by hosting your site close to your visitors and using a server that isn’t overcrowded with other websites.

Your SEO rankings may drop for other reasons, but these are the ten most common reasons we see rankings decrease.

If you are experiencing a decrease in traffic, exposure, and online sales; contact Dynamik Internet Marketing Inc. to receive a custom SEO strategy that will reposition your business to receive a new flood of customers and clients. 

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Domain Name Choice – Still a Factor To Online Success in 2013

Over the last several years Matt Cutts with Google has made made several public statements suggesting keyword rich domain names do not help your ability to rank for related keywords. It has been a topic of discussion for SEOs and marketing teams ever since. However in our own experience we have come to learn that Cutt’s statement is partly false.

The fact is that keyword rich domain names will always be crucial to your online marketing efforts. They will either work for you or against you but either way they will affect your efforts on behalf of your clients or the business you run yourself. Let us show you some proof.

Proof That Keyword Rich Domain Names Automatically Rank

Upon researching industries and keywords before entering a new online marketing niche we have found several examples that support our theory that keyword rich domain names are primed to easily beat out competing branded domain name websites. This remains true most often even if those competing websites have more page rank authority, better onsite optimization, and a more impressive inbound link profile than the keyword rich domain name. Lets take a look at some cold hard evidence.

Case Study 1: Uniforms Express

Brand URL:

Competitor URL:

Keyword phrase:baseball uniforms

In this example, Uniforms Express, has a branded domain name in which they use their company name as their URL. In comparison, a competitor snagged the domain name, “”. Upon conducting a keyword search in Google for “baseball uniforms” here are the organic results  on the first page.

As the example shows, the keyword rich domain name ranks several positions higher than the branded domain name. Well this would be ok if the keyword rich domain name had more authority, a quality inbound link profile, and great onsite optimization in comparison. But analytics show otherwise.

From the above screenshot we can see that the branded domain name, Uniforms Express, has more inbound links, a higher citation flow, a higher trust flow, a higher domain authority, a higher mozRank, and a higher mozTrust. Additionally if you were to take a look at both sites you would see the keyword rich domain, has limited content if any on their site while the branded domain, has significantly more (although limited) content as well.

Considerations for Keyword Rich Domain Names Vs. Branded Domain Names

In the above example we would like our readers to note that title tags optimization does play a role in this example although not enough to help the keyword-rich domain name outrank the branded domain name on a level playing field. So what does this mean for you and your marketing efforts?

  1. Before building a website consider your industry, marketing budget, and marketing strategy. If have big money to spend then a brand name domain will work for you as long as you can expend more money on advertising and alternate brand marketing strategies. If people search online for your brand because you’re that big, ranking for keyword specific terms are not as important.
  2. For the 99% of everyone else who is not a big brand yet or does not have initial big brand marketing dollars; do everything in your power to grab a keyword rich domain name. Consider buying a keyword rich domain name if the price tag is reasonable to aid in your organic SEO efforts.

SEO Takeaway:

Keyword rich domain names will always rank because search engines don’t know if that domain name is just a keyword rich domain or if it is actually your company name. If your company name is literally “baseball uniforms” then your website should come up when somebody searches for your brand online. Confusing a bit? Yes. But a novel concept to wrap your brain around if you have a moment.

Related read: SEO for Startups and Beginners- What Google Recommends

Three Things I Learned As an SEO Intern

By: Sarah Snider

Search engine optimization has been a field I’ve been wanting to explore for quite some time.  Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to have landed an SEO internship with DinoMite SEO. Prior to this internship, I had dabbled with Google Adwords and Webmaster tools and thought those tools encompassed the majority of search engine optimization. They are certainly two of the biggest online marketing tools but little did I know that there are many other resources, platforms, and applications that become an integral part of a practicing SEO.

As an SEO intern, what I’ve come to realize most is how challenging and tedious search optimization can be and how many moving parts are involved. During my internship I’ve written many blog posts here on the DinoMite website and in addition to my current copy writing internship, I’m learning more and morehow crucial content marketing is to online search. Whether you use infographics, photos, video, slideshows, or PDF’s it is absolutely necessary that your business continually produce high quality content that provides value to your readership. To summarize, here are three things I’ve learned as an SEO intern to date.

1). You Can Always Rely on High Quality Content Marketing

The importance of content marketing cannot be dismissed. We hear it everyday from every guru on every website. But, until you simply cave in and produce high quality, relevant, and engaging content on a regular basis you won’t drive consistent, return, and new readership.

As an intern I’ve enjoyed writing blog posts on search and social marketing. My background is in journalism so I’ve always been familiar with writing. However learning how to optimize my writing for search, adding in sub headers, including keywords, and linking to relevant content within your website was something that was new to me.

Understanding your readership is important before your write online. Most bloggers make the mistake of writing about what is most interesting to them while they should be writing about what is most interesting to their target market. (A quick read of, The Top 5 Blogging Topics will give you guided direction on what you should be blogging about. ) When you write specifically to provide value to your readers they appreciate your work and that is exactly what you want. High quality and valuable content attracts links, social shares, and encourages return website visitors.

2). Infographics Might Be the Most Underutilized Online Marketing Tools

Infographic marketing may just be the most underutilized online marketing tactic. Infographic marketing is certainly more difficult than say link building. After all a good infographic includes interesting and hard to find statistics, provides enlightening insight, includes quality graphic design, and delivers a message that a reader might otherwise might not comprehend.

However the work that goes into the research, analysis, creation, and marketing of an infographic is not far beyond the scope of the work that goes into composing and marketing a high quality press release. After all the only extra step is graphic design. Now granted graphic design requires more resources and time but that extra step is not so big that your business should ignore infographic marketing all together.

During my internship I’ve learned that businesses and marketing firms can leverage the power of infographic marketing by simply evaluating their priorities. A simple change to their blogging schedule should free up enough resources to add infrographic marketing to their online strategy.

For example if your business blogs weekly then every other month schedule out only two blog posts instead of four. Use that extra time and those resources that would have gone towards two extra blog posts to invest into buying an infographic from a marketing firm. The value, brand recognition, and direct traffic that an infographic will directly build will far out weigh the two blog posts sacrificed to free up resources.

3). WordPress For SEO Or Bust

Everybody has heard of WordPress but prior to my internship,  I had little understanding why it was glorified as the premier content management system. After spending some time within a few different WordPress hosted sites I confidently say along with the masses that WordPress trumps all.

In comparison to Dreamweaver, blogger, or other smaller content management systems and online platforms, I found WordPress much easier to work with. WordPress is not only more user-friendly, but it is also search engine friendly and really helps to maximize your online marketing efforts. No matter what your end goal is for website functionality, looks, or feel there seems to be a plugin that can quickly install to help you achieve you desired goal. And of course, none of these plugins requires extensive knowledge of coding. Most of them are “drag and drop” so that anybody who can operate a computer can make sure of them.

For any young SEOs out there or even smaller local business owners who are in need of web design; be sure you build your new site on the foundation of WordPress. Doing so will save you massive headaches and time down the road as you upgrade, redesign, and desire to add new features to your website. 

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Where Should You Build Links First?

Over the past year several business and website owners have asked our team where they should begin build links for a new website. To that question we answer, “social bookmarking websites”. Social bookmarking sites should be the first link building vertical that you turn to in a brand new SEO campaign merely for the fact that these links are almost always instantaneously approved. Fast link approval implies a fast index of your target URL which in turn implies a fast potential for ranking improvement.

Social Bookmarking Sites Build the Best Links

Social bookmarking sites not only provide instantaneous inbound links to your website but they normally carry a high page rank value in addition. A high page rank value means that the ranking authority that these social bookmarking sites will pass over to your website will be stronger than those websites with a lower page rank value. In case we are getting ahead of you, Page Rank describes a number between 0 and 10 that Google places on your website. A higher Page Rank implies your website is more credible and more influential than others. It is desirable to have a high Page Rank website link to your website.

You can compare the Page Rank of a website to social status in the United States. Having the president of The United States recommend your business will mostly likely do you more good than a regular civilian recommending your business. That is to say the President has more authority than the average Joe. In the world of SEO, having a website with a high Page Rank link to your website is similar to having an a recommendation from a highly respected president, CEO, or otherwise influential personnel.

Social bookmarking sites regularly carry a higher Page Rank than the majority of other websites. Inbound links from social bookmarking sites thus are more meaningful to your website ranking than directory submissions, integrative links, article submissions, and the like. At the start of any SEO campaign we recommend visiting those social bookmarking sites first and foremost!


5 Ways To Send Google’s Penguin Update Packing For A Long Winter

Most recently on April 24th Google announced a new update to its search algorithm called “The Penguin Update”. Here is what Google said,

“We’re launching an important algorithm change targeted at webspam. The change will decrease rankings for sites that we believe are violating Google’s quality guidelines. This algorithm represents another step in our efforts to reduce webspam and promote high quality content”.

The search update is not something that should worry legitimate SEO Firms but it does warrant concern for all those black hat SEO agencies and consultants who use automation and link schemes as a way to acquire a high ranking within Google. In fact the penguin update should come as a relief to website owners everywhere who have rightfully invested their precious time and energy into updating their website consistently with relevant and meaningful content.

Google’s Penguin Goes Into Hibernation

Google wants to provide the most relevant and meaningful websites to their users for any given search. The problem is that with black hat SEO comes link schemes, automation softwares, auto blogging systems, and beyond which make Google’s job of evaluating the quality of a website more difficult. Google must sort through thousands among thousands of poor websites to find the good ones that deserve a high ranking. So how can you ensure that Google finds your website to be of a high quality?

1). Create high quality and relevant information via a blog several times a week: When you produce high quality content for your website visitors first then Google will reward you with positioning in their “Current News SERPs” as well as with a higher website ranking overall.

2). Do not participate in black hat SEO techniques which include link wheels, link schemes, or automation of any kind: The Panda feeds on link wheels and poor website content. As long as you don’t feed the Panda it shouldn’t bother or attack you.

3). Check your website for misspelled words, punctuation, and grammar: You don’t have to be a grammar expert by any means but double checking content on your site for grammatical errors is advised. Just have the intern do it.

4). Target only 2-3 keywords per unique URL: URL mapping is an SEO strategy in which you target specific keywords per a specific page of your website. The strategy is that it is much easier to have one URL become the dominate page for 1-3 keywords rather than the dominate page for 5-10 keywords. By targeting only 2-3 keywords per page you will find the content on your website to be of a much greater quality merely because you are not keyword stuffing.

5). Interlink pages of your website with one another when a visitor has something to gain from traveling to another page: When the opportunity presents itself to hyperlink a keywords phrase to another page of your website for the purpose of providing more answers and valuable content to your visitor then do so.

As long as you continue to work by legitimate means on your website then search engines including Google will reward you with higher keyword rank positions. To send the Panda update packing for a long winter simply continue to produce quality content on your website.

How to Rank On Page 1 of Google’s Personalized Search

Search Plus Your World

Just one week ago today, on January 10th, 2012, Google announced the release of one of the most significant search algorithm changes in the history of their existence. The update has been named, “Search Plus Your World” and is revolutionizing what is being referred to as “personalized search”. Search Plus Your World offers personalized search results by tailoring the information and webpages that you find on Google according to your social connections on the Google+ network. Personalized search only requires that you are currently logged into your Google+ account while you are conducting a search within the engine.

Personalized search results implies that you will be fed information that is meant specifically for only your eyes to see. This tailored information will be based upon all past conversations, profiles, photos, videos, and websites that you have shared or visited previously within the Google+ network. Thus personalized search results will show you more of the same information that your friends and family have recently viewed and less information that you have never seen before.

Social Media Marketing Becomes a Player In Search

What are the immediate ramifications of Google Plus Your World in terms of SEO? Social media marketing will immediately play a much more significant role in search. Consider that the top search engine results pages (SERPS) for any personalized search will be those webpages that have been viewed before by a social connection of the search user.

For example, Brad has a friend Mike. Mike searches for cars all day online. The webpages and car manufacturers he enjoys most he engages with via his own Google+ social profile.( He comments on their Google+ brand page…)

Brad decides its time to buy a new car. While logged into his own Google+ account, Brad searches using the query, “Cars for sale.” The resulting webpages are not necessarily the best webpages to find cars for sale. Instead the resulting webpages most likely include those websites and brands which Mike has become so interested with. These resulting webpages are thus personalized based upon Brad and Mike’s friendship on the Google+ network.

Adapt To Personalized Search Results

The reason Google opted for personalized search is to be debated. However one thing is certain. Personalized search does press website owners to become more socially active within their Google+ network in order to rank highly in Google’s search engine for personalized results. How is this so? Well website owners must not only have a Google+ brand page but they must link their website to their brand page in order for Google to recognize the association between the two. By doing so Google+ users can recommend a website to become a top organic listing by adding that website’s Google+ brand page to their circles (friends list for non-Google+ vocab users). Thus the objective for website owners is to grow the following of their brand page as much as possible in order to gain a better ranking position in Google’s personalized search results.

1). Create A Google+ Brand Page

The first move for adoption is to create a Google+ Brand Page. Below are easy to follow steps to set up a brand page.

  1. Log into your Google+ account
  2. Navigate to
  3. Choose which category your business fits into. Choice are business or place, product or brand, company/institution/organization, arts/entertainment/sports, or other.
  4. Enter you business name and information. Then select a sub-category for your business
  5. Choose a tagline and upload a photo
  6. Spread the word with you circles of friends about your new page and you’re done!

2). Add the Google+ button to your website

The second move in adoption to personalized search is to add the Google+ badge to your website. Notice how we said badge not button. That is because there is a difference between the Google+ button and the official Google+ brand badge. The badge has a code snippet that links your website to your brand page. Thus when people add your brand to their circles they will be officially “recommending” your website to their friends via personalized search.

Google is sneaky. The brand badge is also required to show up in Google Direct Connect. Google direct connect allows users to to find a brand on Google+ by  typing in “+” in Google Search, followed by the brand or business they want to follow. For example you can find the DinoMite SEO brand page by typing in, “+DinoMiteSEO” into Google.

Below are the easy to follow steps to add your Google+ badge to your website.

  1. Log into your Google+ account
  2. Copy your brand page id onto your clipboard or write it down if you are old fashion. *Your brand page id is the first long string of numbers that you see when you are currently on your brand page. Example: 102834149929830169614
  3. Navigate to
  4. Enter your brand page id into the box requested
  5. Choose which size badge  you want to fit on your website
  6. Copy the HTML code snippet that was generated for you (towards the bottom)
  7. Paste this code amongst the current code for the homepage of your website and you’re done!

Promote Your Google+ Brand Page

Alright so you have your Google+ brand page set up. You have your brand page linked to your website. Now it is time to promote your brand page like your life depended on it. You should promote to your customers, clients, friends, family members, babysitter, dentist, neighbor, kids, grandmother, and even your your mother-in-law to visit your website and hit the Google + 1 button your badge. After all you could be securing yourself a top listing in personalized search when a friend of a friend of a friend searches Google for the product or service you have to offer!

What are your immediate thoughts on Search Plus Your World? Are you a fan of the changes? Are you going to be an early adopter of the personalized search SEO strategy? Let us know what you think be commenting below!


The Horrific Dangers of Search Plus Your World

Be Weary of Search Plus Your World

There has been plenty of speculation in the last few days over Google’s algorithm update, Search Plus Your World. Several Tech leaders have voiced their concern over the idea of “personalized search” including the real-time social media competitor, Twitter. Since news broke of Google’s update on Tuesday, Twitter has released several public statements of frustration including the following:

We’re concerned that as a result of Google’s changes, finding this information will be much harder for everyone. We think that’s bad for people, publishers, news organizations and Twitter users.”

Twitter may or may not be in the right space to comment on Google’s algorithm changes (since Twitter chose on its own not to renew its contract with Google this past year and thus is not currently indexed in the search engine), however we feel that Twitter does make a good argument that personalized search could in fact keep the public from information they are deserving of by returning results that only their friends have navigated.

Be Careful What you Search For

You’ve heard the saying, “Be careful what you wish for” probably 100 times or more in your life. Well we are hear telling you to now be careful what you search for. Not too long ago did you only have to worry about the cookies and cache on your computer which would have your parents, friends, significant others, or fellow personal computer users realizing everything you were searching for on your own individual computer.

With Google’s most recent update today you have to worry that your friends, coworkers, parents, in-laws, teachers, significant others, siblings and competitors can all see exactly what you are searching for from a completely remote computer of yours. Let us repeat that. Any of your Google+ connections can potentially discover what you have been searching for on your computer. And they can do so using their computer from anywhere in the world they want.

Catch 22 of Personalized Search

You want to grow your personal brand and you want to become or continue to be an influence on the web. So you adopt Google+ and your search the web while logged into your Google account. You leave comments on blogs you read, you leave a trail of sites visited, and you post what you find to be interesting on your Google+ account. You say to yourself, “This is great. My circles of friends is growing exponentially and people are finding me rather easily online.”

But wait a moment. You must first recognize the catch 22 principle that is at hand. Perhaps you have been growing your personal brand and circle of friends by adopting the Google+ network and new personalized search algorithm. Perhaps your friends are reading the same article, “How Tim Tebow is Changing SEO” because they saw within their personalized SERPs that you had previously read the article and commented on it. Just remember this, if your friends have the potential to see the websites that you have been browsing then so can your competitors. In other words if you don’t want your business competitors to potentially discover your clients, connections, information sources, or strange hobbies then you need to be careful of the websites you visit within Google and the people you add to your Google+ circles.

Just a little, SEO for thought.


How Tim Tebow Is Changing SEO

The Tebow Effect on SEO

If there is one buzz word in the United States right now it would have to be “Tebow”. The Denver Broncos quarterback has been the top story of the NFL this season for his unorthodox style of play, public display of prayer on the football field, and for his ability to win football games in the fourth quarter. The combination of which all came together this past Sunday as Tebow led his Broncos football team to an improbable overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers in what was the first round of the 2012 NFL playoffs. Tebow’s incredible play did more than shock football fans around the world. It immediately changed SEO as we know.

Immediately following Tebow’s game winning touchdown pass in overtime against the Pittsburgh Steelers, millions of fans navigated their cell phones, laptops, and PC’s in order to scour the internet for a bible passage that Tebow elated to in a post game interview. Tebow could be seen wearing John 3:16 on his eye black throughout the entire football game which raised many an eyebrow after the game was complete and his personal player statistics read 316 total passing yards for an average of 31.6 yards a play.

Tebow Search Domination

Two days later, as fans continue to search the internet for Tebow related news it has become more clear exactly how much weight Google’s algorithm carries for current news. In fact what we can learn from top SERP’s for Tebow related queries is that for trending news it is absolutely crucial that you provide the most current update. In fact 6 of the 10 organic results for the query, “Tebow” are actual blog posts covering Tebow’s playoff game victory rather than websites dedicated to Tebow himself. You would think an ESPN’s player profile page would come up on page one for “Tebow” but in fact it does not. Instead you will find several blog posts and or post game interviews with the Denver quarterback for his heroics on the football field.

SEO Marketing Takeaway

The SEO marketing takeaway is that it would be a wise decision on your behalf to write a blog post for your website covering current trending news in the world. It is best if you can relate the trending news to your industry and figure out exactly the effect this news has on your target market. By doing so you are not only providing  your readership value but you are also entertaining them with information that they would like to hear more of and are probably searching for online.

10 Mind Bending SEO and Social Media Stats

Ten Incredible Social and Search Stats

It is no secret that “inbound marketing”, a term coined by the genius’ at Hubspot, is beginning to dominate traditional marketing. Search Engine optimization and social media is powerful in theory because it is based upon providing consumers the information they want to see and hear where and when they want to see and hear it. Unlike traditional marketing and interruption advertising, inbound marketing delivers a message in the right context. As the social and search bandwagon grows larger more statistics allow marketers to understand just how gigantic a movement online marketing has become. Below are ten mind bending SEO and Social Media stats to juice up your Monday spirits.

1). Every minute more than 500 tweets contain YouTube Links. (SEO Chat, 2011)  TWEET THIS!

2). Firms generating 60% or more of their leads online are 2X more profitable than those generating less than 20% of their leads online. (HubSpot, 2011) TWEET THIS!

3). In the past 4 years, the web has gone from 100 million websites to 250 million. (Source: Netcraft, Dec 2010) TWEET THIS!

4). 67% of consumers conduct research online prior to purchase during the holiday season. (Source: Post Holiday Learnings for 2011 Google/OTX, Jan 2011) TWEET THIS!!

5). In 2011, the average shopper consults 10.4 sources prior to purchase, twice as many as a year ago. (Source: Google/Shopper Sciences, Zero Moment of Truth Macro Study, U.S., Apr 2011) TWEET THIS!

6). 53% of searchers purchase as a result of a smartphone search online. (Source: Google/OTX, The Mobile Movement, U.S, Apr 2011) TWEET THIS!

7). 43% of US adults say they’d be willing to give up beer for a month if it meant they could keep accessing the internet on their smartphones. (Source: Google/OTX, The Mobile Movement, U.S, Apr 2011) TWEET THIS!
8). 82.6% of internet users use search. (Source: eMarketer, July 2011) Tweet This!
9). 16% of the daily queries on Google have never been seen before. (Source: Google Internal Data 2011) Tweet This!!
10). 88% of US companies over 100 employees will use social media for marketing by 2012. (Source: eMarketer, November 2010) TWEET THIS!!