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Chris Burres:               [Laughter] Hi, and welcome to the SEO Podcast: Unknown Secrets of Internet Marketing. My name is Chris Burres, owner of E-Webstyle.

Charles Lewis:                         Charles Lewis, your internet marketing specialist.

Chris Burres:               How are you guys doing today? Wait, don’t answer that. We can’t hear you. Anyway, you are listening to the most popular SEO podcast on iTunes. This is podcast number 155.

Charles Lewis:                         Yes.

Chris Burres:               The last podcast was 154 and we have a tip from that podcast. I don’t even know what my pod tip is that. It’s for — it’s regarding web design and it says make sure your CTA is prominent and easily understood.

Charles Lewis:             Yeah, great. That’s — that’s one of the most important things with the CTA is that it has to be prominent, meaning it has to be easily assessed or can be seen whether it’s a mobile browser or a web browser and also understandable. Let people know exactly what it is and make sure it’s clear the action that you want people to take.

Chris Burres:               And we think that just your number, phone number —

Charles Lewis:                         Don’t work.

Chris Burres:               … or prominent place, not good enough.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               We think call your number. Call 44 [Audio Glitch] right [Audio Glitch] call — call for something. So make that CTA a little bit stronger.

Charles Lewis:                         Hey —

Chris Burres:               What?

Charles Lewis:             You definitely wanted to give peep — the more impactful the CTA, the more likelihood people will actually going to take that action.

Chris Burres:               Remember we are your friendly local neighborhood top position snatchers —

Charles Lewis:                         Yes.

Chris Burres:               … where our mantra is…

Charles Lewis:                         [Singing] “Don’t be a douche.”

Chris Burres:               If you’re near some sort of electronical device, electric device, some sort of social media device, go ahead and tweet right now. And you can tweet or should tweet…

Charles Lewis:             #SEOPodcast155. Make sure you tag us in it @ewebstyle, that way we can link up networking and now that the good things that come would be in social.

Chris Burres:               And now for our section The Algorithm Cataclysm.

Charles Lewis:                         [Sound Effect]

Chris Burres:               Oh that’s good, that’s good. We’ve got — there was another Panda refresh 3. – going at 3.8. It says as always that it will affect less than 1% of the sites that are out there and were of the searches all through out there.

Charles Lewis:                         They said 1% of Google searches worldwide.

Chris Burres:               Worldwide.

Charles Lewis:                         So —

Chris Burres:               A lot. [Laughter]

Charles Lewis:                         The whole world. [Laughter]

Chris Burres:               It says that its intent was to release or capture sites that deserve it according to the algo [Audio Glitch] when after they knew would be [Audio Glitch] so quickly amidst [Audio Glitch] on that wraps up our Cataclysm. We can [Audio Glitch] two news here. Google Goggles are out, right? 1500 bucks, you can get some Google — I don’t know how is it like it. I’m sure they’re not delivering today.

Charles Lewis:                         Yes.

Chris Burres:               And it’s not too far in that future. It says that these are for people who are on the leading, leading cutting edge of technology.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               I want one.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah, I need one.

Chris Burres:               Yeah.

Charles Lewis:                         Somebody sponsor me a pair.

Chris Burres:               Yeah, to make it two, just two — will do any color. Blue.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah, yeah.

Chris Burres:               I don’t even know if they come in colors. We’ll paint them —

Charles Lewis:                         They should — yeah.

Chris Burres:               We’ll be the first ones to paint them. [Laughter] Really, go red. I want it red and it breaks everything.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               It’s like lead paint. [Laughter] And our can’t get signal. One of the interesting things that they did at the event that they were releasing the Google Goggles, they had people with the goggles on who were parachuting. They had people who were rappelling off the side of buildings and in order to broadcast it live, they actually had to create their own networks, right? Their own Wi-Fi network to actually use —

Charles Lewis:                         To use — yeah, because you can’t see —

Chris Burres:               Above a thousand feet.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah. [Laughter]

Chris Burres:               There’s no 3G. [Laughter] It’s just — there’s no 3G above a thousand feet and so they ended up using like military grade technology in order to create the network to support —

Charles Lewis:                         Necessarily to afford —

Chris Burres:               … missing a bit —

Charles Lewis:                         … before product launch.

Chris Burres:               I thought that was pretty cool.

Charles Lewis:                         That’s awesome.

Chris Burres:               It turns out Google Chrome is actually crashing MacBooks. I don’t know if you’ve heard about that. There is something in Chrome that’s actually causing what’s called a kernel panic and — and they say well blame it on the operating system. Software shouldn’t be able to cause a kernel panic. And apparently a kernel panic is not as nice as it sounds because panic —

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               … is like “ooh” you should be worried.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah, kernel panic is almost blue screen.

Chris Burres:               Right.

Charles Lewis:                         Didn’t say —

Chris Burres:               It is and what they’re saying is —

Charles Lewis:                         … hey — they’re like blue screen.

Chris Burres:               It doesn’t shut down the app. It actually requires a reboot.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               Yes.

Charles Lewis:             I had that and I’m an avid Chrome user, that’s why I’m sitting here with the blank stare —

Chris Burres:               Yeah, yeah.

Charles Lewis:             … my face like, dude, that’s the reason why but it hasn’t happened in a while like it happened like last year some time when I end up having to give my — which will end up in a different issue but I did that a kernel panic and I was using Chrome. So…

Chris Burres:               Yeah, maybe it’s a newer version or something. On our Facebook page, by the way, you can get to our Facebook page, —


Charles Lewis:                         ewebstyle.

Chris Burres:               Or our Twitter page, —

Charles Lewis:                         ewebstyle.

Chris Burres:               Or our YouTube page, —

Charles Lewis:                         ewebstyle.

Chris Burres:               [Laughter] And you can send it — that’s good. You can send us an e-mail at —

Charles Lewis:               

Chris Burres:               Or left the whole —

Charles Lewis:                         You left podcast —

Chris Burres:               [Laughter] And Aric Boyles on our Facebook, he actually posted “Hey, there’s a new standalone podcast app that’s coming out on Apple devices.” You can actually get an app that’s focus specifically on —

Charles Lewis:                         I saw that –

Chris Burres:               … podcast. You don’t have to go through iTunes or whatever. Hopefully, that will help people find us easier. Yeah, I liked it. It was cool. What’s really interesting? The number one iOS app right now, Google Chrome.

Charles Lewis:                         Wow, it’s crashing.

Chris Burres:               Well, it’s crashing on the MacBooks, right?

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               So the iOS app is really for —

Charles Lewis:                         Phone.

Chris Burres:               For the mobiles stuff —

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               So, yeah but that’s pretty cool.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah.

Chris Burres:               Number one app —

Charles Lewis:                         That’s pretty cool but it also kind of sucks, right?

Chris Burres:               Yeah.

Charles Lewis:             I mean it’s cool that the Google Chrome, the Google but it is not working across all Mac devices properly —

Chris Burres:               Yeah.

Charles Lewis:                         So…

Chris Burres:               Apple, get — I mean you guys can’t do anything right. [Laughter] Clearly, as shown by your success. So we – we actually have three reviews. There are no tear, tear tattoos today and I thought I’m going to read kind of the most endearing one last and kind of paraphrase it. Here we go, this is from UK, that’s not his — he’s actually from —

Charles Lewis:                         UK?

Chris Burres:               Yeah, I thought it’s UK. “SEO tips, this is Orange.octopus.” It’s kind of —

Charles Lewis:                         Okidoki.

Chris Burres:               … cool, cool name. The — the review reads “Great entertainment, great knowledge-building, great tips bang up today issues, discussions and solutions.” That’s got to be like —

Charles Lewis:                         What’s?

Chris Burres:               … British phraseology. “You will not regret listening to this. Oliver Wild, the Sheffield Builder,” and his website is And he does asked us not kick him in the chin. What are you talking about?

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah, we will punch you in the face. [Punching Sound]

Chris Burres:               Punch you in the face. Next, we’ve got ‘Top quality content and funny too’, that’s the title of Nicholas Grinning [0:07:26] [Phonetic]. “These guys give top quality up-to-date content and to top it all off, they are very easy to listen to and very funny.” Thank you very much.

Charles Lewis:                         Appreciate it.

Chris Burres:               On all of the — that is very nice of you to say. [Laughter] “Keep up the great work. Thanks, Nick.” Actually, thank you, Nick.

Charles Lewis:                         Yeah, punch in the face to you, Nick. [Punching Sound]

Chris Burres:               Here’s a good one, this is from — a real I guess really long. I actually took a screenshot of it and post it on our Facebook page. Again, that’s —

Charles Lewis:                         ewebstyle.

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