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As the CEO of a digital marketing agency specializing in search engine optimization services, I’m convinced of its effectiveness for getting top positions in organic ranking and getting targeted traffic to a website. However, SEO isn’t a one-time investment; it’s an ongoing process of improving content based on the updates in Google algorithms.

Google improves its search function by organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible. In the last five years since its explosive growth, SEO has undergone many changes. Some of the game-changing updates Google has rolled out in the past decade are RankBrain, Hummingbird and the Exact Match Domain update. These algorithms make the search engine smarter than ever. Although these updates make life easier for end-users, SEO specialists and brands are forced to stay on their toes to quickly integrate these new techniques into their digital marketing strategy.

Below, I have identified three crucial trends

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Top 23 Internet Providers in Redmond, WA

June 20, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Redmond Residential Internet Coverage

Homes in the white-collar city of Redmond are among the most expensive in both Washington and the United States. Residents are extremely well-educated, many with advanced degrees. They tend to be wealthy and work in computer science and math. Nearly 40% of Redmond residents were born in another country. Redmond residents trust their internet suppliers to keep them connected with loved ones overseas and support their efforts to pursue additional education.

Xfinity offers cable internet to 99% of Redmond residents. Frontier FiOS offers DSL to 98% of the area. They’re also bringing fiber optics to 80% of homes east of 132nd Ave. CenturyLink has a small share of the DSL market, reaching 6% of west of W Snoqualmie Rd. NE. Wave Broadband also offers cable internet to 1% of residents north of Rte. 202.

Businesses in the area have the additional options of getting copper wire

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*NOTE: In response to the COVID-19 emergency, Comcast is offering 2 months free to new Internet Essentials customers who apply by June 30th, 2020.*

 Internet Essentials Program
(855) 846-8376 *Due to current high demand for the program, there may be long phone wait times. If you can find a way to access the internet, you can also apply here: https://apply.internetessentials.com/

  • $9.95/month + tax
  • Unlimited internet (download speeds up to 25 Mbps).
  • No credit checks, contracts or equipment rental fees. 
  • Must live in an area where Comcast is available.
  • Free installation and in-home Wi-Fi. Access to 40 1-hour sessions of XFINITY Wi-Fi hotspots outside the home every 30 days.
  • Eligibility includes households eligible for public assistance programs such as:
    • National School Lunch Program
    • Public Housing Assistance
    • Medicaid
    • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
    • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
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Internet Service Providers in Washington

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Top 28 Internet Providers in Seattle, WA

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Seattle residential internet coverage

Home of Amazon, Microsoft, Tableau, Expedia, and hundreds of other tech companies, Seattle is certainly tech friendly. So it’s no surprise that this area has several Internet Service Providers with racing speeds.

North Seattle

In North Seattle, you can get the fastest internet service from CenturyLink and Xfinity. Neighborhoods in the Northwest (west of 1st Avenue NE) can get Frontier FiOS and Viasat.

Seattle University District

People living near the University of Washington can get speeds up to 1,000 Mbps (1 gigabit) from Wave, CenturyLink, and Xfinity. Spectrum also offers some coverage in this area with speeds up to 115 Mbps.

Magnolia, Queen Ann, South Lake Union in Seattle

CenturyLink and Xfinity are the main internet providers in Magnolia, Queen Ann, and South Lake Union neighborhoods of Seattle. You can also get satellite service from HughesNet or Viasat, although this requires installation of a satellite dish

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