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SEO Career Orientation Speakers

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

SEO Career interns have the opportunity to learn from some of the industry’s top professionals. Learn more about our distinguished speakers below! Raymond McGuire Head, Corporate & Investment Banking, Citi Raymond McGuire is Citi’s head of global banking, based in New York. He is responsibile for managing the coverage of Global Industries and clients, and executing [...]

SEO Strategy: How To Rank on Google for "Nursing Jobs"

SEO Strategy: How To Rank on Google for "Nursing Jobs"


Meshworking

Some of the most contested real estate for recruiting and talent acquisition is Google's first page for nursing jobs. Learn how to compete for the top slot.

What is SEO (search engine optimization)? - Definition from WhatIs.com

What is SEO (search engine optimization)? - Definition from WhatIs.com


WhatIs.com

Search engine optimization (SEO) is an area of website development that seeks to improve the way content is ranked by search engines. Various approaches are taken to achieve that goal, including making sure the website architecture makes it easy for visitors to find content and that pages are mobile-friendly and load quickly.

We have your back!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

SEO Scholars often say that SEO is like their second family. That’s because they spend a lot of time with other Scholars on Saturdays, after school and in the summers. If you want to be surrounded by a diverse mix of students from all over New York City who dream of a successful future and [...]

SEO Manager Job Description, Requisition Template & Salary Information

SEO Manager Job Description, Requisition Template & Salary Information


Wiideman Consulting Group

Download a template SEO manager job description, see salary requirements for 2012, and print this pots with interview questions and answers.

How To Keep Your SEO Job: Useful Cross-Departmental Reports

How To Keep Your SEO Job: Useful Cross-Departmental Reports


Inflow

You’re only worth what it costs to replace you. So make yourself irreplaceable and keep your SEO job for as long as you wish.

How Greenlane Agency Boosted Their Rankings in Just a Couple of Days

by Andreea Sauciuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

This is a TRUE & SUCCESSFUL story from Bill Sebald – founder at Greenlane, with 15 years of eCommerce & SEO experience in the background, written and documented by himself.   Within 24 hours, we saw our rank improve from #5,  for one of the term we were optimizing for, to #2 in the search […]

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What is Unethical SEO, Spam or Black Hat SEO?

by bm-tyrone @ SEO Association

The post What is Unethical SEO, Spam or Black Hat SEO? appeared first on SEO Association.

Update: What does SEO mean?

by David Rosam @ Writing For SEO

As Writing For SEO matures, I’ve been reviewing some of my more popular, yet older, posts. It may be that Google still likes them and continues rating them well in the SERPs, but I can see the information is out of date, and in some cases I no longer agree with what I’ve said some time ago. […]

4 Tips for Making Your Marketing Portfolio a Magnet for Job Offers

by Mark Miller @

One of the most powerful assets any marketer can have for job hunting and career growth is a well-developed portfolio. But not all portfolios are created equal, and it’s possible to maximize the value from yours and get an edge over competition for your dream jobs. Marketing portfolios aren’t just for creatives these days. Nearly […]

Understanding SEO for Job Postings | DirectEmployers Association

Understanding SEO for Job Postings | DirectEmployers Association


DirectEmployers Association

SEO or search engine optimization is not just a buzzword or fad that’s changing at any point in time. The facts are that almost every computer user frequents either Google or Bing each day, and if your websites are not being properly optimized and indexed you could be missing out on valuable traffic. Think of search engines this way: there ...

Exact Volume Restriction – Keyword Planner Jumps the Shark!

by btvbill @ Vermont Web Design, Web Hosting and Development

Google’s Keyword Planner, a once useful tool for the general public, has now been hobbled and is for the most part, useless. If you have an AdWords account and haven’t bought any ads recently, here is what you will be greeted with: This page shows ranges for search volumes. For a more detailed view, set up and run a campaign. Like everything else Google does, ultimately, it benefits Google. Sorry, the truth hurts. Now, Google wants you to start paying for AdWords campaigns if you want to use the original Keyword Planner tool. The Average Monthly searches, as indicated above display some very vague data ranges. Practically useless for those who research long tail keywords for search engine optimization (SEO) purposes. Here’s what Cassie at Google has to say about the issue: We recently made a change to Keyword Planner that shows search volume data ranges based on spend and how you use the tool. This change aims to prevent “bots” from submitting an overwhelming number of searches in Keyword Planner, which was slowing down the tool and occasionally causing errors that prevented people from using the tool. We’ve heard your feedback that this limited view of search volume makes […]

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Welcome to SEO Scholars!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

SEO Scholars is a free eight-year academic program that gets low-income public high school students to and through college–with a 95% college graduation rate. In high school, we offer intensive year-round academic preparation via a carefully-calibrated, rigorously-assessed course of supplemental education. Our Saturday, summer and weekly after-school classes provide the equivalent of 2.5+ years of [...]

How to Measure the Success of Your SEO Efforts

by Cornelia Cozmiuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

SEO, like business and life, is all about constant improvement – and improvement is only possible when something can be measured.   Measuring SEO, however, is often easier said than done.   There is a staggering number of components and variables in the SEO efforts and several metrics are needed to gauge success. The complexity […]

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SearchCap: Google iOS app trends, difficult clients & content SEO

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

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Application Tips!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Are you working on your short answer responses and essay question for the SEO Scholars application? Scholar Vanessa P. at Academy of Finance and Enterprise High School in Queens put together some helpful tips on what to include. Follow her advice to advance your application to the next level!

Make the Most of Your Summer with Carla Harris’s 10-Week Plan

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

During in-person training, the SEO Career Class of 2017 learned how to make the most of their summers and all that SEO has to offer. Carla Harris, SEO Career Class of ’82, laid out her expert tips in a 10-week plan, starting with week one and following all the way through to getting the offer. [...]

How to Redesign Websites

by Kevin Yeaman @ Colorado SEO Expert

Redesigning a Website can be a daunting process requiring significant due diligence for the business owner. Nevertheless, historically small businesses have redesigned their websites around every 3 years to keep up with online competitors and emerging web design technologies and features. The objective of this post is to pinpoint key decision catalysts that are .....

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Step-by-Step Guide to Performing a Content Audit

by Andreea Sauciuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

Content audits can be very powerful and restorative, yet many content marketers and SEOs underestimate it, be it for its complexity, or its rather lengthy process. But if you want your content to perform, you should run a content audit from time to time.      It’s like those annual physical exams you take at […]

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The SEO Optimized Job Posting | SmartRecruiters

The SEO Optimized Job Posting | SmartRecruiters


SmartRecruiters Blog

The 6 essentials to an SEO optimized job ad: meta title, URL, < h1 > tag, body text, social signals, and backlinks, explains SEO expert Paul Andre de Vera

Special 50th Anniversary edition of Opportunity Knocks

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Read the Fall 2013 issue of SEO’s newsletter for stories on our 50th Anniversary Awards Dinner and more.

Don’t Give Up!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Have you started your SEO Scholars application but aren’t sure if you want to complete it? Are you worried you don’t have what it takes? Or that you’ll be overwhelmed by the new demands of high school? Don’t worry. Our Scholars know how you feel. In fact, Marium, one of our Scholars who is now [...]

Search Engine Optimization Success and The Google Game

by linchpinseo @ Linchpin SEO ///

If you’re playing the Google Game – that is, trying to get your site ranked higher in Google – you’ll need to employ the most modern SEO practices and pull out all of the stops. That means using all of the SEO campaign tactics that allow some websites to outrank much larger organizations, many that […]

Major Google Algorithm Update, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

A Google algorithm update likely occurred this week, according to data from various tracking tools. Google’s ongoing legal troubles in Europe have concluded with the EU issuing an outrageous fine. Notable changes to Google’s search policies have been introduced – some of which were voluntary and others that were forced on the search giant. Google […]

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Video: I discuss SEO in 2016 with Chase Reiner

by David Rosam @ Writing For SEO

I was nicely set up by my friend Chase last night! I’d agreed to record an episode of First Click’s Podcast, which turned out to be a chat around Content Marketing and SEO in 2016. We used a Google Hangout and he posted an unedited video of my unprepared thoughts on YouTube. So here’s what you shouldn’t […]

Here’s How To Convert More Blog Readers Into Leads

by linchpinseo @ Linchpin SEO ///

The Internet is extremely popular in today’s modern era, dubbed by some as the exponential age, meaning technology constantly develops at rates never before seen. Smartphones, desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and Internet connectivity is not only highly developed – they’re all extremely widespread. More than 85% of American households host at least one computer, […]

SEO Specialist

SEO Specialist


Built In Chicago

About G2 CrowdG2 Crowd’s real-time and unbiased user reviews help you objectively assess what is best for your business. Until recently, selecting business solutions was hard, risky, and inherently bi

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist job description template | Workable

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist job description template | Workable


Recruiting Resources: How to Recruit and Hire Better

This SEO specialist job description template is ready to post. It's easy to customize search engine optimization responsibilities and duties.

Digital candidates considering Freelance Vs Permanent

by Success Digital @ SuccessDigital

There is a growing desire for candidates wanting to make the transition from permanent to contract employment. Within digital roles there are varied brands/job sectors which regularly desire freelancers, whether it be to cover holiday or an additional head count for a large scale project. Depending on your skill level within your career, are you now looking to change things up and find your preferred industry/brand?

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Digital Trading, Global E-Commerce and Online Merchandising skill sets merge

by Success Digital @ SuccessDigital

As global e-commerce increases Digital Trading, Global E-Commerce and Online Merchandising skill sets merge together, it goes without saying we’ve become more interconnected via digital – the system of engagement for business has somewhat altered. The anonymity associated with online customers is one of the biggest obstacles to overcome in successful e-commerce merchandising- where did your visitor come from?…

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Hot Jobs in Academia

by Yana Young @ Mediabistro

Interested in passing on your knowledge and inspiring the next generation of media industry movers and shakers? If so, a career in academia may be just what you’re looking for! Explore some of our favorite academia based job opportunities now available on our job board below and apply today.

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The 7 Questions You Must Ask When Hiring an SEO Company

by linchpinseo @ Linchpin SEO ///

SEO is one of the most misunderstood, and most widely scammed business strategies. There are businesses all over the globe that will promise businesses the world, and guarantee top rankings, yet have little knowledge of what it actually takes or what SEO actually is. Being in the SEO world for close to 10 years now,  I have worked for, and […]

How to Learn SEO and Find Your First SEO Job | John Doherty

How to Learn SEO and Find Your First SEO Job | John Doherty


John Doherty

Tips and information about learning a new industry and set of skills, as well as finding a job that fits your skills and talents.

Digital Marketing Salaries & Jobs Drop for the First Time in 4 Years

Digital Marketing Salaries & Jobs Drop for the First Time in 4 Years


Conductor Spotlight

The number of SEO jobs and average salary has dropped -- but that's actually good news for the SEO industry. See more data on digital marketing salaries in the US.

What Is a Title Tag, and How Do You Write One?

by Mindy Young @ Online Writing Jobs & Freelance Content Writing Opportunities | The Official Online Writing Jobs Website

For those who are new to SEO writing, there can be a little bit of a learning curve, even if you’re already an experienced writer. You need to learn things like how to find and incorporate authoritative links, how to

Posting Messages Directly to Google Search, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

This week Google made it even easier to find jobs on its search engine. Google released a powerful new tool for small businesses. A new look for Google Analytics was rolled out to more users. A new and addictive Easter egg has been found in Google Search. Web pages with Google ads will now load […]

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The Guide To Website Taxonomy For Users and SEO

by linchpinseo @ Linchpin SEO ///

What is a website taxonomy? Taxonomy creation is the process of creating a classification system for a website. One of the most notable examples of a taxonomy is the species classification system. There are many ways of implementing a taxonomic system on your website that will provide a better user experience and help your search engine […]

SEO Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide

SEO Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide


Neil Patel

Guess how many blog posts are published each day. Any ideas? Over 2 million. That means 46 people have pressed publish by the time you read these 4 sentences. This makes it kinda tough to stand out. But you have to, if you want to make your blog a successful one, that is. While I …

Posting Messages Directly to Google Search, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

This week Google made it even easier to find jobs on its search engine. Google released a powerful new tool for small businesses. A new look for Google Analytics was rolled out to more users. A new and addictive Easter egg has been found in Google Search. Web pages with Google ads will now load […]

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What Does a Content Specialist Do?

What Does a Content Specialist Do?


Mediabistro

The content specialist title can include duties found across a lot of different jobs, from social media editor to content marketing manager.

The Conversion Rate Conundrum: Common Mistakes and What to Do Instead

by Today's Industry Insider @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

In real estate, the axiom is location, location, location. It’s first and foremost. The number one consideration. For your digital efforts – email, web pages, eCommerce platforms – an argument could be made for a few different ones: search engine optimization (SEO), the user experience (UX), conversion rate optimization (CRO), or perhaps something else entirely. […]

SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Google Cracks Down on Sites With Pop-Unders, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

Google has primarily been focusing on local search with its most recent updates, and has continued a trend of sharing local search advice on Twitter. Updates to paid search and Google’s advertising policies have also been rolled out, with an especially important update for AdSense publishers. Lastly, a new type of structured data markup has […]

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New Facebook Software that Auto-Responds to Comments

by btvbill @ Vermont Web Design, Web Hosting and Development

Credi Response does a great job of interacting with your Facebook audience without any dubious misdirection or tricks. Based upon a recommendation from another well known and highly respected Internet marketer, I decided to purchase Credi Response and give it a try. I’ve only had it for a couple days but I found it very easy to use. There’s nothing to install, as it runs as SAAS (software as a service), which means no issues with yet another WordPress plugin. Once I ordered, I received an email within just a few minutes with access to Credi Response along with some other free bonuses. There are also up-sells to a Pro version which you may want to consider. I found the Elite version sufficient enough for my needs. Here is a list of what Credi Response does: Sends a personal message to anyone who comments on your Facebook post. 100% automated. Just set up the message and It’ll be sent on autopilot. Send information, website links, or anything else you want. 100% Inboxing rate along with the message notification graphic and sound! Set up page level response, or specific responses to posts. Personalize with client name, date, day and more! Supports […]

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Medial S: The Old English S That Looks Like F

by Mindy Young @ Online Writing Jobs & Freelance Content Writing Opportunities | The Official Online Writing Jobs Website

Have you ever looked at a picture of a really old document or an inscription on the wall of an old building and thought, “Why are there F’s instead of S’s? Did F stand for S back then?” But no,

What Is Search Engine Optimization And Why Is It Important

What Is Search Engine Optimization And Why Is It Important


reliablesoft.net

Search engine optimization is nowadays more important than ever and it is necessary for every webmaster to understand the true meaning of SEO as well as the potential it creates for every business. What is SEO? Search engine optimization or SEO in short, is a set of rules that can be followed by website (or blog) owners to optimize their websites for search engines and thus improve their search engine rankings. In addition, it is a great way to increase the quality of their web sites by making them user- friendly, faster and easier to navigate. SEO can also be

Google For Jobs: How to Attract More Candidates to Your Job Postings

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

Google has launched a job-matching initiative which is now live in US search results. What the company calls “Google For Jobs” aims to assist job seekers and businesses alike, by making it easier for candidates to find their ideal employers. This post will teach you how to utilize this tool to help get your job […]

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How to use Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) to Rank Better on Mobile

by Adrian Cojocariu @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

Optimizing a page for mobile speed? Not easy. Mobile search has come a very long way, especially since the Google Mobile Friendly Update, back in 2014.   Mobile optimization keeps evolving, and it happens fast.  At first, we had separate mobile versions, then responsive designs, now we have Google AMP pushing strong. What AMP (accelerated mobile […]

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SEO Featured in Forbes!

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

SEO had the great privilege of being featured in Forbes #SocialImpact Voice campaign, which celebrates organizations committed to strengthening our communities, our nation, and the world over the next 100 years. Take a look at this article on the importance of developing a diverse workforce, and the positive impact diverse teams have on Corporate America. [...]

New Year, New Focus

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

Starting the new year on the right foot can make all the difference, regardless of your college year. Use this checklist as a guide for your yearly goal setting. Freshmen Discover your Strengths through SEO Apply for SEO Career and begin EDGE Set goals with the help of SEO coaches Gain exposure to different business, [...]

Difference between SEO and SEA

Difference between SEO and SEA


Queromedia

SEO vs SEA What's the difference between SEO and SEA? An internet user who performs a search in Google typically receives two types of results: organic or

Why Your Team Needs a Growth Manager

by Sherice Jacob @ The Kissmetrics Marketing Blog

Growth hackers…growth managers…growth marketers — startups these days are all about growth. But are these titles just different names for the same kind of job? And if you’re a startup, which type should you hire and why? This article will help shine some light on one of the hottest and most lucrative jobs in the […]

Major Google Algorithm Update, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

A Google algorithm update likely occurred this week, according to data from various tracking tools. Google’s ongoing legal troubles in Europe have concluded with the EU issuing an outrageous fine. Notable changes to Google’s search policies have been introduced – some of which were voluntary and others that were forced on the search giant. Google […]

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OFCCP to Host Compliance Assistance Town Halls

by DirectEmployers Association @ DirectEmployers Association

As with any job, feedback is crucial to providing better tools and resources. To ensure that federal contractors have the resources they need to voluntarily comply with the equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination obligations required by Executive Order 11246, Section 503, and VEVRAA, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) will be redesigning all of its fact sheets, education ...

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Helping the Reader Along With Transition Words

by Mindy Young @ Online Writing Jobs & Freelance Content Writing Opportunities | The Official Online Writing Jobs Website

There’s something to be said for keeping your writing simple and concise, but it’s easy for some writers to take this too far, creating sentences that sound like staccato drum beats rather than music to your ears. Many times, the

Competing for Talent? Check Your Benefits

by Leon Rubis @ Meshworking

With the national unemployment rate at 4.4 percent, the competition for talent is on a high boil. One of the best ways to attract top talent is to design a competitive benefits package and then market those benefits in way...

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19 Unique Moments in the Life of an SEO Specialist

19 Unique Moments in the Life of an SEO Specialist


SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

When you start working in the SEO field, all your life changes. You begin to see the world differently, your relationships gain a special flair and your own exi...

What is search engine optimization? definition and meaning

What is search engine optimization? definition and meaning


BusinessDictionary.com

Definition of search engine optimization: Refers to the process of improving traffic to a given website by increasing the site's visibility in search engine results. Websites improve search engine optimization by improving content, making ...

Update: Header tags and how you use them in SEO Copy

by David Rosam @ Writing For SEO

I returned to my post Header tags and how you use them in SEO Copy recently and added some more tips. It was popular before, but now it’s an essential read if you’re wondering about how you should be using h tags in your content. The updated post also contains some new suggestions for formatting in WordPress.

Chatbot Marketing: Is It the Strategy of the Future ?

by Adrian Cojocariu @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

There’s a big hype going on about chatbots. If you’ve heard of them but aren’t quite sure what exactly they are or how they work, you’re in the right place.   This article will explain what chatbots are and how they can help you take your digital marketing to the next level. I’m not using “to […]

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SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

The post SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Does the Google Interstitials Penalty Impact Your SEO Efforts?

by Andreea Sauciuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

Since the mobile intrusive interstitial ad penalty from January 10h, 2017, there has been a lot of fuss on pop-up, banner and interstitial ads. Google itself announced it will devalue webpages  that use intrusive pop-up and interstitial ads in mobile search.   Is this the end of those types of ads? Is there a Penalty for […]

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6 Technical SEO Skills an SEO Professional Should Have

6 Technical SEO Skills an SEO Professional Should Have


Search Engine Journal

There’s a lot you can do in terms of SEO without getting too technical. But there’s so much more you can do with some technical seo knowledge.

Hot Jobs Where You Work From Home

by Yana Young @ Mediabistro

We’ve all dreamed of quitting that dreaded 9-5 and working from the couch in the comfort of our home. Here’s your chance to explore that option with these fantastic jobs that allow you to follow your career passions and still have the flexibility to work remotely.  

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Hot Jobs in San Francisco

by Yana Young @ Mediabistro

Ready to cross the Golden Gate bridge and take over the media industry of the Bay Area? From rolling hills, to fogy mornings, and cable cars, San Francisco is home to major companies including Levi Strauss & Co., Gap Inc., Square, Inc., Airbnb, Weebly, Yelp, Pinterest, Twitter, Uber, Lyft, Mozilla, Wikimedia Foundation, and Craigslist. There...

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Everything You Need To Know About Augmented Reality and its Impact on SEO

by Cornelia Cozmiuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

The SEO industry will always vary according to trends, and the rise of AR will definitely be course-changing for the SEO specialists and their content strategies.   An emerging field of technology, augmented reality or AR  seems to be somehow of a buzzword nowadays. Rumor has it that augmented reality is limitless and has enormous […]

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‘Just create relevant quality content and you’ll be OK’. There are many reasons why I disagree

by David Rosam @ Writing For SEO

Google is looking to highlight all the great content on the web and SEO is dead. Ergo, just create some content that your audience will like and you’ll be OK. It’s a point of view I don’t adhere to, something that will come as no surprise if you’ve read this blog or met me in […]

What is an SEO Specialist: Job Description

What is an SEO Specialist: Job Description


FreshGigs.ca

A Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist’s main role is to analyze, review and implement changes to websites so they are optimized for search engines. This means maximizing the traffic to a site by improving page rank within search engines.

What is SEO? - Definition & Examples - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com

What is SEO? - Definition & Examples - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com


Study.com

Customers use search engines every day. Being visible to those customers is a key part of being successful online. This lesson defines search...

Using SEO to Market a Business

by admin @ Marketing Career Information

With Google constantly refining its search algorithms, the best practices for SEO (search engine optimization) are constantly changing. Strategies that got you to the top of Google searches in 2010 will now cause your site ranking to be downgraded. So, … Continue reading

4 Steps for Securing a Solid Teacher Recommendation

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

By Woodjerry E. (SEO Scholar, Class of 2015) A teacher recommendation is one of the most important pieces of the SEO Scholars application. The recommendation is unique in that it allows SEO Scholars to get to know you beyond your GPA. It also allows SEO Scholars to see your teachers’ perceptions of you and to [...]

What Does an SEO Company Actually Do?

What Does an SEO Company Actually Do?


Blue Corona

What does an SEO company actually do? And do you need one for your business? Click here to learn more.

What does SEO mean? How do you define it? | WFS

What does SEO mean? How do you define it? | WFS


Writing For SEO

I'm often asked 'what does SEO mean'. Today's answer is a lot different from even a few years ago, with an emphasis on quality content and reader value.

The Writer’s Guide to Local SEO

by David Rosam @ Writing For SEO

New Design for Mobile Search, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

Google was spotted testing a new design for mobile search results, which may or may not end up getting rolled out as a permanent redesign. More information about Google’s upcoming mobile-first index has been revealed, as well as new information about the company’s new Posts feature. It’s now easier to find wheelchair accessible locations in […]

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So You Want to go to College…

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Let us help you make it happen. Apply for SEO Scholars! We know it seems early to be thinking about college but if you take your education into your own hands NOW, you’ll make your college dreams a reality four years from now! The path to college starts today. We’re looking for curious and driven [...]

SEO Writing For Dummies | Online Writing Jobs

SEO Writing For Dummies | Online Writing Jobs


Online Writing Jobs

SEO Writing for Dummies An important tool in a freelance writer’s arsenal is search engine optimization, also called SEO. In this piece, we’ll answer key questions like "What is SEO content writing?" and "How can it help a client’s website?" Understanding how to write SEO content is key to your success as a freelance writer, so learn some of these helpful tips and tricks so that you can produce great work. What is SEO Writing? SEO writing is a form of writing that helps websites become more visible to major search engines like Google and Bing. A highly visible website with good content appears on the first few pages of results when someone searches for that topic. Those websites, in turn, get a tremendous boost in traffic from search engine users. That makes writing for SEO very worthwhile for websites seeking an audience. SEO content-writing jobs are increasingly in demand, so having an understanding of what exactly the job entails means you will be a more valuable asset to any

The New SEO Definition Is Rooted in The User

The New SEO Definition Is Rooted in The User


Linchpin SEO ///

LinchpinSEO ///: The New SEO Definition Is Rooted in The User

A Guide to Creating Candidate Personas – Download Your Free eBook

by Allison Kelley @ Meshworking

Looking to hire new talent? Look first at your own employees. The characteristics, skills and backgrounds of your best performers provide important insights into what types of candidates might perform well in those jobs. In our Guide to Creating Candidate...

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How an SEO Pro Increased His Organic Traffic by 157.80% – Case Study

by Andreea Sauciuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

This is a TRUE & SUCCESSFUL story from the SEO strategist Jason Acidre – Co-founder at Xight Interactive, written and documented by himself.   From position #12 to position #5 in under 30 days. It’s definitely a huge thing, especially for consultants and site owners who are looking to get even more productive in the […]

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What Is SEO / Search Engine Optimization?

What Is SEO / Search Engine Optimization?


Search Engine Land

Get started learning all about SEO from the industry's most trusted source, Search Engine Land. Review basics of search engine optimization, ranking factors & more.

What's Really Included in An SEO's Job - Whiteboard Friday

What's Really Included in An SEO's Job - Whiteboard Friday


Moz

In the ever-changing world of SEO, how do you know what your day-to-day responsibilities should look like? Rand digs into the ever-changing duties of an SEO in today's fast-paced world.

Google Cracks Down on Sites With Pop-Unders, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

Google has primarily been focusing on local search with its most recent updates, and has continued a trend of sharing local search advice on Twitter. Updates to paid search and Google’s advertising policies have also been rolled out, with an especially important update for AdSense publishers. Lastly, a new type of structured data markup has […]

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SEO Job Description: What to Look for in an SEO Expert

SEO Job Description: What to Look for in an SEO Expert


Hiring | Upwork

Proper search engine optimization (SEO) is a necessity for businesses to gain greater visibility with search engines, and an SEO expert has the skills to help clients vault their way to the top of these search engines, all the while focusing on things like customer engagement and conversion rates. In this article, get tips on how to hire an SEO expert with a great job description.

How to Start a Book Club

by Mindy Young @ Online Writing Jobs & Freelance Content Writing Opportunities | The Official Online Writing Jobs Website

With the arrival of summer and the end of the school year upon us, it’s a good time to take stock of our reading goals for the year. After all, summer is a perfect time for reading, whether it’s enjoying

What Does SEO Mean? Discover What You Really Need to Know!

What Does SEO Mean? Discover What You Really Need to Know!


Vermont Web Design, Web Hosting and Development

SEO stands for "search engine optimization". Everyone seems to have heard about and uses the term "SEO" but many do not know what SEO means, or what it does

New Design for Mobile Search, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

Google was spotted testing a new design for mobile search results, which may or may not end up getting rolled out as a permanent redesign. More information about Google’s upcoming mobile-first index has been revealed, as well as new information about the company’s new Posts feature. It’s now easier to find wheelchair accessible locations in […]

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Job Description: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Analyst

Job Description: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Analyst


KoMarketing: B2B Search, Social, & Content Marketing

Job description and key functional and professional responsibilities for the search engine optimization analyst position at KoMarketing.

Organizations Can Use Assessments to Bridge the Skills Gap

by Sharlyn Lauby @ hr bartender

The skills gap has caused workplace problems for years. With tight employment, the problem is even greater. Assessments can help you bridge the skills gap.

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How To Build A Successful Consulting or Agency Business

by John Doherty @ John Doherty

Thinking about going on your own to build a consulting or agency business? Then read this first. I will never forget September 29th, 2015. This was the day after I got laid off from my last fulltime job (19 months, where does the time go?) and I was laying in bed. I’m an ENTJ with […]

How to Use Keywords: A Recipe for Success

by Mindy Young @ Online Writing Jobs & Freelance Content Writing Opportunities | The Official Online Writing Jobs Website

In the world of content marketing, keywords are king, and many articles that freelance writers are asked to complete will include a list of keyword phrases that need to be incorporated into the text. What are keywords, exactly, and how

Google For Jobs: How to Attract More Candidates to Your Job Postings

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

Google has launched a job-matching initiative which is now live in US search results. What the company calls “Google For Jobs” aims to assist job seekers and businesses alike, by making it easier for candidates to find their ideal employers. This post will teach you how to utilize this tool to help get your job […]

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SEO Executive Job Description | Digital Marketing Career Zone | Bubble Jobs

SEO Executive Job Description | Digital Marketing Career Zone | Bubble Jobs


Digital Marketing Career Zone

Struggling to put together an SEO Executive job description? Don't panic! Our free SEO Executive job description template should help!

5 Essential Steps You Need to Take to Prepare for Your Next Marketing Job Search

by aliceoh1 @

Initiating a job search is a challenging and demanding process for many marketing professionals. Whether you’re unemployed and searching for a work opportunity or looking to get out of your current job, it’s a daunting task that can be overwhelming. Many marketing search firms know how important it is to approach looking for a new […]

12 Inspiring Workspaces from Awesome Digital Marketers

by Cornelia Cozmiuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

As many of you know, cognitiveSEO likes tackling in-depth, extensive digital marketing topics. We like going all analytical with our blog posts and case studies. There are two reasons behind it. One – to find as many solutions as possible to questions we marketers have. Two – we enjoy to dive deep into research and […]

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When Looking For a Marketing Job, You Are the Product

by admin @ Marketing Career Information

Job-Seeking marketing professionals are often so used to marketing a service or a product that they tend to forget that they themselves are a marketable commodity. When searching for a new job or looking to get promoted, it is important … Continue reading

Google’s Website Builder, Highlights From SMX, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

This past week Search Engine Land held its SMX Advanced conference, which featured a number of Google executives. That means we learned a number of intricate details about how Google’s search algorithms work – thanks to the questions asked by SEOs in attendance. Google has released a simple website building tool, which means there are […]

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WordPress Disadvantages Overcome By Technical SEO

by Kevin Yeaman @ Colorado SEO Expert

Websites built using the WordPress content management system dominate the web with over 70 million sites built on the WordPress open source content management system platform according to Yoast figures. From th cost of development point of view to the SEO optimization angle, it's the most affordable, efficient, and effective marketing platform in spite of it's complications and weaknesses.

WordPress delivers far more advantages than disadvantages. For the sake of argument we'll list some of the more common disadvantages that people eventually run in to unintentionally. The upshot is that all WordPress disadvantages can be overcome with an initial SEO-friendly setup strategy and plan in place, or with an SEO expert that knows technical SEO.

For small business owners and web design agencies, taking advantage ......

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Was Your WordPress Website Hacked?

by btvbill @ Vermont Web Design, Web Hosting and Development

Nothing is worse than a customer searching for your website, in a Google search and then seeing the dreaded words in the search results: “This website may have been hacked” If that’s the case then you had better start looking carefully at your website. In this post, we’re concentrating on WordPress websites. Although WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world (making it a prime target for hackers), the problem is equally an issue for Joomla, Drupal, ModX and other such CMS websites. They are all targets. The main issue stems from improper care and feeding of your website. In the days when “webmasters” ruled the land, only people with the knowledge to code and maintain websites had to deal with these issues. When you have someone properly qualified to maintain your website on a daily basis, it’s like having a security guard at the door. However in this day and age the security guard at the door may be someone assigned to light web content management tasks and Facebook posts, etc., rather than a trained professional web expert. In fact, the hackers are thrilled and have a much easier job of hacking a website, when there […]

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Killer Tips for a Powerful Social Media Strategy

by Cornelia Cozmiuc @ SEO Blog | cognitiveSEO Blog on SEO Tactics & Strategies

Large and active following on social media should be viewed as an essential asset to your online marketing strategy. We are witnessing social networks flourish in terms of both users and user generated content. Followers are a great asset, and the more they are, the more likely they will be to help lead generation. In […]

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What is SEO and how can it help my website's Google visibility?

What is SEO and how can it help my website's Google visibility?


the Guardian

Learning how to improve your site's SEO can significantly improve your business' prominence in online search results

Everything #HR Needs To Know About SEO - hr bartender

Everything #HR Needs To Know About SEO - hr bartender


hr bartender

SEO isn't just for marketers. HR pros need to know about SEO. So we asked Sisan Vitale at iCIMS to share everything HR needs to know about SEO.

Google’s Website Builder, Highlights From SMX, + More in This Week’s SEO & SEM News Roundup

by Pam Aungst @ Pam Ann Marketing

This past week Search Engine Land held its SMX Advanced conference, which featured a number of Google executives. That means we learned a number of intricate details about how Google’s search algorithms work – thanks to the questions asked by SEOs in attendance. Google has released a simple website building tool, which means there are […]

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How I streamlined my newsletter workflow with AWeber Curate

by David Rosam @ Writing For SEO

IMPORTANT Update, 22 August 2016: For the last two issues of The Week in Writing For SEO, I’ve hit serious problems which have delayed the newsletter. They seem to be caused by the HTML generated by Curate because the test e-mail doesn’t work properly in some e-mail clients/web browsers. I’ve reported the problems to AWeber and […]

A Guide to Becoming a Successful SEO Account Manager - Recruiment News - Calibre Search

A Guide to Becoming a Successful SEO Account Manager - Recruiment News - Calibre Search


Calibre Search

A Guide to Becoming a Successful SEO Account Manager - Recruiment News Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), and SEO account management, are both relatively new as professions go. So it is understandable that not everyone will necessarily know what an SEO Acc

How to Become an SEO Freelancer in 48 Hours

How to Become an SEO Freelancer in 48 Hours


Location Rebel

Anyone Can Become an SEO FREELANCER and Learn How to Do SEO. But Becoming an SEO Freelancer Takes Time and Hard Work. This Guide Shows You How to Start.

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