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Google AdWords & Shopping: These Companies Advertise The Most

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

We have analyzed the two most important advertising forms in the U.S. search results of google.com – Google AdWords and Google Shopping (Product Listing Ads, PLA). The results of the study can be downloaded as a whitepaper below. It contains findings about the 10 biggest advertisers in AdWords & Shopping as well as information about the […]

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Return of the Phantom: Part 4

by Holly Miller @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

This post was updated on July 11, 2016. All aboard! The Google quality train is making its way through the internet once again. This time, the engineer driving this metaphorical train is driven by quality and improved user experience. Even though this is an unconfirmed update from Google, we at Searchmetrics are seeing changes in […]

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SEO is Not Flat

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

Did you know that SEO is not flat? It isn’t just black and white words placed on a web page and forgotten about by website owners. Today’s SEO is multidimensional. Today’s SEO includes how-to guides and tutorials, podcasts and videos, images and infographics, online store and courses, membership sites and eBooks, social media websites and... Read More

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Google’s Outbound Link Penalty

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

Google's outbound link penalty is nothing new, and nothing to be affraid of.

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Google Quality Impact of Using NoIndex on Large Part of a Site

by Jennifer Slegg @ The SEM Post

Many SEOs use the noindex page for a variety of reasons, such as for duplicate landing pages for tracking, for crawl budget purposes and for content that site owners are concerned is below a quality threshold.  But does Google do anything with those noindexed pages, since they are still crawled by Googlebot, for assessing the […]

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This Week In Search & SEO: August 11, 2017

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

Welcome to the recap of top news stories in SEO and search for the week ending on August 11, 2017. Let’s jump right in with what happened.

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SEO Benefits of .com Versus Everything Else

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Should you go with a .com, .info, .org or dot-something else? Except in very rare instances, it’s almost always best to go with a .com domain name. Sure, you might need to do a .gov or a .edu, but for the vast majority of businesses a .com in your URL is best—for the reasons you […]

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SEO News: Search Engine Optimization & Marketing Articles

SEO News: Search Engine Optimization & Marketing Articles


B² Interactive

Get the latest SEO news. B2 Interactive shares tips for search engine optimization and marketing - on-page, off-page, schema and content strategy advice.

What are the Biggest SEO Challenges for 2017? - DeepCrawl

What are the Biggest SEO Challenges for 2017? - DeepCrawl


DeepCrawl

DeepCrawl's Customer Advisory Board members weigh in on the top SEO challenges this year

Sheer SEO: A World of SEO Amazing

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

From time to time, I’m asked to evaluate SEO websites.  I try to do it when I have the time because often, I stumble upon great new tools to implement in my business.  A couple of weeks back, Roy B. from Sheer SEO sent an email and asked me to check out their site. I’ve […]

The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Media Friendly Press Conferences

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

The title of this blog seems redundant. Common sense says that if it is a press conference, then it should be media friendly…right? The whole point of having a press conference is to alert the media to something new, but as former journalists, we have seen a lot of press conferences that were more snooze conferences than anything [...]

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SEO: Don’t underestimate the basic practices

by Steve Haar @ SEO News and Information

Over the years SEO tactics have evolved to try to keep up with the changes in how Google ‘enforces’ what it considers to be quality websites and content. As we engage with new clients we see that many of the problems are related to ignoring the basics in favor of chasing the latest tactics. It […]

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Why Blackhat and Grayhat SEO is SHORT-LIVED (and a WASTE of your money!)

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

Why Blackhat and Grayhat SEO is Short-Lived (and a waste of your money) We all want to rank #1 on Google for “weight loss pills” and “buy Viagra online” but let’s be honest. Those are some of the most difficult to rank keywords to rank. But wait…   For only $199/month you can get a

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Return of the Phantom: Part 4

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

This post was updated on July 11, 2016. All aboard! The Google quality train is making its way through the internet once again. This time, the engineer driving this metaphorical train is driven by quality and improved user experience. Even though this is an unconfirmed update from Google, we at Searchmetrics are seeing changes in […]

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Search Engine Land | Must Read News About SEO, SEM & Search Engines

Search Engine Land | Must Read News About SEO, SEM & Search Engines


Search Engine Land

Search Engine Land is a must read hub for news and information about search engine marketing, optimization and how search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Live.com and Ask.com work for searchers.

2016 year in review, and what's planned for 2017

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

2016 was an extraordinary year for all SEOprofiler users. It has been a busy and exciting year for us and, without doubt, for you. 2016 was a year full of new features and improvements in SEOprofiler that help you to get more out of your online business.

What’s in a URL and How it Affects SEO

by Wil @ Internet Marketing Team

What is a URL? When creating a new website we often forget the important role our URL plays. URL is the abbreviation for “Uniform Resource Locator”. It directs people and software to your website specifically. It’s what identifies your page and is the first thing most people and search engines see when looking at your […]

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How Google’s 2.4 Billion Pound Fine Could Shape the Future of Organic Search in Europe

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Google has just been handed a 2.4 billion pound fine relating to its shopping service for abusing its dominance, this is potentially the first of many for the US giant. The result of such a fine will have ripple effects...

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Using Data to Help Save the World

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

At Searchmetrics, big data is not only the heart and soul of our Enterprise Suite, it’s a the passion that drives our team. That’s why we celebrate when one of our own directs such enthusiasm toward helping make the world work and play better. Data scientist Abhishek Thakur recently took home awards in the U.S. […]

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Three Elements of a Search Listing

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

Each listing on the SERP has three core components, which include the page title, page description, and page URL. An example of this is given in the image below. The above search result was given for a basic search for the word plumber. Let’s review the three items in more depth. Page Title This is... Read More

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SEO Benefits of .com Versus Everything Else

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Should you go with a .com, .info, .org or dot-something else? Except in very rare instances, it’s almost always best to go with a .com domain name. Sure, you might need to do a .gov or a .edu, but for the vast majority of businesses a .com in your URL is best—for the reasons you […]

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How to know if your SEO company is the one

by Pure Visibility @ Pure Visibility

If you’ve been in the market for SEO services, you’ve probably read the articles detailing the warning signs of a bad provider: pitches or prices that seem too good to be true, buying links, and guarantees of #1 rankings top...

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How to optimize VR content for search

by Jessie Moore @ SEO – Search Engine Watch

Virtual reality (VR) has been the talk of the town for a little while now and its marketing potential is getting difficult to ignore. But despite the clear benefits of VR, businesses are still hesitant about diving in. Can VR content be found using search engines? Is it even possible to optimize virtual reality content for search? We take a look at how to do VR SEO.

SEO Tips Every Small Business Should Follow

by Coral Luck @ Ricemedia

Odds are that if you’re a small business, you might not see the point in ranking on search engines.  Afterall,  bigger companies will just appear at the top because they have the power to do so…. Well, you are very much wrong! If any business wants to make money online, they should be thinking about…

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Are Speed Ranking Factors a Magic 8-Ball for Google?

by Sebastien Edgar @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

For a while now, the stock answer to the question of whether speed matters much as a Google search ranking factor has been a source of frustration. Even the Magic 8-Ball won’t sidestep the question by answering “Maybe.” Google first broached the subject in 2010 by announcing site speed would be included in rankings, though […]

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Google prefers HTTPS sites - Are your site security settings correct?

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Some time ago, Google announced that they planned to use HTTPS as a ranking signal. Later, Google said they they started indexing HTTPS pages by default. Checking the security settings of your website is easy if you have a SEOprofiler account. Among many other important things, the Website Audit tool in SEOprofiler also checks the security settings of your server. You get a detailed check of the security settings of your website, as well as tips on how to improve these settings.

Just Say No to AutoSpinner SEO Plugins

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

This morning I received an email from Envato Market, which is a very large marketplace for website design templates, plugins, and files. The email subject line was “Rebecca is Your Website Ranking?” which immediately peaked my interest since I do not view Envato as the authority on search engine optimization. As I began reading the... Read More

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Free as in beer: manage your links with the improved Link Manager tool

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

We have released a new version of the Link Manager in SEOprofiler. The Link Manager is a powerful tool that helps you to keep track of your link building activities. It is available in all SEOprofiler plans, including the free demo version.

August 2017 AdWords Promo Codes

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

AdWords promo codes change frequently. If you’ve landed at this page and it’s no longer August 2017 or the code doesn’t work for some reason you’ll find our most recent AdWords promo codes here. As a Google Partner we can generate AdWords promo codes to share. Obviously this isn’t something exclusive to Beanstalk (or any […]

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SEO World Rankings – Leading International Domains and Big Winners

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

To provide a fresh, global analysis of Google rankings, we have compiled data from 10 national Google indexes, from Austria to USA. These results combine to form the Searchmetrics SEO World Rankings. The infographic reveals the top 10 most visible domains in each of the 10 countries, based on their performance during the last 12 […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: “What Should I Write About?”

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

“What should I write about?”   Anyone asking this question might often have two answers. There are two opposing forces one must consider: “What’s happening in our business?” and “What truly matters to our customers?” We’re Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO this week to discuss this conundrum: What should you write about? If you Google “what […]

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Why Your SEO Campaigns Are Failing

by Joe Restivo @

2017 is going to be big for SEO with many new trends such as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), RankBrain, mobile-first indexing, and the latest developments in Google’s algorithms. Soon all old strategies will be unused and for those who do not use up-to-date strategies will have to go through a big change. If your SEO […]

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Searchmetrics Releases the “Self Optimizer” to help you self optimize websites

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

For many years our clients have asked for more automation in our platform. Today we are delivering on this request, giving our customer the most powerful tool in SEO. The realities of being an in-house SEO are demanding and we have an increasing need to streamline processes and capabilities for optimization. For this reason our […]

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SEO Series: Accelerated Mobile Pages

by Lauren Boles @ CNN Newsource

As part of CNN Newsource’s ongoing series of thought leadership designed to help our affiliates expand their audience reach on digital platforms, we bring you another post in our SEO...

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Noteworthy Search Marketing News Edition 1

by Liv Longley @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Heard around the web! In case you missed it, here is a round up of news on SEO, PPC, Social media and more! This is the first edition of noteworthy links on search marketing this week. Every week we will begin to share some of the top stories we liked with a general synopsis on […]

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Penguin Update 4.0 – Our Impact Analysis

by Stephen Bench-Capon @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google is loosening its chains: Thanks to Penguin 4.0, numerous websites, which had previously been targeted by the filter for web spam or their backlink structure, have now seen a considerable increase in their SEO visibility. Backlink auditing, negative SEO and link reviews – these are the areas where we can expect Penguin, now integrated […]

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CSS Hero Review

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

There are a handful of WordPress themes that I really like and use on most of my websites.  However, there isn’t one theme that looks exactly as I would like it.  This is the reason I usually go in and  change the CSS to alter font colours, alignment and other stuff that needs tweaking.  For […]

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Mobile-First: How You Can Prepare for Google’s New Index

by Jan Grundmann @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google has announced nothing less than the end of an era: Until now, a URL’s desktop version has been used as Google’s main index for evaluating websites and determining rankings. In the future, a site’s mobile version will be used. We look here at the most important questions and answers surrounding the mobile-first index – […]

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Battle of the Ad Bulge: How Google Is Slimming Down Search Results

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

To the average person, Google’s search engine results page (SERP) looks no different today than it did a month ago. But for SEO experts, the SERP change is like noticing Google lost weight: all of a sudden, the results page really trimmed down. Google recently (in its usual quiet way) removed the right-rail ads running […]

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The SEO News for July 2017 - presented by Plan.Net Performance

The SEO News for July 2017 - presented by Plan.Net Performance


Serviceplan Blog

Stephan Kopp, Managing Director of Plan.Net Performance, presents SEO News for July 2017 with the latest developments in search engines and voice search.

Google Still Ignores Last-Modified Meta Tag

by Jennifer Slegg @ The SEM Post

If you are using the last-modified meta tag, be aware that Google ignores this tag when it comes to SEO. The tag is <meta http-equiv=”last-modified” content=”YYYY-MM-DD”> which was originally used to alert crawlers to the fact a page was updated, or as a reference to when it was last updated after it was initially published. […]

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SEO News You Should Be Reading

by B² Interactive @ SEO | B² Interactive

SEO is constantly changing and to say that what you’re doing today will work six months from now, isn’t a sure thing. That’s why it’s important to know where to look for good information. Good SEO requires knowing what’s going on within the industry and adapting along with it. The best way to keep up […]

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2017 Point-Of-View: Capturing The Modern News Consumer

by Wendy Ho @ CNN Newsource

CNN Newsource is pleased to publish this year’s industry Point-Of-View (POV) centered around capturing the attention of the modern news consumer. In a three-part series, we will go deep into current statistics...

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How SEO Works in Today’s Fierce Competition and What You Should Know About Optimization

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

Google is the most renowned search engine in the world right now. Though most of the time, it offers accurate results based on search queries, it often fails to display exactly what you are looking for. Today, searches are done through various electronic gadgets, laptops, and personal computers. Though you cannot call it a kind […]

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Getting Publicity for Your Non-profit:

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

Looking to get free publicity for your church, cause, kids’ Girl Scout troupe or other nonprofit? You are in the same boat with a lot of people, but there is one thing that many people are over-looking – the public affairs shows. There are many of these shows out there, and you can find them. [...]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Exploring New Frontiers in Search

by Cliff Edwards @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In the world of search engine optimization, one cardinal rule is to never rest on past successes. Tactics that score today could lead to fumbles tomorrow as Google, Apple and other global search engine providers constantly change the rules of the game. Good technical SEO gets you online. Great data-optimized content keeps you there, as search […]

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A Brief History of Social Media

by Dan Shouse @ Free SEO Resource

Written by Jeremy AlbeldaSocial media has revolutionized society, allowing people from different cultures to gather in one place (online and person), exchange ideas and perhaps most importantly to organize and act. Evidence of this has been seen across the globe with the Occupy Movement and the Arab Spring both revolutionary events that have been given […]

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Return of the Phantom: Google’s Phantom II Update

by Kevin Indig @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In the beginning of May 2015, webmasters far and wide witnessed severe traffic fluctuations, with some sites losing over 50% of their traffic! Clearly, Google had changed something, but what? Because of the initial uncertainty, it was called the “Phantom Update” (II). In this post, I’ll provide you with Searchmetrics data to shed more light […]

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Are the tweets about your company positive, negative, or neutral?

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Chances are that people are talking about your company and your products on Twitter. Are their comments positive, negative, or neutral? The Social Network Monitor in our web-based Internet marketing tool SEOprofiler helps you to to react quickly to customer comments.

Why spending less on paid search marketing can lead to a better website experience

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Paid search marketing is a quick and easy way to get listed on Google and other search engines for the keywords that are related to your business. Unfortunately, paid search marketing is also very expensive. Search engine optimization (SEO) can help you to save money while getting more targeted visitors at the same time.

Four Hot Tips for A/B Testing

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

Something that many of my clients neglected before I came along was testing. They didn’t have any idea how to accomplish it, or even that it was important. Yet, when I explain the benefits of testing to them, they’re all about learning more and fast! Why? Because testing = more money. That’s it! You should […]

The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Penguin, Panda, Pigeon, Hummingbird: What’s It All Mean?

by teaminnovision @ Radd Interactive

To hear an SEO specialist talk about Google, you’d think that the whole search landscape was actually some sort of crazy animal kingdom. Even people...

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Three Powerful Reasons Why Your Hosting Choice Must Be On Target

by Deborah Anderson @ SEO Chat

How do you decide if a web host is a good choice? Are disk storage features and bandwidth still important? Choosing a web host for your site is almost more of an art than a science. But, there is also a methodology to it all. It is a matter of you defining the process that […]

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The Local Search Serenity Prayer

by Meghan Trapp @ SEO | B² Interactive

It’s important to be on top of your local search strategy. But where to start? Our local search serenity prayer can help you focus your local SEO strategy for better ranking and optimization in 2017.

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What’s New in Universal Search: 2016 Edition

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Evolution over successive generations isn’t always noticeable. Not so in the world of Google. The search engine results page has made great leaps in the past year alone, but some of the adaptations might have gone unnoticed. Universal Search elements now dominate the majority of search queries. In fact, 80 percent now include at least one form […]

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Everything you need to know about Facebook’s August 2017 algorithm update

by e2v @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Facebook are following in Google’s footsteps and are penalising any websites that are not mobile-optimised. This comes to no surprise, with 94% of all Facebook users accessing the site via mobile. This Facebook algorithm update is going to increase the...

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Competitive Keywords: Own Yours, Discover Others with New Tool

by Helen Shaughnessy @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  In the world of search, knowledge is power. Good keywords leave you fighting for a seat at the table, and then battling for scraps with potentially thousands of competitors. Great keywords mean you get served the best cuts of meat in your own private dining room. Trouble is, it’s been painfully tedious to figure […]

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SEO Is Changing: Here are Some Top Trends to Look Out For in 2017

by Cyber-Construction, Inc. @ Cyber-Construction, Inc.

Consider the fact that a study by Outbrain showed that a search via a search engine is the number one driver of traffic to a website, beating social media by more than 300%. With this in mind, it is important to focus on developing your search engine marketing techniques on the up and coming trends […]

Why SEOs can’t afford to wait around for a mobile-first index

by Rebecca Sentance @ SEO – Search Engine Watch

SEO and performance marketing agency BrightEdge today released a new report which sheds light on the steadily widening gap between mobile and desktop search. I spoke to Erik Newton, VP of Customer Marketing and Head of SEO at BrightEdge, about the report’s findings, Google’s mobile-first index tests, and how SEOs can adapt their strategy.

Google Posts: How to Use Google’s New Feature for Local SEO

by Alicia Zeluff @ Pure Visibility

Do you feel like you don’t stand out when it comes to local search? Are you looking for an easy way connect with your regional audience? If so, Google’s new Google Posts feature may be a great way for you to increase engagement through your Knowledge Graph and Google Maps listing, without sinking a lot of time and money into the effort.

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10 Fundamentals to Understanding SEO

10 Fundamentals to Understanding SEO

by Jason Parks @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

If you don't understand the basic foundation to SEO, it will seem like a foreign language.

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Google Phantom V Update: There and Back Again?!

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Here we go again! For those who’ve missed it, the last few weeks have been a bit rocky for online marketers’ visibility stats – peaking toward the end of last week (CW 6/2017). There’s been lots of speculation that the culprit is the rollout of Google’s “mobile-first” index. One theory making the rounds is that […]

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You Have the Reporter’s Attention, Now What?

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

You've done your homework, you've found the right reporter, you've called them up on the phone, pitched your story, and now they are coming out to interview you. Now what? What do you do on air? What do you say, and where do you look? Anticipate the reporter’s questions – Preparation for any media appearance [...]

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New in SEOprofiler: the much improved new Ranking Monitor (you�ll love it!)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Daily updates, mobile rankings, faster, more features and lots of improvements: that�s the new Ranking Monitor in SEOprofiler.

Why Heaving Bosoms Help You Win Online

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  “Oh Lucas, you’re such a tease,” Lady Colebrook replied. Helena had a vision of her thrusting out her well-endowed cleavage by way of offering an inducement. “Do you like to see me beg, is that it?”. -Excerpt from To Save a Sinner by Adele Clee It’s not very often that romance novels and artificial […]

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How to Optimize the SEO of Your Landing Pages to Rank in Google’s Top 10

by GrowMap @ SEO Chat

For the ideal customers, the landing page creates that first impression. It initiates their interactions with your business. Of course, there are several ways visitors can arrive at your landing pages. These include social media, display advertising, product launch direct referrals, and, more importantly, search engines (primarily Google). If you want visitors to take the […]

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SEO case study for a car repair shop (including concrete recommendations)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

People who are new to website promotion quickly find out that search engine optimization (SEO) can be difficult and time-consuming if you don't know what to do and where to start. For this reason, we regularly perform SEO case studies for different industries. We show you what we would do to improve the website's rankings on Google using only white-hat methods that are approved by Google.

Tips for Local SEO

by Bret Rosendahl @ Radd Interactive

Optimizing for local searches is a great way for small businesses to boost their position in the increasingly competitive search results. However, this process can be...

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Ultimate Guide to Amazon SEO

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

Want to sell on Amazon, but not sure how to stand out? Our Director of Amazon, Shawn Green, will tell you everything you need to know about Amazon SEO, and how to make sure your product is optimized for as many sales as possible.   Amazon has taken the internet by storm, managing to dethrone...

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Are Fiverr SEO Purchases Worth the Money?

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

This site and a lot of my work is focused on educating people on search engine optimization. While I do work on SEO consulting projects, my heart is in education because I want to empower people. As part of this educational effort, I feel compelled to provide a public service warning about Fiverr SEO offers.... Read More

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What is PR?

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

Public relations, as defined by PRSA “is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics.” But what does that mean exactly? In short, PR = Branding. Public relations gets your story heard, generates brand awareness, and builds your credibility in the media and general public. However, in our experience working in the [...]

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Postcards from China: Search Results in China – Baidu’s Big Players

by Marcus Pentzek @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Every country has its own national food – and every country has its own national SERPs, right? Well yes and no. Google is the leading search engine in many countries and Google’s search results show a lot of similarities in all countries. But not in China, where Google is largely absent and Baidu dominates with […]

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Mobile-First Index Audit Report of 5 Leading Sites

by Tyson Braun @ seoClarity

True: the mobile-first index might still be months away. As Gary Illyes revealed during SMX Advanced in Seattle: “We don’t […]

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Noteworthy Search Marketing News Edition 2

by Liv Longley @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Week of June 24, 2013  noteworthy search marketing news edition 2: F.T.C Tells Search Engines to Label Advertising as Such  On Tuesday, the Federal Trade Commission told two dozen search engine providers they should more clearly differentiate between results, paid content and advertising on Web pages. The commission has stated they have noticed a decline […]

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Site Navigation & Google SEO

by Jennifer Slegg @ The SEM Post

Site navigation is one of those areas that has many facets of importance when it comes to both SEO and usability.  A good site navigation makes it easier for Google to crawl and index a site, but it also needs to be usable for visitors to the site, since many use that same navigation to […]

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Smart Reporting: Create Role Specific Reports in Seconds

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Good, insightful reports are essential to online business. Depending on the user the KPIs that need to be integrated are different: A CMO needs a high level overview, whereas a SEO needs a detailed report. What sounds easy is often very difficult in practice – and time consuming.   If you have experience creating reports […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Optimizing Topics

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In our last installment of Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, my colleague Holly Miller outlined the steps to employ in choosing good online topics at the right time, and in good SEO shape. Now it’s time to make sure that those topics you’re writing on will be optimized equally well for users and search engines. It’s time […]

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Website Design Tips – How to Build a Predictable and Profitable Website

by problogger @ Dallas Internet Marketing Blog

In this article, Qamar Zaman of KISS PR, a Dallas, TX  based website design, SEO, Google Advertising & Social Media Marketing expert, reveals tips for building a profitable website design. We are well aware of the need to have a website developed for our business. Website design, aesthetics, usability, and user and search engine friendliness […]

WDF? How to find the most relevant keywords on a page.

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Are your web pages relevant to the right keywords? Do search engines find the right keywords on your web pages? Which keywords do your competitors consider as important? The new WDF Relevant Keywords Analyzer in SEOprofiler has the answers to these questions.

SEO News You Should Be Reading

by B² Interactive @ B² Interactive

SEO is constantly changing and to say that what you’re doing today will work six months from now, isn’t a sure thing. That’s why it’s important to know where to look for good information. Good SEO requires knowing what’s going on within the industry and adapting along with it. The best way to keep up […]

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) News

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) News


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Browse recent SEO news articles from the top search engine optimization news websites on the web.

Postcards from China: Mysteries of the East – Busting 10 Myths About Baidu and SEO in China

by Marcus Pentzek @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Confucius, kung-fu, yin and yang, capitalist communism: China is a land full of mysteries and contradictions. Often associated with cheap imitations, China now produces technology and internet startups that can rival anything in the West. The Chinese search engine, Baidu, is no exception. It bears many similarities to Google and Bing, but can also boast its […]

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Content marketing tips for 2017

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Content marketing is one of the most popular and effective parts of a business digital marketing strategy. With a huge increase in content marketing in recent years, ensuring you are generating engaging, eye-catching content will be key to a successful...

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The Google Panda Smack Down

by admin @ SEO News and Information

Content is king. Google has always been clear in this. Too many SEOs have sought to trick google, Bing & Yahoo into thinking bad content was good content. Panda has been aggressively distinguishing between the two. Producing good content is not easy. In the short term, some have instead tried to trick the engines into […]

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HTTPS as a ranking factor – how to handle it

by Kevin Indig @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

On August 6th, Google publicly announced HTTPS being a ranking signal / giving websites a boost in rankings. I’d like to quote the article because it implies a few important points: “[…] we’re starting to use HTTPS as a ranking signal. For now it’s only a very lightweight signal — affecting fewer than 1% of global […]

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The Dental SEO Expert Advice Dentists Need

by GrowMap @ SEO Chat

When people search for a product on their mobile phones, 18% of those searches result in a sale somewhere on that very day. Fifty percent of people who use their smartphones for a local search will visit a store that day. The same is true of 34% of users who search locally on their tablets […]

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Why the Webmaster Won’t Wink at Wicked Widgets

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Sun-soaked beaches, cheap hotels and panoramic city views are a staple of online travel sites worldwide. So too are those wicked widgets, clickable badges with multiple links back to anchor text – the visible and clickable text in a hyperlink. While some are useful, rental and travel sites quickly learned they also could be profitable. […]

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The 7 Top Skills You Need to Be Good at SEO

The 7 Top Skills You Need to Be Good at SEO

by Jayson DeMers @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

At the core of every SEO campaign is at least one person calling the shots. Does he (or she) have what it takes?

Interactive Periodic Table Of SEO

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Hover over elements to find out what is included in our search engine optimisation and social media services.

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Reach for the Stars with Review Management

by John Toth @ Rio SEO

Consumers are talking and they have much to say about their user experience and engagement with enterprise brands via online reviews. With over 26,380 number of reviews posted every minute on Yelp alone, staying on top of customer opinions and perceptions of each location can prove challenging for multi-location brands. Review management is a two-fold […]

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Who is The Modern News Consumer?

by Wendy Ho @ CNN Newsource

This piece is produced by CNN Newsource as part of our ongoing conversations on news industry developments and opportunities with our partners in local news.  In 2015, millennials surpassed baby boomers...

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September 2017 AdWords Promo Code

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

Google AdWords promo codes are codes given out predominantly to new advertisers as an enticement to try the AdWords system. They range in values with most general promo codes in the US offering advertisers who spend $25 to get $75. Google Partners can generate codes of higher values with US advertisers getting a $100 credit […]

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Postcards from China: Branding and Creating Chinese Names for International Companies

by Marcus Pentzek @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

A company’s name is the most ubiquitous part of its brand. It’s what people type into Google, it’s on business cards, stationery and coffee cups. Even when a logo is universally-recognized, people see the swoosh and instantly think the name, “Nike.” That’s why a name is so important. That’s why Anderson Consulting spent a reported […]

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SCOTT MCLEAN JOINS CNN NEWSOURCE

by Vlad Gorenshteyn @ CNN Newsource

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How to Find, Select & Hire an SEO Consultant

by Dan Kern @ Kern Media

The process of finding, selecting and hiring an SEO consultant–one whom you can work with for the long haul–is not always the easiest task for a marketing executive or business owner. Unless you’re able to get a few quality referrals from your network, your search starts from scratch. Since I’ve been in the SEO industry […]

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New in SEOprofiler: the very best SEO website audit tool that you can get

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Based on your feedback, and on our long experience as search engine optimization tool developers, we have created a brand new Website Audit tool that will help you to improve your web pages quickly and easily. The new version has been rewritten from scratch. It offers many new features and improvements that enable you to work even more efficiently than before.

News SEO for WordPress & Google - Yoast

News SEO for WordPress & Google - Yoast


Yoast

If your WordPress blog is listed in Google News, you will not be able to live without this News SEO module for the WordPress SEO plugin.

Yoast: Your Homepage Cannot Be Indexed by Search Engines Error Message

by cyberadmin @ Cyber-Construction, Inc.

Do not panic if you see an error after updating your Yoast SEO plugin. And although this may just in error this should message should be taken seriously. Here are a few easy initial steps to take to fix the “Your homepage cannot be indexed by search engines” errors message easily.

In or Out? Year in Review of Top Google Winners and Losers in 2016

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In the words of fashion icon Heidi Klum, “One day you’re in, the next day you’re out.” These words were never truer for online marketers in 2016. Faced with another year of Google updates and marked changes in strategies for succeeding online, our third-annual Searchmetrics Winners and Losers report reveals that publishers with specific editorial direction […]

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How to Use INDEX MATCH in Excel to Give Copy & Paste a Rest

by Pure Visibility @ Pure Visibility

SEO professionals, social media strategists, and site analysts alike can sympathize with the struggle of unordered data lists. Despite the promise and allure of “all-in-one” data aggregators, many multivariable data reports require the use of multiple tools and websites in conjunction.

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The Importance Of Social Media To Your SEO Strategy

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Social Media And SEO Strategy Social media has changed the very landscape of the internet. Everyone involved in SEO should understand this and embrace it fully. These two go hand in hand, complementing each other. To have a successful strategy you need to master both and then blend them together in perfect harmony. Why Keyword Research Is […]

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Best Digital Agency SEO Toronto Search Engine Optimization PPC Company

Best Digital Agency SEO Toronto Search Engine Optimization PPC Company


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An award winning agency with nearly two decades driving real business results for our digital marketing and SEO Toronto clients.

Local SEO for Lawyers – Is Your Local Search Campaign In The Right Direction

by problogger @ Dallas Internet Marketing Blog

Local SEO is crucial for any lawyer business looking to attract customers in a specific location. Here are 3 local SEO best practices to help you get started. Although changes to Google’s search engine algorithms are behind the constant changes in search engine optimization, it hasn’t diminished the importance of local SEO. In fact, you […]

How Can SEO Accelerate Your Automotive Business?

by Abhyudaya Tripathi @ KnowledgeCenter

Is your business related to the automotive industry? If so, you would probably have your own website. I am sure, your competitors have. They may also be adopting the SEO technique for achieving high search engine ranks. A website with top search engine rankings, for sure, drives better sales growth. And, thus, boosts ROI. This […]

Duplicate Listings & Ownership Conflicts: Expert GMB Tips for Enterprises

by krystal taing @ Rio SEO

“Near Me” searches have become so common, it’s a force of habit now that we turn to our mobile devices and search for things nearby to solve our immediate needs. It’s both a great opportunity and a massive challenge for brands, whose job it is to ensure that local listings are complete and accurate across […]

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Why We’re Killing Searchmetrics Ranking Factors (Hint: Google Made Us)

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

We are gathered here to formally acknowledge that Universal Ranking Factors are dead. The new kings of search will be online marketers who master the fact that signals for relevance have been replaced by specific ranking factors based on search intent and industry relevance, according to the Searchmetrics Ranking Factors study, “Rebooting Ranking Factors.” Content […]

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How to use the new Website Audit tool in SEOprofiler

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

The new Website Audit tool in SEOprofiler offers many powerful features that will help you to get better rankings for your web pages on Google and other search engines. Here's how to use it.

5 Tips To Win Google’s RankBrain With Your SEO Content

by Disha Pandey @ KnowledgeCenter

Keeping up with the Joneses wasn’t as difficult as keeping up with the changing algorithms of Google! Google has a way to outsmart everyone and reward those who follow the rules. In order to serve the world with search results that are genuine and exact, Google keeps evolving and bringing new technologies to make results […]

Make Content Local to Rank in Google Local

by Wil @ Internet Marketing Team

There are always going to be those who try to look for the easy way out. The ones who try to find every shortcut and get it to work in their favor. We’ve seen this a lot in the business world when it comes to SEO: People want to find that magic element that will […]

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SEO vs. PPC, Which One Is For Me

by Steve Haar @

Clients ask about SEO vs. PPC, which is better. Like so many things, the answer depends. Before we look at the question, let’s be sure we are on the same page regarding what SEO and PPC are. SEO Definition SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, refers to the activity focused on getting a web page to […]

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Content Marketing Over the Long Haul

by Steve Haar @ SEO News and Information

Content marketing is a cornerstone of many digital strategies. As we expand SEO and social, content marketing plans become essential in establishing a brand’s position with customers, prospects and their own employees. A study of content marketers in Australia saw in interesting change in the landscape ( I think this has implication in the U.S. […]

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The Expert Online Marketer’s Guide to Sensible Real Estate SEO

by Ruchi Pardal @ KnowledgeCenter

Most real estate businesses ignore the power of SEO. Reason being, they are either unfamiliar with it or applying negative SEO. Having worked with a countless number of real estate companies, brokers, agents, and brands on their websites, I have learned to take the long view. Some say, ‘SEO is dead and it is all […]

Google’s Phantom Menace: Publishers clean up your act

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google’s Phantom algorithm updates have been both a surprise and  menace to sites trying to maintain high SEO visibility. Now the search giant is sending a foreboding message to publishing empires: clean up your act. Earlier this month, we pointed to Searchmetrics tracking data that highlighted massive declines in SEO visibility among top publishers, including […]

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Proof that Millennials Crave News

by Wendy Ho @ CNN Newsource

This piece is produced by CNN Newsource as part of our ongoing conversations on news industry developments and opportunities with our partners in local news.  Appealing to millennials is key to...

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Mobile-First: How You Can Prepare for Google’s New Index

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google has announced nothing less than the end of an era: Until now, a URL’s desktop version has been used as Google’s main index for evaluating websites and determining rankings. In the future, a site’s mobile version will be used. We look here at the most important questions and answers surrounding the mobile-first index – […]

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Google Mobile Update: Everything You Need To Know

by Marcus Tober @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The Google Mobile Update, announced at the end of February – Release: April 21, 2015 – makes mobile friendliness a Ranking Factor and means significant effects on rankings in mobile search results. This update is expected to be larger than Panda and Penguin. Websites that are not mobile-friendly are highly vulnerable to losing rankings and […]

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Why Search Marketers Must Embrace Javascript Now

by Richard Chavez @ seoClarity

Let’s not beat around the bush, shall we? If there’s one programming language you simply must embrace as an SEO, […]

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New in SEOprofiler: get more customers with better keywords

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

We have just added another great feature to the Ranking Monitor in SEOprofiler. The new feature shows you the related keywords that you should monitor to make sure that you really get all of the visitors that are interested in your products and services.

Three Important Keyword Research Strategies

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

This guest post from my friend, Ness, talks about keyword research. I just wrote a post for the SEMRush blog that pretty much indicates that keywords are going away. And yet, we can’t get away from using them still. The article explains why. But… Do you know how to perform keyword research properly? Improve Your […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Hacking Your Way to Greater Online Visibility

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Apple recently completed its World Wide Developers Conference, announcing a slew of new tech toys for consumers and businesses. Yet, when I searched Google for a new MacBook Pro notebook, Apple took only the second spot in my results. What gives? In this week’s Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, I wanted to have a bit of […]

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How to Write Optimized Page Title Tags

by Kalpesh Guard @ seoClarity

The page title tag is the element of HTML that tells web browsers and search engines the title of a […]

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Why Should You Hire SEO Professionals for Your Company and Why Is It Necessary?

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

Digital marketing has become an integral part of business promotions today, and millions of people across the world are opting for digital marketing for the advancement and management of their business. Many startups rely on the digital marketing techniques for its unique and innovative approach. The primary method of digital marketing is creating a website […]

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Top 9 SEO Things to Consider When Creating a New Website

by Joe Restivo @

SEOs are usually brought in to work on a website after it has already been built. Sometimes they are asked to help long after it was created, and depending on the status of the website, which is more difficult. Therefore, when creating a new website, the best idea would be to get SEO help from the […]

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Mobilegeddon 2: Are You Facing Godzilla or a Gazelle?

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In Hollywood, a box office smash inevitably leads to a sequel or two to keep sales humming. The view from the Googleplex is no different: Coming to screens this May, “Mobilegeddon 2” promises another potentially perilous journey into the world of mobile search. In the past few weeks leading up to the rollout of its […]

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Baidu SEO: How to optimize for China’s biggest search engine

by Simon Ensor @ SEO – Search Engine Watch

Speak to pretty much anyone about SEO and the rhetoric will largely be in regards to the "Big G". But there are countries in the world where Google is not king, and one of them is China. If you want to optimize for the second-largest economy in the world, here's what you need to know about Baidu, China's primary search engine.

Missing Yoast SEO Settings

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

Is your Yoast SEO plugin missing the main menu items? You are not alone, but there is an easy fix.

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Engineering Content Serendipity and Loyalty at Collision

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

collision | kəˈliZHən/ | noun an instance of one moving object or person striking violently against another. Synonyms: crash, accident, impact, smash, bump, hit, fender bender, wreck, pileup An  event of two or more records being assigned the same identifier or location in memory. From the definition above, Collision sounds like something that should be avoided all […]

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Using Local SEO for Store Locators

by Karisa Macias @ Rio SEO

Brands with many brick-and-mortar locations across the country, or even within the same city, use store locator tools to provide consumers information about those specific locations (i.e Name, Address, Phone Numbers, Promotions, and more). Too often though, these store locator mappers are missing the local SEO optimizations that make their locations appear prominently on search […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: A Closer Look at Google for Jobs

by Cliff Edwards @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

When Google introduced Google for Jobs in late June, market watchers wondered whether yet another one of the company’s initiatives would have a major impact on the organic jobs-listing market and the likes of monster.com and glassdoor.com. In this week’s Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, I’ll take a deeper look at Google for Jobs and […]

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Your complete checklist for SEO content before publishing

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

When it comes to effective search engine optimisation, you want to be sure that any article you publish is properly checked and optimised before going live. That way you get the most out of your time spent writing the post...

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Google Update Underway?

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

There’s been some chatter lately around a possible Google algorithm update. I had been seeing some significant fluctuations across a number of client sites here at Beanstalk over the past couple days before stumbling on the post from Barry Schwartz over on Search Engine Roundtable that I’m not the only one. There’s significant changes in […]

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SEO News: Back to the search engines…

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

After taking a break from search to talk some social last week, it’s time for us to get back to search engines and SEO. One thing that caught my attention was Andrew Shotland’s comments over at Search Engine Land: He spoke about the non-existent SEO at Foursquare, a platform that still hasn’t been properly optimized, […]

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RankBrain, AI, and the Evolving Anatomy of Google

by Tom Wells @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google has created a buzz in the online community by revealing that part of its search algorithm now operates on a machine learning basis, namely RankBrain. Not only this, but the previously unknown RankBrain has been confirmed as the third most important ranking signal for generating search results. This is a significant development as the […]

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5 Hard-and-Fast Rules of Networking

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

Networking is just as important online as it is offline, and many marketers just don’t get that. They never go to live conferences where they can meet people. They just sit at their computer thinking they can go it alone. You gotta have friends. After almost 10 years in this business, I can unequivocally say […]

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Why Do You Need Search Engine Optimization to Make Your Business Successful?

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

Search engine optimization and marketing are inseparable nowadays. Be it a small firm or a large farm, SEO is undoubtedly important. SEO is the acronym of Search Engine Optimization which includes all the strategies and techniques that are required to lead the business firm’s website to reach to higher levels and gain a better position. […]

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Your SEO Team is Not Oprah: 5 Realizations of an SEO Newbie

by Pearl Qiao Xu @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

As a fresh intern for Searchmetrics, I’ve spent the past week in meetings, doing online research, and reading Jessica Bowman’s The New SEO Management Handbook to familiarize myself with the rapidly growing and changing industry of online marketing. Enterprise-level SEO expert since 2002, Bowman is a trusted adviser to some of  the biggest brands online, […]

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Why Heaving Bosoms Help You Win Online

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  “Oh Lucas, you’re such a tease,” Lady Colebrook replied. Helena had a vision of her thrusting out her well-endowed cleavage by way of offering an inducement. “Do you like to see me beg, is that it?”. -Excerpt from To Save a Sinner by Adele Clee It’s not very often that romance novels and artificial […]

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e-Commerce Should Take Note

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

Hey guys, if you have an e-commerce site, rich snippets are really important. But like someone said to me, “Pat, I don’t even know what those are!” Yeah. Geek girls do. No worries. Here’s an article I wrote for SEMRush last week: @patmarcello explains how to use rich snippets for e-commerce bit.ly/1azvy2c — SEMrush (@semrush) […]

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Google Brand-eCommerce “Update” causing fluctuations

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In the recent days the rumors of a new Google update went viral. Many webmasters have seen ranking fluctuations, but so far Google has not provided any detailed information. We had a look at the changes on search engine results pages, which mainly affect brands e-commerce and apparently mobile rankings. Both developments seem to not […]

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Writing a Killer Press Release

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

How do you write a press release that won’t just get thrown away? Here are some quick tips: Target the right reporter: Anyone who knows me, has read my book or heard one of my speeches knows that I am not a big believer in just blasting out press releases. I am all about targeting [...]

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3 SEO Strategies to Work Into Your 2016/17 Game Plan

by Cyber-Construction, Inc. @ Cyber-Construction, Inc.

The simple truth is that your position on a search engine determines how many clicks you get, and eventually how much revenue you earn. Here’s a scary fact: About 75% of users never even scroll past the second page of search results. Luckily, there is a whole industry that finds strategies to boost your rankings. […]

How to Ensure a Greater Online Visibility in the Travel Industry

by Dustin Duncan @ seoClarity

It goes without saying, doesn’t it? If you want to win more direct bookings, you need to continuously drive more […]

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What to Know About the Google Hummingbird Update

by Dan Shouse @ Free SEO Resource

Written by Jeremy AlbeldaWhen the rumblings begin about another Google update, many website owners become concerned because they are not sure if their websites will drop in ranking because of a new algorithm. The biggest difference with the new Google Hummingbird update is that Google is giving website owners some insight into exactly what they […]

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Postcards from China: Branding and Creating Chinese Names for International Companies

by Marcus Pentzek @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

A company’s name is the most ubiquitous part of its brand. It’s what people type into Google, it’s on business cards, stationery and coffee cups. Even when a logo is universally-recognized, people see the swoosh and instantly think the name, “Nike.” That’s why a name is so important. That’s why Anderson Consulting spent a reported […]

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Insider eCommerce SEO Tips for Mid-Sized Shopping Sites

by Dan Kern @ Kern Media

I’ve spent almost an entire decade optimizing eCommerce sites to compete against Amazon and other large online retailers, and I cannot tell you how gratifying it is to see a mid-tier shopping site outrank a large retailer, or at very least, grow traffic and revenue month-over-month. This does not happen quickly, but it instead happens […]

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AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages

by Steve Haar @ SEO News and Information

The Problem AMP and FIA Fix Behind the scenes a browser sorts through a whole bunch of code that tells it how to present the content. This code is an agreed upon standard. Unfortunately, it is not really designed for easy mobile access to information such as news stories or blog articles. Standard html and […]

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Strengthening Search and the Future of the Spoken Word

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

by Tyson Stockton and Sebastien Edgar    When Google evolves, search quakes. As the search giant, Bing and others tinker (sometimes publicly, sometimes not) with their respective algorithms, marketers must always remain on war footing to respond quickly to the seismic ripples that such actions could bring to their businesses, according to presentations at the […]

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Flowers, Chocolate and Data: Valentine’s Day Takes Many Forms

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

“Will you be my Valentine?” The heart may want what it wants, but how we choose to demonstrate love (or lust) for a significant other isn’t universal on Valentine’s Day. As people load up Cupid’s arrow, I decided to take a gander through our massive search database to see if I could suss out any differences in approach […]

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What is White Hat SEO?

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

Being a white hat SEO means you keep up to date on search engine guidelines, read their instructions for creating good content and strong SEO, and you actually follow the SEO best practices presented. Google also clearly states what they consider being best practices for websites and content. If you’re a white hat SEO, you... Read More

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Failing to Scale Will Make Your SEO Pale

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The world of SEO can come in all shapes and sizes, and staffing often depends on how much time and energy your company has to do things on its own. If your business prefers to skip the agency or independent contractor route and keep SEO in-house, you’re not alone. Making such a decision is really […]

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SEO case study for the home building industry (including concrete recommendations)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Search engine optimization (SEO) can be difficult and time-consuming if you don't know what to do and where to start. For this reason, we're going to regularly perform SEO case studies for different industries. We show you what we would do to improve the website's rankings on Google using only white-hat methods that are approved by Google.

What ”Call Mom” Has to Do With Search Volume and Your Content Strategy

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Did you know, that on average the keyword ”Call Mom” is searched for 300K times per month in the US and 99% of that is from smartphones? Whether or not on purpose, in this case (the voice function sends its regards), the information on the device distribution of the keyword search volume is worth its weight […]

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SEO News Updates

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Our SEO news section aggregates all of the most recent blog posts from 10 of the most popular SEO resources. Your one-stop-shop for SEO news updates!

How Content, SEO and Social Media Make Your Life Easier

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Looking to reduce costs when marketing online? Blam! A lot of conversations these days go something like this: “Let’s focus on content marketing. Amazingly high-value and high-quality content is clearly what’s Google’s looking for (all those online articles I read say so), so why sweat traditional SEO and social media as much as we used […]

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New in SEOprofiler: the improved Ranking Monitor

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

We're working on many new features that will make the Ranking Monitor in SEOprofiler even better as it is. The first new feature is an improved 'Ranked keywords' page that has a much better overview of the different ranking types. Read on to learn more about the new features.

The Local Search Serenity Prayer

by Meghan Trapp @ B² Interactive

It’s important to be on top of your local search strategy. But where to start? Our local search serenity prayer can help you focus your local SEO strategy for better ranking and optimization in 2017.

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Does the functionality of your website play a key part in your SEO success?

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Search Engine Optimisation is not just keywords and backlinks. Website functionality is a huge factor in when it comes to Google and other search engines. SEO can be broken down in to the core areas of ‘offsite’ and ‘onsite’ optimisation....

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What are HTTP Status Codes and SEO Best Practices?

by Kalpesh Guard @ seoClarity

“So, what is an HTTP status code?” you may be wondering. Well, let’s back up two steps. First of all, […]

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Google Panda Update 4.2: Are there any results yet?

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

After ten long months since the last Panda update, it seems that Google has begun its roll-out of Panda 4.2. We have completed a rapid analysis to present the first winners and losers after this update in this week’s SEO Visibility. The roll-out of this Panda update is expected to take several months to be […]

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Protected: Past Week in SEO

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The Week In Search & SEO: September 8, 2017

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

Here you’ll find the top stories in search and SEO for the week ending September 8, 2017. If you think we missed anything please feel free to add them in the comments below. And that’s it for the week. If you think we missed anything feel free to include it in the comments below.algorith

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SEO News: Conferences, Conversions, Headache

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Man, did I have a stressful week. Which, unfortunately, is why the SEO News is coming a little late. First we were in Salzburg from Thursday to Saturday, then we went straight to London for the iStrategy Conference. I will write up the recap in the next few days. There were several interesting speakers and […]

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SEO Expert Qamar Zaman Explains – 4 Ways Old SEO and New SEO Are Different

by problogger @ Dallas Internet Marketing Blog

Lawyer SEO Expert Qamar Zaman Says, lawyers needs to make sure that they are keeping up with search engines and observing best practices when creating and executing a strategy. After Panda and Penguin—Google’s sweeping search engine algorithm updates—the landscape of search engine optimization has never been the same since. To cut the long story short, […]

Search Experience Optimization: Is It Time to Rebrand SEO?

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

You can’t deny that SEO – both as a practice and as an industry – has gotten a bad rap over the past few years. In fact, some would say that SEO has never had a great reputation, even in its heyday. I think there has always been this idea that somehow SEO is just […]

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10 “MUST-KNOWS” About SEO & Online Marketing – BEYOND Links and Keywords

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

10 Must-Knows About SEO & Online Marketing Beyond Links and Keywords SEO is all about keyword selection, links and content, right? Wrong. To the average person looking in, one would assume that SEO only consisted of these three elements, because it’s the only thing that 99.99% of search engine optimization blogs and experts talk about.

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Do not get in trouble: check these four crucial website elements

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

When you do an SEO audit to validate the indexability of your web pages, you have to consider many technical items. Without an error-free website, it will be very difficult to get good visibility in Google�s organic search results. Here are the top four technical things that you should check on your website.

10 Reasons Why China Excites and Scares Online Marketers

by Stephen Bench-Capon @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Ni hao China! For years now, Searchmetrics has helped power the engines of commerce with Research Cloud. Marketers depend on our massive data and knowledge repository to find online content gaps and create strategies to outperform competitors. Today, we’re proud to announce that we’ve closed the one glaring gap in our global coverage. We’ve added Chinese […]

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SEO News by seo-nerd!

SEO News by seo-nerd!


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Search engine optimization is changing daily. The seo-nerd provides SEO news! So you will stay up-to-date in SEO and Search Engine Optimization .

“Just Scratching the Surface”: CNN’s Greg Agvent on Potential of “Drone Journalism”

by Wendy Ho @ CNN Newsource

At the recent UAS Midwest Conference in Dayton, OH, Tristan Navera of the Dayton Business Journal caught up with Greg Agvent, CNN’s Senior Director of News Operations about the potential uses of...

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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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Why Facebook Marketing Matters

by seo_admin @ SEO Chat

Focusing on a single traffic source is never wise. The good news, there are more ways to build leads, aprt from Google! Have you been reluctant to learn how to market your business on Facebook? Whether you’re an SEO who thinks search engine optimization and AdWords will carry the day, or a website owner who […]

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5 SEO features to make sure your ecommerce platform supports

by Ann Smarty @ SEO – Search Engine Watch

When choosing an ecommerce platform to power your online store, it's important to consider search engine optimization (SEO) features in your decision-making process. Let's take a look at five core features that your ecommerce platform needs to have, along with examples of platforms that offer each feature.

3 Places Most Communicators Miss Out on SEO Opportunities

3 Places Most Communicators Miss Out on SEO Opportunities


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Writing keyword-rich copy, including backlinks and making sure your pages have unique and clear titles? That's great, but it's only the beginning of SEO.

How to Write a Robots.txt File…It’s an Art

by Dan Kern @ Kern Media

One of the most confusing aspects of SEO is learning how to write a robots.txt file to ensure that search engines crawl your site in an efficient manner and only index content that you want to be found in search results. This guide is intended to make creating a robots.txt file for your website a […]

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New in SEOprofiler: more than 800 good links for your site (free tool)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

It can be difficult to get good links, especially if you have a new site. What if there was a tool that helped you to get links from good websites as easily as possible? The Starter Backlinks tool in SEOprofiler is such a tool. It helps you to get the links that have a positive influence on the position of your pages.

SEO NEWS

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

Half of Page-1 Google Results Are Now HTTPS 90% Of SEOs Achieve Ranking Success Within A Year The complete guide to optimizing content for SEO (with checklist) 5 ways your merchandising strategy is affecting SEO performance It takes time to secure great search engine rankings – Why is it so? SEO Hacks for Developers Bing: Changes […]

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WhatsApp Announces New Business App

by John E Lincoln @ Ignite Visibility

WhatsApp is changing the way it does business. This article takes a dive into the who’s, what’, and why’s of the latest news from WhatsApp. Brands will be seeing big changes in the way they use WhatsApp. Though used less widely in the US, the app is currently the most popular messaging app in the...

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Searchmetrics Content Experience: The Writer’s View

by Stephen Bench-Capon @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

One of the features of our new Searchmetrics Content Experience (SCE) we’re particularly proud of is the way it raises the efficiency of collaboration throughout an organization. This is obviously a huge benefit for the content owner, the person responsible for publication, but what about for the writers themselves? Here, we explore what it’s like […]

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News & Blog - iDZYNS | The Latest in SEO/Web Design News

News & Blog - iDZYNS | The Latest in SEO/Web Design News


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With 15+ years experience, we make great ideas come to life. Full service Chandler AZ Web Design, Development, SEO, & PPC Marketing firm

3 Sales Tools to Help Your Marketing Efforts

by Dan Steiner @ SEO Chat

Sales process is what makes your business success or failure. It’s what makes your company profitable. Therefore picking a good tool is crucial Here are three tools that will boost your sales and help your marketing efforts: Pipedrive How do you close a deal? With proper engagement! At least that is the theory behind this […]

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How to Make the Best-Seller List with Proof and Relevancy

by Sebastien Edgar @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

“Google, what’s the best article that describes proof and relevant terms in search?” In this and every Google query, search results attempt to understand both the topic you’re researching and the underlying intent of the search. Digital marketers who rely on old-school keyword ranking strategies to boost their clients’ results are missing out. Google’s dual […]

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Marketing Day: AMP links at large, August’s top 10 YouTube video ads & FTC news

by Amy Gesenhues @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: How Facebook’s, Instagram’s and Snapchat’s audience size estimates compareSep 15, 2017 by Tim Peterson Facebook’s and Snapchat’s self-serve ad-buying tools estimate the size of advertisers’ target audiences. Here is how those […]

Google Maps Marketing: How to Optimize Your Website

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

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10 Expert Level SEO Strategies to 10X Your Website Traffic in 2018

by Tommy McDonald @ SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

10 Expert Level SEO Strategies to 10X Your Website Traffic in 2018 Everyone with a website wants to increase his or her traffic. There are basic SEO strategies that you can implement and see a traffic spike, but how would you like to blow your analytics through the roof? Imagine going from 200 visitors daily

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Rio SEO Local Search in the News - Updates on Local Search and Mobile

Rio SEO Local Search in the News - Updates on Local Search and Mobile


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We are a leader in enterprise local SEO. Read about the latest updates and developments with our company.

Why SEO Spam Emails Are So Dangerous

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

I am constantly flooded with SEO spam emails. For the most part these flow directly into my junk email folder and they are deleted in mass. I honestly didn’t think much about them until I ran into cases where real people would fall for these scams. Yes they are in fact scams.  I use the word... Read More

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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.

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Magazine - SEO Optimized News Theme

Magazine - SEO Optimized News Theme


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DescriptionWith search engines in mind such as Google and Bing we created the responsive theme Magazine. It is a perfect responsive and gorgeous SEO friendly and SEO optimized WordPress blog the...

SEO Series: Optimize Your App for Search

by Lauren Boles @ CNN Newsource

As part of CNN Newsource’s ongoing series of thought leadership designed to help our affiliates expand their audience reach on digital platforms, we bring you another post in our SEO...

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The 2017 State of Enterprise SEO Report

by Tania German @ seoClarity

What’s Working, What’s Not, and How Enterprise SEO Teams are Preparing for the Future The field of SEO is evolving […]

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Google Making Big Moves In Travel

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

Over at Google areas tend to advance in groupings. That is to say – when they’re making changes in an area they tend to make a lot of them. We can see this in their patents where patents filed at similar times focus on similar areas and we can also see this in how features […]

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Google’s Penguin 4.0

by teaminnovision @ Radd Interactive

The constantly changing landscape of SEO underwent another shift in September of 2016 thanks to Google’s widely anticipated release of Penguin 4.0. This Penguin update...

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Need a Mobile App? Pick One from a Google App Pack

by Helen Shaughnessy @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

    Mobile search surpassed desktop search last April and hasn’t looked back.  The mobile discovery mechanism has changed too. Where once you were lucky to get discovered by being an Editor’s Pick in an app store or on a Top 10 list at Lifehacker and elsewhere, Google is taking steps to put search in […]

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How to Re-Optimize Your Website with Google Search Console’s “Search Analytics” Report

by Dan Kern @ Kern Media

Google made the day of SEOs everywhere on May 6th, 2015 when it announced that it launched the Search Analytics Report. For years, we’ve grown accustomed to optimizing our landing pages with [not provided] keyword data. That appears to have (somewhat) come to an end. At least for now, this data is again at our […]

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The Era of Agile Content Creation Backed by Deep Learning

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  Creating new content, developing a new idea or pouring resources into a new product is always fraught with risk, for businesses both large and small. Even when you’re reasonably sure you’re on the right track (in our case, focusing on agile content creation backed by deep learning), you must wait patiently for that “Aha! moment. ” It’s […]

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Client Success is in our DNA

by Chris Sachs @ seoClarity

What matters most is the success of our clients. Everyone at seoClarity works to ensure that our clients needs are […]

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New tool: link prospects and business leads for your business

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

We have added a new tool to our web-based Internet marketing solution SEOprofiler. The new Domain Finder tool lets you search more than 250 million domain names. Type in a keyword and find thousands of bloggers and business leads in seconds for your target keywords in any niche.

How to Do SEO in 2017 – Learn Top 5 Important Trends!

by problogger @ Dallas Internet Marketing Blog

Search Engine Optimization is unquestionably one of the top digital marketing strategies that has changed the way businesses compete with each other and has revolutionized the process on how they reach out to their target customers. Nowadays, modern businesses don’t go around without SEO as part of their digital marketing arsenal.  According to a research […]

Getting Over the Stack: The Future of Local is Open

by Karisa Macias @ Rio SEO

  Bridging the gap between online or mobile search and in-store sales is mission critical but clearly, our approach as brand marketers and agencies needs rethinking. As consumer technology has evolved, we’ve identified new challenges and opportunities in connecting with them via marketing, then sought out tools designed specifically to solve them. Sure, those tools […]

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6 Google Tools You Need for SEO

by Wil @ Internet Marketing Team

Whether yourself a content marketer, an SEO, or an online marketer, our industry has a love/hate relationship with Google. Regardless of how you perceive it, Google always has a selection of free selection of tools at our disposal that provide useful data. Using them can pump up our digital marketing efforts. Unfortunately, Google has a […]

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3 tools to help you create SEO-friendly blog titles

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Creating new and exciting content ideas that will help not only boost your authority in your industry, but also help you attract your relevant audience through the search engines, can be tricky. There’s more to creating a really great title...

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New in SEOprofiler: the improved Starter Backlinks tool with 680 great link opportunities

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Although Google is continually changing the ranking algorithm, links from other sites remain the most important factor that influences the position of your pages in Google's search results. We all know that it is quite difficult to get backlinks, especially if you have a new site. That's why we have the Starter Backlinks tool in SEOprofiler. The Starter Backlinks tool helps you to get links from good websites that will have a positive influence on the position of your pages. The new version contains more sites, and it offers comprehensive filters.

Google Panda 4.0 Is Working

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

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Monday, we saw Matt Cutts offer this tweet: Google is rolling out our Panda 4.0 update starting today. — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) May 20, 2014 There was some blather about imminent updates happening at Google, but we’ve gotten so used to no big announcements about Panda or Penguin that this one was a tad surprising […]

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WordPress 4.7. Upgrade Problem–Easy Fix

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

FIXED: Wordpress 4.7. Upgrade problem. This has been a problem for a lot of people. This video shows my simple solution to fixing a site that has been broken during the update.

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Public Relations & Podcasting = The Perfect Marriage

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

One of the latest and greatest service offerings Real News PR provides to its client’s is the ability to create a custom, state-of- the-art, quality-sounding Podcast! The Real News PR offices are very unique in that, unlike traditional PR firms where you’ll find cubicle mazes filled with writers pumping out mindless Press Releases…we operate drastically [...]

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Google: Microsites versus One Larger Site for SEO

by Jennifer Slegg @ The SEM Post

There are many differences of opinions over the value of creating one larger site versus multiple smaller ones from an SEO perspective, with both techniques being successfully used.  However, it really comes down to execution and how well someone can create quality microsites versus the value of a single larger site with the potential for […]

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SEO Security – Cybersecurity From An SEO Perspective

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

SEO Security What is SEO security? SEO security is the use of SEO metrics to identify flaws in a site’s security, to act to solve those issues, and to monitor site activity with security in mind. Good SEO practitioners follow security news closely and should increase their clients’ site security by a significant factor. They’re […]

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The Top 5 Ranking Factors for 2015: How Strong is Your Hand?

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The Searchmetrics Ranking Factors study 2015 for Google.com is finally here! Once again we made the annual epic journey to the center of our data pool, analyzed, averaged and correlated for our lives, and more than once burned the midnight oil. Our mission as always: To figure out just what it is the top-ranking sites […]

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Alexa, How Do I Beat Amazon? Online and The Big Brand Conundrum

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

As the world of online search increasingly gets more technical, with sophisticated algorithms and voice commands becoming an essential part of  everyone’s marketing toolkit, we in the industry must continue to remind ourselves that our core mission is to address the needs of humans who are looking for online moments that matter. Wil Reynolds, founder of Seer […]

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Collaborating at Real News PR

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

Teamwork Makes the Dreamwork Or so the saying goes. At Real News PR, collaboration is key. Each of our service departments must communicate with each other in order to provide the best service possible to each client. For example, when someone is successfully pitched to the media and goes on the news, we have to [...]

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This Week In Search & SEO: August 4, 2017

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

It was a big week in search and SEO with some of the biggest stories coming out of the paid search world by both Bing and Google. So let’s jump in …

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Postcards from China: What the Baidu SERPs Look Like

by Marcus Pentzek @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In my last blog post, I looked at the top players in the Baidu SERPs. Today, I would like to take a closer look at the search results page itself. In what ways is it similar to the Google search results page we know and love? There are some obvious similarities. Just like on Google, […]

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Clinton vs Trump 2016: SEO and Content Performance in the US Presidential Election Campaign

by Stephen Bench-Capon @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The 2016 Race for the White House is nearing an end. From the first caucuses in Iowa in February, the Democratic and Republican parties each whittled down their lists of candidates, with each settling on their chosen nominee. On November 8, either Hillary Rodham Clinton or Donald John Trump will be elected 45th President of […]

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Few Common Myths About SEO and Understanding Salient SEO Benefits

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

Those, who are into the field of online based business, have surely come across the term search engine optimization. It is basically a method of making a website rank high in the search engine results page. Imagine that you need to purchase a product or you are seeking a service. The first thing that you […]

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Competitor Analysis: How To Crib Off The Competition

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Competitor Analysis: How to Crib Off Your Competitors Competitor analysis has long been an integral part of SEO. In such a dynamic field that is prone to rapid change, it is an invaluable method of ensuring that your practices and processes have not fallen behind. Once you start ranking all your sites well, it’s all […]

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Google Doesn’t Want You to Read This

by Holly Miller @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

For many businesses, the process of divvying up paid and organic search marketing dollars often relies more on gut feeling than science. Since paid appears to offer an easier path to understanding whether you’re getting bang for the buck (you paid this for click, and saw this resulting rise in sales over this period in […]

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[InfoGraphic] Why Long Form Content Performs BETTER & How To Create It

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

[InfoGraphic] Why Long Form Content Performs BETTER & How To Create It Content of more than 2000 words, often referred to as “long form content” gets you more social signals, links, online visibility and of course website Authority! We’ve put together a detailed infographic below highlighting some of the benefits, we also help you in

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Why Is Google Punishing Media for Old Content?

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

It hasn’t been a good week for the publishing industry. More than two dozen of some of the biggest brands in media, including Apple, The New York Times, The Washington Post and Time Inc., experienced steep plunges in online visibility, caused by what we suspect are sweeping changes Google is making to branded search results. […]

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Watch: How to Get the Most Out of SEO With the Least Amount of Effort

Watch: How to Get the Most Out of SEO With the Least Amount of Effort

by Andrea Huspeni @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

On the latest episode of 'Tough Love Tuesday,' SEO pro Neil Patel will provide tips and tricks for marketing your content to grow your audience and brand.

“Mobilegeddon 2” Gets Hype, but Mobile Friendliness is Here to Stay

by Holly Miller @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In the weeks leading up to May and what was supposed to be the second wave of mobile-friendly algorithm updates – essentially a boost in rankings for mobile optimized sites – we at Searchmetrics wonder if in fact “Mobilegeddon 2” is really kicking up any dust at all. Let’s get a few things straight: Google […]

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Serving Rich Local Results with Mary Bowling at #LSS2017

by Karisa Macias @ Rio SEO

As search results get more and more crowded, it’s more important than ever to stand out. How can you break through the noise and prove to Google that your location’s result should feature prominently on a local query? Search expert Mary Bowling shared her five steps to standing out in the SERPs via richer, more […]

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How to Write the Perfect Meta Description for SEO

by Kalpesh Guard @ seoClarity

A meta description is a 160-character snippet, a tag in HTML, that summarizes a page’s content. Search engines show the […]

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4 Factors That Can Spoil ROI from SEO

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

When you have created a website and invested money in SEO hoping for ranks and leads but it’s not working, the situation can be very frustrating. You get confused because many other companies in your niche are getting web and mobile traffic, but it seems that customers are simply not paying any attention to your […]

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Mobilegeddon Has Arrived – Has It?

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Mobilegeddon is here – is it? At least, Google has announced to begin globally rolling out the mobile-friendly update in the early morning today, April 21st. From now on, the mobile user-friendliness of websites is obviously a global ranking signal. We have analyzed our data, but can’t see any bigger movements or winners/losers yet. UPDATE […]

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Excel Add-Ins for Searchmetrics Data: Number Crunching and Dynamic Excel Reports with e4SEO

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

We have great news for all Excel fans and users: there is now a dedicated Excel add-in for our data, which lets you export data from the Suite straight into Excel. “e4seo” enables you to process large amounts of data from our software and create individual reports without having to use a complicated workaround. And […]

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Postcards from China: Mysteries of the East – Busting 10 Myths About Baidu and SEO in China

by Marcus Pentzek @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Confucius, kung-fu, yin and yang, capitalist communism: China is a land full of mysteries and contradictions. Often associated with cheap imitations, China now produces technology and internet startups that can rival anything in the West. The Chinese search engine, Baidu, is no exception. It bears many similarities to Google and Bing, but can also boast its […]

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There Are ONLY TWO Sources for REAL Editorial Links. Choose Wisely.

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

There Are Only Two Sources for Real Editorial Links. Choose Wisely. Editorial links are currently the hottest thing in the link building world. I’m talking about links from Forbes, Huffington Post, Inc, Entrepreneur, Tech Crunch, Wall Street Journal and New York Times. They are more popular than ever because they work and the demand exceeds

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Finding LSI Theme Words & Phrases Helps You Write Better Product Reviews

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

Finding the important theme words and phrases can give you a competitive edge when writing product reviews.

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Google’s Phantom Menace: Publishers clean up your act

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google’s Phantom algorithm updates have been both a surprise and  menace to sites trying to maintain high SEO visibility. Now the search giant is sending a foreboding message to publishing empires: clean up your act. Earlier this month, we pointed to Searchmetrics tracking data that highlighted massive declines in SEO visibility among top publishers, including […]

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How to Win the Ring in the App Dating Game

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Choosing a mobile app can be like going on an amazingly bad first date. At the outset you’re not sure you’re compatible, but you can’t help digging the look. Then you meet up. Within seconds, you realize it’s a Venus-Mars kind of thing. You’re bored, wonder about ongoing performance issues, and often end up stuck […]

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Checklist for Local SEO Strategy

by Joe Restivo @

Putting together a well thought-out local SEO strategy can not only be overwhelming, but also time-consuming. StoneFish is here to help.   Listed below is a checklist of important things local businesses can do to help develop a stronger local online presence… Title Tags Your website should have unique, keyword targeted title-tags Clean URLs Be sure […]

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Emotional SEO: Finding your online Cookie Monster

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In Apple’s latest iPhone 6s ad, Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster becomes the perfect pitchmonster for the Siri voice assistant. He uses it to set a timer for (you guessed it) baking cookies, and then agonizingly waits while also having Siri play Jim Croce’s “Time in a Bottle”. It’s emotional marketing at its best: For millions […]

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The REAL TRUTH About Content & Links: By a No Nonsense SEO!

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

The Real Truth About Content & Links: By a No Nonsense SEO! “Content is king, and you should only focus on publishing high quality content that other websites will want to link to.” – SEO gurus.   “Links are the most important ranking factor and nothing else matters. The big players buy authority links to

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Why is SEO Important for the Healthcare Industry?

by Ruchi Pardal @ KnowledgeCenter

The competition is fierce in today’s market. Every business – irrespective of the industry they are associated with – aspires to stand at the cutting-edge. Marketers are gearing up for inventing new marketing strategies. Amid this competitive situation, Search Engine Optimization  has always been recognized as a great online marketing method, and it just keeps […]

Top 20 in US Paid and Organic Search

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

With college spring break and the summer vacation travel season just around the corner, we at Searchmetrics thought now would be a good time to compare just who’s ranking for visibility in both paid and organic desktop search. According to Searchmetrics data for the first 13 weeks of this year, travel, search and entertainment not […]

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Google Year in Review: Top US Winners & Losers in 2015

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The Google year 2015 brought with it numerous updates and turbulent visibility changes for many US domains. The following concise analysis takes a look at the year’s biggest winners and losers of 2015. We also discuss the effect of Google updates, current search trends and offer key take-aways for your site in 2016. Read on. […]

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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.

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Google Core Update 2016: Analysis of Winners and Losers

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The new year has begun with a confirmed Google update. However, what was initially believed to be either a change to Panda or Penguin is in fact a core ranking algorithm update. Here, we take a look at the fresh data from the Searchmetrics Suite. Background to Google update We were expecting a Penguin update […]

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The Knowledge Graph: What you need to know

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

The Knowledge Graph: What you need to know Many online marketers today are making one fundamentally mistaken assumption. They want to use their content as a way to fool Google into believing a website has a certain keyword combination users might find relevant in their searches. This is not only taken as a strategy among […]

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The Era of Agile Content Creation Backed by Deep Learning

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  Creating new content, developing a new idea or pouring resources into a new product is always fraught with risk, for businesses both large and small. Even when you’re reasonably sure you’re on the right track (in our case, focusing on agile content creation backed by deep learning), you must wait patiently for that “Aha! moment. ” It’s […]

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Ten Things eCommerce Sites Need to Know to Rank on Google in 2017

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

No, they’re not just resting. Universal ranking factors are dead. Google’s algorithm now operates highly individually – depending on time, place, device and industry. For this reason, we are using our first industry-specific study to present the ten most important ranking factors for eCommerce. Where should webmasters in eCommerce focus their energy? Which content can […]

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Content marketing has made SEO link building harder

by Steve Haar @ SEO News and Information

Yes good content should generate links back to your website and improve SEO perfomance. The challenge is in helping people differentiate between content marketing strategy and SEO link building tactics, and their respective control. Content marketing starts with a broader marketing objective, using distributed content to help achieve goals, and in some cases linking back […]

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Phantom Update III: What Google’s updated Quality Guidelines could mean for page rankings

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Everyday countless webpages are evaluated by Google quality raters (with the goal of improving the overall quality of search results). On 12 November 2015 Google updated its comprehensive guidelines (Quality Rater Guidelines), according to which webpage and content quality is evaluated. Not long after this we began to notice significant movement in our ranking and […]

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Read My Lips: Voice Now Posed For Big Mobile Search Wins

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

by Holly Miller and Sebastien Edgar   If you haven’t heard of Siri, Alexa and Cortana, these three sexy minxes have been turning our heads (and standing SEO strategy on its head) by adding glamorous voices to the world of search. But before you decide which voice assistant should get your final rose, consider this […]

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INFOGRAPH: Tech Tips & Tools for News Producers

by Wendy Ho @ CNN Newsource

Are you up to speed on the best tools and apps to help you produce news, even (especially) while in the field? CNN Newsource chatted with our colleagues, CNN photojournalist Jake Carpenter...

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Extension of the research database & time-saving thanks to Growth Reporting

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

On 6 March 2015, we published an update for the Searchmetrics Suite, which includes fantastic new features. Growth Reporting is new to the Suite, giving you all the relevant data on the organic performance of a domain at a glance. This allows you to create reports in around 50% of the time. We have also […]

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SEO: when cheap is not so cheap (and even risky)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Hiring a cheap SEO service provider can be very tempting. Many cash-strapped businesses have to cut costs and a cheap SEO service seems to be a good solution. What could go wrong? Unfortunately, a lot!

15 Profitable Black Friday SEO Tips to Maximize Holiday Revenue

by Dan Kern @ Kern Media

Black Friday can be an incredible time for online marketers to target time-sensitive keywords that can result in immediate sales. However, this intense weekend holiday shopping spree is often a last-minute effort by many E-Commerce marketers. Get ahead of the curve with these Black Friday SEO tips, and you’ll have a better chance of raking […]

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SEO 101: Why Search Engine Optimization Matters

by Cyber-Construction, Inc. @ Cyber-Construction, Inc.

“SEO” is one of the biggest buzzwords in business marketing today. But why exactly is search engine optimization so important? Many people mistakenly believe that if they run a good business, and have any kind of web presence at all, potential customers will be able to find them online when they use a search engine […]

Flexibility

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

Setting up for an interview. Flexibility is the quality of being able to bend without breaking. At Real News PR, flexibility is the core of our business. Our slogan is "Public relations at the speed of news" and if you watch the news at all, you know just how quick that speed can [...]

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Data Meets Creativity: Welcome to a New Era of Online Content!

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

What’s one of the biggest challenges facing online companies today? Many struggle to create content that is relevant for both the user and for search engine results! Because content production is one area where a data-driven approach remains rare, much depends on guesswork and intuition. For years, we’ve been stuck with the status quo: Microsoft […]

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Fake News, Facebook and the Devastating Effect on User Experience

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Fake News, Facebook and the Devastating Effect on User Experience Over the last twelve months, hundreds of fake news sites have sprouted, and they all have a few things in common. They all target the US political arena, and many of them have been traced back to teenage owners in Macedonia. A few months ago […]

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SEO NEWS

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

How Does Google Handle CSS + Javascript “Hidden” Text? – Whiteboard Friday Site Crawl, Day 1: Where Do You Start?  Google Updates and SERP Changes – June 2017 Google: We Can Ignore Links On Any Site Including Forbes & Entrepreneur How to reduce the impact of images on your mobile site speed June 20th comes out “SEO: […]

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Warning Signs that You’re Dealing with a Bad SEO Company

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

Yeah, it can happen. There are tons of folks out there claiming to be SEOs, who don’t really have the chops. So, you hire them because they gave you good speak, but when it comes down to the brass tacks, they don’t have a clue.  Here’s an article from my friend, Chloe, who alerts you […]

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Google Mobile Update: Everything You Need To Know

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The Google Mobile Update, announced at the end of February – Release: April 21, 2015 – makes mobile friendliness a Ranking Factor and means significant effects on rankings in mobile search results. This update is expected to be larger than Panda and Penguin. Websites that are not mobile-friendly are highly vulnerable to losing rankings and […]

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How to find the top ranked pages of your site (and how they influence your website success)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

The pages of your website that are ranked on Google are the pages that most visitors of your website see first. Which pages are the top ranked pages of your site? Are these pages a good entry point to your site? The Ranking Monitor in SEOprofiler helps you to locate these pages.

SEO vs PPC

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

SEO and PPC are the two primary types of content displayed on a search engine results page (SERP). SEO stands for search engine optimization and PPC stands for pay per click. Organic results – These are natural search listings that appear on a search results page naturally. They are based on content and ranking of that content. Paid... Read More

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The Next Generation of Search: Voice

by Tania German @ seoClarity

How to Earn THE Answer in Voice Search: A Research Report of Google’s Answer Box In the nearly 20 year history […]

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Are Speed Ranking Factors a Magic 8-Ball for Google?

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

For a while now, the stock answer to the question of whether speed matters much as a Google search ranking factor has been a source of frustration. Even the Magic 8-Ball won’t sidestep the question by answering “Maybe.” Google first broached the subject in 2010 by announcing site speed would be included in rankings, though […]

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4 Essential SEO Strategies You Should Be Focusing On In 2017

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

4 Essential SEO Strategies for 2017 It is widely acknowledged that an efficient, well-executed SEO strategy is one of the most important aspects of any business in the modern world. Investing in SEO is no longer viewed as a luxury. It has become essential if you want to flourish in today’s competitive marketplace. There are […]

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Does your Company Need SEO Professionals?

by Lucy Adams @ Internet Dzyns LLC

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) refers to the methods and techniques that ensure the visibility of your business website at the top of all search engine pages. SEO helps to maximize the presence of your business website to attract more clients. Many people refer to SEO as the new marketing technique that is bringing significant changes […]

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Ninja Outreach Review

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

Ninja Outreach is a great suite of tools for getting legitimate, white hat links. This review looks at what it can do.

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Why Must You Choose The Service of an Expert SEO Service Provider?

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

Do you want your brand to gain popularity? Are tired of following several marketing strategies which haven’t turned up right? If yes, then you should surely try out the SEO technique which has helped numerous companies to flourish effectively over the years. SEO is the acronym for Search Engine Optimization which is the latest marketing […]

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Get Into Google News, Learn Google News SEO Now - Ignite Visibility

Get Into Google News, Learn Google News SEO Now - Ignite Visibility


Ignite Visibility

Google News is an important part of Google. Delivering over 6 billion website clicks per month, some websites see lifts in traffic of over 300% upon being accepted. In this video, you will learn much of what is necessary to get started with Google News for SEO. Google News SEO Video – Watch Now Things...

Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Why Mobile First Matters (and Doesn’t)

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Much has been said – and will be – about Google’s mobile-first initiative. In today’s world, modern marketers surely will have to come to grips with the snack-sized love mobile users give to content versus desktop brethren who want to dine on a full meal. Another way to look at it is to compare the […]

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SEO NEWS

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

Google: We’ve Never Denied An Algorithm Update That Happened More: Google’s Fred Update – What Do All Losers Have In Common? Surviving SEO in a Voice Search World How Machine Learning is Changing SEO More: Google: Machine Learning Won’t Take Over The Google Algorithm 39 questions with Google at SMX West Related: From Someone Who’s Looking to […]

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SEO Is More Than a Numbers Game. The Real Goal Is Engagement.

SEO Is More Than a Numbers Game. The Real Goal Is Engagement.

by Dan Blacharski @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

Algorithms change, but quality content that engages your audience is always be a winning strategy.

Some Important Tips Which Would Help You Choose The Right SEO Company for Your Needs

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

The digital marketing front for any company today is becoming important, and there are many ways in which you can get a lot of traffic to your business website. However, the innovative and varied ideas of the technical professionals in this sphere cannot be rivaled, and hence a number of companies seek expert technicians for […]

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How Much Should I Pay For SEO Services?

by Steve Haar @ SEO News and Information

I’ve been in the digital market space for 20 years and this question, “how much should I pay for Search Engine Optimization?” is perhaps the hardest to answer. The elements that go into SEO are highly dependent on variables that agencies or SEO service providers need to identify before they can provide a valid estimate. […]

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Sun Tzu’s Art of Online Warfare: The Great Keyword Battles

by Sebastien Edgar @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

“Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster.” – Sun Tzu Or to put it in a more modern context: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. The same principle applies in the online world. You’re battling for eyeballs and dollars by using unique sets of keywords […]

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Why REAL Outreach CRUSHES FAKE PBN Links: What You Need to Know..

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

Why Real Outreach Crushes Fake PBN Links: What You Need to Know There is a big misconception in the SEO world regarding outreach links and it has spiraled so out of control that I feel like I need to address it once and for all. PBN (private blog network) links are not safe, and most

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Hone your internal link structure with Link Optimization

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Crawling websites, analyzing them technically and optimizing them based of these findings is standard procedure when it comes to improving online performance. Today, I would like to introduce a new, data-driven solution for optimizing internal link structure: Searchmetrics Link Optimization. On-page optimization is multi-layered: one layer is analyzing individual subpages in order to identify errors […]

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New Horizons: Online Experts Weigh in On Google Home and Voice Search

by Daniel Furch @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google Home, the voice-powered smart speaker that lets users ask the Google Assistant questions, has been on the US market since November 2016. With the device now becoming available internationally, we took the opportunity to ask a number of experts about their experience with Google Home so far, and what it could mean for the […]

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Site Structure Optimization with Searchmetrics Suite – Part 1: the Optimum Setup

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

With Site Structure Optimization (SSO) we provide users of the Searchmetrics Suite with an overview of the technical performance of their web projects. Whether it’s a question of titles & descriptions, crawling errors, loading times or link distributions: we analyze your websites, list all the information that is relevant for you – and give you […]

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It’s 2017. Is Your Website Voice Search Compatible?

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Is 2017 the year of Voice Search? One of the most exciting and interesting things about the internet, and SEO in particular, is the ever changing landscape. The internet is in a constant state of flux, which is why we must always be flexible and prepare ourselves to change strategy at the drop of a […]

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20 Tips for Writing SEO Friendly Blog Posts

by Joe Restivo @

To improve your website’s rankings on search engine results pages (SERPs), follow these helpful tips when using blog SEO. These tips will help you create friendly blogs posts that will attract not only readers but search engines too. Here are 20 of the best tips to create the perfect SEO blog… PHASE 1: Pick Your Keywords […]

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Are You a Small Business Owner Looking to Boost Visibility Online? Follow These 3 SEO Hacks First!

by Cyber-Construction, Inc. @ Cyber-Construction, Inc.

It is no secret that search engine optimization, also known as SEO, is crucial for any small business in order to boost its visibility online. A full 93% of online experiences begin with a search engine, so your number one goal as a small business owner is to get potential clients to click onto your […]

Introducing the new rich snippet and rich cards creator

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

We have improved the rich snippet creator in our web-based SEO software tool SEOprofiler. The new and updated tool helps you to create JSON-LD markup code that will be used for 'rich snippets' and 'rich cards' on Google's search results pages.

Visual Tech Offers a New Lens on Local Search

by Natasha Anderson-Moncrieffe @ Rio SEO

The local search industry is buzzing, and visual search technology is at the core of it all. What’s the latest news, you ask? Google “Focuses” on Visual Search with ‘Lens’ Google’s recent unveiling of Google Lens at their I/O developer conference leverages AI technology and Google’s software to supercharge your phone’s camera. Imagine you’re sharpening […]

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WordPress SEO Course

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

Wordpress SEO has a steep learning curve. From duplicate content issues to static sidebar issues. But it doesn't have to be difficult.

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Read My Lips: Voice Now Posed For Big Mobile Search Wins

by Holly Miller @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

by Holly Miller and Sebastien Edgar   If you haven’t heard of Siri, Alexa and Cortana, these three sexy minxes have been turning our heads (and standing SEO strategy on its head) by adding glamorous voices to the world of search. But before you decide which voice assistant should get your final rose, consider this […]

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Universal Search 2015: An Analysis of Google.com

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The annual average for 2014: Google has enriched 80% of all keyword queries with additional integrations of the Universal Search. Once again, we have  analyzed the precise developments according to absolute and relative growth for Videos, Images, News, Maps and Shopping this year, which we present  in a new white paper that is free to download. […]

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Searchmetrics Releases the “Self Optimizer” to help you self optimize websites

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

For many years our clients have asked for more automation in our platform. Today we are delivering on this request, giving our customer the most powerful tool in SEO. The realities of being an in-house SEO are demanding and we have an increasing need to streamline processes and capabilities for optimization. For this reason our […]

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SEO Predictions for the year 2014

by Jonny Lis @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

As we begin 2014, it’s the perfect time for SEOs and marketers to reflect on the successes and failures of the previous year, and to make SEO predictions for the year ahead. As shown by the Mayans though, it can be difficult to accurately predict future events. Google is notoriously unpredictable as they are at […]

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On-Site SEO in 2017: The Definitive Guide to HIGHER SERP Rankings

by Tommy McDonald @ SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

On-Site SEO in 2017: The Definitive Guide to Higher SERP Rankings My, how the times have changed. When I first got started in the SEO industry links ruled everything. Now, don’t get me wrong, links are still the number one ranking signal that Google uses in its algorithm, but back in the day you could

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4 Proven Strategies to Get Rank-Boosting Links to Improve Your SEO

4 Proven Strategies to Get Rank-Boosting Links to Improve Your SEO

by Neil Patel @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

Contextual link building requires the most difficult types of links to get, but they have a strong impact on search rankings.

5 amazing SEO tips that eCommerce websites have been ignoring

by Chetan Saxena @ Digital Success Blog

eCommerce website owners are always hungry for more online business. They seek dominance on search engines and SEO has proved to a great tool for smarter B2B businesses. It is critical as a solid approach to help your website gain more customers and fulfill your business purpose within less budget. As a business owner, you […]

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How to Win the Ring in the App Dating Game

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Choosing a mobile app can be like going on an amazingly bad first date. At the outset you’re not sure you’re compatible, but you can’t help digging the look. Then you meet up. Within seconds, you realize it’s a Venus-Mars kind of thing. You’re bored, wonder about ongoing performance issues, and often end up stuck […]

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FIGHT! How to use SEO to get the deal.

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Website promotion is often a "the winner takes it all" game. That means that the best website will get the deal and all other websites will get nothing, no matter how good they are. Read this article to learn how to be the winner.

Industry Ranking Factors: The Road to Organic Search Success for Travel Websites

by Stephen Bench-Capon @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

It’s that time of year when the search volume for the term “last minute” peaks, known to travelers in many time zones as “summer.” But for travel industry webmasters, now isn’t the time to head to the sandy shores. It’s never too late to optimize your website and improve your Google rankings. Our latest industry-specific whitepaper is your […]

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Website SEO Spam - Website Security News | Sucuri Blog

Website SEO Spam - Website Security News | Sucuri Blog


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The latest news about SEO spam, including the latest tactics used by black hats to abuse your website by injecting spam links and keywords.

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Insights: Monetizing Digital Content for News Publishers

by Wendy Ho @ CNN Newsource

Building a digital audience is at the forefront of any news publisher’s mind. Great content always wins, but that’s just half the story: do you have a strategy to capitalize...

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Marketing Day: E-commerce SEO mistakes, Facebook tests new ad format & interactive native content

by Amy Gesenhues @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land

Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

SEO NEWS

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

Google AdWords ad rank, quality score data & SEO strategies Emoji SEO: Can You Rank For Emoji-Based Searches? ON WHY YOU MIGHT SUGGEST THIS MADE IN PALO ALTO SEO PAGE TO YOUR FRIENDS: Search engine optimization news helps one optimize your pages knowing about the main industry news & trends in search marketing, paid search advertising, and […]

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Can Microsites Help With SEO Efforts?

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

I’m often asked if it would be helpful to create a microsite for SEO purposes. And while there is no absolute answer that applies to all situations, I would like to provide some insight into this topic and offer up some food for thought. Top Questions About Microsite Usage for SEO There are a lot of... Read More

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SEO News Roundup: June 2017 | Branded3

SEO News Roundup: June 2017 | Branded3


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Time for another SEO news roundup with June passing us by. This month, as always has been a busy one for the SEO industry and especially Branded3, with the

How to Make the Best-Seller List with Proof and Relevancy

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

“Google, what’s the best article that describes proof and relevant terms in search?” In this and every Google query, search results attempt to understand both the topic you’re researching and the underlying intent of the search. Digital marketers who rely on old-school keyword ranking strategies to boost their clients’ results are missing out. Google’s dual […]

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SEO News: Between media release and travel preparations

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Time for our weekly SEO News. This week is an incredibly exciting one for us here in Berlin: Searchmetrics is undergoing a huge, highly anticipated change.  We’ll tell you more about it from the press room in the upcoming days. However, here’s a small indication to start with: The favorite app Whatsapp will finally begin […]

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Marketing News: The Case for Bing SEO, Millennials Dump Uncool Apps

Marketing News: The Case for Bing SEO, Millennials Dump Uncool Apps


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This week's top digital marketing news via @toprank featuring SEO for Bing, millennials and uncool apps and Facebook's engagement drop.

The REAL TRUTH About Content & Links: By a No Nonsense SEO!

by Tommy McDonald @ SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

The Real Truth About Content & Links: By a No Nonsense SEO! “Content is king, and you should only focus on publishing high quality content that other websites will want to link to.” – SEO gurus.   “Links are the most important ranking factor and nothing else matters. The big players buy authority links to

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March’s Biggest SEO News, SEM Updates, and Social Media Buzz

by Pure Visibility @ Pure Visibility

Digital marketing changes every day. From the newest Google update to the freshest pay-per-click ad option or Instagram feature, it can be hard to keep up! Thankfully, we’ve done the hard work of finding last month’s top search engine optimization, search engine...

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New in SEOprofiler: Google algorithm updates (and three other things)

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

The Ranking Monitor is one of the most popular tools in SEOprofiler. We have added several new features that make working with your rankings even easier than before. Read this article to learn more about the new features.

What is Black Hat SEO?

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

People that practice black hat SEO could care less about what Google wants or states is best practice. They have one singular goal of manipulating the SERP to position their content at the top. And they’ll do so regardless of this risk. Surprisingly enough, there are still plenty of black hat SEO consultants who pretend... Read More

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The FAKE SEO Guru BS is Strong. Roll Up Your Pant Legs for This One!!

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

The Fake SEO Guru BS is Strong. Roll Up Your Pant Legs for This One. Ok boys and girls, it’s time to dive into a topic I love: Fake SEO Gurus. It’s a topic I have touched on before, writing about the SEO lies these guru rejects love to spread. Well, there are more and

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White Hat vs Black Hat SEO

by Rebecca Gill @ DIY SEO Courses

White hat vs black hat SEO can seem confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to feel as though you’re being buried under search engine rules and algorithms, only to have them further complicated by SEO consultants. You just need to break white hate and black hate SEO down into intent and view... Read More

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Why Perform A Content SEO Audit

by Michael @ Internet Dzyns LLC

Audits are necessary for all types of businesses and operations – not the IRS kind; wait, come back! While financial and operational audits mandated by the Internal Revenue Service are necessary at least once or twice throughout a business’ lifetime, so is a content SEO audit, although running these search engine optimization-related audits are beneficial […]

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Protected: Past Week in SEO

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

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Mobile Ranking Factors 2015: The Rise of Mobile Search

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Seldom has the hype surrounding a Google update been so feverish as was the case with the infamous mobile-friendly update. Let me set the scene. Once upon time, back in early April, the mighty Google decreed that sites that do not pass its new mobile-friendly test shall be banished from its mobile kingdom, ahem, rankings, […]

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5 white hat SEO tactics

by Dan Shouse @ Free SEO Resource

Written by Jeremy AlbeldaThese days, more people are discovering the liberating potential of owning a business on the web.  Additionally, many owners of brick and mortar outfits are looking to enhance the local visibility of their services, as more and more potential customers turn to search engines instead of the Yellow Pages to find answers […]

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Content Marketing is Changing SEO: 3 Tips to Boost Your Traffic

by Pratik Dholakiya @ SEO Chat

Content marketing is the future of marketing and there is no doubt about it. By leveraging content you can sell (your products and services) without actually selling. Write a killer blog post or tweet and you can create a huge amount of awareness among your targeted audience. Content marketing has become an integral part of […]

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Cozy Up or Break Up: Why Marketers Must Embrace Location-Aware Trends

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

What’s the three most important aspects of a property? Location, location and – you guessed it – location! Never has that been more true in the world of online search and content marketing. As mobile increasingly becomes the focus of Google and other search engines, the ability for consumers to find a meal, a supermarket […]

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HTTPS Encryption – What is the impact of TLS/SSL on Rankings?

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

We have made a new analysis of HTTP vs. HTTPS and it seems as using a secure connection could be an advantage for webmasters in different perspectives – both from the point of SEO and to user-trust-signal it conveys. In August 2014, Google announced the secure connection to be an official ranking signal. Our recent […]

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Why the Webmaster Won’t Wink at Wicked Widgets

by Sebastien Edgar @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Sun-soaked beaches, cheap hotels and panoramic city views are a staple of online travel sites worldwide. So too are those wicked widgets, clickable badges with multiple links back to anchor text – the visible and clickable text in a hyperlink. While some are useful, rental and travel sites quickly learned they also could be profitable. […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Ranking and Optimizing Existing Content

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

No doubt, many a marketer is taking vacation time to enjoy the sunshine and outdoors. For those of you feeling the heat at work from bosses who want you to come up with ideas for new content, remember everything old can be new again. In the latest installment of Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, I’ll walk you through some […]

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How to make sure your dealer locator tools are optimized for local SEO

by Rio SEO @ Rio SEO

Brands with many distributor locations across the country use dealer locator tools to provide consumers information on how to find their products at local stores. But more often than not, these dealer locator mappers are missing the necessary local SEO optimizations that make their distributor locations appear prominently on search results pages. These brands are missing out […]

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Link spam, migration disasters and Penguin is nowhere to be seen – Organic growth in 2017

by Tim Grice @ Branded3

SEO is very much seen as a growth channel, businesses struggle to invest in it to stand still, they need to see better rankings...

April’s Biggest SEO News, SEM Updates, and Social Media Buzz

by Pure Visibility @ Pure Visibility

Ever feel like you can’t keep up with Facebook’s newest analytics tools and features? Worried about discovering a new Google algorithm after it’s too late? We’re here to help. Every month, the ever-dynamic field of digital marketing experiences shake-ups. We track and...

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Updated Google Quality Rater Guidelines: International Search Results & Conspiracy Theories

by Jennifer Slegg @ The SEM Post

Google has once again very quietly updated their Google Quality Rater Guidelines with a brand new version.   This update comes as the third update this year so far (following ones in March and May), only months after we saw major changes with fake news. There are some notable changes, especially for those SEOs who […]

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Tips on SEO Keywords & Market Research

by Brandon Jackson @ Internet Dzyns LLC

It’s been said that imitation is one of the sincerest forms of flattery, and nowhere is it truer than in the business of SEO Keywords & Market Research. If a business owner is attempting to draw more traffic to his or her site, the best strategy is to perform a competitor analysis. By finding out […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Optimizing for the Smart Speaker Wars

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Are you ready for your oral exams? The new smart speaker voice assistant category could be the biggest test yet for companies relying on the world of online search to make money. But don’t count on simply tweaking your existing search engine optimization strategies to succeed. In our latest Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, we detail some […]

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Why Is Google Punishing Media for Old Content?

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

It hasn’t been a good week for the publishing industry. More than two dozen of some of the biggest brands in media, including Apple, The New York Times, The Washington Post and Time Inc., experienced steep plunges in online visibility, caused by what we suspect are sweeping changes Google is making to branded search results. […]

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Know How to Pitch, Who to Pitch to and What to Pitch

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

Believe it or not, the media doesn’t just report negative news. In fact, there are a ton of positive stories filling the newscasts. Are you doing something good for the community and want publicity for it? Keep the following thoughts in mind: Find the right reporter: Reporters all have beats they cover, and there are [...]

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SEO News: A small water, gangster photos and an award

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

It was an exciting conference last week in Moscow. I was planning to write a recap, but it seems my Russian isn’t good enough – and there wasn’t all that much SEO stuff anyway. But I do have one very important tip for you from Russia: If you want to do business there, you have […]

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SEO News | Bold Digital Marketing | Dallas, TX


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Mobilegeddon 2: Are You Facing Godzilla or a Gazelle?

by Jordan Koene @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In Hollywood, a box office smash inevitably leads to a sequel or two to keep sales humming. The view from the Googleplex is no different: Coming to screens this May, “Mobilegeddon 2” promises another potentially perilous journey into the world of mobile search. In the past few weeks leading up to the rollout of its […]

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RankBrain, AI, and the Evolving Anatomy of Google

by Tom Wells @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google has created a buzz in the online community by revealing that part of its search algorithm now operates on a machine learning basis, namely RankBrain. Not only this, but the previously unknown RankBrain has been confirmed as the third most important ranking signal for generating search results. This is a significant development as the […]

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Online Reputation Management – Managing online brand experience through Search and Content Optimization

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Reputation matters. People buy brands they trust and read news they believe. When the BBC publishes a story about Antarctic penguins flying to South America, people believe it because of the broadcaster’s strong reputation for credibility. April Fool’s jokes are themselves a tool to add percentage points to a corporation’s reputation as likeable, friendly and […]

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First things first: get the SEO basics right

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Before you invest your time in optimizing off-page factors such as backlinks and social mentions, you should make sure that the on-page factors of your web pages are correct. On-page optimization is very important if you want to be found for the right search terms.

Making WhiteHouse.Gov Great Again: How Trump Webmasters Failed

by Kirby Burke Jr. @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Website relaunches and migrations are complex and risky SEO operations. If not done correctly, companies can significantly impact their site’s performance and rankings. In extreme cases, it’s possible to take an entire site offline and forfeit all previous brand equity in the search results. For a good illustration of the peril, look no further than […]

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SEO news: Killer SEO Insights, searches without searchvolume and a little bit of music

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Winter is certainly on it’s way and we have some great reading to keep you warm this week. So get a cup of coffee, grab your tablet, sit next to the fireplace and start reading about our SEO Insights. And by the way, speaking of tablets, we internally still have lots of discussions about which […]

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My Plan for 2017

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

What are your plans to make sure 2017 is the best year ever? Here are some of mine.

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SEO Tutorial: 12 Immutable Laws For Dominating Google's Search

SEO Tutorial: 12 Immutable Laws For Dominating Google's Search

by R.L. Adams @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

Mystified by SEO? It all makes sense once you understand how Google sees it.

Sun Tzu’s Art of Online Warfare: The Great Keyword Battles

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

“Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster.” – Sun Tzu Or to put it in a more modern context: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. The same principle applies in the online world. You’re battling for eyeballs and dollars by using unique sets of keywords […]

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Digital Sleuths: On the trail of better SEO hygiene

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Like most big companies, Google’s hunt for good talent produces a stream of help wanted signs on its website. Yet the search engine king had people scratching their heads last summer when the company began recruiting a technical SEO program manager. Google looking for help keeping its own digital house clean? Heresy, right? Wrong. Google […]

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10 Best Keyword Research and Suggestion Tools for SEO Specialists

by Irina Weber @ SEO Chat

While creating a high-quality content with real people in mind is essential, it will be foolish to ignore keyword research and SEO. Doing keyword research is like a seasoned fish monger casting his net at the right time and at the right place. If you are not using the right keywords: short-tail or long-tail, you […]

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How Much Should I Pay For SEO Services?

by Steve Haar @

I’ve been in the digital market space for 20 years and this question, “how much should I pay for Search Engine Optimization?” is perhaps the hardest to answer. The elements that go into SEO are highly dependent on variables that agencies or SEO service providers need to identify before they can provide a valid estimate. […]

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TURNER IS FIRST TO APPLY WATSON TECHNOLOGY TO BROADCAST ADVERTISING SALES

by Vlad Gorenshteyn @ CNN Newsource

Turner is continuing to invest in resources that allow agencies and marketers to have access to powerful insights resulting in stronger business outcomes. As part of that effort, today it...

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10 (Aha!) Reasons Why Google May Not Index (Pages on) Your Site

by Dan Kern @ Kern Media

Getting (and keeping) your website pages indexed in Google can be a challenge for new websites and for websites with technical SEO or content quality issues. This article is designed to help you uncover potential reasons why you might be having trouble with Google not indexing your site. Sometimes the issues can be a quick fix, […]

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Common SEO Mistakes – Audit Your SEO Work Says Qamar Zaman SEO Audit Expert

by problogger @ Dallas Internet Marketing Blog

Dallas based SEO & conversion rate optimization / SEO Audit Expert Says Look out! Optimizing your website and blog for maximum search engine visibility continues to be important, even with the rise of other inbound marketing methods. In fact, content marketing, by far the most popular inbound marketing strategy, relies so much on solid SEO […]

The Truth Behind Authority Link Pricing: Why They Are So Damn Expensive

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

The Truth Behind Authority Link Pricing: Why They Are So Damn Expensive “Wow, more than $1K for a single link? Why?” That is something I hear almost every single day. As my SEO agency, SerpLogic has evolved over the past couple years, we have focused on securing high quality authority links and media exposure for

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Mobile Research Release: Your “mobile-friendly” Solution – Searchmetrics Suite

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  Is Mobile user-friendliness a problem? Not with Searchmetrics. From now on users of the Suite can separately analyze mobile performance with new and extended features – ad hoc for more than 100 million domains – and actively implement mobile market strategies. Here’s an overview of the new features. Your website is viewed on various devices, including tablets and smartphones. […]

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What is the Best Search Engine Rank (SERP) Checker Tool?

by Marcel Casella @ Over The Top SEO

SEO Rank Checker What Is The Best Search Engine Rank Checker Tool? If you are serious about delivering great results for your clients, then you are going to have to invest in some excellent quality tools. There are many tools available on the market, and new pieces of software are launched on an almost daily […]

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9 Ways For Local Business to Acquire Links

by terri @ SEO Chat

Link building has changed a lot over the years. After a pretty brutal crackdown by Google related to linking practices it became clear that a new, more narrow practice was needed to continue taking advantage of this very relevant part of marketing strategy. Thankfully we still have avenues that don’t violate any terms of service, […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Getting Ranked Into An Answer Box

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google increasingly responds to search queries with enhanced organic listings in the form of so-called answer boxes. The trick for modern marketers is understanding which of your keywords are most likely to find the sweet spot for this coveted Direct Answer box. In the battle to increase online visibility, marketers must identify the keywords they […]

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March's Biggest SEO News, SEM Updates, and Social Media Buzz - Pure Visibility

March's Biggest SEO News, SEM Updates, and Social Media Buzz - Pure Visibility


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We've scoured the web for the biggest things that happened to digital marketing in March 2017. No need to waste time browsing: stay up-to-date in one place!

Domain Authority Consolidation: An Observation of dictionary.com

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

by Holly Miller and Sebastien Edgar   A few weeks ago, we noticed five dictionary related domains on the Searchmetrics list of Top 100 SEO Visibility (although technically thesaurus.com is part of the dictionary.com domain), a curious trend since these domains technically all provide the same experience: define the word. However, we noticed recently one […]

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Past Week in SEO

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

Google: Blocking Images From Google Doesn’t Impact Core Web Search Rankings 9 Quick Restaurant SEO Tips to Boost Your Google Search Visibility Load time, static site generators & SEO: How we lowered our own site’s load time by 74% Google AMP Reviewed: How Has It Changed SEO? Google Search Update, Mobile First Index, Search Console […]

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Everyday SEO Reviewed

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

Short Term SEO Tactics OR Lasting Search Engine Optimization Strategy? Twice a year at least we learn of a possible – yet rarely confirmed – shift to and from some type of ranking algorithm at Google. Yet, Google today (now, yesterday, and no doubt for the next many years) will remain focused on the QUALITY of […]

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8 Important SEO Principles; A Quick Review

by Ramya Raju @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

SEO Principles: Is content an important part of SEO? The answer is simply, yes. As far as SEO is concerned content plays a significant role in either promoting or degrading your website and yes, unique content is the keystone of any SEO plan of action. The content of your website remains the most important aspect of […]

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The Multi-Location Business Guide to Recent Google My Business Updates

by krystal taing @ Rio SEO

Changes are constantly happening across the Google My Business landscape–changes that affect your business and consumers’ ability to find it in their critical moments of need. Our Local Business Listings team has been tracking these recent changes across several categories like Google Local Q&A, Google Posts, and Local Business URLs. If you’ve heard of a […]

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3 Things Content Marketers & SEOs Should Be Doing in 2017

by Aaron Mackel @ SEO | B² Interactive

In this post, we'll cover some of the content and SEO strategies we recommend for 2017 because we feel they'll provide the best results not only this year, but going forward as well.

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Moving a Site from WordPress.com to WordPress.Org

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

So you started your free Wordpress.com website, but now need more power and fewer restrictions. Moving your Wordpress.com site to a Wordpress.org hosted site is easy. This tutorial explains the process.

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4 Tips for Creating an Efficient Marketing Department

4 Tips for Creating an Efficient Marketing Department

by Pratik Dholakiya @ Entrepreneur: Latest SEO Articles

Sure, as a CEO, you think of yourself as an "idea person." But these days, you also need modern marketing savvy in SEO and mobile.

5 Basic SEO Tips For Beginners

by Dan Shouse @ Free SEO Resource

Written by Jeremy AlbeldaWebsites with search engine friendly pages usually rank higher. Consequently, it is important to learn a few SEO techniques that will help to drive your website to the top of the popular search engines. Wondering why this is so important? Well, statistics show that most people looking for information via search engines […]

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How to use structured data and other technologies to improve the display of your web pages in the search results

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Structured data markup and other technologies can help you to get prettier listings on Google's search results pages. For example, pages that contain structured data markup for recipes look like this on Google. SEOprofiler offers many tools that help you with structured data markup and other technologies.

SEO NEWS

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

  The End of DMOZ and the Evolution of SEO Related: Web Directories Don’t Generally Help With Rankings How to Optimize Podcasts for SEO Google: How Bounce Rate Increases With Longer Mobile Load Times Top SEO Plugins For Any WordPress Website 7 Search Marketing Trends for 2017 from Bruce Clay’s SEO Master Class in India

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Search Experience Optimization: Is It Time to Rebrand SEO?

by Marcus Tober @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

You can’t deny that SEO – both as a practice and as an industry – has gotten a bad rap over the past few years. In fact, some would say that SEO has never had a great reputation, even in its heyday. I think there has always been this idea that somehow SEO is just […]

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A DIY Guide to Moving from HTTP to HTTPs and How it Impacts SEO

by Ruchi Pardal @ KnowledgeCenter

How to migrate from HTTP to HTTPs? This is the question I am being asked by people these days. Well, let me help you. Before going ahead, give answers to these questions. Do you think your website has nothing being hacked for? Do you want your website to load faster or server could use fewer […]

Google Strikes Again: Big Changes to Direct Answers, Online Dictionaries

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

So far this year, we’ve seen the Phantom V update from Google and “Fred,” an algorithmic update that still remains difficult to parse for its true meaning. Now there’s another update, unconfirmed by Google that is rocking the search engine results page. Beginning in the last week of June, there’s been sharp fluctuations in mid-tier results, […]

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Research Cloud + Content Performance: Search and Content in a New Dimension!

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

With Research Cloud, we’ve completely reinvented our software’s research section to give you a convenient overview of all the important metrics on the performance of any domain. But we wouldn’t be Searchmetrics if we didn’t have more! Our brand-new, and revolutionary Content Performance solution, lets you now check your metrics, including holistic content KPIs, on a detailed page-level and who’s […]

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Why New Bloggers Should Participate In Google+

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

Pat Marcello

You know that I’ve been saying that Google+ is important for search for quite a while now, right? Well, guess what? It’s important for emerging bloggers, too. Here’s a guest article from my friend Chad Goulde of TheBlogBuilders.com with some great insights into what will help you build your blog fast: Reasons Beginning Bloggers Need To […]

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Google News-Wave Update: Media Websites Surfing the Winner Tide

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Within a few weeks, Google has tweaked its core algorithm and rolled out an update for the second time without officially anouncing it. According to our quick analysis, this update seems to be primarily concerned with trending keywords as well as temporary search intentions related to informational (shorthead) keywords. First-glance-winners are first and foremost media […]

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Correlation vs. causality and the Ranking Factors infographic

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

This year we introduced a brave new type of infographic in our annual Ranking Factors Study. We are really pleased about all the positive feedback we received for the deck of cards design. Nevertheless, many friends of Searchmetrics have expressed difficulty in correctly interpreting it. Hence this post. Let us briefly delve into the curious, […]

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How to INCREASE Your Domain Authority (DA) Before the Next Update!

by Tommy McDonald @ SEO News & Views – SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

How to Increase Your Domain Authority (DA) Before the Next Update Want to Increase Your Domain Authority? Before we dive into this let me be clear on one thing: I think all third party metrics are trusted far too much, especially Moz’s Domain Authority (DA). It has nothing to do with Google’s algorithm and it

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Google Organic Update: Fred?

by Steve Haar @

They are calling it Fred. That’s the name being given to the Google update that hit on March 8th. It is getting a lot of attention in the SEO worlds, as you can imagine. No one really knows what the change is, but the speculation is that it relates to inbound linking. Every time Google […]

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Backup & Restore WordPress, Writing Content & living in Conwy

by Andy Williams @ ezSEO Newsletter

Do you know how to backup and restore Wordpress? Let me teach you.

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SEO Tips for News - CNN Newsource

SEO Tips for News - CNN Newsource


CNN Newsource

Search engine optimization isn’t just for promoting goods and services anymore. Research shows that roughly half of Americans say they get their news from search engines. Good SEO strategies can help push your content...

How to Use Organic SEO to Rank in Google’s Local 3-Pack

by Rio SEO @ Rio SEO

by Cynthia Sener, VP of Operations and Product at Rio SEO Recently, my colleague Chad Klingensmith and I had the opportunity to participate in the Local Search Association’s information and takeaway-packed webinar, How to Use Organic SEO to Rank in Google’s Local 3-Pack. Joined by co-host Joy Hawkins, the incredibly sharp and talented founder of […]

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NEW: Mobile SEO Visibility – Prepare yourself for the huge Google Mobile Update on April 21st

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

How my website performs in mobile searches on smartphones is increasingly different to my desktop performance. Particularly now that Google has announced it will release an update on April 21st, which will have a significant impact on websites that are NOT mobile friendly. According to Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Zineb Ait Bahajji the coming Mobile […]

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Battle of the Ad Bulge: How Google Is Slimming Down Search Results

by Holly Miller @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

To the average person, Google’s search engine results page (SERP) looks no different today than it did a month ago. But for SEO experts, the SERP change is like noticing Google lost weight: all of a sudden, the results page really trimmed down. Google recently (in its usual quiet way) removed the right-rail ads running […]

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Mobile analysis: Optimization of the top 100 SEO visibility domains

by Carolin Mallmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Are the top domains ready for the Google mobile update? We have taken a look at the 100 domains with the highest SEO visibility and analyzed them for mobile friendliness with the help of the Google ‘mobile-friendly’ test. Google has recently announced that the optimization for mobile devices will be evaluated as a ranking signal […]

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Why the Trump White House Is Having Trouble Performing

by Kirby Burke Jr. @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

President Trump’s first 100 days in office is an important benchmark. The American electorate wants to see what any president has (or hasn’t) done, and whether that person has held true to the promises made on the campaign trail. In this spirit, I’m revisiting a look at the WhiteHouse.gov site’s performance to see how it […]

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3 strategies for building SEO friendly links

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Search engine optimisation is a varied discipline that comes down to two factors, on-page and off-page. On-page SEO ranking factors refer to any undertaking that optimises an actual web page to make it attractive to search engines. This includes the...

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Search Engine Optimization - Dallas, Texas

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We get your site organic Google search rankings that last. Our Dallas SEO experts have in-depth knowledge of how popular search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing evaluate, interpret and rank websites in response to a search keyword. Our SEO team will create a strategy that is specific to your requirements and ensure that

Google Search Console: What the latest updates mean for marketers

by Clark Boyd @ SEO – Search Engine Watch

Google Search Console has benefited from some significant upgrades over the past decade. That said, it is still far from perfect and few would argue that it provides a complete package in its current guise. Therefore, Google's recent announcement of some changes to the platform was very warmly received by the SEO community.

SEO News: A quiet start to a vigorous year

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Wishing you a good beginning to the New Year. It looks as if it will be a year full of changes. If Google continues at the same pace as the past few months, then a whole lot awaits us. I’m convinced that social media signals will become even more important ‒ our analyses over the […]

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Coming soon: the brand new Ranking Monitor with exciting new features

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

The new version of the popular Ranking Monitor in our web-based Internet marketing tool SEOprofiler is goint to be released soon. The new Ranking Monitor will have new exciting features that will make it even eaSier for you to work with your Google rankings. Unfortunately, the new features will come with a new pricing model.

Google Doesn’t Want You to Read This

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

For many businesses, the process of divvying up paid and organic search marketing dollars often relies more on gut feeling than science. Since paid appears to offer an easier path to understanding whether you’re getting bang for the buck (you paid this for click, and saw this resulting rise in sales over this period in […]

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: An Industry Analysis of HTTPS Security

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Our analysis of the prevalence of HTTPS across different industries in US search results reveals a number of interesting findings: Whilst 46 percent of finance websites communicate with web browsers over HTTPS, only 23% of travel pages and only 12% of publishers use encrypted data transfer. In our latest installment of Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO, we’ll […]

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Google Ignores Geo Meta Tags in Regular Search Results

by Jennifer Slegg @ The SEM Post

Geo meta tags are a meta tag that many SEOs are unfamiliar with, unless they work in local SEO or with sites with a multiple geolocations.  But does Google use those meta tags, especially in leui of better signals, such as hreflag? The meta tags in question, are the geo location meta tags: <meta name=”geo.position” […]

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Postcards from China: What the Baidu SERPs Look Like

by Marcus Pentzek @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In my last blog post, I looked at the top players in the Baidu SERPs. Today, I would like to take a closer look at the search results page itself. In what ways is it similar to the Google search results page we know and love? There are some obvious similarities. Just like on Google, […]

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3 Things Content Marketers & SEOs Should Be Doing in 2017

by Aaron Mackel @ B² Interactive

In this post, we'll cover some of the content and SEO strategies we recommend for 2017 because we feel they'll provide the best results not only this year, but going forward as well.

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New in SEOprofiler: how does your website look on different devices?

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

If you do not know how your website looks on different devices, some customers might get an ugly website. That's not good for your business. For that reason, you should check your website to make sure that your website visitors get the correct design. Fortunately, there's an easy way to test your website without buying multiple devices.

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Your guide to effective keyword research

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

Before you can launch a successful keyword-based search engine optimisation campaign, you need to come up with a set of keywords that web users are likely to search for and which have a high level of relevance to your business....

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App indexing can increase traffic, conversions, and app installations

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

App indexing can increase traffic, conversions and app installations—so why isn’t everyone doing it? Way back in 2013, Google announced app indexing: “Wouldn’t it be cool if you could give your users the choice of viewing your content either on the website or via your app, both straight from Google’s search results…Just like it crawls […]

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This Week In Search & SEO: July 28, 2017

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

It’s been another busy week in search and SEO.  I’m going to take a slightly different angle in how I structure things and rather than simply list things in the order they occurred or were covered I’m going to divide up the stories based on what they’re about.  We’re going to generally have 4 different […]

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We’re hiring: Technical SEO Analyst position

by Pure Visibility @ Pure Visibility

Pure Visibility is looking for an experienced Technical Search Engine Optimization Analyst to join our growing company. Our team members are committed to providing great, responsive service to clients and coworkers alike. In our open, collaborative work environment, we help and learn from each other proactively—in a world of dynamic digital marketing, knowledge can’t flow quickly enough through cubicle walls.

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Developing a website for outsiders

by lsgcreative @ LSG Creative SEO Ltd

If you decided to build a new home, you would build it based on what you like, need and how you want it to function. You would hope others would like it, but that wouldn’t be a priority. A business...

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Common SEO Mistakes

by Bret Rosendahl @ Radd Interactive

SEO is a powerful tool that is easy to implement, but difficult to master. A well-executed SEO strategy can significantly increase search traffic; however, a...

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Visibility Guard (beta): preemptive loss prevention via automatic monitoring

by Jan Grundmann @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

With the brand new Visibility Guard, Searchmetrics has developed an innovative solution for monitoring the on-page performance of your web projects. By regularly crawling your most important pages, Visibility Guard automatically shields you against any losses in traffic and conversions; critical on-page areas are detected and an automatic alert system means you can react before […]

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SEO News: Old players, Facebook and numbers you can hardly believe

by Matthias Bachor @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Hello again and welcome to the Searchmetrics weekly round up. It was a fairly calm week last week, a lot of my colleagues being at the SEO Day in cologne. Me? Slave to the office. So lets start in with what was of interest from the week past.   Is Yahoo coming back? Marissa Mayer […]

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The Week In Search & SEO: August 18, 2017

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

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How SEO and SEM will help your business

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Businesses of all sizes can benefit a lot from SEO (search engine optimization) and SEM (search engine marketing, also called paid search marketing). You're leaving a lot of money on the table if you do not use SEO and SEM to promote your business. This article explains how to use SEO and SEM to get more paying customers.

Choices in How to SEO a Multilingual Site

by GrowMap @ SEO Chat

While growing businesses by expanding to additional countries or languages is a great way to increase your income, it is more complicated than you may realize – especially when it comes to SEO. This site for a southern California criminal defense attorney has content written in English using Google Translate to create pages translated into […]

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What is Google PageRank?

by Dan Shouse @ Free SEO Resource

Written by Jeremy AlbeldaArguably one of the world’s largest and highly regarded corporations, Google is the most popular search engine on the Internet and extensively gathers information from all who use it. From this data, PageRank can be used to determine how popular a webpage is. PageRank is a link analysis algorithm that assigns a […]

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08/01/2017

by Palo Alto SEO Blog @ Made in Palo Alto Weekly SEO Blog

Goodbye Google Instant Search 45 Local SEO Pitfalls & How to Avoid Them 5 Tactics to Earn Links Without Having to Directly Ask Google Updates and SERP Changes – July 2017 Google: Country-Region Code Letter Case Not Important How to optimize for user intent in search Always outstanding weekly review by Barry. Google’s big, new tech […]

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5 Crucial Elements for Selling Success

by Irina Weber @ SEO Chat

Sale promotion is a good way to make customers take a crucial action. If you decide to invest into a sale promotion without completely understanding key elements, you can risk losing a lot of potential clients. Sale promotion helps online businesses to break the ice with the main goal to boost short-term and long-term sales […]

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The State of SEO in 2014

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

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I haven’t written here in some time. Used to be that I could quit working at my job at 5 p.m. and then, write a blog post about something SEO or marketing. But when you no longer have a j-o-b (which is great, thank you very much), you really don’t have set hours. I like […]

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5 Tips to Boost Your Holiday Online Visibility in 2017

by Richard Chavez @ seoClarity

Fact: to many businesses, the holiday season represents the biggest selling time of the year. And for retailers, it can […]

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New in SEOprofiler: the Uptime Monitor

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

We have just added a new tool to SEOprofiler. The new Uptime Monitor in SEOprofiler makes it easy to monitor your websites and servers. It is better than other uptime monitors (see below to learn why) and it is a free addition for SEOprofiler users with a paid plan.

Technical SEO and Artificial Intelligence

by teaminnovision @ Radd Interactive

Leveraging Technical SEO, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence SEO is continuously changing. The one constant we can count on is how important it is to...

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2017: The Year of Mobile SEO

by Bret Rosendahl @ Radd Interactive

As 2017 begins, the team at Radd Interactive is preparing for the future of SEO. High-quality content and strong natural links will continue to be...

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5 SEO Benefits You Can Gain from Responsive Web Design

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

The world we live in today has already moved from desktop as the main search tool to mobile search. Consumers are now addicted to their tablets, iPads and mobile phones. As such, responsive web design has ceased to be innovative and turned into a requirement. Web has changed drastically over the last year. The top […]

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Inside the Making of Searchmetrics Visibility Guard

by Helen Shaughnessy @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

  Here at Searchmetrics, we spend a lot of time listening to customers – gathering feedback to improve features of the service. We’re big fans of agile development, using our beta program to test and drive customer-requested improvements into our software before rolling out to a broader set of customers. Thanks to the support of […]

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Simple Tricks to Optimize Your Local SEO for Voice Search

by Wil @ Internet Marketing Team

I used to be someone who dutifully entered everything into Google’s search box when I needed information. However, I’m using my smartphone more and more to execute voice searches. It turns out I’m not alone. According to Comsource, 50% of all searches will be by voice by the year 2020. More voice searches means that more […]

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Slow News Days

by admin @ Real News Public Relations

Have you seen a story on the news and thought, “Why are they covering this? This is not news!” If you have, odds are it was on a slow news day. As they say, “The show must go on,” and breaking news or not, the news will still air. Slow news days are when stories that might [...]

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How to SEO Your Infographics for the Best Results!

by Tommy McDonald @ SerpLogic.com – #RealTalk Marketing

How to SEO Your Infographics for the Best Results! I’m a huge supporter of infographics. My agency’s infographic design and outreach service is one of our most popular services for one very simple reason – high quality infographics that are well researched and provide value are the easiest way to secure links from the top

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Marketing Day: SEO content audits, YouTube ad tips & The Media Trust’s ‘first vendor network’

by Amy Gesenhues @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land

Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

Postcards from China: Search Results in China – Baidu’s Big Players

by Marcus Pentzek @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Every country has its own national food – and every country has its own national SERPs, right? Well yes and no. Google is the leading search engine in many countries and Google’s search results show a lot of similarities in all countries. But not in China, where Google is largely absent and Baidu dominates with […]

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Digital Success Going Places: Featured in Top Marketing Agencies Lists by Upcity and TopSEOs

by Camille Dawson @ Digital Success Blog

Digital Success is a multi-disciplinary Digital Marketing Agency in Dallas, Texas helping small and mid-sized business owners to maximize their Return of Investment (ROI) from their digital marketing efforts. It has been due to an incessant focus on innovation and ability to think beyond the usual that are mainly attributed to Digital Success making it […]

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Finance Ranking Factors: How Bankrate Uses Relevant Content To Perform on Google

by Stephen Bench-Capon @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The latest Searchmetrics ranking factors study shows how relevant content is vital for finance industry websites looking to perform on Google search. Finance is the subject of a Searchmetrics series of ranking factor studies that focus on a specific industry. Amongst the findings, the analysis shows that relevant, structured content is even more vital for […]

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The 10 most common WordPress SEO challenges and how to solve them

by Lucy Barret @ SEO – Search Engine Watch

If you're new to the business of SEO and are just figuring out how to optimize your WordPress site for search, navigating the landscape of SEO can seem like a nightmare. Here are 10 challenges to watch out for, and how you can solve them.

5 SEO Benefits You Can Gain from Responsive Web Design

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

The world we live in today has already moved from desktop as the main search tool to mobile search. Consumers are now addicted to their tablets, iPads and mobile phones. As such, responsive web design has ceased to be innovative and turned into a requirement. Web has changed drastically over the last year. The top […]

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Google Mobile Update/ Mobilegeddon: Winners and Losers US

by Marcus Tober @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Mobilegeddon is here. We have fresh data in the software and now there are some significant changes visible in the data. Although Google communicated that the rollout would probably last a week or more, we can see some winners and losers already. These first results may be (yet) considered as preliminary when it comes to some examples, but […]

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What duplicate content is and how it ruins your rankings

by Guy Sheetrit @ Over The Top SEO

Duplicate Content Affect Rankings! Duplicate content is the same or partly the same content on a few URLs. Such pages can lead to wasting crawl budget, and significant rankings drop as a result. You might think that it’s definitely not about your site but don’t jump to conclusions. It this article, I’ll tell you where […]

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In-House SEO Expert vs. Outsourcing: Which One Is Better?

by Sand Crest SEO @ Sand Crest SEO

Running an online business today not only comes with an array of opportunities but also many challenges. With over 3.6 billion people using the internet today according to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU),the internet marketplace is where business is happening today. However, you have to contend with increased competition at a global level. One of […]

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The Week In Search & SEO: September 1, 2017

by Dave Davies @ SEO Services & Internet Marketing | Beanstalk

Top stories in SEO and search for the week ending September 1, 2017 includes major knowledge panel changes, video on Google maps & more.

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Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO: Planes, Trains and Search Optimization

by Sebastien Edgar @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The summer is in full swing, Searchmetrics is releasing its new Travel Industry Ranking Factors report, and planes, trains and automobiles are on many consumers’ minds. So it seems that now would be as good a time as any to take a crack at Unwrapping the Secrets of SEO for travel aggregator websites such as TripAdvisor, Yelp […]

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Not provided – The search for transparency and data

by Marcus Tober @ SEO News – Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google’s information on traffic and conversions on organic keywords is increasingly “Not provided”. This is not new. The search engine giant started withholding information on organic referrers from its web-analytics tools, like Google Analytics, for reasons of “user privacy” some time ago. This means, the keywords the search user uses to get to your site […]

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It’s More Important to Use Responsive Themes Than Ever

by Pat Marcello @ The SEO News Blog with Pat Marcello

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Yes, yes… I know… It’s been like, forever, and I’m sorry for that. I had a big issue 5 years ago .  I had a great job, but it went bye-bye in 2011. I had to start my own company, and it was really hard for the first two years. Then, I got busy, and […]

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“Mobilegeddon 2” Gets Hype, but Mobile Friendliness is Here to Stay

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

In the weeks leading up to May and what was supposed to be the second wave of mobile-friendly algorithm updates – essentially a boost in rankings for mobile optimized sites – we at Searchmetrics wonder if in fact “Mobilegeddon 2” is really kicking up any dust at all. Let’s get a few things straight: Google […]

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Searchmetrics Ranking Factors: Rebooting for Relevance

by Holly Miller @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

The end of the year is a time for reflection, planning and preparation for the coming new year. But it also gives us a chance to become more mindful of our approach and seize the opportunity to do things differently.  That’s why we’re rebooting our annual Searchmetrics Ranking Factors whitepaper, available for download beginning December […]

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What’s New in Local SEO for 2017

by Chad Klingensmith @ Rio SEO

As Google’s Juan Felipe Rincon emphasized again for us at Rio SEO’s third-annual Local Search Summit 2017, updates to the search giant’s constantly evolving algorithms are typically designed with one core mission in mind: to improve the experience of search for users and offer the best answers. It makes sense then that traditional SEO signals are […]

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What’s the Right Amount of SEO?

by george @ Internet Marketing Team

It is the amount of SEO required to grow your business’ internet presence so that an increasing number of visitors come to your website and purchase more products on a continual basis. There are several facets to this ongoing SEO work. Let’s look at a few here: A New Review of Your Business Can Appear […]

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New Horizons: Online Experts Weigh in On Google Home and Voice Search

by Daniel Furch @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Google Home, the voice-powered smart speaker that lets users ask the Google Assistant questions, has been on the US market since November 2016. With the device now becoming available internationally, we took the opportunity to ask a number of experts about their experience with Google Home so far, and what it could mean for the […]

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Recapping Digital Summit: With Content, It’s the Heart that Matters

by Jordan Koene @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

With last week’s Digital Summit Los Angeles now in the rear-view mirror, it should be clear why the theme, “transforming the future of the digital commerce ecosystem,” only hinted at the sweeping changes digital marketers are facing. New rules are challenging them to get more creative in reaching customers. The April 5th – 6th summit, […]

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5 Ways To Increase Facebook Engagement

by Dan Shouse @ Free SEO Resource

Written by Jeremy AlbeldaIt’s the chestnut that many Facebook page managers have a hard time cracking.  It’s easy to set up the cover image and submit posts, but getting people to like, share, or comment on their content?  The silence is so pervasive on their accounts that you can almost hear the crickets chirping. They […]

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Google to Restrict Access to Autocomplete API – What This Means for Keyword Research Tools

by Tom Wells @ Searchmetrics SEO Blog

Access to the autocomplete API is set to be restricted as of today, 10 August 2015, according to an official post on the Google Webmaster Central Blog. From now on users who wish to continue to have autocomplete functionality on their site are being guided towards Google Custom Search Engine. Meanwhile, for keyword research tools, […]

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Find the links that matter: the Top 5 Link Finder tool

by @ Free Weekly Search Engine Optimization SEO News

Not all links are created equal. Some links have much more influence on the rankings of the linked sites than other links. These links will give your web pages a ranking boost on Google and other search engines. The Top 5 Link Finder tool in SEOprofiler helps you to get these links.

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