Category: SEO

2014 is going to be a Challenging Year for Businesses Using SEO

Posted by Adam Rowles - December 3, 2013 - SEO

Thanks to Google’s recent Hummingbird update, it looks like 2014 is going to be another curious year for SEO and online marketing. There will be some major challenges that businesses will have to face in order to increase their visibility online. Here are several examples of what businesses and SEO firms are going to have […]

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The 101 on Infographic Links: Are They Worth Your Time?

Posted by Razvan - September 10, 2013 - SEO

Whenever it comes to monitoring links, it’s important to consider all different platforms and mediums available. Traditional content has always been and will continue to be one of the main ways to earn links back to your company website, but an infographic is not something to count out. As infographics become more popular, you now […]

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Are Article Submissions for SEO a Thing of the Past?

Posted by Bean Stalk - June 11, 2013 - SEO

Google’s two most famous ever algorithm updates of recent times (which funnily enough are named after black and white animals – Panda and Penguin) have changed the landscape of SEO forever. It’s fair to say that the tactics that worked to help ‘SEO’ your website in the past no longer work to the same effect […]

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17 Google Tools Useful for SEOs and Webmasters

Posted by Andrew Smith - March 14, 2013 - SEO, Tools

Today it’s hard to imagine the Internet space without Google. Thanks to it, users can find almost any information with little effort. The most important thing is to formulate your request properly. In addition to the usual search Google offers its users several services that can be useful for different purposes. Currently more than 70 […]

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8 Other Types of Content You Can’t Go Wrong With

Posted by Pratik Dholakiya - March 4, 2013 - SEO

Content marketing isn’t just about blogs and articles. There are various ways to repurpose your content, reproduce existing content in various other forms, and even publish content specifically geared for various channels and opportunities available. Of course it’s hard work but every minute and bead of sweat shed is well worth it. Here are 8 […]

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Does Google Have A Record On You? How to Protect Yourself!

Posted by Steven Papas - February 27, 2013 - SEO

If you are using any of Google’s products, then Google might have a dossier on you. But the question is who doesn’t? Many people are uncomfortable with the amount of information Google gathers and stores on its users. With the recent privacy rules update, Google now has the right to record users’ actions across all […]

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The Right Way to Create Branded Content

Posted by Devin Kostrzewski - February 19, 2013 - Blogging, SEO, Social Media

Content marketing is growing by leaps and bounds. More and more reputed companies like Red Bull are using branded content to create more awareness about their products, without actually “selling” directly to their target audience. However, creating the right mix of branded content is also important to ensure that the right message is delivered. In this article […]

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Top 10 SEO Myths to Think About in 2013

Posted by Jeff Foster - January 21, 2013 - SEO

Once bitten, twice shy; It’s kind of weird for me to remember this proverb while thinking about Search Engine Optimization. But then again, maybe it’s not that strange. You see, there are times when I begin to think that “Once bitten, twice shy,” should be an SEO factor. Because with all the failings in terms […]

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