"SEO" Posts

How To Successfully Approach SEO in 2014

SEO in 2014

To say that 2013 was an eventful year on the SEO front would be a massive understatement. With a barrage of updates, Google took their battle against SEO pros to another level. Yet again we found that Google’s ‘rules’ were being turned on their head. What was previously advice given directly from the horse’s mouth […]

4 Ways to Step Up Your Digital Marketing in 2014

It’s the the final stretch of 2013, and you might be already be thinking about New Year’s resolutions. And if you’re a marketer or an entrepreneur, you’re certainly thinking about how you’re going to do business in 2014 — new markets you’re going to crack in to, new campaigns you’re going to launch, new partnerships […]

Is Reputation Management the New SEO?

Reputation management has been all of the talk lately. While at Affiliate Summit, Pubcon and AdTech I’ve noticed that more advertisers and exhibit booths are adding “Reputation Management” to their arsenal of services. While it’s always good to throw in some new services, it’s tough to know if half of these companies really know what […]

SEO is Good, SEO + PPC is Better

It is undeniably true that having strong SEO is a good thing. Having a powerful search engine presence helps keep you visible. It also gives your business the marketing advantage to magically appear before your customers’ eyes when they are searching for you, or your product, online. Sounds like the perfect way to market your […]

Comments Off on Capturing Your Visitors’ Attention in 10 Seconds

Capturing Your Visitors’ Attention in 10 Seconds

According to the Nielsen Norman Group, the average website user stays on a page less than ten seconds before losing interest and heading off to look at the latest cat image or 6 second video.  Worse, they might head off to check out your competitor.   Therefore capturing your visitors’ attention in 10 seconds of […]

Guest Blogging – A Boon to The SEO Fraternity

When it comes to Guest Blogging, many people believe they know everything about the strategy. However, there are certain things overlooked by most bloggers while trying to get back links through guest blogging. With the upcoming Penguin 2.0 updates, there is a need to strategize some fool proof techniques for the long run. Is Guest […]

Comments Off on Google Analytics Real-Time Widgets Just Released

Google Analytics Real-Time Widgets Just Released

Google recently announced another new feature: Google Analytics real-time widgets. These four new widgets are now available in the analytics dashboard. This new feature has the potential to help site owners and internet marketers increase efficiency and easily monitor real-time traffic. The new Google Analytics real-time widgets can be inserted into both new and existing […]

The Five Biggest Mistakes of Onsite SEO

Contributors to SEO

For any SEO program, the first order of business is to make sure your website is communicating clearly with Google. In order to properly index and rank your onsite content, Google must be able to find it, understand it, and determine its importance relative to other content on your site. If your site isn’t optimized […]

Comments Off on Google Toys With Ad Placements Before the Holidays

Google Toys With Ad Placements Before the Holidays

Leave it to Google to make big sweeping changes just prior to the major holiday shopping season. Not only did they announce 10 algorithm changes, which includes an update that will affect one-third of their queries by adding real-time search, but they also made a major design change to how they will present paid search listings. […]

3 Things Google Tells Your Customers—Whether You Like It or Not

Contributors to SEO

Some of the most important SEO practices are also some of the most obvious. It’s easy to think of things like backlinks, title tags, and crawl errors. But what about when you do a search on Google, for example, and the search engine results page (SERP) has a snapshot of pages from your site? The […]