SEO New Years Resolutions to Ignore Until Thursday

By: Amanda DiSilvestro

Dec 30 - Every company has some, and most blogs are outlining their New Years resolutions today as a way to cap off the crazy 2013. So, before you head out and start your countdown to what will hopefully be a bigger and better year for you, take a look at som...

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    So Conferences Aren’t Your Thing? Gear Up for the 2014 SEO Workshops and Training

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    Dec 27 - Whenever your holiday getaways finish up and it’s back to your usual routine, it’s important to take an hour or so out of your day to research the different SEO training courses and workshops being offered in 2014. Although the New Year has barel...

  • By: Amanda DiSilvestro

    ASK THE EXPERTS: What SEO Subjects Will be Surprisingly Important in 2014, and How Will You Use Them to Your Advantage?


    Dec 26 -Every few months we like to get a feel for what others in the SEO and online marketing industry and feeling about certain topics. We talked with 10 experts and asked them the following questions: What is one SEO topic that you think will be more...

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    A Look Back at the Biggest SEO Changes of 2013 (With a Holiday Twist)


    Dec 23 - Last year was one of the more active years for Google and all of their changes. There was something new coming from Google at every turn, and as always, some changes were well received, some weren’t, and in the end we all had to deal with it. Consi...

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    Anglo Rank Link Network Taken Down By Google: What It Is and What This Means


    Dec 19 - The latest news in the SEO world centers around Anglo Rank, a private link network that sells links to small business owners who hope it will improve their ranking on Google. Of course as good SEOs and Webmasters know, this is a huge no-no in the eye...

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    Google Tests Ads on Knowledge Graph and Other Changes this Year


    Dec 18 - Google’s knowledge graph was introduced in May of 2012 as a way to piece together tidbits of information on various topics so that users didn’t have to visit other sites and do it themselves. For example, if you were searching for a movie, you ma...

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    Turn Google+ Posts Into Ads With Google’s New +Post Ads


    Dec 17 - Google+ is at it again, this time with something extra intriguing. It has become clear that advertisers want to use images, video, interactive ads, etc. as a way to keep ads interesting and earn those all-important clicks. Google took this idea and d...

  • By: Amanda DiSilvestro

    Small, Notable Updates Seen Across the SEO Industry Over the Past Week


    Dec 16 - The SEO industry was busy last week coming up with updates and upgrades, most likely to get ready for the New Year. Most of these updates were small and are pretty easy to understand, but for those very reasons they were also easy to miss. Consider s...

  • By: Amanda DiSilvestro

    Creativity is the Future of SEO


    Dec 12 - While the idea that SEO is a science isn’t going anywhere—we still need data and metrics, we still need research and analysis, etc.—the idea that SEO is an art was brought to an entirely new level in 2013. Based on many of the changes we saw th...

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    The Responsive Web Design Confusion: Does It Really Affect Your SEO?


    Dec 11 - For those who are unfamiliar, responsive web design is a strategy that helps your webpages resize based on the size of the screen—desktop screen, tablet, smartphone, etc. Responsive web design will also help bring the least important information to...