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Latest From SEO Moz

  • Should SEOs & Content Marketers Play to the Social Networks' "Stay-On-Our-Site" Algorithms? - Whiteboard Friday January 19, 2018
    Posted by randfishIncreasingly, social networks are tweaking their algorithms to favor content that remains on their site, rather than send users to an outside source. This spells trouble for those trying to drive traffic and visitors to external pages, but what's an SEO or content marketer to do? Do you swim with the current, putting all your efforts t […]
  • Free Local SEO Tools That Belong in Your Kit January 18, 2018
    Posted by MiriamEllisWhat a lot can change in just a few years! When I wrote the original version of this post in January 2014, the local SEO industry didn’t have quite the wealth of paid tools that now exists, and many of the freebies on my previous list have been sunsetted. Definitely time for a complete refresh of the most useful free tools, widgets, and […]
  • What to Do When a New Potential SEO Client Contacts You January 16, 2018
    Posted by dohertyjfEditor's note: We originally published a different article by mistake due to an oversight and a valuable lesson in the dangers of copy-paste; you can see it live here. We truly apologize for the error. If you’re an agency owner or solo consultant, you’re probably constantly thinking about getting new clients. And we’re inundated in th […]
  • Why Google AdWords' Keyword Volume Numbers Are Wildly Unreliable - Whiteboard Friday January 12, 2018
    Posted by randfishMany of us rely on the search volume numbers Google AdWords provides, but those numbers ought to be consumed with a hearty helping of skepticism. Broad and unusable volume ranges, misalignment with other Google tools, and conflating similar yet intrinsically distinct keywords — these are just a few of the serious issues that make relying on […]
  • 9 Predictions for SEO in 2018 January 11, 2018
    Posted by randfishFor the last decade, I've made predictions about how the year in SEO and web marketing would go. So far, my track record is pretty decent — the correct guesses outweigh the wrong ones. But today's the day of reckoning, to grade my performance from 2017 and, if the tally is high enough, share my list for the year ahead. In keeping […]

Latest From SEO Book

  • Left is Right & Up is Down November 16, 2017
    Probably the single best video to watch to understand the power of Google & Facebook (or even most of the major problems across society) is this following video about pleasure versus happiness. In constantly seeking pleasure we forego happiness. The "feed" based central aggregation networks are just like slot machines in your pocket: variable r […]
    Aaron Wall
  • Grist for the Machine October 9, 2017
    Grist Much like publishers, employees at the big tech monopolies can end up little more than grist. Products & product categories come & go, but even if you build "the one" you still may lose everything in the process. Imagine building the most successful consumer product of all time only to realize:'The iPhone is the reason I'm d […]
    Aaron Wall
  • Virtual Real Estate October 9, 2017
    Wrastlin With The News The current presidential cabinet includes a WWE co-founder & this passes for modern political discourse: #FraudNewsCNN #FNN— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 2, 2017 CNN promised vengeance. Something To Believe In The pretense of objectivity has been dropped: These reporters aren't ideologues. […]
    Aaron Wall
  • Rank Checker Update April 26, 2017
    Recently rank checker started hanging on some search queries & the button on the SEO Toolbar which launched rank checker stopped working. Both of these issues should now be fixed if you update your Firefox extensions. If ever the toolbar button doesn't work one can enable the Menu bar in Firefox, then go under the tools menu to the rank checker sect […]
    Aaron Wall
  • DMOZ Shut Down March 21, 2017
    Last August I wrote a blog post about how attention merchants were sucking the value out of online publishing. In it I noted how the Yahoo! Directory disappeared & how even DMOZ saw a sharp drop in traffic & rankings over the past few years. The concept of a neutral web is dead. In its place is agenda-driven media. Politically charged misinformed sni […]
    Aaron Wall

Latest From Pro Blogger

  • 9 Key Ingredients for Creating the Perfect Sales Page January 16, 2018
    If you’ve created one of these 7 types of products to sell on your blog, or you’re going to start offering a service to your readers, then you need a sales page. The sales page is (not surprisingly) a page on your blog that’s all about your product or service. ...more The post 9 Key Ingredients for Creating the Perfect Sales Page appeared first on ProBlogger […]
    Darren Rowse
  • Seven Types of Product You Could Sell From Your Blog January 15, 2018
    It took me nearly seven years of blogging to create my first products: two ebooks, one for ProBlogger and one for Digital Photography School. They made me more than $160,000 in 2009 alone and changed my business. Back in 2014, I wrote about the experience, and how it nearly never ...more The post Seven Types of Product You Could Sell From Your Blog appeared […]
    Darren Rowse
  • The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Blog January 11, 2018
    Is starting a new blog on your goals list for 2018? If so – you’ll want to check out our brand new (and completely free) course – the Ultimate Guide to Starting a Blog. Every year in January we notice a big spike people looking for information on how to ...more The post The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.       
    Darren Rowse
  • 232: Collaborative Blogging – How One Blogger Started a Blog with Over 200 Collaborators January 9, 2018
    Collaborative Blogging – One Blogger Shares How She Started a Blog with over 200 Collaborators Today’s episode is the last in our series where I handed the podcast over to you, the listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. It was all part of ...more The post 232: Collaborative Blogging – How One Blogger Started a Blog with […]
    Darren Rowse
  • 231: From Imposter Syndrome to Tech Influencer – One Tech Podcaster Shares His Story January 8, 2018
    From Imposter Syndrome to Tech Influencer – A Tech Podcaster Tells His Story Today’s episode continues our series where I hand the podcast over to you, the listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. Today’s blogger is Neil Hughes from Technology Blog Writer. Neil ...more The post 231: From Imposter Syndrome to Tech Influence […]
    Darren Rowse

Latest From John Chow

  • Avoid These 10 Mistakes as an Expert Author – Part 2 January 20, 2018
    Welcome to Part 2 of my awesome series and we’ll be discussing some more common mistakes made by Expert Authors when trying to build their brand and credibility. I see many authors making these mistakes, which costs them enormously going forward. You have to remember, as a bloggers, it’s very important to build your reputation and if you fail to […]
    Rizvan Ullah
  • What It Really Takes To Make Money Online January 20, 2018
    On this episode of the Dot Com Lifestyle Vlog, I show you how to increase your affiliate commissions with cobranded sales and landing pages. I also show you what it really takes to make money online and live the Dot Com Lifestyle. Watch the video to see if you have what it takes. How To Live The Ultimate Dot Com […]
    John Chow
  • Jack of All Trades, Master of None January 19, 2018
    A very common phrase that has been tossed around for as long as I can remember is “jack of all trades, master of none.” Everyone has heard of it and most people assume that it contains a fundamental truth about what it takes to be successful. Taken at face value, this old adage presumably asserts that it is not in […]
    Michael Kwan
  • An Exclusive Look Inside The 21 Step System January 19, 2018
    On this episode of the Dot Com lifestyle, I give you an exclusive look inside my Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle 21 Step System. This is a step by step system that I created with MOBE to help you make your first $1,250, $3,300, $5,500, and even $10,000 online. In addition to the steps, you’ll also be given a one-on-one coach […]
    John Chow
  • Avoid These 10 Mistakes as an Expert Author – Part 1 January 18, 2018
    For you to attract visitors and for them to engage with your content, you have to be an expert author. This means you know what your audience is looking for, writing in-depth high quality content that resonates with your audience. However, I am caught off guard when I see the amount of people making common mistakes when trying to write […]
    Rizvan Ullah

Latest From Search Engine Land

  • SearchCap: Google AdWords app, SEO success & managing redesigns January 19, 2018
    Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google AdWords app, SEO success & managing redesigns appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Barry Schwartz
  • Wanted: Session ideas for SMX Advanced January 19, 2018
    We want your input to help us plan our upcoming SMX Advanced conference, taking place June 12-13, 2018. Specifically, we’d love to hear from you if you have a great idea for a session that you think should be on the agenda. And if you’re interested in speaking at the show, the absolute... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Chris Sherman
  • The unique selling proposition: A key element for SEO success January 19, 2018
    Columnist Fili Wiese explains what a unique selling proposition (USP) is and why every indexable page on your site needs one. The post The unique selling proposition: A key element for SEO success appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Fili Wiese
  • Website redesigns: How to retain and improve your SEO January 19, 2018
    Columnist Marcus Miller explains how to make the most of your website redesign so that you not only preserve your SEO efforts but embrace the new opportunities that come with relaunching a site. The post Website redesigns: How to retain and improve your SEO appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Marcus Miller
  • Search in Pics: A pig visits Google, big teddy bear & a broken Google sign January 19, 2018
    In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. A pig visits the GooglePlex: Source: Instagram Google has massive stuffed... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Barry Schwartz

Latest From Shoe Money

  • Power up Your Lead Generation with Linkedin January 15, 2018
    Still using Linkedin as just a resume? You're missing some serious opportunities to generate leads. Here's how to get started with Linkedin lead generation.
    Ben Mattice
  • Massive Affiliate ADdays – Eastern Europe conference. January 15, 2018
    The 2017 year was really saturated and very eventful. As you know, I have participated as an attendee and as a speaker in many events of the past year. Now, in new 2018, we should look forward to the adventures of this year and I guess it is a good time to tell you about one very interesting digital conference. So, let me cover one of the first major affilia […]
    Jeremy Schoemaker
  • The Marketing Secrets Behind The Walking Dead January 8, 2018
    The Walking Dead is a smash hit on AMC, thanks to some killer marketing strategies. Let's take a bite into the show's best marketing campaigns.
    Ben Mattice
  • Rise of the Chatbots (and the Brands Who Love Them) January 5, 2018
    Our history with machines has always been one of brute force. We drive our cars by forcing air and gasoline into a tiny chamber that then ignites and runs an engine that in turn torques a shaft. We program computers, thus bending them to our will. But what if instead of forcing our will on machines, we eventually begin to work alongside them? Will they be wi […]
    Ben Mattice
  • What Does Machine Learning Have to Do with SEO? January 3, 2018
    Machine learning is disrupting industry after industry. But what does this mean for SEO? Here are the latest predictions and what you can do to prepare.
    Ben Mattice

Latest From Search Engine Watch

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Latest From Quick Sprout

  • How to Scale Your Lead Generation Through Blogging January 19, 2018
    I’m a big proponent of blogging. It doesn’t matter what business you have or what industry you’re in, blogging can be used as a lead generation tool. How many times do the same people visit your website? Unless you have an ecommerce store, there’s no reason for a prospective customer to visit your website more  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Write an Actionable Email Newsletter January 17, 2018
    Every business needs an email marketing strategy. You constantly need to try to grow your subscriber list so you can engage more and more customers. But what kind of content should you be sending to the people on your email list? Currently, you may be focusing on coupons and other promotions. That’s great. But you can  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Boost Revenue by Optimizing the Customer Experience January 15, 2018
    The customer is always right. I’m sure you’ve heard this before as the golden rule of business. But what this rule doesn’t encompass is the customer experience. The saying should be: always put the customer first. You may have certain operations and practices in place to make things easy and cost-effective for your company, but  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Write Blog Post Introductions That Make the Rest of Your Post Irresistible January 12, 2018
    How many people are actually reading your blog posts? It is reported 43% of readers say they skim through posts. If you want people to consume the content you’re writing, get them hooked during the introduction. Take a second to think about the goal of each article you publish. Are you just trying to get page  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Promote Your Event Online Like a Pro January 10, 2018
    Hosting an event is a great way for businesses to gain exposure. This holds true whether it’s a holiday or a special occasion for your customers, the community, or your industry. You may want to promote an event even if you’re not hosting it. For example, maybe your company will have a booth set up  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel

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