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Latest From SEO Moz

  • Evidence of the Surprising State of JavaScript Indexing May 29, 2017
    Posted by willcritchlowBack when I started in this industry, it was standard advice to tell our clients that the search engines couldn’t execute JavaScript (JS), and anything that relied on JS would be effectively invisible and never appear in the index. Over the years, that has changed gradually, from early work-arounds (such as the horrible escaped fragmen […]
    willcritchlow
  • Should SEOs Care About Internal Links? - Whiteboard Friday May 26, 2017
    Posted by randfishInternal links are one of those essential SEO items you have to get right to avoid getting them really wrong. Rand shares 18 tips to help inform your strategy, going into detail about their attributes, internal vs. external links, ideal link structures, and much, much more in this edition of Whiteboard Friday. Click on the whiteboard image […]
    randfish
  • It's Here: The Finalized MozCon 2017 Agenda May 24, 2017
    Posted by ronell-smithThat sound you hear is the coming together of MozCon 2017. [You can hear that, right? It's not just me.] With less than two months to go, most of the nuts and bolts of the event have been fastened together to create what looks to be one of the strongest MozCons in history. Yeah, that's saying a lot, but once you've peruse […]
    ronell-smith
  • Tackling Tag Sprawl: Crawl Budget, Duplicate Content, and User-Generated Content May 24, 2017
    Posted by rjonesx.Alright, so here's the situation. You have a million-product website. Your competitors have a lot of the same products. You need unique content. What do you do? The same thing everyone does — you turn to user-generated content. Problem solved, right? User-generated content (UGC) can be an incredibly valuable source of content and organ […]
    rjonesx.
  • Lessons from 1,000 Voice Searches (on Google Home) May 23, 2017
    Posted by Dr-PeteIt's hardly surprising that Google Home is an extension of Google's search ecosystem. Home is attempting to answer more and more questions, drawing those answers from search results. There's an increasingly clear connection between Featured Snippets in search and voice answers. For example, let's say a hedgehog wanders in […]
    Dr-Pete

Latest From SEO Book

  • 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
  • New gTLDs are Like Used Cars March 8, 2017
    There may be a couple exceptions which prove the rule, but new TLDs are generally an awful investment for everyone except the registry operator. Here is the short version... Imagine registering a domain for $10, building a business on it, and then learning the renewal fee will increase to hundreds of $ a year.— Elliot Silver (@DInvesting) March 7, 2017 And t […]
    Aaron Wall
  • Disappearing Clicks November 25, 2016
    When Compete.com launched with credits-based pricing well over a decade ago I felt like a kid in a candy store using their competitive research tool. Recently Compete.com announced they were shutting down, but many of the link analysis & competitive research tools which leverage scraping have also started licensing clickstream data from sources like Clic […]
    Aaron Wall
  • Google & Facebook Squeezing Out Partners November 7, 2016
    Sections Just Make Great Content... Search Engine Engineering Fear Ignore The Eye Candy, It's Poisoned Below The Fold = Out Of Mind Coercion Which Failed Embrace, Extend, Extinguish Dumb Pipes, Dumb Partnerships "User" Friendly The Numbers Can't Work Mobile Search Index Tracking Users Just Make Great Content... Remember the whole shtick a […]
    Aaron Wall

Latest From Pro Blogger

  • How to Avoid Writing Boring Outlines using the IKEA Method May 25, 2017
    This is a guest contribution from LJ Sedgwick. You’ve read all of the blogging advice. You know writing an outline helps keep your blog post to the point. But try as you might, nothing’s happening. An empty page stares back at you. That blinking cursor is taunting you. You want to ...more The post How to Avoid Writing Boring Outlines using the IKEA Method ap […]
    Guest Blogger
  • Don’t Lose your Funds to Amazon – How to Stay Within The Operating Agreement May 23, 2017
    This is a guest post by Cathy Tibbles of WPBarista Recently a lot of warning bells were sounding around the internet because of some changes to the Amazon Associates program. Looking at Problogger’s experience and the success of several other bloggers using affiliate sales, this post will take you through ...more The post Don’t Lose your Funds to Amazon – Ho […]
    Guest Blogger
  • 194: 5 SEO Tools for Bloggers May 22, 2017
    5 Blogger SEO Tools In today’s episode, I’ve got Jim Stewart from StewArtMedia back on the show to talk about SEO tools to help you to rank your blog higher. I had Jim on the show back in episode 94 to talk about the biggest mistakes bloggers make with SEO ...more The post 194: 5 SEO Tools for Bloggers appeared first on ProBlogger.       
    Podcast Motor
  • 7 Tips for Increasing Social Media Engagement May 18, 2017
    This is a guest contribution from Kristie McCollum. When it comes to creating your social media strategy, it’s always good to keep things fresh and evolving. There are a few things you can do to keep your marketing content engaging even as trends change. Whether you are just starting a blog ...more The post 7 Tips for Increasing Social Media Engagement appea […]
    Guest Blogger
  • How Do You Blog Consistently When You Have Very Little Time? May 16, 2017
    From ProBlogger Expert Ali Luke of Aliventures. Do you ever feel like your blog is yet another responsibility on a very long list? For the vast majority of bloggers, blogging has to fit in around an already full life. Perhaps you’re: Building an online business, which you’re marketing by blogging … ...more The post How Do You Blog Consistently When You Have […]
    Ali Luke

Latest From John Chow

  • Video And Photos From Sunset Del Mar – The New MOBE Resort May 28, 2017
    On this episode of the Dot Com Lifestyle Vlog, I join the first group of attendees to stay at MOBE’s newest resort, the Sunset Del Mar. It took much longer than expected to complete, but the final result is pretty great. Sunset Del Mar will host all future MOBE Masterminds. At least it will until the next MOBE resort in […]
    John Chow
  • How To Ensure Your Content Stays Evergreen May 28, 2017
    For those of you not familiar with the term “Evergreen”, it’s content with NO expiry date. Many bloggers emphasize the importance of evergreen content because it will continue to provide value throughout the years. Personally, your content marketing should be based on this concept simply because of the benefits. For example, if you’re marketing a product thr […]
    Rizvan Ullah
  • IM Freedom Workshops for June 2017 May 27, 2017
    Do you want to learn how to create a full-time income in your spare time and gain freedom from the rat race? Do you want to learn how I make 6 figure monthly income while traveling the world with my family? Then you need to be at the IM Freedom Workshop! The IM Freedom Workshop is lead by my good […]
    John Chow
  • 5 Reasons Why Making Money Online Is Easier Than Ever May 27, 2017
    I owe my career to the Internet. And I really, truly, honestly believe that. John owes his career to the Internet too. Everything came together at the right time about a decade ago when all of the necessary technologies coalesced such that what I do today was even possible. If it were not for the Internet, I’d probably be working […]
    Michael Kwan
  • Busting A Move At The Titanium Mastermind May 27, 2017
    The MOBE Titanium Mastermind opened at the Croc’s Casino Resort in Costa Rica with a party and celebration featuring food, drinks, fire dancers, and MC Tom Beal busting a move. I had a good laugh. Percy So explains why she should win the video contest and I explain when you should stop drinking Pina Coladas. Click Here To Download John […]
    John Chow

Latest From Search Engine Land

  • SearchCap: Search trademark issues & search pictures May 26, 2017
    Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Search trademark issues & search pictures appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Barry Schwartz
  • Initial Interest Confusion rears its ugly head once more in trademark infringement case May 26, 2017
    Columnist Chris Silver Smith details recent trademark infringement cases in which site search results pages caused legal issues for retailer sites. E-commerce businesses should take notice! The post Initial Interest Confusion rears its ugly head once more in trademark infringement case appeared... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Chris Silver Smith
  • Search in Pics: Google drum set, a deep blue room & Google sneakers May 26, 2017
    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. Google deep blue meeting room: Source: Twitter Google elephant march... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Barry Schwartz
  • SearchCap: Google link warning, in-store sales & more SEM May 25, 2017
    Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google link warning, in-store sales & more SEM appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Barry Schwartz
  • Google warns against misusing links in syndication & large-scale article campaigns May 25, 2017
    If the primary purpose of distributing content is to gain links, both authors and publishers risk a Google penalty. The post Google warns against misusing links in syndication & large-scale article campaigns appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
    Danny Sullivan

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Latest From Search Engine Round Table

  • Daily Search Forum Recap: May 26, 2017
    Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Updates, Link Spam Warning & Many Search Tests
    This week in search, I go into more detail on the search algorithm and ranking changes we are noticing. I discuss how my original theory on featured...
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Google Warns: Don't Do Article Creation For Links
    Yesterday, Google published a blog post named a reminder about links in large-scale article campaigns. Truth is, there is absolutely nothing new about what is written there...
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Google: No, Not All Ads Above The Fold Are Bad
    I love John Mueller's one word answers. The Google representative was asked on Twitter if all ads above the fold are bad and John said "no." Of course...
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Google Again: There Was No Sandbox...
    It is like every now and then a Googler has to say Google never had any Sandbox algorithm. They said it as recently in December. The Google Sandbox concept dates back to 2004. However, many SEOs felt there still was a Google Sandbox...
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)

Latest From Quick Sprout

  • The Ultimate Blueprint for Creating a Super Persuasive Testimonial May 26, 2017
    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the correlation between testimonials and higher conversions. As humans, we’re wired to seek feedback from others. But testimonials may carry even more weight than you may have thought. Research found that customer testimonials are considered to be one of the most effective content marketing techniques, identif […]
    Neil Patel
  • 10 Lessons Digital Marketers Can Learn from HBO’s Silicon Valley May 24, 2017
    Do you like to binge-watch a TV series? I don’t do it often. Hardly ever, in fact. But yep, I’ve done it before. For me, it’s one of life’s simple pleasures. Every once in awhile, I’ll find a series totally “binge-worthy.” It can make you a little crazy, especially if you spend the better part  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • Use This Daily One-Hour Digital Marketing Routine to Get 40% More New Leads Each Week May 22, 2017
    Routines. We all have them. Some we follow daily—consciously. Others we follow on a subconscious level, unaware of them. Whatever they are, routines are incredibly powerful. Over a span of time, the right routines can be key contributors to both our personal and business successes. If you’ve read any of Tim Ferriss’ books or listened  [click to continue...] […]
    Neil Patel
  • These 2 Ridiculously Simple Tactics Will Boost Your Conversion Rates by Next Tuesday, Guaranteed May 19, 2017
    If there’s one thing I hear all the time, it’s this: “Neil, I just want to get more conversions from my website.” That’s it. That’s the big one. I get it. Conversion rates are notoriously low. By vertical. Low. By channel. Low. By device. Low. It doesn’t matter whether I’m talking with a group of  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • 5 Tactics to Appear in the Search Results That Don’t Require a Lot of Work May 17, 2017
    SEO doesn’t discriminate. For brands that “get it” and have the know-how and resources, the coveted first page rankings are ripe for the picking. But let’s be honest. SEO is back-breaking and often mind-numbing work. With a plethora of continually growing ranking factors and algorithm updates, staying on top is a daunting task. But it  [click to continue...] […]
    Neil Patel

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