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Latest From SEO Moz

  • Do You Need Local Pages? - Whiteboard Friday August 17, 2018
    Posted by Tom.CapperDoes it make sense for you to create local-specific pages on your website? Regardless of whether you own or market a local business, it may make sense to compete for space in the organic SERPs using local pages. Please give a warm welcome to our friend Tom Capper as he shares a 4-point process for determining whether local pages are somet […]
    Tom.Capper
  • Ranking the 6 Most Accurate Keyword Difficulty Tools August 14, 2018
    Posted by Jeff_BakerIn January of 2018 Brafton began a massive organic keyword targeting campaign, amounting to over 90,000 words of blog content being published. Did it work? Well, yeah. We doubled the number of total keywords we rank for in less than six months. By using our advanced keyword research and topic writing process published earlier this year we […]
    Jeff_Baker
  • How to Win Some Local Customers Back from Amazon this Holiday Season August 13, 2018
    Posted by MiriamEllis Your local business may not be able to beat Amazon at the volume of their own game of convenient shipping this holiday season, but don’t assume it’s a game you can’t at least get into! This small revelation took me by surprise last month while I was shopping for a birthday gift for my brother. Like many Americans, I’m feeling growing qu […]
    MiriamEllis
  • What Do Dolphins Eat? Lessons from How Kids Search August 10, 2018
    Posted by willcritchlowKids may search differently than adults, but there are some interesting insights from how they use Google that can help deepen our understanding of searchers in general. Comfort levels with particular search strategies, reading only the bold words, taking search suggestions and related searches as answers — there's a lot to dig in […]
    willcritchlow
  • Google's August 1st Core Update: Week 1 August 9, 2018
    Posted by Dr-PeteOn August 1, Google (via Danny Sullivan's @searchliaison account) announced that they released a "broad core algorithm update." Algorithm trackers and webmaster chatter confirmed multiple days of heavy ranking flux, including our own MozCast system: Temperatures peaked on August 1-2 (both around 114°F), with a 4-day period of […]
    Dr-Pete

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 pic.twitter.com/WYUnHjjUjg— 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

  • Top Tips for a Clean and Healthy Blog Email List August 16, 2018
    The post Top Tips for a Clean and Healthy Blog Email List appeared first on ProBlogger. At ProBlogger, we talk a lot about the value and importance of using an email strategy to drive traffic to, and make money from, your blog. But if you don’t keep your email subscriber list clean, it can negatively affect your blogging business. By a clean list, I mean mak […]
    Grove Galligan
  • 256: How One Blogger Landed a Book Deal That Launched Her Career August 13, 2018
    The post 256: How One Blogger Landed a Book Deal That Launched Her Career appeared first on ProBlogger. How a Book Deal Launched the Career of a Blogger We’re kicking off our Blogging Breakthroughs series, where a variety of bloggers share their stories of breakthroughs they’ve experienced over the years with their blogs. We received submissions from numerou […]
    Darren Rowse
  • Productivity Inspiration to Get You Out of Your Blogging Slump August 9, 2018
    The post Productivity Inspiration to Get You Out of Your Blogging Slump appeared first on ProBlogger. Did you notice the middle of the year just slide on by? Are you one of those people who has already reviewed their yearly goals to see if you’re on track? Or are you in a bit of a mid-year blogging slump? Perhaps you were out enjoying the summer weather ...m […]
    Laney Galligan
  • 255: My Mid-Life Crisis and The Power of Being Vulnerable on a Blog August 6, 2018
    The post 255: My Mid-Life Crisis and The Power of Being Vulnerable on a Blog appeared first on ProBlogger. The Power of Being Vulnerable with Your Readers Have you experienced the power of taking a step out of your comfort zone and being vulnerable with your readers? I have long believed in the power of being vulnerable. It can be hard to be vulnerable. It f […]
    Darren Rowse
  • Everything You Need to Know About Inserting and Editing Images in WordPress July 31, 2018
    The post Everything You Need to Know About Inserting and Editing Images in WordPress appeared first on ProBlogger. Do you feel confident using images in your blog posts? While there’s no absolute rule that bloggers need to include images, most bloggers will include at least one eye-catching image in each post (normally at or very near the start). However, it […]
    Darren Rowse

Latest From John Chow

  • What Internet Marketers Can Learn From Princess August 16, 2018
    In this video, I show you what you can learn about internet marketing from a Princess Cruise ship. Yes, the cruise ship business and making money online are very related. Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit Model!
    John Chow
  • Create and Get Started Blogging Online: Part 7 – Installing WordPress in Hosting August 16, 2018
    We have covered a lot of ground, and will be looking at installing WordPress within your hosting backend. Many of these hosting providers have made it very easy to streamline the entire process, For example, hosting now provides a 1-click interface, which allows you to get the job done quickly and with very little experience. However, it’s still important th […]
    Rizvan Ullah
  • Create and Get Started Blogging Online: Part 6 – Choosing a CMS August 15, 2018
    Welcome to Part 6 of my awesome blogging series. We have covered a lot of ground, and encourage all of you to go back and read other sections before going forward. Today, we’ll be jumping into the actual setup of your blogging site, and explore the various options you have available. At one point, you would have to code your […]
    Rizvan Ullah
  • Bad Food Court Food at Aberdeen Centre August 15, 2018
    Aberdeen Centre is a shopping mall in Richmond, British Columbia. It is the first truly Asian style mall in North America. It’s a cool place to visit if you can find parking. Also, the bubble tea at the food court leaves a lot to be desired. Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit Model!
    John Chow
  • Create and Get Started Blogging Online: Part 5 – Setting Up Hosting and Domain August 14, 2018
    We have covered the following: Create the right idea Choosing a domain Choosing a hosting provider Today, we’ll be discussing how to select the right hosting plan, and setting up the fundamentals. For example, in the previous step, you went over 3-4 elements of hosting research and have narrowed down the MOST important elements. You can now make an informed […]
    Rizvan Ullah

Latest From Search Engine Land


Latest From Shoe Money

  • Thinking About Affiliate Marketing? Read This First August 17, 2018
    Anyone who reads blogs on a regular basis probably knows about affiliate marketing. If you’re a new blogger, you’ve probably considered becoming an affiliate marketer. Ads, especially if you’re just starting out, aren’t going to bring in much income. You could build a digital product, but without any traffic, you won’t make any sales. So for new sites and pe […]
    Matt Ruley
  • How Marketing is Like Captain Planet August 17, 2018
    Do you remember the old cartoon Captain Planet and the Planeteers? It was a show back in the 90s about five teenagers who could combine their powers to summon their own personal superhero. Their goal was to “take pollution down to zero”. And as far as the fictional world, they did a pretty good job. Marketing is a lot like Captain Planet. You need to combine […]
    Matt Ruley
  • Scam or Totally Legit Business? What You Need to Know About Multi-Level Marketing August 15, 2018
    I grew up watching my mom jump from one multi-level marketing business to the next. She was a stay-at-home mom who needed a hobby. It began with blocky 90’s jewelry and ended with Longaberger Baskets. I saw various things fill my parent’s shelves from candles and stamps to useless cooking utensils. My mom recently tried to give me some Longaberger baskets wh […]
    Ben Mattice
  • 10 Companies That Took Off in Unexpected Ways August 15, 2018
    We constantly hear about the Microsofts and Apples of the world. The garage band companies from humble places. But those companies were a semblance of what they would eventually become. What about the companies that took a chance on something new? What about the jokes people expected to go nowhere? These are the surprising stories that continually surprise u […]
    Ben Mattice
  • Top 3 Reasons Local SEO Should Be Your Focus August 14, 2018
    In my inaugural post on Shoemoney, I discussed SEO and why you need it for your small business. Brick and mortar shops need SEO, sure, but more than anything they need to think about what kind of SEO they need. It’s just three letters but it’s a broad term, with dozens of different strategies and methods to get the best results, which of course vary from bus […]
    Matt Ruley

Latest From Search Engine Watch

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Latest From Search Engine Round Table

  • Daily Search Forum Recap: August 16, 2018
    Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Google Medic Update: Many Are Looking Back To Google's Panda Advice From 2011
    With the Google Medic Update from August 1st, the core broad Google algorithm update. Many are not just looking at the quality raters guidelines but also looking back at the advice former head of search Amit Singhal gave around the Google Panda update from May 2011.
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Google: Taking Old Content & Relabeling It As New Is A Bad SEO Hack
    Google's John Mueller said on Twitter, with the disclaimer of him putting his user hat on (not Google hat), that relabeling old content as new, without any additional changes is a bad SEO hack. He said it is bad for the user, causes frustration when they find out and doesn't give your users the respect they deserve, he said.
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Google Adds Troubleshooting Section For Job Posting Structured Data
    Google has added to the developer documents around job posting structured data a whole new troubleshooting section. This section gives developers access to more tips on how to properly implement this type of schema.
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)
  • Last Chance: Share A Story About How Matt Cutts Has Helped You
    For the past 113 days, over 16 weeks, there has been a story posted each day at mattcutts.org about how he has helped an individual person. This is your reminder, if you missed the first announcement, that we have about two weeks left of stories and you should submit your story now before the site stops accepting stories.
    barry@rustybrick.com (Barry Schwartz)

Latest From Quick Sprout

  • How to Improve the Ranking of Your Business Mobile App August 15, 2018
    It’s no secret we’re living in a mobile world. As marketers, we need to recognize that our current and prospective customers are active on their mobile devices. That’s why you need to learn how to optimize your web design for mobile users. But some of you may have taken this one step further and built  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Get More Email Subscribers Without Annoying Your Website Visitors August 13, 2018
    With so many new content marketing strategies out there today, it can be tempting to look past your email list. After all, how important can it be? To say the least, email marketing is crucial. It needs to remain part of your core marketing foundation. Research shows that 99% of consumers check their emails every single  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Correctly Manage Customer Testimonials to Increase Your Brand Credibility August 10, 2018
    Establishing credibility is important for all businesses. There are only so many brand names today that speak for themselves. I’m referring to global giants such as Apple, Nike, and Walmart. In these instances, consumers know those companies are legitimate. But the rest of us need all the help we can get to establish our credibility.  [click to continue...] […]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Effectively Market Your Small Business on Social Media August 8, 2018
    Social media marketing is no longer optional for small businesses in 2018. I see this problem all too often when I’m consulting small business owners. They have this mentality that social media won’t benefit their companies. “Our customers know who we are, and they know where to find us.” Does this sound familiar to you?  [click to continue...]
    Neil Patel
  • How to Use SEO Tactics to Drive Ecommerce Sales August 6, 2018
    The ecommerce industry is a highly competitive space. That’s because the popularity of online shopping is growing at a rapid rate. Last year, retail ecommerce sales surpassed 2.3 billion dollars across the globe. This number is expected to double within the next three years. It’s safe to say that consumers will continue buying from ecommerce platforms.  [cli […]
    Neil Patel

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