SEO is Money. Period.

SEO is the hardest it’s ever been. Top rankings now require more strategy and grit than they ever have before. The days of stuffing title tags and using rotating proxies to blast anchor text are behind us. With algorithm changes happening at an increasing pace and an over-saturated marketplace, the value of accurate and actionable information is at an all-time high.

Our SEO posts are here to share our tests and experiences with the hope that you will participate in the discussion. Please share your thoughts and feedback in the comments and never hesitate to contact me with any ideas you may have.

Get traffic, get conversions

If you’re a fledgling Internet marketer with a new product or service, chances are that all you dream about is a top Google ranking and getting hordes of visitors to your site. The more traffic, the more conversions, and the more you earn, right?

But let’s be honest here; for most business owners, exactly how to get those purchase-hungry prospects onto their landing page still remains a mystery. Sure, they’ve … Keep Reading »

Never Worry About Your Websites Optimization Ever Again!

how not to over optimize your website

Over optimization occurs whenever you have taken it upon yourself to go “above and beyond” the normal means of optimization. This is a problem for many different reasons, but that’s something we’ll get into a little later on down the road – we don’t want to jump the gun, now do we!? If you’re a webmaster that’s looking to make a significant … Keep Reading »

7 seo tips that will improve your site in 2016

2016 is around the corner. The countdown has begun. But wait, are you prepared to welcome 2016? We all know that the New Year will bring to the fore a whole new set of changes in the way businesses market their products and services, marketers try to improve their ranking with search engine optimization (SEO), the way people surf the web and a lot more.

According to hubspot.com, in the … Keep Reading »

How Google Panda Updates Changed The SEO Landscape

Aside from penguin, panda is one of the most common terms in search engine optimization.

But if you’re looking for an in-depth look at the algorithm update, its attributes, how it affects websites, and how you can use the update to your advantage – well, if you hadn’t stumbled upon this page, you’d be searching for quite a while.

This is your complete guide to understanding Google Panda and … Keep Reading »

This article is a case study on how we did a Google penalty assessment and a penalty recovery for one of our clients that had a steady 10,000 organic sessions per day and went to under 1000 in one day due to a site-wide Manual Action penalty. Here is how we got through the recovery process and got the website back to over 10,000 organic visits a day by removing … Keep Reading »

Local search engine optimization

Local search is all around us.

There are seven billion people on this planet, and one in every five own a smartphone.

It’s safe to say the world is now connected by our collective fingertips, but as a local business, how can you cut through the clutter and reach people? I previously posted a case study in how to boost website traffic organically, with no advertising whatsoever.  But how … Keep Reading »

Case Study: Testing the Skyscraper Building Method

In the digital marketing world there’s an annoyingly persistent myth which undermines the work of marketers all across the world.

That myth is that great content is enough.

This all stems from that often repeated marketing mantra that content is king. The idea that if you write good content, readers will flock to your website, consume all your blogs and shower you with comments, shares and backlinks.

Sadly, it’s Keep Reading »

How To Do Market Research with Search Data

Editor’s Note: Matt and I had great success with our last Marvel team-up over on MOZ, so we decided to do it again. Thanks again Mr. Gratt for lending your superb process skills to this post. Cheers!

We often think of search as a direct marketing channel (and it’s a great one) but it’s so much more than that.

A Search Engine is a database of intentions – and … Keep Reading »

How to Integrate SEO Elements to Move Beyond Responsive Design

Since mobile search surpassed desktop earlier this year, digital marketing experts have been putting a LOT of effort into mobile optimization.

In fact, a single search for ‘mobile-friendliness’ or ‘responsive web design’ will generate thousands of results. Although more and more businesses are switching to Responsive Web Design (RWD), it has now created a new problem: focusing too much on mobile.

Although responsive web design can be an effective … Keep Reading »

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