Posts Tagged ‘authorship markup’

Guest Blogging Is Not Dead

The blogosphere, message boards, and forums have been up in airs this week after Matt Cutts (Head of Webspam, Google) posted on his personal blog that “guest blogging is done.” Before you read the rest of this post, take a look at the blog post in question: The decay and falling of guest blogging for…

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Top 5 Areas To Focus Your SEO Efforts in 2014

With the holidays upon us, now is a great time to think ahead to 2014 and what it holds in store for us. There are five areas within SEO that jump into my mind rather quickly, so let’s move on from the small talk and get right to the point. 1. Get Serious About Your…

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Google Plus: 6 Reasons You Should Be Using It

Social networking platforms run the gamut of features, usage patterns, and adoption, and Google Plus is no different. If you are in the social media marketing game, you should already know a lot about Google Plus. That includes the biggest knock on it as a social media platform – that adoption remains too low for…

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Semantic Markup: Adding Context To SEO

The Internet world has been up in airs the past few weeks in response to Google’s recent changes. And the changes this summer were quite large indeed! First, we learned that we no longer have access to full keyword-level data for our Organic traffic. Then, Google announced that they have moved to a whole new…

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Advanced rel=”author” Tips From Google

By now you have surely read one of the hundreds of blog posts advising you to add authorship markup to your website (i.e. rel=”author”). Very soon, doing it will evolve from a competitive advantage in the SERPs to a standard course of business. Since websites can be deployed on a variety of platforms (custom code,…

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