Posts Tagged ‘backlinks’

Google Updates: How They Affect SEO Campaigns in 2017

Google changes its search algorithm frequently. But it is easy to overlook when changes happen, because Google does not announce it in most cases. The onus is on online marketers to detect the change, typically by witnessing noticeable changes in SEO performance after the fact. If you find some erratic SEO performance shifts and can’t…

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Google Disavow Tool: Is It Still Useful for Off-Page #SEO?

Anyone who understands Google’s stance on off-page SEO should be familiar with the Google Disavow Tool. The Disavow Tool was originally offered to help webmasters and SEO consultants provide feedback directly to Google about link cleanup efforts. Why were we all cleaning up our links you ask? Surely you’ve heard of Google Penguin. If you…

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SEO Checklist for Launching a New Website

Are you about to click the red ‘launch’ button on a brand new or redesigned website? Wait a minute and consider whether you have taken all of the most important SEO considerations into account. SEO Checklist: 5 Things To Get Right Before you launch your site, there are 5 big boxes you have to check off.…

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Help Your Content Marketing Rank With Booster Campaigns

For several years now, content marketing has been a top priority for marketers. How many times have you heard the phrase “Content is King?” Well, yes, content is important. A good website should have a flow of high quality, engaging content. Freshness, after all, is a factor in how the leading search engines rank your…

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3 SEO Tips To Increase Your Organic Rankings Quickly

Regardless of business size or industry, most companies expect to take advantage of opportunities as they present themselves. Businesses of all sizes hope to use these opportunities to increase turnover, and by extension, profits. This is without a doubt the raison d’etre for most businesses. Any legal, sanctioned way of going about this process is typically…

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How to Protect your Website from a Google Penalty

Being levied with a Google penalty is the nightmare of pretty  much every single website owner and developer. Considering that most people look online for what they need through their search engine, it is mandatory to be in the good graces of all search engines, particularly Google. If you fail on this matter, your pages and…

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SEO 2016 Predictions

Last week I had the pleasure of moderating a discussion for the Austin SEO Meetup. At that discussion, our focus was on uncovering what we expect to change next year — basically, an SEO 2016 Predictions session. The event took place at Orange CoWorking in south Austin. Thanks to owner Shelley Delayne for hosting the event. Orange is…

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How to Attract Visitors to Your Website

Search Engine Optimization or SEO has its own ways for driving traffic in the form of website visitors to a page. There are simple tactics that can make a huge difference to your position on the Search Engine Results Page – and only when applied well can a site assure a free and constant flow of website…

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Why White Hat SEO Requires Patience

Having played the SEO game for a decade and a half now, I’ve seen it all. Not very long ago, you could get away with all sorts of tricks to drive organic traffic. Purchased links, link wheels / schemes, keyword stuffing, and a laundry list of other spammy black hat “techniques.” Of course, we should…

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Return On News: 100 Blogging Lessons, SEO Pitfalls, & More

It’s hard to believe that 2014 is nearly a wrap. And what a year it has been! From the sunsetting of Google Authorship and PageRank, to the digital war on Sony about their new movie The Interview, we have certainly had tons to talk about. With the year winding to a close and a short week…

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