I wrote a pretty outstanding article for my company’s Blog and wanted to share it with you. Although written for the vacation rental industry, it’s a power-packed article that’s useful for those in other industries as well. 5 Ultra Powerful SEO or Search Engine Optimization tactics to Boost Local Traffic to your website.
SERPs = Search Engine Result Pages… The stuff you see after you enter a word or phrase in that handy-dandy search box on a Search Engine and hit ENTER. And SEO Consultants pay some pretty heavy attention to this stuff! :)
For once, I actually read through some of the gazillions of Online Marketing articles that flow in through my Inbox. And there were some serious doozies laying in there! So I broke them down into their various categories and made a list of the fairly interesting (and definitely the more informative and actionable) ones
Pagination and Duplicate Content in the SEO world are of definite concern. Learn about your options and the official word from Google.
Microsoft releases it’s new Social Search Research platform – it’s now out of Beta and although it screams tribute to Pinterest, it’s definitely useful.
Bing supplies Yahoo with their Search Results and is the second-most major player in the Search Engine world. Let’s look at some Bing-specific SEO tips.
A look at the details of rel = canonical – why, what, and how; its SEO implications and even a glance at a nice Wordpress helper tool for implementation.
Trends are powerful things. Knowing what’s hot in the world can be fun. It can also be a great source of ideas for relevant content, SEO and more.
Why bother with the Directory? Search Engines killed the Directory right? Here’s 10 top reasons why it’s good for SEO and more.
Local SEO is hip, now and here to stay. Optimize your content for geography. Submit to Geo-targeted listing spots. Learn the hows and whys.
If you’ve been under a rock or just haven’t heard, about a year ago Matt Cutts announced on the Google Webmaster Central Blog that Site Speed is a factor in Search Ranking. And about a year before that, Google posted a YouTube video hinting about this change, titled "Let’s make the Web Faster". Let’s Make […]