SEOMOZ recently launched a nifty tool for pro membership holders that lets you type in a word or phrase and then see where and when that phrase has been mentioned on the internet. Its great to keep up with where your brand is being mentioned on the internet!
I did find a little hang up though. If you are spending a lot of money on Google ads for competitive key terms like “credit score” the Fresh Web Explorer is registering where those paid ads are showing up. While this bug might prove useful in some situations I would like to see a list free of Google ads, if possible. I’m sure this is an engineering challenge waiting for an SEOMOZ employee to take on:)
LinkedIn has it figured out when it comes to ego bait. What’s the definition of ego bait?
Ego bait is an incredible simple and often effective marketing tactic: Create a piece of content that lets other people or groups look good.
– Thomas Høgenhaven Continue reading
For all of you conversion rate optimizers out there: Google has advanced their in-page link attribution in Google Analytics. Before, if you had a web-page with two links pointing to the same internal URL you would not know which link users clicked. Continue reading
You used to be able to get videos in Google’s search results just for having it on your webpage, anywhere. Google is always trying to improve their results and getting video to pop up is harder than it used to be. Continue reading
Here is the link to Googles disavow link tool awaited by the SEO community for a long, long time. Continue reading
The image below speaks for its self. With all the talk that you can’t get a logo for your author rich snippet, somehow I managed to slip this one by Google? Continue reading
Tonight SLC|SEM in Salt Lake City, Utah held an SEO meetup event with Rand Fishkin from SEOMOZ as the speaker. Continue reading
I have heard some chatter that “SEO is dead” others are saying it’s stronger than ever. Personally, I believe SEO is not dead, but the terminology is making a shift from SEO to Inbound Marketing, and appropriately so. Continue reading
Online content has two audiences: people and search engines. Appealing to both takes the combined efforts of a technical minded SEO Content Strategist and a Social Media expert who is plugged into the world. One without the other results in either good content that never gets found or crappy content that no one wants to read. Continue reading
“display:none” in CSS can be very easily misused as a black hat SEO tactic. I am going to show you how to use this CSS trick to increase your web page’s user experience using white hat SEO. Continue reading