33 Ways to Measure Your Online Competition

Brand new websites with huge ambitions often go after the big fish keyword when, in reality, they are sitting in a rusty, row boat with a wooden stick for a fishing pole. Sure it’s possible to reach your goal with your elementary resources, nonexistent tools and skewed understanding of how to catch that big fish, […]

How to Build a Website with SEO in Mind

To make sure your site is built for the search engines, be sure to balance these elements in your Web design. URL Structure: Don’t bother using page IDs for your URLs. Changing your URLs to a worded structure will not only help with SEO, but it will also help your users know what the page […]

An Over-Optimizing Nightmare: Staying Off Google’s Naughty List

Disclaimer: The below post illustrates a personal experience. The views and opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect those of SEO.com or the work performed with their clients. For the most part, link building is pretty straight forward and simple. You can publish your articles, request some directory listings, bookmark links, guest blog […]

Identifying and Combating Duplicate Content Issues

A recent post by Paddy Moogan from Distilled about when to use a 301 redirect and when to use a Rel =Canonical got me thinking about all the possible ways we can fight duplicate content issues. First, for those who are new into search marketing; a duplicate content penalty is a consequence that the Search […]