This Week in "Commonly Asked Search Marketing Questions"

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Hey SEO.com followers. This week we are launching the “Commonly Asked Search Marketing Questions” web series, featuring answers to some questions about basic SEO fundamentals. There are certain concepts of search engine optimization that will likely always remain a ranking factor. Whether you are a new or seasoned SEO professional, it may be nice to […]

WordQuakes and Collaboration to Get The Most of SEO

The impact of content online is huge. As digital marketers, we are constantly looking for ways to capitalize on opportunities and ride the viral train. I just finished reading an interesting article: The blogosphere as an excitable social medium: Richter’s and Omori’s Law in media coverage, It takes us through the effect blog content instigates […]

5 Steps to Killer Keyword Research

You can consider the keywords the vehicle of your campaign and the links built to the website your fuel. Much of your success and results will be driven through each the phrases targeted. When approaching keyword research it can be easy to go one of two ways—either just barely scratching the surface or going overboard and wasting time. With a process set in place you will do much better at achieving quick, quality results.

How to Keep Your SEO Well Groomed

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You may or may not have seen our recent post about the nose hair waxing event at SEO.com. Yes it is just as painful as it looks on the video. And yes that is my wife doing the torture. Which leads perfectly into our subject at hand: How well groomed is your website? While “man-scaping” […]

How SEO Avoids Website Prosopagnosia and Makes Your Site Memorable

Prosopagnosia. What the heck is that? This is what I found myself asking while listening to a recent Radiolab podcast. Turns out it refers to “facial blindness”—as in you are unable to remember and recognize any one’s face. Every time seeing someone is as if it were the first. How odd would it be to […]