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SEO.com Content Collective, June 24, 2013

Content Collective Marketing

In our continuing efforts to bring you the best from around the Web, this week sees a post that delves a little further into authorship, one that scratches a technical itch for those who are ready to take their business international, and some hard, numbers-based testing on an otherwise creative endeavor. TJ Welsh Recommends: Google […]

13 Predictions You Should Be Aware Of For 2013 – Video

13 predictions you should be aware of for 2013

2013 Is Here… Is Your Search Marketing Strategy Ready? From multiple Panda and Penguin updates, and the exact match domain crack down, 2012 turned out to be quite a stunning year in the world of search engine optimization. In this video, Ash Buckles, President of SEO.com will briefly highlight 13 predictions you should be aware […]

SEO Crash Course: 3-Part Video Series

SEO Crash Course 3-Part Video Series

Hubspot Teams Up With SEO.com For FREE SEO Crash Course Video Training From SEO basics to advanced strategies, this 3-part video series has it all. >> Enroll In The Crash Course TODAY Search engine optimization is a critical part to any business marketing strategy, and it is important to keep up to date with all […]

Auditing Your Link Building Portfolio BEFORE Google’s Over-Optimization Penalty Hits

Auditing Your Link Building Portfolio BEFORE Google’s Over-Optimization Penalty Hits

If you’re wondering why this title sounds familiar, it’s because this blog post is meant to supplement Rand Fishkin’s recent Whiteboard Friday about 6 basic changes every SEO should make before Google’s new algorithm is rolled out. As always, Google is very vague about what changes they’re going to make which leaves us with many […]

Tutorial: How to Get Google Webmaster Tools Data on Windows With Python

Tutorial: How to Get Google Webmaster Tools Data on Windows With Python

The Search Query report in Google Webmaster tools is more important than ever, with the ominous (not provided) mask hiding 25%-40% of referring keyword traffic in Google Analytics. Google recently made WMT data available through an open source Python Library, making it easy to transfer that data straight into Google Docs or to your desktop, […]

4 SEO Personalities Essential to a Team

Everyone who has worked in a team environment has experienced the group of people that seems to jive so well and simply get things done. While there are certain skills that must be had in any team no matter the industry—like project management for instance—in SEO there are four who can take a team further […]

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, […]

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 […]

The Best Keyword Research Method Ever Invented For Blogs

Have you ever done keyword research for a blog post and experienced no resulting organic traffic? You may be thinking, “What happened? The terms I optimized for had search volume. Why am I not getting a piece of that?” Welcome to the club. Poor Keyword Research = Poor Optimization = Poor Results Credibility is a […]