‘Shark Tank’ Panelist Will Use Google+ to Address Students

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Daymond John, president of FUBU clothing and panelist on ABC’s “Shark Tank” will lecture to a group of Utah high school students on March 29. By utilizing the power of Google+, students will have the opportunity to engage via webcam with the entrepreneur. SEO.com will also present at the event about the need for small […]

Conference Will Let Professors and Industry Experts Weigh in on the Ethics of Search Engine Optimization

Utah Valley University will host a conference this week on the ethics of white hat and black hat search engine optimization techniques. Executives from SEO.com along with several professors will present on this controversial topic. The conference will take place at the university on March 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There is no […]

SEO.com Participates in National Charity Road Trip that Aims to Teach Students about Social Media

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Social media has become a way of life for today’s youth. That’s why Chevrolet has put together a group of Internet marketing experts who will tour the nation teaching students as young as elementary school about social media in anticipation of this month’s SXSW Interactive conference in Austin, Texas. “The purpose of the tour is […]

The Link — SEO.com's March Newsletter

All you need to know about local SEO Small businesses can thrive off local search marketing and here’s why: • More than 40 percent of monthly searches use localized keywords • 70 percent of households use the Internet when shopping for products and services locally • 90 percent of people click on the first page […]

What is SEO? Despite Industry Growth, Tech Term Still Not a Household Name

As companies embark on their goals for 2012, this year officials at SEO.com said they hope to educate more people about how search engine optimization can improve their business. While marketers already realize that SEO is a rapidly growing industry, many people don’t even know what search engine optimization is. Search engine optimization is a […]

The Link — SEO.com's February Newsletter

What does online PR mean for SEO? Online public relations and search engine optimization tread common waters. While each discipline and its methods may differ, they both build organizations (and websites) through relevant and quality content. Some companies feel torn choosing between the two, but they fail to understand the interconnected impact of utilizing both […]

Officials from Bing.com, Sundance Film Festival, SEO.com Will Speak at January Marketing Event in Salt Lake City

On the eve of the kickoff of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, a Sundance official and a speaker from Bing.com will address SLCSEM.org, a group of professional Internet marketers in Utah. The event is scheduled Jan. 18 from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Leonardo, 209 E. 500 South in Salt Lake City. Speakers will […]

The Link — SEO.com's January Newsletter

Is Social Media the New SEO? There has been a lot of conversation recently about how much social media affects your organic SEO efforts. While we can’t put this matter to rest because the industry is always changing, we have some insights to share about the present climate. The fact is that social media has […]

SEO.com Celebrates Growth in 2011

In an economy comparable to a stormy sea, where many companies struggle to keep their heads above water, SEO.com has found solid ground, having been recognized several times this year for its rapid growth and increasing revenue. As the year closes, SEO.com is celebrating its success after receiving a handful of awards. “We’ve seen continued […]

Facebook 101: Schools Offer Social Media Classes to the Next Generation of Marketers

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The views some high school and college students have of social media may be changing as they break this month for the holidays. Before Davis High School junior Breanna Barton took Jeff McCauley’s new social media marketing class, Facebook and YouTube were merely means for wasting time. Now Barton sees things a little differently. “There’s […]