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The Link — SEO.com's Newsletter August 2012

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It’s Not All About Traffic Everyone with a website loves traffic, and although attracting an audience is a big goal, it isn’t the main goal. Website traffic in and of itself does not keep you in business—it’s those who follow through with your call to action. If you focus solely on increasing your number of […]

The Link — SEO.com's October Newsletter

Four killer ways to build links One major factor Google considers when ranking your website in search results is whether your company is discussed other places on the Internet. According to SEO Director Boyd Norwood, “search engines look at what you say about yourself and what others say about you.” “You need to do link […]

The Link — SEO.com's September Newsletter

Holiday SEO

Optimize now so your site ranks well for the holidays Fewer Americans are poised to wake up early the day after Thanksgiving to brave Black Friday crowds. Instead, shoppers will wait for Cyber Monday, when businesses roll out sizzling holiday deals online. Internet sales the Monday after Thanksgiving have nearly doubled since 2006. Last year, […]

The Link — SEO.com's August Newsletter

Businesses Must Finely Tune Twitter Campaigns Twitter serves up fantastic ways for businesses to provide customer service, promote sales and manage their reputations online. But when composed correctly your tweets might even improve your company’s rankings in the search engines. “If you are tweeting regularly and you’ve got a good reputation, then sometimes if there […]

The Link — SEO.com Launches Search for New Location

In its fifth year and with about 85 employees, SEO.com has outgrown its space in Bluffdale, Utah. The search engine optimization firm may move into a new building by fall. “We’ve started searching for an ideal location for our current and future employees,” SEO.com President Ash Buckles said. Buckles said he hopes to keep the […]