Quit Screwing Around, Punch Your Website Visitors in the Face

4 commonsense ways to sell more stuff on your website When people come to your site, they are looking for one thing, and one thing only. For us, our visitors are looking for one product: Top Search Engine Rankings. That’s really it. Sure, they might want top rankings to get more traffic, sales, or to […]

If Internet Marketing Was a Football Team: Position-by-Position Breakdown

College Football is back tonight with Utah vs. Pittsburgh. Other local games this weekend include BYU vs. Washington and Utah State vs. Oklahoma. Everything is right in the world again. In honor of college football’s return, here are the position-by-position starters if Internet marketing strategies made up a football team: Head Coach – Analytics and […]

5 Easy Ways to Confirm an Ad Agency Really Knows SEO

The Truth The truth of the matter is that most ad agencies only added SEO as a service because they were forced to by their demanding clientele. Most traditional agencies are not equipped with the tools and experience to successfully implement a good SEO campaign. Digital marketing, whether it be SEO, PPC, CRO or Social […]

Real Time SEO: Monitor Your Brand & Build Links Simultaneously

In our day and age, nothing is becoming more important than monitoring your brand name. With websites like RipoffReport.com and Scam.com, you can find yourself looking for an SEO company to handle your Reputation Management in a hurry. Some companies often take it a step further, monitoring their executive management member’s names and their products […]

Google Caffeine Is Live… Now What?

As noted last week, Google’s new system for indexing and delivering fresh content online, Caffeine, went live on June 8th. Before Caffeine, Google used to update their index every few weeks, now it is pretty close to real time, as shown in my last post about Caffeine. For websites who continually update their content on […]

Is It Time To Give Google Buzz Another Look?

Here at SEO.com headquarters, we live in a world of Twitter users. It is not uncommon to see at least 90% of the employees with Tweetdeck up on their second monitors following what is happening in the twittersphere. Recently, Robert Scoble posed the question, “Should we give Google Buzz another look?” Last week at SMX […]

Google Caffeine Is Live!

According to Matt Cutts during the You&A session at SMX Advanced, Google Caffeine is live! In the official announcement, Google reps have said that they created this new index because “content on the Web is blossoming. It’s growing not just in size and numbers but with the advent of video, images, news and real-time updates; […]

Battling the Ranking Confusion of Personalized Search

Checking your rankings every day is a love-hate relationship. You love it because after months of hard work you wake up one morning and finally see yourself in a top position. You hate it, however, because Google’s personalized search results may mean the rest of the world might not see you in that top position. […]

Discrepancies In Webmaster Tools Clickthrough Data

This is a follow up post from my post yesterday about click-through data in Webmaster Tools. After comparing some analytic data and reading numerous tweets and blog posts about the matter, it is obvious that there are discrepancies in the click-through data that is being shown in the Webmaster Tools interface in comparison to Google […]