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Jul 29, 2011 / by Preston Van Dyke

This Week in “Commonly Asked Search Marketing Questions”

Hey SEO.com followers!

There are two basic forms of SEO. The first is commonly referred to as on page optimization. This will take into account the navigation, content use and placement, design and layout, URL structure, and meta data of the website. All of these elements and more influence how search

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Jul 28, 2011 / by Pat Parkinson

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

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Jul 28, 2011 / by Christian Greiner

5 Tools to See a Website Like a Search Engine

The SEO industry exists largely because search engines don’t see websites like humans. If they did, we would probably be finding new employment as web designers or conversion experts. Nevertheless, until this happens (and I’m betting my career on the fact that it won’t) it is one of our main

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Jul 26, 2011 / by Robyn Storms

Online Advertising Gets Easier With Google AdWords Express

Yesterday, Google announced the official introduction of AdWords Express. First launched as Google Boost in October 2010, AdWords Express makes it simple and fast for users to start advertising online. The whole setup can be completed in less than five minutes. AdWords Express is aimed at helping local businesses

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Jul 22, 2011 / by SEO.com

Christmas in July - Prepare for the Rush

As a business hoping to cash in this holiday season, you must make sure your website appears on the first page of Google. Problem is, moving up the search results takes time.

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Jul 22, 2011 / by Preston Van Dyke

This Week in "Commonly Asked Search Marketing Questions"

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

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Jul 22, 2011 / by Matt Storms

Google Places Page Update Means You Need Google Native Reviews

Google Places updated its look after Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google Gmail and other applications. This looks like the final version that Google Places will roll out and from what I can tell it's a worldwide release.

There are a few major things right now from what I can see:

  • Third-party
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Jul 15, 2011 / by Robyn Storms

Create and Find Infographics with Visual.ly

Infographics have become an increasingly popular marketing tool. In response to this popularity, Visual.ly recently launched, crediting itself as “the world’s largest community for exploring, sharing, creating, and promoting data visualizations.” The site currently offers users search functionality and a share feature for finding and submitting infographics from

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Jul 14, 2011 / by Joe Bergevin

Seven Chrome Extensions (and One Request) for Google Plus

Unless you’ve spent the last week hiking in the Yukon, and your smart phone was eaten by a polar bear, you’ve probably heard Google+ is here. Aside from joining and spending considerable time organizing my circles, I’ve noticed some shortcomings with the site. Luckily, others have noticed these too,

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Jul 12, 2011 / by Jeremy Page

Supercharge Your Business With a Product Trailer

Video has emerged as one of the most effective mediums for marketing on the web. This hasn’t happened overnight, as we have seen companies use video to market their products for many years.

In video marketing, there are plenty of

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