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Apr 18, 2011 / by Dustin Williams

5 Site Optimization Blunders that Will Kill Your Rankings

As I have worked with numerous websites throughout my career as a professional SEO, I have seen many different problems which have caused websites to not be able to rank well in the search engines. The following problems are the five biggest mistakes that I have seen made over

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Apr 14, 2011 / by Claye Stokes

4 No-Nonsense, Panda-Friendly Link-Building Tips

Allow me to take a little of the hassle, monotony, and time commitment out of creating quality, long-lasting, third-party links that will pass the "Panda" test and will deliver long-lasting results.

Building high-value links is a constant, every-day challenge for search engine optimization companies and professionals. Building links that aren't

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Apr 13, 2011 / by Carson Ward

Dirty Lies and Strategic Keyword Research

Since becoming addicted to online marketing, I have found a large amount of information that is either out of date, irrelevant, incorrect, or communicated in about the worst way imaginable. It seems to be especially easy to find bad advice about strategic keyword selection and optimization. This post will

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Apr 13, 2011 / by Kevin Phelps

Is Content Really King?

There are a number ways to get your website more visibility: higher search engine rankings, interesting content, pay per click, affiliate marketing and social media. These are all great ways of increasing traffic and most large

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Apr 6, 2011 / by Greg Shuey

Leveraging Current Events When Link Baiting

Building a legitimate, natural looking backlink portfolio is one of the hardest parts of SEO. It is especially hard when the website you are link building to lacks linkable content. When your site lacks linkable content, you have to

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Apr 1, 2011 / by SEO.com

SEO.com employee dies after catching glimpse of Google algorithm

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April 1, 2011

GOOGLEPLEX-- An attempt by an SEO technician to obtain the coveted Google search algorithm has ended in tragedy. It is believed that John Cerchingin, a former SEO specialist at Utah-based SEO.com, died this week after catching a glimpse of the code.

Cerchingin was pronounced dead at the

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Mar 31, 2011 / by SEO.com

Jell-O champion claims victory again

The competition this week was fierce at SEO.com’s third annual Jell-O snarfing contest. In the crowded break room, newcomers showed that a new breed of gluttonous snarfers might be on the rise.

Rookies from the back shop forced seasoned competitors to the brink. In the end, defending champion Greg Bay, a

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Mar 30, 2011 / by David Scoville

Google's +1 button and how it may change SEO

Google has released a new +1 button similar to Facebook's "Like" button, according to a Mashable post and a SearchEngineLand post. The new feature will allow Google users to, essentially, vote for pages and videos on the web

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Mar 28, 2011 / by SEO.com

Interview With Danny Dover, Globetrotter, Writer, SEO

In the last four years, Danny Dover moved quickly through the ranks of one of the SEO industry’s most prestigious firms. He recently left his position at SEOmoz to become senior search engine optimization manager at AT&T, where his focus is organic SEO for Yellowpages.com.

Dover’s first book hit shelves

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Mar 28, 2011 / by SEO.com

Zuckerberg, conservative senator: an unlikely duo

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, made an unlikely duo. But the conservative senator insisted the two are friends.

Though Zuckerberg is probably not a conservative, Hatch said

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