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Mar 9, 2011 / by David Scoville

March Madness Webinar Week

Join us for a Slam Dunk Week of SEO Webinars: March 21-24

Unfortunately, our March Madness Webinar Week has ended.

While much of the country will be sitting on their couches watching basketball, popping potato chips, and cheering on their favorite college team, marketers will be tuned in to a different type of March Madness.

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Mar 9, 2011 / by Tiana Smith

How to Write for Your Website or Blog

Lesson #1 - The best way to learn about writing is to actually do it.

If you want to write a killer blog post, then you have to start by writing some blog posts that probably aren’t that killer—at least, not in

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Mar 8, 2011 / by Preston Van Dyke

5 Steps to Killer Keyword Research

Without keywords you have nothing in SEO. You can consider the keywords the vehicle of your campaign and inbound links, your fuel. Much of your success and results will be driven through each of the phrases targeted.

In this initial process of keyword research, it can be easy to go

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Mar 7, 2011 / by Scott Smoot

Why Big Brands Influence SEO and How Small Brands Can Benefit

I'm going to outline current beliefs on how brands affect SEO, and how to improve your brand in a way that will effect your rankings. Keep in mind this is a new and emerging aspect of SEO. Most of this is

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Mar 3, 2011 / by Greg Shuey

How to Start Reputation Management BEFORE You Have Problems

We get a lot of requests at SEO.com for reputation management services. Truth be told, they aren’t the most fun projects in the world, and often times it takes a few years to really clean up any negative results

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Mar 2, 2011 / by Kevin Phelps

How to Use Google Adwords Keyword Tool for SEO

While the Adwords tool is meant for PPC, it's also a vital tool when performing keyword research for SEO. Google Adwords identifies the number of searches for specific words or key phrases. However, many people leave with

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Mar 1, 2011 / by David Scoville

12 More SEO Idiots (or Experts) to Avoid

A few months ago, I posted 7 SEO idiots and subsequently received myriad ideas for other SEO idiots. Below you'll find 12 more SEO idiots with dialogue and oatmeal-like depictions. Thank you to everyone who submitted ideas. For those ideas I've used, I've given the comment author a link.

Poor

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Feb 25, 2011 / by David Malmborg

Content Farm Update Conspiracy?

Yesterday, Google launched the "farmer update," an update to clean up spammy content farms from the SERPs.

Content farms such as eHow, eZine, Mahalo are effected drastically in their rankings.

Now let's connect some dots!

  • About.com is a
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Feb 22, 2011 / by David Malmborg

Changing Landscape in Google’s SERPs May Indicate a Shift in Relevancy

During Pubcon last November, Matt Cutts asked in his keynote how many SEOs where focusing on the snippet found in the search results and doing Click-Through-Rate optimization. Not too many people raised their hand. Matt grinned and said something

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Feb 17, 2011 / by David Malmborg

Evidence Google is Ignoring the Title Tag

 

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So it has been shown to me by my personal mentor, D-Patt, that Matt Cutts discusses this in a video a little while back. The last 30 Seconds of the video speaks to me (obviously), and I would assume to many, since I showed my

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