It’s no secret that as underutilized as it is in the social media world, Google+ has been a powerhouse for search engine optimization. From personalized search results to improving organic reach, the Google+ platform has been a go to source to start building SEO for businesses. Google+’s number one spot might change as a result of an upcoming platform reorganization.
The practices of Social Media Marketing, or SMM, and Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, are two strategies that are associated to each other in a number of ways. They are both strategies that have their prime focus on developing an alluring identity for the brand, which helps in attracting visitors naturally.
Did you ever wish you could understand how an expert looks at a problem before developing a strategy to solve it? Alan Bleiweiss is an expert who specializes in forensic site audits, and his recent Moz Case Study: One Site’s Recovery from an Ugly SEO Mess takes us into his thought process and the steps used to analyze what is happening.
We may have skipped out on our 2014 predictions, but with the popularity of our 2013 SMB predictions post we thought that sharing our small business SEO outlook for the year 2015 was worth the effort. So what exactly can we expect to see happen with search engine optimization in the new year?
You may or may not be totally comfortable with Google+ for business but it is very important that you don’t underestimate what it can do for you. It can help to strengthen your social interactions online and it can do so much more. It can help you to become an influencer, which is an extremely important position to be in.
The search industry, and SEO as a whole, has come a long way from the days of link bait tactics and keyword stuffing, developing at an unparalleled rate. While old school SEO focused solely on keywords and targeted search engines, modern search engine optimization has become much more sophisticated and integrated.
Do you want to rank higher in Google search results? Are you wondering how to make your website more appealing and Google friendly? Wonder no more! This infographic proposes 11 tips on how to make your blog posts search-engine-friendly.
Scaled guest blogging for links is partially to blame for the proliferation of content across many verticals on the Internet today. A percentage of it is “Crap – The Content Marketing Deluge,” as described by Velocity Partners. According to The Content Promotion Manifesto, 2.73 million blog posts are published every day. It's noisy out there.