Posted by FeliciaCrawford
Ah, the holidays! This is the time of year when we give our thanks and make our wishes, when new and old meld happily together like hot buttered rum and Grandma's pistachio fudge.
There's been a lot of newness this year for Moz. As the smilin' face behind live chat, I've had the good fortune to meet many of you as you embark upon your Mozzy journey for the first time. And throughout 2014 alone, we welcomed more than two dozen new Mozlings into our family!
Up until this past week, the ability to search for Facebook information that one of your friends posted was impossible, and the only way to find it required knowing the person who wrote it and scrolling through all of their posts; a very time consuming task.
Posted by 5le
The decision to focus your site on an international audience is a big step and one fraught with complexities. There are, of course, issues to deal with around language and user experience, but in addition there are some big technical choices to make including what domains to use.
Posted by randfish
It wasn't too long ago that there was significant tension between information architects and SEOs; one group wanted to make things easier for humans, the other for search engines. That line is largely disappearing, and there are several best practices in IA that can lead to great benefits in search. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand explains what they are and how we can benefit from them.
For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard!
It is no secret that Majestic will have the most comprehensive data set to analyse your sites. Not only that, you can also gather information on your competitors also. Analysing your competitors is a great way to catch some links that you may be missing from your link profile. Easy competitor analysis The Clique Hunter…
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