Posted by randfish
Link building is nowhere near dead, and some of the best link opportunities can be discovered by setting up email alerts for various things that are published on the web. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand runs through eight specific types of alerts that you can implement today for improved SEO.
For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard!
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When I started taking on more clients, most of them didn't "deserve" to outrank some of the household name brands they outranked, but I didn't care. I was a keyword-stuffing, spam-creating machine.
For the first time ever, Majestic SEO is going to be in Milan next week, for The Social Business Forum, which opens from July 1st until the 2nd. The social event is focused on employee empowerment, customer engagement and collaborative innovation so we are excited to be involved in the show, and explain how Majestic […]
Posted by SimonPenson
The way we consume content is changing at a faster pace than at any time in history.
While the shift from print to digital was seismic from a structural perspective, things have not stopped moving ever since.
Even if you've decided to "go mobile," you may be losing an average of 68 percent of smartphone traffic. New BrightEdge research looks at the various types of mobile solutions and how they affect important outcomes like rankings and traffic.
Posted by gfiorelli1
Sometimes we don’t need to travel to exotic linked data sources to discover treasure troves of precious information about our audience's desires, aspirations, fears, and complaints.
Sometimes that treasure is just far as a phone call to the customer care department.
Sometimes it is just a click away in the Q&A and/or Forum section of our site.
Posted by Carson-Ward
Insufficient credibility undermines digital marketing, particularly among SEOs who now produce or promote content as part of their job. People won't share content that isn't credible; they know the things they share reflect on them and impacts their own credibility. While the importance of credibility gets mentioned in passing, little has been said about
how to actually build it, until now.
Your Guide to Establishing Credibility