Google has been talking about the Knowledge Vault, an upgraded Knowledge Graph that touts "automatic knowledge base construction" and doesn't rely on community-curated databases.
When dealing with Panda attacks, it’s extremely important to understand user engagement from both a desktop and mobile standpoint. Webmasters need to understand both the percentage of mobile users hitting their sites and how happy those users are. That
In this interview with Ira Haberman, Director of Marketing for Atomic Reach, find out some very big mistakes you might be making, how to write so your audience will feel it in their hearts and why SEO doesn't work like it used to.
Posted by petebray
What factors go into determining how many Twitter followers you gain (and lose) each day?
I was driven in part by Rand Fishkin's recent "mad scientist" experimentation that he touched on at MozCon. There, he noted that his tweets with images resulted in significant follower losses.
Do they? And what other behaviors result in more (or fewer) followers?
I've found some interesting gems.
Everyone uses Majestic slightly differently. Different users require different tools, different data and have different priorities. By changing your settings, you can customise your account personal to you, making Majestic even easier to use in your day to day. The Settings can be found when you hover over your account name. The first option you […]
Posted by MarieHaynes
There has been a lot of talk lately about negative SEO. Does it really happen? If so, should you be worried? How do you know whether someone is attempting to attack you with negative SEO? And what should you do to protect yourself? The purpose of this article is to shed some light on the subject, and hopefully to reduce some of the fear exists in this area.
What is negative SEO?
A look at what to expect from the Google Penguin 3.0 rollout and how it's likely to affect search marketing best practices.
Posted by EllieWilkinson
Hey Moz fans! I'm Ellie, and I'm part of the newly formed Customer Success team at Moz. As part of the "S" team, I work to teach customers how to be successful marketers and awesome Moz users.
Whether you're an old pro or a newb, we want to help you achieve your marketing goals. That's why the Success Team and the Help Team at Moz decided to put together some tips and tricks to bring your Moz knowledge to the next level. Think of them as "power-ups" for your Moz boss fights!