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IMAGE: How to create an Advanced Report

If you have lots of data to review but are unsure how to create a report, to really drill down into the information, then our reporting system should make things simpler! Check out the image below as it talks you through five steps to help you produce manageable sized reports. Deep analysis doesn’t need to…

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Subdomains vs. Subfolders, Rel Canonical vs. 301, and How to Structure Links for SEO - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by randfish

There are some basic questions about SEO that come up really frequently, and it's often easy to assume an answer that isn't exactly right. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand tackles three of them:

Enhanced Reporting Now Available in Moz Local

Posted by David-Mihm

As we approach Moz Local's first birthday—just over six weeks away—I'm excited to share with you our second major feature release since launch!

For those of you who are already managing your local search listings through Moz Local, this feature is available as of today for all accounts. For those of you who aren't yet customers, we hope this release provides a few more reasons to sign up.

Read on for more detailed information about what we're releasing and why we're so excited about these new features.

Demonstrating Your Value as a Link Builder.

In her latest column on SearchEngineWatch.com, Julie Joyce asked the question, ‘Why is link development so expensive?’ It’s a great question – and probably one that our clients or bosses ask more often than we would like to imagine. Joyce explains that good link work can’t be done on the cheap. It takes a lot…

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Google's Matt Cutts on SEO: A Retrospective (2011-2014)

Panda. Google vs. Bing. Penguin. Guest blogging. The years of 2011 to 2014 were nothing short of tumultuous for the search industry. And as the voice and face of Google, Matt Cutts felt the wrath of angry webmasters and marketers.