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Link Building Is Necessary, Not Evil

Poor link building has developed a pretty bad reputation over the last decade of search engine marketing. Clients who have a little knowledge about the subject think that link building means spammy practices and black hat applications. But this surface-level interpretation has made things difficult for agencies and SEO professionals to do their job. The bottom […]

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Packing Your 2015 Content Marketing Lunch Box

It’s already December and if you haven’t started your 2015 marketing planning, the time to do so is now. The internet today is overflowing with “content” and companies are being sold on content marketing strategies that are going to rule the world. Digital marketers are correct in encouraging organizations to place content before product when […]


Google Life Post Penguin 3.0 Update

Google, Google, Google, what are we going to do with you? It’s been a week since you updated the Penguin algorithm, surprising us all with an unexpected version Penguin 3.0. Unlike the majority of previous updates, Penguin 3.0 was confirmed with a 24-hour window and very little details. While most SEO pros knew that 3.0 […]


What To Do with Google’s Exact-Match Removal

AdWords savvy individuals are likely scratching their heads in confusion following Google’s recent decision to take away exact-match keyword targeting. Keyword research has never been easy. But soon it will be far more difficult than it has ever been before. As SEO professionals, the ability to control your search landscape is safe and infallible. Taking […]

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Sending the Right Social Media Signals

Are social media signals a real factor when it comes to SEO ranking signals? This is not an easy question to answer, even as an SEO professional. Why? Well, for starters, Google doesn’t even really know or, maybe more accurately, they can’t seem to pick a stance. Let’s start from the beginning. In 2010, Google’s […]


Perfecting Paid Search to Make Every Click Count

For many SEO experts, paid search is both a blessing and curse. If optimized correctly from the get-go, pay-per-click campaigns can do wonders for your clients, particularly e-commerce clients. With the vast developments in Google AdWords, Google Shopping, Bing Ads, and even Facebook Advertising, paid search is more valuable than ever before. Product listings have […]

Mobile SEO

Giving Mobile Search Its Due Respect

Google’s recent announcement that “mobile search volume may exceed desktop search volume by end of year 2014” had a lot of us SEOs stopping in our tracks. We’ve all known about mobile’s potential in the SEO realm for quite some time, but imagining a world where search volume on mobile devices surpasses desktop/laptop search volume […]