Sometimes forces outside of your control send a once awesome website spiraling to its revenue death. That's been the case for BBGeeks in the last 14 months or so. The absolute SMACKDOWN that RIM (and it's beloved BlackBerry) has taken from the ... Read More
SEO – Page 2
Below you’ll find all of the posts filed under the SEO category. SEO isn’t an exact science no matter how many folks may try to convince you that they have all the answers… mainly because the engines keep their algorithms a secret.
Some parts of SEO are “evergreen” meaning that they are pretty standard, agreed upon and “non changing” in nature (like making use of title tags and that link building is important if you want to rank). However, many aspects of SEO are about theory and who can guess (from experience and testing) the best. And I do my best to put my experience and love of testing to use.
Honestly, I knew almost immediately upon meeting my husband that I was going to end up married to him. When he proposed to me during a game of poker, I immediately said yes. Then I went and registered domains and twitter handles with different ... Read More
After having spent more than a decade in this industry as both an affiliate marketer and a provider of various SEO services, I've seen a lot of new folks enter the ranks, with their aim being to become a successful SEO consultant. And as a ... Read More
I've been asking my readers and subscribers for feedback on what they find to be obstacles to finding success with affiliate marketing. As a result, I've been learning a bit about what I take for granted as far as SEO knowledge goes. At the top ... Read More
The site structure of the Sugarrae blog has changed several times over the years. Sometimes for testing, sometimes for "bettering" SEO. This blog has been moved from Moveable Type to Expression Engine to WordPress. The internal linking ... Read More
Hard to believe, but it's been almost FIVE YEARS since I wrote my original primer for small business SEO basics. Now, the below information is intended to be extremely basic. If you run an e-Commerce store, dynamically generated website, ... Read More
Wednesday I posted an interview I did with Oliver Roup after accidentally stumbling onto his company, VigLink, through an article in Internet Retailer. And something pretty interesting resulted from it - well, interesting to me as an SEO anyway. ... Read More
The following is a guest post from the kick ass Dawn Wentzell. If you are a merchant or "real business" wanting to improve your Google Places ranking with safe tactics, you need to read this one... Dealing with local search can be a headache for ... Read More
I don't remember what I was doing today that caused me to even pay attention to the following, but while doing a search I noticed that Google was keeping my first query of the session as a parameter in the URL string, no matter what, as I kept ... Read More
Google Instant. SEO is dead. Yes, I’m sick of hearing about it too. But, Greg Boser alerted me via Twitter today that TechCrunch had made a blog post that showed a clear misunderstanding of Google Instant in regards to SEO: “SEO (Search engine ... Read More
Almost three years ago I did a blog post as a response to Shari Thurow and a column she had written stating that Blackhats were worthless, shady criminals. In it she stated: "Unfortunately, I have been an expert witness in legal cases involving SEO ... Read More
Someone pointed out a post to me that Advertising Age did a few days ago called “Meet the Brands Hiding on Google.” I’m assuming it was because they knew sending me something that got me a little riled meant I’d go off on a tangent and write a post ... Read More