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Is Having a High Exit Rate Bad

Is Having a High Exit Rate Bad

Is having a high exit rate bad? In pursuit determining whether Google is using analytics data to ranks SERPS, many ...
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How To Silo Your Website: The Masthead

How To Silo Your Website: The Masthead

One of the more powerful tools an SEO can use when setting up or fixing an existing website is siloing ...
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Is Google Stealing Your Content and Hijacking Your Traffic

Is Google Stealing Your Content and Hijacking Your Traffic

Google has long been an advocate of "build great content"; however, in reality, it's turning into "build great content ...
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What is Evergreen Content

What is Evergreen Content

Evergreen Content is a subject I talk about quite frequently on this blog, but it's not something I've ever devoted ...
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How to Write Blog Posts For Your Existing and Repeat Customers

How to Write Blog Posts For Your Existing and Repeat Customers

When you run a corporate blog sometimes it's difficult to come up with interesting topics on a regular basis. In ...
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Using Social Media Profiles for ORM

Using Social Media Profiles for ORM

Whenever you are involved in an ORM (Online Reputation Management) campaign, your goal is to displace negative results in the ...
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How Small and Local Businesses Can Use Facebook

How Small and Local Businesses Can Use Facebook

If there's one aspect of social media that mainstream press seems to love, it's Facebook. For this post we're going ...
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How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business

How to Use Coupon Codes to Promote your business

If you are an run an online ecommerce program, it's very likely that you have come up against the coupon ...
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Creating Microsites for ORM

Creating Microsites for ORM

Generally speaking, Using Microsites is a bad idea. However, Using Microsites is a good idea is when you are conducting ...
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Content Farms - What You Can Learn and Apply

Content Farms – What You Can Learn and Apply

While Google has taken action against content farms, from a strategic perspective I still think there are lessons that every ...
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How Businesses Should React to Negative Social Media & Reviews

How Businesses Should React to Negative Social Media & Reviews

Social Media still scares many businesses both large and small. But hiding from social media isn't the answer. The real ...
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How Google Plans to Steal More of Your Traffic

How Google Plans to Steal More of Your Traffic

At the SMX Advanced Conference in June of 2014, Danny Sullivan had a Question and Answer session with Matt Cutts ...
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Outbound Linking Can Boost Rankings

Outbound Linking Can Boost Rankings

Many of the poorly ranking websites that I am asked to fix share a common problem - they do not ...
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Simple Websites

Why Simple Websites Will Always Lead to Better SEO

Earlier this year it was discovered that Google was having a problem crawling Apple's website and, as a result, direct links ...
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Is a High Bounce Rate Bad?

Is a High Bounce Rate Bad?

Is having a high bounce rate bad? It depends. In this post, we will be looking at bounce rate in ...
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How Google Continues to Kill Organic Results

How Google Continues to Kill Organic Results

As someone who has been involved in the search industry for over a decade, one of the things that really ...
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Why Website Owners Should Be Using Pinterest

Why Website Owners Should Be Using Pinterest

A lot has been said and written about Pinterest in the past few weeks and months, from how marketers can ...
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When To Pay Top Dollar for Copy

When To Pay Top Dollar for Copy

It took Leo Tolstoy six years to craft the 460,000-word War and Peace. A cheap copywriting service could churn out ...
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Tips on How To Improve Your Website - Checklist

Tips on How To Improve Your Website – Checklist

At the dawn of the internet websites were created without much thought as to what changes, if any, would need ...
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How Google is Filled With Hypocrisy and Will Steal Your Intellectual Property

How Google is Filled With Hypocrisy and Will Steal Your Intellectual Property

If there is one thing Google is good at, it's framing themselves and their actions as being "good for the ...
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How Google Profiles SEO's

How Google Profiles SEO’s

At SMX one of the more contentious subjects was the debate over Google's Android Phone giveaway, and demonstration that they ...
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Facebook and Google+ Competing For Your Attention

Facebook and Google+ Competing For Your Attention

With the launch of Google+, the inevitable tech fan boys preaching the downfall of Facebook--because a new shiny cat toy ...
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Why Google Doesn't Like to Talk About Updates

Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates

One of the recurring themes I've been seeing in the past few months, comes from web publishers trying to confirm ...
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Building a Niche Website

Building a Niche Website

Tips on how to build a successful niche website, that is easy to run and doesn't require much maintenance ...
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How To Silo Your Website: The Footer

How To Silo Your Website: The Footer

This post is part of a series on How to Silo Your Website. The other parts in the series are: ...
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Using Images for Better Linkbait

Using Images for Better Linkbait

The following is part of a series on image optimization. In this post, we’re going to be talking about images ...
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Personalized Google News - Will That be on the Test

Personalized Google News – Will That be on the Test

For a moment, I'd like you to think back to high school. Remember how there was always that one kid ...
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Facebook vs Twitter: Which is More Valuable?

Facebook vs Twitter: Which is More Valuable?

Recently there has been a lot of talk about Facebook versus Twitter and which is more valuable to web publishers ...
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Don't Put All Your Eggs in the Facebook Basket

Don’t Put All Your Eggs in the Facebook Basket

While Facebook may be a hot marketing tool right now, there is danger in putting too much effort into making ...
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Eric Schmidt, The Wall Street Journal and Personalized Search

Early Friday morning the Wall Street Journal published an op-ed piece from Eric Schmidt on how Google can help the ...
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Let's Talk about Keyword Density

Let’s Talk about Keyword Density

Recently, I received an email question wanting to know about keyword density, asking questions like how do I deal with ...
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How to Speed Up Your Wordpress Website

How to Speed Up Your WordPress Website

"out of the box" wordpress is neither SEO friendly, or configured for performance...Right now, wordpress is running on over 10 ...
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Why Google Thinks SPYW is a Good Idea and You Probably Don't

Why Google Thinks SPYW is a Good Idea and You Probably Don’t

In a recent statement Larry Page said if you don't get SPYW then maybe you shouldn't work at Google. To ...
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Did Matt Cutts Expose a Hole in Digg

Last week Matt Cutts made a post about how to connect your Linux computer to a Wii balance board using ...
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Why It's OK to Offend People in Social Media

Why It’s OK to Offend People in Social Media

Recently, Kenneth Cole took a bit of criticism in the social media space for making what many considered an insensitive ...
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Optimizing for Creative Commons Images

Optimizing for Creative Commons Images

The following post is part of a series on image optimization. In this post we're going to look at optimization ...
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Cleaning Up After Google’s URL Mess

Recently Google announced the release of their own URL shortening service, Goo.gl. If we put aside the data gathering aspects ...
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Thesis is a Wordpress Framework Not a Design and Why That Matters for SEO

Thesis is a WordPress Framework Not a Design and Why That Matters for SEO

When I mention Thesis a lot of people don't really get the value of it, to them Thesis is just ...
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Facebook Brand Page Timeline Checklist

Facebook Brand Page Timeline Checklist

Starting March 30th, all Facebook brand pages and profile pages will be switching to the new timeline format. Some brands ...
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How Long Should Page Titles Be - The Social Media Factor

How Long Should Page Titles Be – The Social Media Factor

Ever since the early days of SEO, the ideal title length has been the subject of much debate. Back then, ...
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Receipt Scanning Software & Business Card Scanning Software - Shoeboxed review

Receipt Scanning Software & Business Card Scanning Software – Shoeboxed review

The following is a review of Shoeboxed.com, a receipt scanning and business card scanning service ...
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SEO Secrets, Tips & Tricks - Why it's Not Worth Your Time

SEO Secrets, Tips & Tricks – Why it’s Not Worth Your Time

Whenever I go to a conference, or at least a dozen times a week by email, I get asked "What ...
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Why You Need Different Templates for Your Website

Why You Need Different Templates for Your Website

Recently I've been talking with some friends who don't fit into the traditional SEO, publisher, or writer-with-delusional-dreams-of-becoming-a-famous-blogging-rock-star categories. They want ...
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25 Things I'd like to See Google Fix

25 Things I’d like to See Google Fix

While I'm well known for being critical of many of the things Google does, I'm also a power user of ...
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How to Create an Amazing About Us Page

How to Create an Amazing About Us Page

About Us pages are one of the essential elements of a trusted website (see How to Make Your Website Seem ...
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How to Cross Post From Twitter to Your Facebook Page

How to Cross Post From Twitter to Your Facebook Page

One of the questions I get asked by clients who are developing a social media strategy is should I cross ...
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6 Tools & Tips to Help You Improve Your Blog Posts

I was having a a few conversations on twitter last week. It was clear that more than one person needed ...
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The Big Fat RSS Lie

Anytime a social media consultant starts talking to prospective clients and they bring up blogging, they talk about how RSS ...
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I Wish We Had Google Understand Not Google Instant Search

I Wish We Had Google Understand Not Google Instant Search

Earlier this week Google launched the latest iteration of the SERP's, Google Instant. While I, like everyone else, had fun ...
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The Google Holiday Update Conspiracy Theory

The Google Holiday Update Conspiracy Theory

For the past few years, right before the prime 4th quarter holiday selling period, Google pushes out an update that ...
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Is Having a High Exit Rate Bad

Is Having a High Exit Rate Bad

Is having a high exit rate bad? In pursuit determining whether Google is using analytics data to ranks SERPS, many ...
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AdSense Arbitrage: Tips, Tricks and Secrets

AdSense Arbitrage: Tips, Tricks and Secrets

If you frequent any of the AdSense forums chances are you've come across the phrase 'AdSense Arbitrage', while it's been ...
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How Can So Many PHD's Be So Wrong

How Can So Many PHD’s Be So Wrong

There's a famous saying that if you put enough chimpanzees in front of enough typewriters eventually you'll end up with ...
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Matt Cutts on Link Brothels

Matt Cutts on Link Brothels

So one of the more interesting panels at Pubcon was the organic site review with panelists, Tim Mayer, Matt Cutts, ...
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Google and Deep Crawling

Google and Deep Crawling

I'm having quite a bit of difficulty getting deep crawls from Google recently. Adding new subdomains to existing sites in ...
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How Google Plans to Steal More of Your Traffic

How Google Plans to Steal More of Your Traffic

At the SMX Advanced Conference in June of 2014, Danny Sullivan had a Question and Answer session with Matt Cutts ...
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Google News is Getting the Date Wrong on Old News Stories

Google News is Getting the Date Wrong on Old News Stories

Last week there was a bit of a brouhaha over Google news incorrectly giving the wrong date for a news ...
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Google Needs to Stop Being a Crybaby About Paid Links

The following post is a response to Matt Cutts blog and the Official Google Blog, please stop being a bunch ...
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Google MFA and No Way Out!

I know Werty showed something similar to this at pubcon, but this is as bad as I've ever seen it ...
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FeedProxy.Google.com What The Heck is That

FeedProxy.Google.com What The Heck is That

So What the heck is feedproxy.google.com why is it out there, what's it being used for, why is google letting ...
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The Only Real Hoax is that Google Treats Everyone The Same

The Only Real Hoax is that Google Treats Everyone The Same

Lately there's been quite a bit of brouhaha over a fairly popular bit of hoax marketing involving a teenager, stolen ...
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Is Matt Cutts Pulling the "I Did You a Favor" Card

Is Matt Cutts Pulling the “I Did You a Favor” Card

C'mon Matt you either do things because they are the right thing to do or don't do them at all, ...
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Is a High Bounce Rate Bad?

Is a High Bounce Rate Bad?

Is having a high bounce rate bad? It depends. In this post, we will be looking at bounce rate in ...
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How Google Continues to Kill Organic Results

How Google Continues to Kill Organic Results

As someone who has been involved in the search industry for over a decade, one of the things that really ...
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Google Adds Paid Links Reporting

Google Adds Paid Links Reporting

Google added a new section to webmaster central today entitled "report paid links". How anyone other than me or quite ...
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Google: Greed over a Rollback

Google: Greed over a Rollback

Google recently announced they were updating the Adwords Quality Score, however it appears that there is a bug that raises ...
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How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.

How to Add Search Shortcuts to Google Chrome.

Last week Danny Sullivan twittered he was looking for a creative commons image to use. Christine Churchill poked a little ...
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How Google is Filled With Hypocrisy and Will Steal Your Intellectual Property

How Google is Filled With Hypocrisy and Will Steal Your Intellectual Property

If there is one thing Google is good at, it's framing themselves and their actions as being "good for the ...
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How I Got Lost Using Google Maps and the iPhone

Over the years chances are you've seen stories about Google Maps or similar services sending people off course, sometimes by ...
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How Google Profiles SEO's

How Google Profiles SEO’s

At SMX one of the more contentious subjects was the debate over Google's Android Phone giveaway, and demonstration that they ...
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Google Not Afraid to Big & Ugly for Your Data

Google Not Afraid to Big & Ugly for Your Data

In a non logged in account in IE Google is not afraid to get big and ugly to get you ...
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New Ad Format For Image Search

New Ad Format For Image Search

Had to redact the terms (sorry) but here's a new advertising format I cam across while doing image searchs ...
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Why Big Brand Media Sites Are The Real Cesspool of the Internet

Eric Schmidt of Google famously remarked last year that "The internet is fast becoming a cesspool where false information thrives" ...
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Adwords Pricing - Things That Make You Go Hmm...

Adwords Pricing – Things That Make You Go Hmm…

So I'm bidding on a keyword where I'm the only person running an ad. It's getting between 1,000 and 1,500 ...
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Personalized Google News - Will That be on the Test

Personalized Google News – Will That be on the Test

For a moment, I'd like you to think back to high school. Remember how there was always that one kid ...
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Eric Schmidt, The Wall Street Journal and Personalized Search

Early Friday morning the Wall Street Journal published an op-ed piece from Eric Schmidt on how Google can help the ...
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Google Search Tricks, Tips and Hints

Google Search Tricks, Tips and Hints

Even though I work in the search engine space I have a lot of the same bad search habits that ...
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Optimal Titles: SEO Case Study

Optimal Titles: SEO Case Study

SEO Case Study: Optimal Title Structure Experiment: To determine what the optimal structure is for a title soley for page ...
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Google, Dictionaries and SEO

Google, Dictionaries and SEO

One of the things toolbars and personalized search will do is reduce algo busting to the equivalent of speaking Latin ...
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Sitelinks - Now That's Interesting

Sitelinks – Now That’s Interesting

Oh apostrophe you give and then you take away (and suggest) ...
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Why Google Thinks SPYW is a Good Idea and You Probably Don't

Why Google Thinks SPYW is a Good Idea and You Probably Don’t

In a recent statement Larry Page said if you don't get SPYW then maybe you shouldn't work at Google. To ...
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Reinstating Your Google AdWords Account

Reinstating Your Google AdWords Account

That was the exact subject of an email I got from Google Adwords today. Um hey Google maybe you might ...
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Profits Murdered By Google Adwords

There's been quite a bit of noise in the SEM space about some of the recent changes made by the ...
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Hewlett Packard Giving Away Free Templates With Embedded Links

Hewlett Packard Giving Away Free Templates With Embedded Links

Seems the giving away free templates with embedded keyword rich links has filtered up to the fortune 500 level as ...
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Why Does Gmail User Agent Cloaking

Why Does Gmail User Agent Cloaking

Have a Gmail account? Log in unless you've set your preference otherwise you'll get the AJAX UI. Now change your ...
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More Paid Links Double Talk

More Paid Links Double Talk

Hey Matt if you said this: Users don't want to see results sorted by who has the biggest pocketbook. Then ...
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AdSense Arbitrage: Keyword Selection

In part I AdSense Arbitrage: Tips, Tricks & Secrets we went over the basics of how AdSense arbitrage works. In ...
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Google has it’s Head up Wikipedias Ass

C'mon Google WTF how can you possibly say that Wikipedia deserves to above Delicious for the search term [delicious] screen ...
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Mosquito Ringtones and why New York Times Cloaking Sucks for Usability

Mosquito Ringtones and why New York Times Cloaking Sucks for Usability

Go ahead search for [mosquito ringtone] which do you think is better CLOAKED New York Times Article or a the ...
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Adwords Quality Score Interview

Adwords Quality Score Interview

If you're interested in reading what I have to say about the adwords quality score check out An Interview With ...
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My Website Isn't Banned

My Website Isn’t Banned in Google

This post is a follow up to is my website banned in Google. Looking at the screen shot below you ...
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Google Maps and Click to Call

Google Maps and Click to Call

So I've been playing with some local/maps features and tried "click to call" and found it was pretty cool and ...
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Get Paid Links from the US Olympic Team

Get Paid Links from the US Olympic Team

So hey Google care to explain why this isn't a paid link page? Any reason you haven't dinged the page ...
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More Adwords Quality Stupidity

So exactly why do I have to raise my bids to $0.20 and $0.30 for terms like [michael gray] , ...
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What Google Knols Can Teach You About Google's Philosophy

What Google Knols Can Teach You About Google’s Philosophy

Last week with the announcement of Google Knols, much of the conversation centered around how this was going to affect ...
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How to Turn Google Knols into an MFA Scraper

How to Turn Google Knols into an MFA Scraper

The following is purely hypothetical and should not be taken as advice or a suggestion ...
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Is Google Pushing Universal Results

Doing a vanity search for myself I noticed something interesting, here's a screen shot when you list the top 20 ...
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Who Can Stop Google From Gaining 90% Market Share

Who Can Stop Google From Gaining 90% Market Share

So Jason is predicting that "Google will have 90% search market share in the US one year from now", and ...
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25 Things I'd like to See Google Fix

25 Things I’d like to See Google Fix

While I'm well known for being critical of many of the things Google does, I'm also a power user of ...
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Google Bombs Defused … Not

So coming back from SMX (more on that later) I see a trackback from SEL about GWB ranking for [who ...
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How To Silo Your Website: The Masthead

How To Silo Your Website: The Masthead

One of the more powerful tools an SEO can use when setting up or fixing an existing website is siloing ...
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Is Google Stealing Your Content and Hijacking Your Traffic

Is Google Stealing Your Content and Hijacking Your Traffic

Google has long been an advocate of "build great content"; however, in reality, it's turning into "build great content ...
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What is Evergreen Content

What is Evergreen Content

Evergreen Content is a subject I talk about quite frequently on this blog, but it's not something I've ever devoted ...
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Google Says Screw Accuracy as Long As You're An Authority

Google Says Screw Accuracy as Long As You’re An Authority

I've often chided google for trusting wikipedia so much when Wikipedia says we don't care about accuracy or truth, just ...
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How to Write Blog Posts For Your Existing and Repeat Customers

How to Write Blog Posts For Your Existing and Repeat Customers

When you run a corporate blog sometimes it's difficult to come up with interesting topics on a regular basis. In ...
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How to Get Reviews For Your Website

How to Get Reviews For Your Website

Reviews are an extremely powerful asset for many websites. They can provide a continual stream of fresh, new, and unique ...
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No Optimizer Left Behind

No Optimizer Left Behind

While I was off doing some work Jill and Lisa engaged in a debate over whether or not we need ...
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Creating Microsites for ORM

Creating Microsites for ORM

Generally speaking, Using Microsites is a bad idea. However, Using Microsites is a good idea is when you are conducting ...
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Traffic Down From Panda Update - Diversify Your Traffic Sources

Traffic Down From Panda Update – Diversify Your Traffic Sources

Recently Google had an update and some webmasters were significantly impacted. Google has had many big updates and will have ...
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Matt Cutts on Link Brothels

Matt Cutts on Link Brothels

So one of the more interesting panels at Pubcon was the organic site review with panelists, Tim Mayer, Matt Cutts, ...
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Google and Deep Crawling

Google and Deep Crawling

I'm having quite a bit of difficulty getting deep crawls from Google recently. Adding new subdomains to existing sites in ...
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Content Farms - What You Can Learn and Apply

Content Farms – What You Can Learn and Apply

While Google has taken action against content farms, from a strategic perspective I still think there are lessons that every ...
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Outbound Linking Can Boost Rankings

Outbound Linking Can Boost Rankings

Many of the poorly ranking websites that I am asked to fix share a common problem - they do not ...
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Foreign Languages As A Competitive Differentiator

Foreign Languages As A Competitive Differentiator

A common issue online marketers have is coming up with unique differentiators. SEOs have this problem - it takes virtually ...
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Pubcon Recap

Pubcon Recap

This post will be my brain dump for all things pubcon ...
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Simple Websites

Why Simple Websites Will Always Lead to Better SEO

Earlier this year it was discovered that Google was having a problem crawling Apple's website and, as a result, direct links ...
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How Google Continues to Kill Organic Results

How Google Continues to Kill Organic Results

As someone who has been involved in the search industry for over a decade, one of the things that really ...
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When To Pay Top Dollar for Copy

When To Pay Top Dollar for Copy

It took Leo Tolstoy six years to craft the 460,000-word War and Peace. A cheap copywriting service could churn out ...
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Tips on How To Improve Your Website - Checklist

Tips on How To Improve Your Website – Checklist

At the dawn of the internet websites were created without much thought as to what changes, if any, would need ...
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No More Link Begging: 4 Engagement Methods for Content-Based Link Building

No More Link Begging: 4 Engagement Methods for Content-Based Link Building

Link begging is the practice of identifying link prospects, usually through competitor backlink analysis, and then contacting each one of ...
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Why Rank Checking Is Not Critical (at least for me)

Why Rank Checking Is Not Critical (at least for me)

Recently, I was talking with Graywolf about rank checking, a topic that we disagree on. Personally, I really enjoy debating ...
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Google Sandbox Patent?

Google Sandbox Patent?

I picked this up from Rustybrick who got it from SearchEngineWatch. Looks interesting the whole thing is here. [0077] The ...
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Where to Get Photos for Your Website or Blog

Where to Get Photos for Your Website or Blog

The following is part of a series on image optimization. In this post we're going to be looking at sources ...
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Why Google Doesn't Like to Talk About Updates

Why Google Doesn’t Like to Talk About Updates

One of the recurring themes I've been seeing in the past few months, comes from web publishers trying to confirm ...
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Building a Niche Website

Building a Niche Website

Tips on how to build a successful niche website, that is easy to run and doesn't require much maintenance ...
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Use Scribe SEO to Optimize Your Wordpress Posts

Use Scribe SEO to Optimize Your WordPress Posts

As you know I'm a big fan of the Wordpress platform. Although it's not the most optimal platform, there's no ...
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Picture Bait

Ok I am so getting out ahead of the pack on this one and am taking full credit for coining ...
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How To Silo Your Website: The Footer

How To Silo Your Website: The Footer

This post is part of a series on How to Silo Your Website. The other parts in the series are: ...
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Using Images for Better Linkbait

Using Images for Better Linkbait

The following is part of a series on image optimization. In this post, we’re going to be talking about images ...
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Why Old School Real Estate Brands are Losing to New Web 2.0 Innovators

Why Old School Real Estate Brands are Losing to New Web 2.0 Innovators

The following is a Guest Post from Joe Hall. The internet is changing the real estate industry on a daily ...
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MTA LIRR - All Train Schedules

Why No Follow Can Break The Web

I was looking up train schedules today and came across a complete missuse of the nofollow tag. The way these ...
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Let's Talk about Keyword Density

Let’s Talk about Keyword Density

Recently, I received an email question wanting to know about keyword density, asking questions like how do I deal with ...
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Optimal Titles: SEO Case Study

Optimal Titles: SEO Case Study

SEO Case Study: Optimal Title Structure Experiment: To determine what the optimal structure is for a title soley for page ...
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How to Build an Effective Footer

How to Build an Effective Footer

Footers are one of the most often underused, misused and abused areas of a website. In this post, I'll be ...
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Seth Is Wrong On Paid vs Free Journalism

Seth Is Wrong On Paid vs Free Journalism

I've been writing about thinking critically recently and the Malcolm vs Chris vs Seth thing is great fodder ...
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Google, Dictionaries and SEO

Google, Dictionaries and SEO

One of the things toolbars and personalized search will do is reduce algo busting to the equivalent of speaking Latin ...
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Hey Google Can We Get a Clear Cloaking and First Click Free Explanation

Hey Google Can We Get a Clear Cloaking and First Click Free Explanation

One of the more common questions I get from people is how do I show my paid context to search ...
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Lodefizzle

Lodefizzle this is a zugzwang post so avert your eyes nothing to see. Trying to find the meaning of life ...
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Tips for Buying Old Sites

Tips for Buying Old Sites

Today's post is a question from Max Capener, who wants to know what's the best way to handle old sites ...
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Testing the OOP Part II

Testing the OOP Part II

Well that didn't take long [serps] ...
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How Often Should You Update Evergreen Content

How Often Should You Update Evergreen Content

The idea of evergreen content is that it is essentially unchanging, intended to last "a long time,"and have little or ...
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KISS SEO - Keep it Simple Stupid

KISS SEO – Keep it Simple Stupid

The following is a Guest Post from Michael Martin. When performing SEO its best to first implement the KISS strategy, ...
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The Power of Internal Links

The Power of Internal Links

I often talk about the power of internal links and how they can be very effective at helping you use ...
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SEO Experiment

SEO Experiment

Let's see who was paying attention to Jedi Master Rand Fishkin this week and can figure out why I posted ...
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Good Karma and Keyword Research

Good Karma and Keyword Research

Good Karma on WebmasterRadio which is hosted by Greg Niland (aka GoodROI) is targeted at some of the newer SEO's ...
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How To Figure Out What Parts of Your Website Aren't Being Crawled

How To Figure Out What Parts of Your Website Aren’t Being Crawled

When Google took away the supplemental index last year, they killed one of the key diagnostic tools in the SEO's ...
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Optimizing for Creative Commons Images

Optimizing for Creative Commons Images

The following post is part of a series on image optimization. In this post we're going to look at optimization ...
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Mosquito Ringtones and why New York Times Cloaking Sucks for Usability

Mosquito Ringtones and why New York Times Cloaking Sucks for Usability

Go ahead search for [mosquito ringtone] which do you think is better CLOAKED New York Times Article or a the ...
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Are All Links Valued the Same

Are All Links Valued the Same

Today's post is a question from Jason who asks the following question: Are all links really the same? If a ...
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Web Tools: Color palates

Back when the web was new responsible designers were only supposed to use the websafe color palette. This consisted of ...
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