Every year, the various SEO gurus, blogs, and agencies put out what they believe to be the secret formula for ranking better on the search engines. As we’ve discussed in detail many times in the past, there’s one thing that doesn’t change: quality content. If
If you’re like many who use Google+, you may not check your pages very often. With posting and monitoring tools out there, you might not log into your actual account very often. You should. Custom URLs are now available. For individual users, you should be
A little over a year ago, I stopped using the term, “EdgeRank” when referring to the algorithm that Facebook uses to determine when and where in the news feed that posts appear. Someone at Facebook had told me that it was no longer used so
It doesn’t get much bigger than that.
There are still many in the search engine optimization industry that are fighting the concept that Google (and Bing) is taking social signals into account at a high level when determining search rankings.
As you may have noticed, the Internet’s a crowded place. All it takes is a simple Google search to discover that you’re a small fish in a big pond. So how do you gain relevance in this type of environment?
Perhaps it’s the sports fan in me that simply won’t go away that made me look at this infographic and compare it to a starting lineup in baseball. I no longer watch baseball, but as an avid former fan (I lost interest after the strike
Many in the social media industry got started from search marketing. In early 2007, many in the SEO world started noticing the benefits that social held over the various search algorithms and gave it a look. From there, a lot of them were hooked.