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Tech SEO Description & Job Requisition

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How to Hire an Technical SEO Web DeveloperA programmer is a programmer, right? Wrong. There are so many variables to consider when hiring someone as your in-house webmaster that it's almost impossible to figure out where to start. Programmers are a culture all of their own. Depending on their...


How CosmeticSurgeryBakersfield.com Gets Away with Search Spam

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For an inbound marketer, there is no feeling worse than watching a competitor game their way to the top of search results. While you're out there spending money on public relations, helping the community, and building the absolute best reputation of anyone in your industry, your competitor has his...


How to Best Handle Mobile Optimization

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With up to 35% of web traffic now coming from mobile devices, optimizing for mobile users has never been more critical. There are two components to mobile optimization to consider: Conversion Rate Optimization (MCRO) and Search Engine Optimization (MSEO). Conversion rates could affect search...


Duplicate Content Penalties: How to Avoid Them

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Most online authors and publishers try very hard to avoid duplicate content when producing articles and posts that hopefully can convert to sales. A smaller group of authors however, live off the sweat of other people's website content and it is no wonder many of them are referred to as...


Using Big Data to Get Big SEO Results

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What Exactly is Big Data?You've been to conferences and hear the phrase thrown around quite a bit lately, or you see the buzzword emerging at Inbound.org, but do you really "get" what the phrase big data refers to? Allow me to give you my interpretation: On an ecommerce website, I like to...


How a CDN Can Help SEO

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A few weeks ago, we wrote a post entitled Content is Not King, explaining a pull-back from search engines such as Google from giving too much emphasis on external ranking signals like links and social media. For those of us who come from a grassroots SEO foundation, this change was extremely...


Social Media Tips from Debbie Hemley

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On January 22, Debbie Hemley, a social media consultant and blogger wrote an excellent post describing "stuff you can do" to improve your social media activities. 26 things actually, and in no particular order. Even though my interest has always been natural SEO, I've been following Social Media...


Neuro-Optimized Content Creation

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The Solution For Conversion Rate Optimization It’s a new year and as all of the SEO Experts begin to discuss and predict the New SEO Factors & Trends for 2013, there is no doubt that the new buzzword “CRO” will begin to start floating around out there in ‘cyber-land’. For...


Making Sense of Pinterest and the Visual Web

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There is a lot of hype at the moment about Pinterest and it's visual approach to social media and web-surfing. Today I'm going to discuss the growth of visual social networking, the potential value of Pinterest, and share an interview I was fortunately to get with a technology company that has...


SEO: Content is NOT King

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For years now, so-called SEO experts have been preaching a rhetoric of "Content is King" philosophy, backed by little substance, few or no examples, and without reference to analytic reports. Grassroots search engine optimization involved website optimization, which later became the poor stepchild...


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