What I’ll call the “Great Google Convergence” continued yesterday as Google announced that they would be merging their Google+ (G+) data into personalized search results (aka Search, Plus Your World). On the surface, this appears to be a desperate play by Google to make sure … Read More
Google made (at least) 30 changes to Google Search in December, according to a post yesterday on the official Google Search blog. Now, the official Google Search blog isn’t one of those I subscribe to by RSS, because most SEOs like to blog, tweet, Facebook … Read More
Competitive SEO analysis has always been a passion of mine. I’ve always found it to be one of the best areas for inspiration and, well, free advice. When done correctly, competitive analysis can save you hours of time from a research standpoint, and it can … Read More
Not even two weeks out from Google’s encrypted search announcement, and we’re already seeing the effect of Google’s decision to remove search query information from logged in users in Google Analytics. To recap, this update means that if someone is: Logged into Google (for Gmail, … Read More
Today our friends over at Skyrocket SEO posted a really nice infographic we wanted to share with you. It’s the result of the agency’s survey of 420 SEOs from around the globe, conducted to understand who uses what Internet marketing tools, and why. SEO Software … Read More
In-House SEO Operations: How Things Get Done Event: SMX East 2011 Session description: In-house SEOs from Demand Media, intuit, Bloomberg and AOL talk the integral workings of in-house SEO from idea to launch, and how to keep the nitty-gritty details from getting lost along the … Read More
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