We didn’t have a solid answer before we ran some numbers for our 2015 study about on-page SEO issues. Thousands of marketers use Site Auditor to find duplicate content and other SEO issues. Here’s what we discovered about the average website crawl.
SEO strategies and tactics have changed over the years as search engines like Google continue to tweak their search algorithms. However, what hasn’t changed is the need to fix and optimize sites.
“The Internet of Things” has become “The Internet of Google™ Things.” Google has gone from being the friendly concierge of the information superhighway to becoming the manufacturer of the car you use on an actual highway. Google’s focus on “expanding the pie” by growing the number of people interacting with the web has helped launch […]
We will walk you through a three-step process that can greatly speed up and improve your keyword research by eliminating a lot of the guesswork.
A lot of people do not pay attention to Bing SEO or ranking factors and purely focus on trying to rank in Google and nothing else. However, over the last couple of years, Bing’s market share has been slowly increasing as Microsoft challenges Google in the search arena. The Big Bing Has Already Happened Mozilla […]
It can be hard to explain what SEO is, let alone articulate exactly how one becomes a great SEO. It requires knowing who to trust, creating strategies that work for unique clients, mastering SEO tools, honing technical skills, and a lot of patience. Luckily, the SEO community is incredibly generous with their knowledge. I recently stumbled […]
If you’ve been scouring the Web for the ultimate SEO checklist, look no further. This infographic is so good, we wanted to share it with our readers.
If you’ve worked in the SEO business for any length of time, chances are good you’ve found out how different SEO looks depending on the industry served, campaigns, and budgets. Whether you are an SEO at an agency or an independent consultant, learning how to deliver awesome work for small business clients with small budgets […]
I had the privilege of speaking recently at the Marketing United conference organized by our Nashville neighbors, Emma. It’s no small feat putting on an event of any kind, but the first one is always the hardest—and the scariest. The Emma Army was in full force, and it showed. The event was one of the […]