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How to Overcome Challenges in Selling #SEO by @sergiuliano

There are two core elements that govern any buying decision: The rational and emotional attribute. So, how can you craft an SEO that no one can refuse?

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For most businesses around the world, purchasing SEO services can be quite challenging, mostly because the sale is founded on a promise that something will happen in the near future: they will be more visible in search, they will drive more traffic to

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The 7 Must-Have SEO Reports to Meet Today’s Search Optimization Challenges

A look at how to build up your arsenal of search engine optimization data and analytics.

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SearchCap: Google Adds 2015 Oscar Nominations To Knowledge Graph, Local Search Challenges For Franchises & More

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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5 SEO Challenges Business Owners Will Face In 2015 – Forbes

5 SEO Challenges Business Owners Will Face In 2015
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Getting your website and content to rank in the search engines has always required a keen understanding of SEO guidelines and best practices. It's also required a whole lot of work in order to properly carry out these best practices. 2015 is no different.
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Google Translate Update Challenges Microsoft’s Skype Translator

Additional capability will be added to Google Translate to allow speech to be converted into text in real-time.

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3 Challenges Faced by Enterprise SEOs in 2015

Here are three key issues that SEO departments working in and with big organizations will have to overcome if they are going to stay relevant in 2015.

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3 Common Challenges Facing All SEO Managers

Anyone managing an SEO program, either in-house or for a client, knows there are a multitude of challenges. In fact, at SMX East back in October, Mark Munroe gave us this hilarious quote applying Murphy’s Law to SEO: It’s true! Just when you think everything is perfect and things couldn’t be…



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After all, SEO means a variety of things to a variety of people, and with so many different people out there talking about SEO and offering SEO services, there is no one definition or one right way to do things…which can often lead to mismanaged
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Google Challenges Amazon’s Drone Delivery Program With Project Wing

Google has been secretly testing delivery by drone, the company announced Thursday.

A team of engineers at Google X, the technology company’s long-range research lab, safely carried out more than 30 1-kilometer test flights this month. The deliveries, consisting of items ranging from a chocolate bar to first aid, took place in Queensland, Australia to avoid the Federal Aviation Administration’s strict U.S. restrictions on drones.

See also: Why Commercial Drones Are Stuck In Regulatory Limbo

Now that Amazon has almost convinced the world its delivery drones aren’t a publicity stunt, the world may be ready to accepting Google at its word.

The Google X drone is a quadcopter, but it looks nothing like the ones many U.S. hobbyists use for aerial photography and other projects, or Amazon’s Prime Air octocopter. Instead, it relies on fixed wings for fast forward flight, and its four rotors for vertical takeoff and landing. The company released a YouTube video to show how it flies.

Project Wing, as the video labels the drone, is capable of carrying a roughly four-pound package. Meanwhile, Amazon says Prime Air can carry up to five pounds. Despite the design differences, it’s apparent that Google’s drone could realistically compete with Amazon’s.

See also: Amazon Tells The Feds It Really Wants To Test Drone Delivery

According to Astro Teller, Google X’s Captain of Moonshots—what Google calls its biggest, craziest ideas—delivery is just the beginning. Google envisions being able to use the drones for humanitarian solutions, too.

“Even just a few of these, being able to shuttle nearly continuously could service a very large number of people in an emergency situation,” Teller told the BBC.

Screenshot via Google X

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