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Google Launches “Store Visits” Metric In AdWords, To Help Prove Online-To-Offline Impact

Measures impact of search ads on in-store traffic as part of AdWords Estimated Total Conversions.

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New #MarketingNerds Podcast: Ways Content Can Help A Business SEO Presence with Julia McCoy by @wonderwall7

In this podcast recorded at Pubcon Las Vegas 2014, I had the chance to sit down with Julia McCoy.  She talks about how she started her company, Express Writers, out of a need she saw for websites and businesses needing great content. In this episode of Marketing Nerds, we cover: Why content is crucial to SEO, the user experience, and more How Julia manages a team that all works remotely Strategies in content marketing and SEO Changes and strategies for content creation in 2015 and beyond To listen to Marketing Nerds with Julia McCoy: Download or listen to the full episode […]

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Was Your Site Hit By Google’s Panda Or Penguin? This Flowchart May Help You Find Out.

Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller has put together this handy flow chart to help you determine if your site has been hit by one of Google’s infamous algorithm updates.

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Was Your Site Hit By Panda Or Penguin? This Flowchart May Help You Find Out.

Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller has put together this handy flow chart to help you determine if your site has been hit by one of Google’s infamous algorithm updates.

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How Video Reviews Can Help You Acquire More Customers: An Interview With Nate Kelly by @johnrampton

A big thanks to our Pubcon 2014 sponsor, LinkResearchTools, your off-page SEO toolkit. Link Detox: Recover – Protect – Build. At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Nate Kelly of Vertical Measures about the power of video reviews and how they can help you acquire customers. Nate is a huge proponent of video reviews, having written a lot about how they can be good for business. Why should businesses be interested in producing video reviews? What can businesses get out of them that can improve their bottom line? These are some […]

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An SEO Audit That Will Help Your Business Climb The Search Rankings – Forbes

An SEO Audit That Will Help Your Business Climb The Search Rankings
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In response to a previous article I wrote about the SEO secrets that every business should know, I was recently sent a report by SEO Clarity, the search engine optimisation specialists based in Chicago. The report, titled, “if you don't rank first in

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5 Tools That Can Help You With Your Content Curation Efforts by @shuey03

Imagine you’re driving to the grocery store one Saturday morning, you see a bright orange sign that reads, “Yard Sale” along the road, so you decide to stop and check it out. Once you get out and start walking around, you realize not only does this person have a lot of stuff, their stuff is thrown together all over their yard. Adult clothes are mixed in with baby toys, decorative pictures are laid out around kitchen dishes, etc. It’s a giant mess and extremely difficult to find anything that might interest you. You leave frustrated and empty-handed. Once you finally […]

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How Majestic’s New Tool Can Help You Find Influencers: An Interview With Dixon Jones by @brentcsutoras

At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas I had the opportunity to talk to Dixon Jones of Majestic to discuss their new SEO tools. Majestic has a new feature out called “topical trust flow” that marketers are going to want to know about. In the video below I ask Dixon to explain a little bit about what topical trust flow is and how marketers can use it to their advantage. Here are some key takeaways from the video: With topical trust flow, Majestic has categorized the web. They have figured out a way to take every page on the Internet, and instead […]

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Google Puts Custom Ebola Info Box At Top Of Search Results & Offers To Match Donations To Help Fight Deadly Outbreak

Google announced today it has launched a public fundraising campaign to help support nonprofits fighting to contain the ebola virus outbreak, and is offering to give $2 for every $1 donated. The site has also added ebola information to its knowledge graph. A Google search for “ebola”…



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10 Tools to Help Discover and Monitor Negative SEO Activity – Search Engine Watch


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10 Tools to Help Discover and Monitor Negative SEO Activity
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People define negative SEO in a variety of ways. Some consider it the malicious efforts of your competitors to either build unsavory links to your website or steal the best links from your website. Others would add website hacking, content theft, brand …
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