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What’s The Most Searched Thing On Google? Turns Out It’s “Google”

Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes said the most searched term on Google is “Google” itself during SMX West session.

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The Age Old Question: What’s the Future of Link Building? by @neilpatel

“Link building” is a bad word to most SEOs and online marketers. If you’re an agency who does link building, you get fired by your clients. If you’re an in-house SEO who does link building, you get fired from your company. If you do link building, your site gets hit with a penalty. However you slice it, link building is evil incarnate in the world of search engine optimization. Or is it? It seems to me as if SEOs have to tow the party line. “Link building is evil” and therefore, SEOs must act in like they believe link building is […]

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What’s SEO Friendly Web Copy? – Business 2 Community


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What's SEO Friendly Web Copy?
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Take them by the hand and lead them to where you want them to go. SEO friendly web copy does that by showing how you solve your prospect's problems using the same language as your prospects which solves the problem of getting found to begin with.

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AdWords Editor 11 – What’s Not to Love? 7 Reasons Why You Will

The new version of AdWords Editor is a complete overhaul of the old tool. Here are seven features that will make managing your accounts better than ever!

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How to Make Content SEO-Friendly: What’s Old is New Again – Business 2 Community


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How to Make Content SEO-Friendly: What's Old is New Again
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Consider search engine optimization (SEO). When it first came into play, many people were resistant to the idea of “writing for robots” in order to make web pages rank higher on search results. Cramming a well-turned phrase with keywords seemed like an …

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What’s the Best Way to Spend 30 Minutes of Your Time on Social Media Marketing? by @kevanlee

Social media management can be a full-time job, and even for those who do social along with any number of other tasks, social media marketing can still take 10 or more hours every week. So what would you do if you only had 30 minutes to spend on social media? How would you prioritize your tasks so you make the absolute most of your valuable time? I tend to find pockets of time throughout the day where I wish I could be as productive as possible in windows here and there. When a 30-minute window opens up, what should I be doing […]

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WordPress 4.1 is Now Available: Here’s What’s New by @mattsouthern

WordPress announced the release of version 4.1 of it’s software today, which is now available to either download or update directly from your WordPress dashboard. The new version of WordPress is code named “Dinah” in honor of jazz singer Dinah Washington. In addition to a new default theme, it comes with several new features designed to keep you focused on what matters most — creating content. In this post I’ll go over some of the new features of WordPress 4.1 and how they can benefit you. WordPress 4.1 New Features New Default Theme With every new year comes a new […]

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Google Adds New Features To Keep Up With What’s Trending In Search and On YouTube by @mattsouthern

Want to know what’s trending in Google search? What about the hottest videos on YouTube at this moment? Now it’s easier than ever to find out. Google announced that as of today you can search for “2014 trends”, or an equivalent search in over 45 different languages, and Google will populate a list of the year’s top trends based on Google Trends data. Simply click on one of the topics while in Google search to learn more about it. Google is bringing similar functionality to YouTube, but making it even better by showing you what’s trending in real-time. If you […]

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What’s Next for Twitter Advertisers: Video, SEO, & Expanded Audience

In the coming year, look for a focus on native video, SEO, and syndication from the social media platform.

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SEO trends for 2015: what’s coming next (plus: scoring our 2014 predictions) – VentureBeat


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SEO trends for 2015: what's coming next (plus: scoring our 2014 predictions)
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Sadly, there are great companies out there that happened to hire unprofessional SEO providers – and they are the first to get hit by the massive fuzzy animal born in Matt Cutt's mastermind. Then, there are also great websites that were hit by negative

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