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The Ultimate SEO Glossary - AdFicient

The Ultimate SEO Glossary - AdFicient


AdFicient

Acronyms and terms related to SEO can be confusing to users who are not familiar with the industry. The SEO glossary serves as a reference to popular terms.

Should You Hire an SEO Specialist for Your Digital Consulting Agency?

by WebConfs.com SEO @ SEO Tools – Search Engine Optimization Tools

Is it better to invest in an outside SEO specialist to handle your online presence, or should you manage it in-house? Click here for the pros and cons.

Bad SEO Advice You Should Still Avoid

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

I should create a “Bad SEO Advice” category and collect all the articles I have written about it through the years in one place.  There are days when I am tempted to go back and “update” old articles about bad…

Is Your Site’s Navigation SEO Friendly?

by Nick Jakubowski @ AdFicient

An effective site navigation menu is one of the most important factors of a successful website. The menu helps guide users through the website, allowing them to jump to specific pages as they feel necessary. Additionally, a well-built navigation menu can also help search engines crawl new pages and ...

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4 Tips to Identify the Cause of Google SEO Ranking Drops

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

Most websites would be quite familiar with suffering from an SEO ranking drop at one point or another.

This could be from small keyword fluctuations on Google, to complete website penalisations.

Naturally, when major search engines like Google have detected any form of algorithmic ranking manipulation, the offending website will suffer from a minor or major form of penalisation.

By penalisation, I mean a decrease or total loss of SEO rankings.

While some ranking drops are only temporary, others may

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SEO Sunday 2016 - October Week Five

SEO Sunday 2016 - October Week Five

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Every week GoPBN curates the hottest, most trending news, blogs and articles from around the web in the SEO, marketing, and blogging industry.

How to Pick the Right Social Media Management Tool

by Lexie @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Social media isn’t going away. In fact, it’s becoming more important than ever for brands. Brands need a social media marketing tool to keep up with the constant flow of posts. [...] Read More

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New in SEO: Create a Post on your Google My Business Listing

by Maddie Costa @ Classy Brain

Google is getting more interactive than ever. Now, as a business owner, you can post news, events, products, specials and more all from your Google My Business Listing. This new feature offers a real time communication channel to reach your...

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An SEO Glossary for 2017, the terms you need to know.

An SEO Glossary for 2017, the terms you need to know.


Visualeze Design for Small Business Websites

This SEO glossary is intended to provide illumination for those seeking a path through the terminology of SEO, in a simple, understandable fashion.

20 Simple SEO Tips For 2017

by Chris Buckley @ Pixel Kicks

Most of our SEO tips below are fairly straight-forward. They’re not new, they won’t make all the headlines, and they’re certainly not rocket-science. That indeed is the beauty of them all. We think SEO is pretty simple, so don’t waste your time trying out the latest killer SEO tactic in the hope it will catapult your website from ranking on the lower pages of Google to the top half of page one. One of the things we like to say is that Google isn’t trying to make things complicated for you, instead it wants to base its search engine results on good old-fashioned common sense. Ask yourself the question – “Why would […]

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Is Jumpshot Worth it? – Analytics Management Platform for SEO

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Jumpshot puts all of your analytics in one place. It can be used for competitor research and keyword research, but is it worth it? Our local SEO expert, Chase Reiner, put together this review to give his take on this tool. Is Jumpshot Worth it? Don’t have time to watch the video? Listen to the […]

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How to write better content as Google becomes more human

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

If you look at the last 10 years or so as a whole, there is increasing evidence that Google is getting more human in the way that it answers search queries. In a discipline as fast-moving as SEO, it’s easy to forget to look back over the medium or long-term, but often we can tell […]

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5 SEO Tips for a Colorado Springs Business

by Maddie Costa @ Classy Brain

Colorado Springs is a rapidly growing area, both in terms of population and small businesses. There are so many opportunities for small business owners to succeed in the Springs, as it has spans a gigantic area and has a wide...

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SEO Tips: 15 things to include on a webpage to improve your rankings

by Jamie Swain @ Pixel Kicks

As a follow up to our “20 Simple SEO Tips For 2017“, which gave an overview of things you should do to your website to get a head start on your SEO, we’ve decided to put together a new post, focusing on the on-page techniques you can use to make your blog posts a success. High Google rankings. Every website owner wants them, but not every website owner can get them. Some don’t try and some don’t know how to try, but there’s a select few who do everything right, and in turn get to the top of search results, generating traffic, leads and sales. So how do you do […]

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How to Get More Followers and Engagement on Google+

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Circlescope is like ManageFlitter but for Google. It is a powerful tool to manage your social media account, your posts, and your followers. This frees your time to do other important things while your Google+ folowing is taken care of and continues to grow. In this podcast we explore this tool and how you can […]

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A Modern SEO Strategy

by alexis.roberts @

In today’s digital era, ranking high on search engines is essential for a successful business. However, customer usage, expectations, online behavior, and search engine algorithms are changing over time. Thus, a modern and more holistic SEO strategy is indispensable to ensure you drive more traffic to your site. Here are the basics of modern SEO […]

Does a same page title in different languages affect your SEO?

by Ramon @ SEO Translator

What happens if you have two pages with the same title? Usually, that is not good for SEO. But if you have a multilingual site and your pages in different languages share a same title, is this also bad for SEO?

The Big Fat SEO Glossary: 19 Terms You Need To Know

The Big Fat SEO Glossary: 19 Terms You Need To Know


Digital Marketing Services by Black Dog Marketing

SEO terms pet business owners of all sizes actually need to know about.

An SEO Glossary For 2016: Key Terms Explained - Yell Business

An SEO Glossary For 2016: Key Terms Explained - Yell Business


Yell Business

Confused by some SEO jargon? This up-to-date glossary explains many of the common terms that are used.

The History of Search Engine Optimization

The History of Search Engine Optimization

by Kelvin Avelar @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Ever wondered how did SEO evolved or who founded SEO? GoPBN explains to you the brief History of SEO, when did SEO start and how SEO is in 2016.

Best Strategies For Social Bookmarking in SEO

by Ramon @ SEO Translator

People are always looking online for the best strategies to do this sort of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) thing, but if there was really a “best” strategy, then wouldn’t everybody be using it. If you need a basis or something to go on, then think more in the way of tailoring your techniques to better suit your business. Think about how your viewers think, what they look at, how they search, and what is in it for them if they visit or bookmark your site. If you take the time to do this then you are in a better position to make a social bookmarking SEO plan for your business/website.

My Google Search Console Tutorial Will Improve Your Search Rankings

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say: Using Google Search Console is more work than it needs to be. Trying to get hold of the right data at the right time can mean hours of work, complicated exports and endless frustration finding just where the heck everything is. There has to be an easier, way, right? Well thankfully now there is. If you’re one of the 89% of SEO that uses Google Search Console, your prayers just might have been answered. My Google Search Console tutorial is going to show you how to use a 100% free tool ...

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Easy Search Engine Optimization Anyone Can Do

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

It’s hard to write an article like this without talking about the need for SEO industry standards or pointing out the immense competition among SEO consultants, agencies, tool providers, and (e)book authors for your business dollars.  So I will begin…

6 Ways You Know Your SEO Agency Will Be A Distaster

by Ana Dukakis @ The Content Works

With so many SEO services available, many promising different, exciting things, it can be hard picking which one to go with.  Here at The Content Works, a leading London SEO Agency, we often pick up the pieces of a rogue SEO outfit doing things in a really bad way. Unfortunately, if it looks too good […]

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Increase Your Click-Through Rates from SEO Traffic

by Justin Soenke @ Phase 3

Getting ranked organically in search engines is a difficult process, and you can easily damage your positive SEO work with a low click-through rate.

Can Apps Replace Browsers?

by gravitate @ Gravitate Online | Utah Online Marketing

Online marketers have always been barraged by a stream of doomsday accounts about how SEO is now dead, or just on the brink of it, and that the entire industry will implode. These predictions have been around for nearly a decade (you can find no...

28 Social Media Backlinks You Can Build Today

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

Can I tell you one of the most common misconceptions in SEO? Social Media backlinks are not pointless. I get why many marketers think they are (perhaps including you). It’s because they’re no follow and they don’t ‘count’ in the realms of usual SEO. But the truth is that social signals play a role as a ranking factor. And, there is a lot of attention on Social Media that just isn’t going away. If you ignore social media links you’re ignoring a large portion of your potential audience. People are clicking links and finding new sites in their news feed ...

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SEO vs. SEM, What’s the Difference?

by serialcoders @ Serial Coders

Small businesses are constantly under pressure to attract and convert new customers. That, coupled with the fact that there are a lot more avenues to advertise your business than 10-15 years ago, will cause many businesses to fail before they can establish themselves because they do not know how or where to promote themselves in […]

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SEO Glossary of Terms | Paradym

SEO Glossary of Terms | Paradym


Paradym

Glossary of terms in search engine optimization (SEO)

Our Favorite Tools for Content Writing Ideas

by Netvantage @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

At Netvantage, we create a lot of content for clients. When you’ve had a client for an extended period of time, creating content can become difficult. Trying to come up [...] Read More

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How to Get Awesome Customer Testimonials in 5 Easy Steps

by salesadmin @

Customer testimonials are some of the most powerful marketing tools you can use to build your business. Whether you use these influential — and highly cost-effective — customer endorsements on your website, in your social feeds or in print, you … Read More...

Using Google Search Console for PPC

by Joe @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

While most companies today use some combination of SEO or PPC for their online marketing, many do not properly integrate the two into one cohesive strategy. Additionally, the Google Search [...] Read More

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ANOTHER Freaking Data Leak!?!

by Jerod @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

EQUIFAX!!! ARE YOU FLIPPING KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW!!! Target … Home Depot … Yahoo! … JP Morgan Chase … A gajillion others. … and now Equifax. When are you people going to [...] Read More

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SEO Tips 2016: 12 Secret SEO, SEM, and SMM Tools

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Local SEO expert Chase Reiner shares his favorite tools for SEO, SEM, and SMM. Use these tools to comb through the data and get relevant information on keyword analysis and SEO opportunities that you don’t want to miss. SEO Tips 2016: 12 Secret SEO, SEM, and SMM Tools Hello and welcome to the SEO, SEM, and […]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Teach SEO in 2016

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

With SEO becoming more and more important as we move into the second half of 2016, I’d like to share with you 5 reasons why you should start teaching SEO to further improve your expertise. Reason 1: Teaching Reinforces What You Know Some of my best ideas have come through teaching other people. I spend […]

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A Master Glossary of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Terms

A Master Glossary of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Terms


Realty Digital Marketing Professional Community

A large glossary of SEO terms and definitions so you know what's going on when you learn how to do Search Engine Optimization.

SEO Sunday 2016 - December Week Three!

SEO Sunday 2016 - December Week Three!

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

GoPBN SEO Sunday 2016 December Week Three Edition curates the hottest, most trending news, blogs, SEO articles in the blogging industry.

5 SEO Solutions for Marketing Your Online Archiving Service

by WebConfs.com SEO @ SEO Tools – Search Engine Optimization Tools

Are you trying to market your online archiving service as effectively as possible? Here are some great SEO solutions that should help.

Using a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to Improve Page Loading Speed & SEO

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

It’s been over 6 years since Google first announced that they would be looking at page loading speed as a website ranking factor.

As a result, content delivery networks (CDNs) have grown to become an essential tool in speeding up websites – no matter how big or small.

In this post, we’ll look at how using a CDN can enhance page loading speeds, improve SEO rankings and generate more website enquiries.

What is a CDN and how does it work?

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SEO Glossary of Terms and Concepts

SEO Glossary of Terms and Concepts


SEO Theory

Be sure to review these special pages: SEO Theorems and Principles What is Lead Generation? A Guide to Major Google Algorithms Basic SEO Glossary A/B Test – Noun phrase. The practice of creating tw…

Daniel J Lewis From The Audacity to Podcast Interview

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Daniel J Lewis produces an award winning podcast called Audacity that is about creating podcasts. This interview goes through his tips on how to start a successful podcast to improve your SEO and boost your business. Interview with Daniel J Lewis

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Basic Crawl Management for SEO

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

Crawl management is integral to search engine optimization. And yet crawl management is so poorly explained by the Web marketing community that many sites mismanage crawl.  What should be one of the fundamental areas of search engine optimization has been…

Who Are My SEO Clients?

by Derek @ Visualeze Design for Small Business Websites

Who Are My Clients? Green business websites include Green Roof Training [ an online membership site ], the Green Infrastructure Consultancy, Green Roof Shelters and Halsted Rain. Not-for-profits include a 2015 website for the Thames Estuary Partnership. Also sites for Greater Thames Marshes Nature Improvement Area, Raingardens.info and many more. I have recently finished the French version of […]

SearchCap: Google iOS app trends, difficult clients & content SEO

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

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

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Why You Should Ignore Yahoo and Bing Even Though They Matter

by Snap Agency @ Snap Agency

When most SEOs do keyword research, the large majority will only ever look at Google. This might seem silly to you because a surprisingly large amount of people still use...

14 Sure-Fire Strategies For Successful SEO In 2014

by Tarun Gehani @ Tarun Gehani

SEO is changing, yet again. Do you have a good strategy in place to keep up with the times?

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Can User Generated Content Help Boost SEO?

by salesadmin @

Is there a relationship between SEO and user generated content (UGC)? User generated content consists primarily of customer reviews, testimonials and social media mentions. However, depending on your business model, you could leverage other types of UGC in your internet … Read More...

The Ultimate SEO Glossary

by Nick Jakubowski @ AdFicient

If you’re not familiar with the search engine optimization industry it can be very difficult keeping up with all the jargon related to the field. Over the years Google and marketers have created terms and acronyms which can be confusing for many people who don’t use the terms daily. The following li...

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SEO Glossary - Pixel Kicks

SEO Glossary - Pixel Kicks


Pixel Kicks

SEO glossary explaining all the common search, social, ppc, and online terms. Improve your SEO knowledge with our handy little dictionary.

SEO Sunday 2016 - November Week Four!

SEO Sunday 2016 - November Week Four!

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

GoPBN SEO Sunday 2016 November Week Four Edition curates the hottest, most trending news, blogs, SEO articles in the blogging industry.

Don’t Be &Shy With Word Hyphenation In Responsive Multilingual Websites

by Ramon @ SEO Translator

Hyphenation is an issue if you want to maintain the aesthetics of your website, specially in responsive designs. But how do you do it, and how does it affect your SEO?

3 Ways to Improve Google Analytics Session Duration

by Mike @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

You may have browsed through Google Analytics data for your website and come across session duration among the many metrics that Google Analytics provides. Also known as time on site, [...] Read More

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How to Secure a WordPress Site Against Hackers

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

WordPress gets a bad rap from people who complain that it’s not secure.  In more than 40 years of working with computers I have never met an application or operating system that could not be hacked.  I used to be an…

25+ Ways To Get Backlinks

by markedseo @ SEO Mark

Create pieces of content, like articles, guides, tutorials, how-to’s, etc., relevant to your industry, that are better than any other content on the web on that topic. Contact sites linking to similar content and let them know what you’ve created. Add a line above/below your best content stating that others […]

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10 Google Analytics SEO Hacks To Increase Your Search Traffic

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

Keyword: (not provided). If this is you, read on. You might think that Google Analytics (GA) has no value to your SEO efforts because it hides your precious keyword data. Wrong. This post provides my 10 favorite Google Analytics SEO hacks that save time, money and drive awesome insights. What You Will Learn How to use GA Referral reporting to build links How to use GA Annotations to manage efforts, your team and clients How to use GWT reports in GA to get around Keyword: (not provided) The value of internal search data for SEO Using Filters for SEO data ...

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Content Strategy Workshop by Dream Pages

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

This is a sponsored post by Dream Pages.

In 2017, it’s a widely accepted fact that SEO and content go hand-in-hand. Think of SEO and content like Batman and Robin, without one the other simply won’t be able to perform effectively.

If you’re a business owner or marketing manager who is struggling to find your feet with content, then we have good for news.

It brings us great pleasure to introduce Dream Pages’ Content Strategy Workshop held in Karstens Sydney,

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Get Your Audience Talking: 3 Strategies to Increase Social Media Engagement

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Quality over quantity applies to a lot of things in life – especially social media marketing. You may think that the key to a successful campaign is to gain as many followers on your profiles as possible, but that’s not the case. Don’t get me wrong, having a substantial amount of fans is important, but […]

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Top 27 SEO Tools that are a Must-Use

by Michael Hakobjanyan @ AdFicient

Whether you are a marketing pro or an entrepreneur just starting to dig into the whole new world of digital marketing, SEO tools can offer you a wide range of options that will either make managing your marketing campaigns a piece of cake, or the distinction can be so confusing you will feel like a ...

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SEO Tips for Writers From a Real Business Owner

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

Writing for digital marketing isn’t like a typical day at the office for a writer. It has to come with a fine balance of flow and optimization. Whether you’re writing for your site or your clients, the end goal is to rank for that topic and get eyes on it through organic results for years […]

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Understanding the Role of “Big Data” in Internet Marketing

by salesadmin @

Today, big data is changing the face of internet marketing. Although it’s a phrase you’ve likely heard before, the concept of big data is not widely understood by many business owners, especially those who own small to mid-size companies. But … Read More...

Backlink Tips & Advice

by markedseo @ SEO Mark

Backlinks are links on one website that, when clicked, take the user to another site. For example: this is a link, click here, Example, example.com, http://www.example.com. Backlinks can be in the form of an image as well as text. If a link is an image, the anchor link text is the […]

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4 Expert Tips to Get More Out of Your Video Marketing

by RDM Admin @ Realty Digital Marketing Professional Community

As a real estate agent video should be a very important part of your overall marketing strategy. If you’re not already using video then you need to start. If you are using video then here are 4 tips to get more out of it.   Film these 3 Must-Have Types of Video (Plus One Bonus Type) There are three main types of video that you absolutely must focus on (and a bonus).   Listing Videos Most if not all of your marketing efforts are designed to bring people to your website where they will browse your property listings. In general the listings on every company’s website look pretty much the same. You often don’t have too much control over how these pages look. One of the best ways you can make your listings stand out is with video. Listing videos are so important in fact that they’re no longer an option. At the very least you need to put together a video slideshow of your photos. Adding videos to your listing pages is guaranteed to increase engagement, time on site and the number of leads you receive.   A Value Proposition Video Your clients are looking for an agent they can trust just as much as they’re looking for a home to fall in love with. One of the best ways to build trust with potential clients is through a value proposition video. Think about what makes you special and what you can do differently than other agents. Then film a quick video explaining who you are and why you’re the best choice to do business with.   Video Testimonials Video testimonials are one of the best way to increase trust with potential clients. People trust other people. Seeing a testimonial from someone who’s had such a good experience that they’re willing to make it public in a video is huge! Written testimonials are definitely great to have but video communicates so much more. Visual queues and body language say way more than text ever can. Video is almost as good as seeing the person in front of them in real life. Don’t forget that people are searching for reviews of you and your business before they contact you. Videos on sites such as YouTube get sort of an unofficial SEO boost. Because if this it’s very easy to get your testimonials in front of people when they’re doing their research online.   Bonus: Lead Follow-Up Videos When people submit leads through third party websites they usually get contacted by more than one agent. Even if they contact you through your own website they’re probably also contacting several other agents as well. Most email responses are obvious templates and automated replies that won’t impress anyone. Sending a personalized video email however makes you stand out and creates a fantastic impression. Furthermore video emails see a 200% to 300% higher click-through rate and get 80% more replies. Instead of typing out a reply pull out your smartphone and film a quick video reply and send that instead.   Exposure is Important If no one sees your videos then there isn’t much point making them is there? It’s very important to get your videos out to as many different websites as possible. When it comes to uploading videos to the Internet you’re going to have to decide how to host them. If you host them on your own website it’s going to use up a lot of server space and bandwidth. It’s definitely easier to use a third party service, the best one probably being YouTube. You can upload your videos in full HD resolution to YouTube and easily embed them on your website, social media sites and other real estate marketplace sites. The more locations you can post your videos the more traffic you’ll receive. Search engine optimization is also very important for your videos. Videos on sites like YouTube or Vimeo get a sort of unofficial preference in Google’s search results. By properly optimizing your video’s title, description and tags it’s quite easy to get it to rank. Think about what people are searching for and optimize around those keywords. You can also get creative and by titling your video something like “happy customer has no complaints” you can easily have your testimonials show up when clients search for your business name and the keyword “complaints”.   Keep the Length of Your Videos Short None of your videos should be any longer than 2 to 2.5 minutes. 1 to 2 minutes is probably ideal for most kinds of video. Skip any sort of introduction and get straight to the point as fast as you can. Studies have shown that if you break a longer video up into smaller segments and name the first segment “Introduction”, 47% of viewers will skip that video. Most people just assume intros are boring and useless. Video can easily be skipped. If you don’t provide value within the first 20 seconds some people might skip ahead but a lot will stop watching completely.   The Quality Needs to Be There People no longer tolerate amateur looking videos any more. You don’t need to be a video editing master but you definitely need to avoid mistakes like: Not filming in HD Filming with a smartphone and holding it vertically, not horizontally Shaky video Bad or difficult to hear audio Text overlays that are difficult to read Pretty much every single camera now has the ability to film in 1080p HD. There’s no excuse to not film in HD, especially since sites like YouTube support HD and so many devices have large or retina screens now. Filming a quick video with a smartphone is ok but make sure you hold the phone horizontally, not vertically. If you hold your phone vertically to record a video and upload it to a site like YouTube giant black bars will be added to each side. This screams that you’re an amateur and no one will take you seriously. It’s a good idea to invest in a simple tripod or even just rest the camera on some kind of stand. Shaky video is another thing that screams that you’re an amateur. Also think about investing in a simple mic to record your audio. There are many mics that simply clip onto the top of a camera and are more than good enough. Also avoid filming outdoors where it’s noisy or there’s a lot of wind. Another rookie mistake is using text overlaid on top of your video that’s hard to read. There are tons of easy to use video editing apps out there and pretty much all of them will allow you to add text over your video. Text can be used to highlight features, show your contact information, etc. Make sure it’s easy to read. It’s generally best to use white text no matter what’s going on in the background. If possible blur or darken the background a bit to make the text stand out even more.

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8 SEO Do’s and Don’ts for Business Owners

by Snap Agency @ Snap Agency

As a business owner, you have a business to run. So you’ve probably hired an SEO agency to develop your website and online presence. That’ll almost always give you the...

28 Social Media Backlinks You Can Build Today

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

Can I tell you one of the most common misconceptions in SEO? Social Media backlinks are not pointless. I get why many marketers think they are (perhaps including you). It’s because they’re no follow and they don’t ‘count’ in the realms of usual SEO. But the truth is that social signals play a role as a ranking factor. And, there is a lot of attention on Social Media that just isn’t going away. If you ignore social media links you’re ignoring a large portion of your potential audience. People are clicking links and finding new sites in their news feed ...

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Google Penalties & The Causes Of Them

by markedseo @ SEO Mark

Google may penalise your website for one of two reasons – using manipulative methods to increase your site’s rankings or providing a poor experience to people who visit your site. Manipulative methods fall into one of two categories – on-site or off-site. On-site refers to methods used within the technical […]

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5 Expert SEO Tips for an Auto Repair Company

by WebConfs.com SEO @ SEO Tools – Search Engine Optimization Tools

Do you own an auto repair company that you're trying to get more eyes on? Here are some expert SEO tips to drive more clients to your website.

SEO Industry’s First Movie & Documentary

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

In 2016, Search Engine Land reported that the value of the SEO industry has grown to become a whopping 65 billion. By 2020 it is expected to that businesses will reach a grand SEO value spend of 80 billion.

If you’re wondering how an industry grew from virtually nothing to becoming one of the most effective forms of marketing used today, well then we have a treat for you.

Ignite Visibility, a US-based digital marketing agency has recently released the

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How To Write E-commerce Product Descriptions That Sell

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

When you walk into a brick and mortar store to buy something, you meet with different salespersons who persuade you to buy products by using certain language and terminology, describing offers and providing you with the best bargains. The same stands true when it comes to describing products on an e-commerce store. If you want […]

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A Complete Glossary of Essential SEO Jargon

A Complete Glossary of Essential SEO Jargon


Moz

I'm not quite sure that this is appropriate for YOUmoz, but I am sure that it's useful information for newcomers to this community. I have no doubt that there will be some disagreement about some of these definitions, because some of them are probably wrong, and comments about errors and omissions are more than welcome.

SearchCap: SEO content audits, a search marketer’s view of Facebook & a link study

by Amy Gesenhues @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

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

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A Brief SEO Glossary of Main Keyword Terms

A Brief SEO Glossary of Main Keyword Terms


SEMrush Blog

It is estimated that the World Wide Web is now the proud owner of about twelve billion pages. Congratulations! That is a mind boggling number but it makes perfect sense because ever since businesses have adopted SEO (Search Engine Optimization) into ...

Internet Marketing Terms Glossary: Understand Online Marketing

Internet Marketing Terms Glossary: Understand Online Marketing


Direct Online Marketing

Easy to understand internet marketing terms glossary from A-Z. Learn more about search engine marketing, social media, landing pages, and more in plain English.

Capitalizing on Google Local Search to Build Your Business

by salesadmin @

Google local search (GLS) is one of the most powerful tools available to business owners who sell to consumers from a brick-and-mortar location. Whether you have one location or several, the local search platform will help you build your business … Read More...

RPC bpi protec engages with Click Consult for web build and search marketing strategy

by Chloie Brandrick @ Click Consult

We’re about to start work on a website and organic search (SEO) project with global packaging giant The RPC Group Leading...

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Boost SEO by Inviting Your Employees to be Brand Advocates

by salesadmin @

Today, search engine optimization, or SEO, is arguably the single most important aspect of marketing your business. Although you probably use an internet marketing or SEO consultant (or have an in-house team), you have another valuable opportunity to boost your … Read More...

100 Ultimate SMM Glossary, Terms, and Definitions is All You Need in 2017

100 Ultimate SMM Glossary, Terms, and Definitions is All You Need in 2017

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Be a social media pro and learn all the social media marketing glossary, terms and necessary definition that can help you become a social media Ninja!

10 Reasons Why You Should Build Your Website Using WordPress

by RDM Admin @ Realty Digital Marketing Professional Community

WordPress is a fantastic content management system that you can use to build websites. We love it so much that this website and pretty much every site we build uses it. Here are 10 reasons why it’s so awesome and you should use it to build your website.   1) WordPress is free and open source WordPress as a content management system is free and open source. Not only does this mean it’ll save you on costs but because it’s open source there’s a huge community of developers and coders who are constantly working to make improvements and add in new features. If there’s some kind of functionality you need for your specific site chances are pretty good that someone has created a plugin with this functionality. If not then it’s very easy to find a developer who can help you create what you need. With open source software and a huge number of people working on it regularly you get improved quality, customizability, freedom and flexibility that you otherwise wouldn’t get with a non-open source content management system (CMS).   2) WordPress is Mobile Friendly WordPress is mobile friendly out of the box which is huge considering how many users now browse the Internet using smartphones and tablets. Google has also gone on record as saying that if your site isn’t mobile friendly this could hurt your search engine optimization and your rankings on Google.   3) WordPress is Mature The software is over 10 years old and over that time it has matured greatly. I’d an incredibly solid well built CMS that has evolved greatly over this time to become a top of the line web publishing system.   4) WordPress Can Be Used on Almost Every Web Host and Server It can be installed on pretty much any web server. This means that if you ever need to change web hosts or servers web hosting companies can’t hold your website hostage. If a company builds your website using their own special content management system or software then you’re stuck with them. If you’re unhappy with their service your website can’t be moved to a new web host and you’ll have to build a new website from scratch. A WordPress website can easily be moved from one server to another.   5) WordPress is SEO Friendly Google absolutely loves WordPress and it is designed to make your site as optimized as possible. The logical site architecture that WordPress uses makes it incredibly easy for search engines to index your website. WordPress is text-based and search engines love text-based websites. Search engine spiders can easily read text but on more complex websites with lost of images and multimedia content search engines have a harder time reading the content on the page.   6) WordPress has an Incredible Reputation WordPress is used by many Fortune 100 companies to host their websites and is even used by giant websites such as time.com, Forbes, CNN, Mashable and TechCrunch!   7) WordPress Offers a Huge Amount of Customization Options Because WordPress is open source it can be customized to do anything you need. People have developed millions of plugins and themes to give your website pretty much any kind of functionality you could ever need.   8) WordPress is Incredibly Secure WordPress takes security very seriously and is constantly releasing new security updates to help prevent attacks. Because of the large number of people working to keep WordPress secure it’s definitely one of the most secure content management systems in the world.   9) WordPress Makes it Very Easy to Update or Redesign Your Site With WordPress it’s very simple to to make changes and updates to the pages on your site. If you ever need to update pricing, post new specials, make blog posts, etc. you can do so very easily. WordPress also keeps all your content separate from the design so if you ever decide to re-design your website you can do so without having to build a new website completely from scratch.   10) WordPress is Constantly Improving WordPress is constantly improving and adding new features. Not only that but other developers are constantly making new plugins and themes. If you make a website with WordPress it’s only going to get better over time.

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How to Optimize Search Ads for Conversion

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

Search Ads are on the rise and is cited in the top trends for developers in 2017. Typically, Search Ads appear at the top of search queries providing vital information regarding the app’s name, the first line of its description and screenshots. Since Apple models Search Ads after your app store listing, it is imperative […]

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132 Ultimate SEO Glossary, Terms & Definitions is All You Need in 2017

132 Ultimate SEO Glossary, Terms & Definitions is All You Need in 2017

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Understanding SEO can be a difficult specially with so many terms and definitions. This crazy list of 132 SEO glossary is all you need in 2016.

10 Google Analytics SEO Hacks To Increase Your Search Traffic

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

Keyword: (not provided). If this is you, read on. You might think that Google Analytics (GA) has no value to your SEO efforts because it hides your precious keyword data. Wrong. This post provides my 10 favorite Google Analytics SEO hacks that save time, money and drive awesome insights. What You Will Learn How to use GA Referral reporting to build links How to use GA Annotations to manage efforts, your team and clients How to use GWT reports in GA to get around Keyword: (not provided) The value of internal search data for SEO Using Filters for SEO data ...

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How Page Load Speed Affects SEO

by Ana Dukakis @ The Content Works

Page load speed is, as the name suggests, the time it takes for a page to load – that is, to display the contents of your page for visitors to see. Why is page load speed important? In 2010, Google announced that page load speed is part of the algorithm it uses to rank pages. […]

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A Beginner’s Google AdWords Glossary

by Jenii Lowe @ Yell Business

Google AdWords is a very useful pay-per-click marketing avenue for companies and advertisers of all sizes. It’s an incredibly detailed platform that, on first inspection, comes with a lot of complicated settings and confusing terms that can initially scare people away. However, when you get to grips with the AdWords’ basic concepts and jargon you’ll […]

Advanced SEO Techniques for 2017

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

What makes an SEO technique “advanced”?  That’s a question I ask myself every year.  A lot of the “advanced” methods I first shared ten years ago, while still relevant today (because good SEO doesn’t change), are so widely used now…

SEO – Who Needs It?

by serialcoders @ Serial Coders

It’s safe to say that all businesses should invest time into SEO. But there are certain industries/types of businesses that benefit more from SEO than others. Who has the most to gain from doing SEO and the most to lose from neglecting it?

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SEO Glossary

SEO Glossary


Search Laboratory

Are you left confused by SEO and online marketing jargon? This helpful SEO glossary explains everything from alt text to backlinks

How To Use Citations For A Local SEO Advantage

by James Rice @ Yell Business

You may have already heard of the importance of local citations when it comes to SEO for the city or area where your business is based. In this article we’ll explain what they are, why they are such an important factor in local search, and how and where you can build them. So without further […]

Finding Websites To Get Backlinks From

by markedseo @ SEO Mark

There are multiple methods, which are listed below, that you can use to find websites to get backlinks from. It’s recommended that you use all of the methods, so as to discover as many sites as possible. How many websites you need to find depends on how many backlinks you need, but […]

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The ultimate SEO glossary - Vertical Leap

The ultimate SEO glossary - Vertical Leap


Vertical Leap

From RankBrain, Panda, and Penguin, to SERPs, bots, and robots.txt - This is the only SEO glossary you need in 2017-18 and beyond!

A Master Glossary of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Terms

by RDM Admin @ Realty Digital Marketing Professional Community

There are a huge amount of different terms when it comes to SEO. All this can be a little bit overwhelming, especially if you’re new to SEO. Hopefully this glossary of some of the most common SEO terms will be helpful. All the terms are sorted alphabetically.   Absolute Link An absolute link shows the full URL path of the page being linked to. When linking to content on your own website you can use shorter relative links. It’s safest to always use an absolute link though. Absolute link example: <a href=“http://yoursite.com/webpage.html">The Link Text</a> As opposed to a relative link: <a href=“/webpage.html”>The Link Text</a>   Alt Attribute The Alt Attribute is added to images on your web pages to describe what they are. Blind people and search engines can’t easily distinguish what’s in a picture so the alt attribute provides information explaining it. For example: <img src=“http://yoursite.com/your-image.jpg" alt=“This is the alt text describing the image” />   Anchor Text Anchor text is the actual text of a link that you click on. Here’s some example anchor text. In general you want links back to your website with your keywords in the anchor text. When links are built naturally they tend to have a variety of different anchor text. Too much similar anchor text signals that you’re doing SEO work and could trigger a penalty. Example: <a href=“http://yoursite.com">This is the anchor text</a>   Authority This is the ability of a domain to rank well in search engines. The major factors that make up a site’s authority are link equity, site age, traffic, site history and unique quality content.   Backlink A backlink is simply a link to your website from another site on the Internet. This is also called an inbound link. In general the more backlinks your website receives the higher it will rank. Google and other search engines treat backlinks almost like a vote for the quality of your website.   Black Hat SEO These are SEO techniques that are deceptive or outright illegal. Hacking websites to include backlinks to your site or using automated software to spam links are examples of Black Hat SEO.   Bounce Rate The percentage of visitors who leave a website after viewing only one page. In theory a high bounce rate is an indication of low quality content on your website.   Breadcrumbs Breadcrumbs are little links usually at the top of a page that explain the relationship between pages on your site. If a user or a search engine shows up on a random page they might not know where they are on your site. Breadcrumbs help explain where they are in relation to other pages. They typically look like this: Home > Blog > Category > This is a Blog Post   Broken Link This is a link that no longer leads to the desired location. The page may have changed its URL or the site might no longer exist. One common link building strategy is to point out broken links on a website as a show of help. Then also suggest when the webmaster fixes them to include a backlink to their site as well.   Canonical URL A single page on your website can have multiple URLs. For example: http://yoursite.com/ http://www.yoursite.com/ http://yoursite.com/index.html http://yoursite.com/?some-kind-of-tracking-code Are all the same page but search engines can get confused. This could result in the same page being indexed multiple times. The Canonical URL is the official link for the page that you want indexed. The other versions of the URL will redirect in the event that anyone links to them.   Deep Link A Deep Link is simply a link that points to an internal page on a website. If you’re building backlinks naturally you should end up with a lot of deep links to pages on your website.   Disavow Google has a link Disavow tool that can help you recover from penalties. If you have links to your site from low quality sites that could hurt your rankings. The Disavow tool lets you tell Google to not count those links.   DMOZ The Open Directory Project (dmoz.org) is the largest directory of websites on the Internet. It’s owned by AOL and run by volunteers. Anyone can submit a website to the directory and get a link back to their site.   Domain This is the official site address for your website such as yoursite.com. Domain can also refer to a specific website.   Doorway Pages These are pages that are designed to rank for specific search queries then redirect users to other pages on the website.   Duplicate Content Search engines do not like indexing multiple versions of the same content. Copying content from other websites or have multiple pages on your site with the same content can get you penalized.   Dwell Time This is the amount of time a user spends on your website after clicking through a search result before they return to the search results. In theory a low dwell time is a measure of low quality. The user didn’t find what they were looking for and went back to the search results.   Dynamic Content This is content on your website that changes often. In general, the more dynamic content you have the more often your site will be indexed. Dynamic content can also help your website rank better.   Editorial Link An editorial link is a link within the content of an article. In general these links have higher value than links at the end or beginning because they look more natural.   Entry Page This is the page on which a user enters your site.   External Link An external link is simply a link from one website to another one.   Headings There are 6 heading tags with HTML. In general it’s best to break your content up into sections with headings. You should also have the keywords you want to rank for in the headings as well. <h1>This is an example of heading 1</h1>   Hidden Text You used to be able to hide text on your site that was full of keywords. Usually the designer would do something like make the text the same colour as the background and no one would see it. If you try to do this today you will most likely be penalized.   .htaccess This is a hidden Apache configuration file that you can use to set up redirects and other configurations. It’s best to not mess around with this file unless you’re sure you know what you’re doing.   Inbound link A link pointing to your website from another one. Also referred to as a backlink.   Internal Link A link from one page on a website to another page o the same site.   Keyword A keyword is the word or phrase someone types into a search engine that you want your website to rank for.   Keyword Density This is a measure of how many times your keywords appear in the content of a page. Writing content full of keywords usually doesn’t convert well and could get you penalized. It’s best to write content for human readers and maybe slip in your keywords here and there. You probably shouldn’t go over 2.5% with your keyword density. The Yoast SEO plugin will track this for you if you have a WordPress website.   Keyword Research This is the process to finding the optimal keywords to focus your SEO or PPC efforts on. The goal is to find keywords with low competition and high amounts of searches that will convert well.   Landing Page This is the page a user lands on after clicking on an online advertisement.   Link Building The process of building backlinks to your website. The more links you have the higher authority your website.   Link Equity How strong your website is based on its inbound links and the authority of the sites providing those links.   Long Tail Keywords Long tail keywords are much more detailed longer phrases. In general these keywords are easier to rank for and have higher conversion rates. They also have a much smaller search volume though. An example of a long tail keyword would be: “luxury condos for sale in San Antonio” As opposed to a head keyword like: “condos”   Meta Description This is a bit of code that’s entered into the head section of a webpage. The code contains a sentence or two that describe the content on the page. When a page shows up in the search results the meta description is displayed below the title. The meta description is also usually included when the page is linked to on social media sites like Facebook. It’s usually recommend to keep your meta descriptions to under 160 characters. The code for a meta description looks like this: <meta name="Description" content=“This is your meta description. " />   Meta Keywords This is a similar bit of code to the meta description that is also added to the head section of the page. It includes keywords and phrases that the page is targeting. In the early days of the Internet people filled these tags with keywords. Today most search engines don’t count them and most people don’t even bother with them. If you do enter meta keywords anyone can look at your site’s code to see what keywords you’re trying to rank for as well.   Negative SEO Negative SEO is the process of trying to build bad or low quality links to a competitors website to hurt their rankings. This is a type of Black Hat SEO. Any negative links can also be disavowed using Google’s disavow tool so this probably isn’t the best strategy to use.   Nofollow This is an attribute added to the code of a link which prevents that link from passing on authority. Blog comments usually add nofollow to their links to prevent people from spamming their comments with links. Any links they add won’t pass on any value to the website. The code for nofollow looks like this: <a href=“http://yoursite.com“ rel=“nofollow">This is your anchor text</a>   Off-Site Optimization These are the steps you take off your website to improve your rankings. Off-Site Optimization generally revolves around getting backlinks, improving your social media presence or advertising online.   On-Site Optimization These are the steps you take on your website to improve your rankings. On-Site Optimization needs to be done first, before any Off-Site Optimization efforts or you’ll waste your time. On-Site Optimization involves writing quality content, properly optimizing your meta tags, optimizing keyword density on pages, optimizing images and more.   Outbound Link This is a link from one website pointing to another different website.   Pagerank Pagerank is a measure of the importance of websites. It’s a logarithmic scale that’s based on the links a website receives. In general the more links a website has from high page rank sites the higher its own page rank. Google’s algorithms no longer put an emphasis on Page Rank. In the past, the higher your Page Rank, the higher your rankings.   PPC PPC stands for Pay Per Click. It’s a type of advertising on search engines where advertisers are charged when a user clicks on their ad.   Quality Content This is valuable content that people naturally want to link to. The more quality content you add to your website the more natural backlinks you’ll receive and the higher your rankings.   Quality Link Different links have different levels of quality. In general a quality link is: From a trusted source Is hard to get Was built in the past, the longer the better From a related website Within the content on the page (an editorial link)   Redirect Redirects tell search engines and browsers that a page has been moved to a new URL. If someone types the URL or clicks on a link to that URL they will be redirected to the new URL. 301 redirects are used when a page has moved permanently. 302 redirects are used when a page has moved temporarily. During site maintenance for example.   Relative Link These are links on a website with a shorter URL that is relative to the page with the link. In general it’s best to use absolute links any time you link on your website. Relative link example: <a href=“/webpage.html”>The Link Text</a> As opposed to an absolute link: <a href=“http://yoursite.com/webpage.html">The Link Text</a>   Robots.txt This is a file on the root of your website with instructions for search engines on which pages to crawl and which ones not to crawl. Not all search engines will honour what you put in your robots.txt file so be careful.   SEM Search Engine Marketing   SEO Search Engine Optimization   SERP Search Engine Results Page. This is the page that shows you the results for the keyword you searched for.   Site Map A site map is a file or page that gives search engines a map of all the pages on your site and their relation to each other. The site map is usually easier for a search engine to navigate then your actual website.   Splash Page Splash pages are often used as home pages. These are usually fancy pages with some kind of graphic and a button to click through to your actual website. These are terrible for both SEO and user experience and should never be used.   SSL SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. SSL is the standard security technology for making an encrypted link between a website and a browser. With SLL the data shared between the web server and browser is private. Websites that operate online stores or collect personal information should have an SSL certificate. Google also uses SSL as a factor in its ranking algorithm.   Static Content This is content on your website that does not change frequently   Title This meta tag is probably the most important part of on-site SEO. In general titles should be between 50 to 60 characters long and include the keywords you’re trying to rank for. They should accurately describe the page and every page should have its own unique title. The title also appears in the search results as the link that searchers click on. Therefore your titles should make people want to click through. Don’t just fill them with keywords. The code for a meta title goes in the head section of the code and looks like this: <title>This is my meta title</title>   White Hat SEO White Hat SEO includes the various strategies that are approved by Google and won’t get you in trouble. In general these strategies are much more work. An example of White Hat SEO would be to create a lot of high quality content for your website that people naturally want to link to.   If there are any additional terms you’ve seen that we haven’t included here let us know and we’ll add them in!

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SEO GLOSSARY - The Dion Group

SEO GLOSSARY - The Dion Group


The Dion Group

Seo Terminology Defined Algorithm: A set of rules or mathematical formula a search engine uses to rank websites online. Search engines guard their algorithms closely, as they are the unique formulas used to determine relevancy. ALT Text: Also known as alternative text or alt attribute. An HTML tag (ALT tag) is used to provide images with a text description in Continue Reading

How Can Reviews Improve Your SEO?

by Anna Bravington @ Yell Business

Online reviews not only give potential customers a snapshot of the quality of your product or service, they are also very beneficial to your search rankings and search page visibility. In this article I’ll show you how reviews work on Google and how they can benefit your business’ search engine results. Reviews in search results […]

Links: Why are they so Important for Small Businesses?

by Maddie Costa @ Classy Brain

If you’ve been doing a little bit of research on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for your business, you might have come across a term called link building. This may seem like a vague concept and are wondering why these links...

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5 Ways to Prepare for the Future of SEO

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

Search Engine Optimization is a concept that is anything but static. Search engines are constantly changing their algorithms to produce the most relevant content to consumers. There are always new methods and media being introduced for entering search criteria. Businesses must adapt with the trends in order to rise to the top of search rankings […]

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An SEO Glossary - Common SEO Terms Explained - What you need to know

An SEO Glossary - Common SEO Terms Explained - What you need to know


Hallam Internet Ltd

Our SEO glossary of SEO terms is essential reading to help you better understand search engine marketing make the most out of your website.

Websites You Don’t Want Backlinks From

by markedseo @ SEO Mark

You need other websites to link to your site to improve your ranking in Google, however, getting backlinks from some types of websites can do more harm to your site than good. Therefore, it’s important to know what types of sites you don’t want to link to your site. There are […]

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6 Ways to Improve the SEO Value of Your Company Blog

by Jen - Content Director @

If you want to improve SEO for your website — and who doesn’t? — look to your company blog. It offers some powerful options for boosting your position in the organic search engine results. Blogging is one of the most … Read More...

Learn why PBN Hosting is The (New) SEO Hosting in 2017

Learn why PBN Hosting is The (New) SEO Hosting in 2017

by Udit Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Learn How PBN Hosting has revolutionized the SEO industry. Find out why domains using SEO Hosting are getting deindexed at an alarming rate!

Use our WordPress Glossary Index to Improve your SEO

Use our WordPress Glossary Index to Improve your SEO


CM Tooltip Glossary Plugin

Use the CM ToolTip plugin to Improve your SEO by Creating a WordPress Glossary Index of your website's terms, automatically adding Internal & external links

5 Reasons Why You Should Create a SEO To Do List

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

A while back I was told by a very successful family member to start creating to do lists. That being said, I didn’t realize how important they were until just recently. In this post I will briefly explain 5 reasons why I found it very beneficial to create a SEO to do list and why I think you […]

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My Google Search Console Tutorial Will Improve Your Search Rankings

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say: Using Google Search Console is more work than it needs to be. Trying to get hold of the right data at the right time can mean hours of work, complicated exports and endless frustration finding just where the heck everything is. There has to be an easier, way, right? Well thankfully now there is. If you’re one of the 89% of SEO that uses Google Search Console, your prayers just might have been answered. My Google Search Console tutorial is going to show you how to use a 100% free tool ...

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5 Reasons Why Your Website’s Blog Is Important for SEO

by Breanna @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

You would think a blog isn’t important for all businesses, like a plumber or a title agency. Who wants to read about the day to day menial tasks of these [...] Read More

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SEO Glossary, Definitions, Best Practices and Resources

SEO Glossary, Definitions, Best Practices and Resources


Tarun Gehani

This SEO glossary aims to provide a strong foundation for defining search engine optimization terminology, techniques, marketing strategies and tactics.

How to Use Social Media to Improve SEO Visibility

by WebConfs.com SEO @ SEO Tools – Search Engine Optimization Tools

Having a high search ranking is crucial for the success of any business. Here you'll discover how to use social media to improve SEO visibility.

A Complete Introduction to Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

One of the many beauties of modern technology is its ability to adapt to the sharpest curves thrown in its path.

With mobile web browsing on a meteoric rise in the past four years, users were facing problems. Webpages optimised for desktop browsing, with heavy content, were loading at turtle-neck speeds on mobile phones. The demand for faster loading pages was real and urgent.

When the need for faster mobile loading presented itself, this gave birth to AMP, accelerated mobile

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Quality Signals that May have Affected the March 2017 Google Fred Update

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

Googler Gary Illyes declared that unless otherwise given a name by Google ALL of their search “updates” will be referred to as “Fred”.  He was joking but, honestly, I like that.  Some years ago I wrote a brief article titled…

Finding Good Product/Blog/Article Keywords with Google Keyword Planner

by Jen @ Artsy Geek

One of the most difficult search engine optimization (SEO) tasks is coming up with good keywords for your content. Trying to guess what search terms people will use can be aggravating, and if you aren’t using a keyword research tool, …

SEO Glossary - Search Guru

SEO Glossary - Search Guru


Search Guru

SEO GlossaryTermDefinitionSEOSEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the process of optimizing on-page and off-page factors, so that a website becomes easier for search engines to crawl and rank in the organic, or free, search engine results. The higher a website ranks in

132 Ultimate SEO Glossary, Terms & Definitions is All You Need in 2017

132 Ultimate SEO Glossary, Terms & Definitions is All You Need in 2017


GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Understanding SEO can be a difficult specially with so many terms and definitions. This crazy list of 132 SEO glossary is all you need in 2016.

How effective listening skills are at the core of SEO

by thesearchguru @ Search Guru

ffective listening skills are at the core of SEO “I make progress by having people around me who are smarter than I am and listening to them. And I assume that everyone is smarter about something than I am.” Henry J. Kaiser Listening served Kaiser well. He became known as the father of modern American […]

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5 Ways Voice Search Will Impact Real Estate SEO

by WebConfs.com SEO @ SEO Tools – Search Engine Optimization Tools

Is your agency prepared for the voice search era? Here are 5 ways voice search is poised to transform real estate SEO and how you should respond.

Top 10 SEO Guides For Beginners and Experts Alike

by Tarun Gehani @ Tarun Gehani

Top 10 SEO Guides For Beginners and Experts Alike

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Search Engine Definition – SEO Glossary | Searchmetrics

Search Engine Definition – SEO Glossary | Searchmetrics


Searchmetrics

What is a search engine? Our SEO Glossary provides a wide range of technical terms related to Search Engine Optimization.

The Difference between Knee-jerk SEO and What You Need from Your SEO

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

Every day across the world and the Web thousands of search engine optimization professionals give employees, employers, co-workers, clients, and other SEOs their opinions on a variety of topics.  The constant flow of opinion is healthy for the industry.  If…

Comprehensive List of Free & Paid Australian Local Citations

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

Local citations have become an important part of SEO in the past year. With Google constantly expanding its range of quality ranking signals, creating strong, high-quality local citations has never become more important.

Local citations work as strong signals to convey to search engines that your business is, in fact, legitimate and more importantly, real. This becomes of vital importance as Google and other major search engines have always stated they want to rank real, authentic and high-quality websites higher …

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Search Scoop: Week of August 21st

by Netvantage @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Happy Monday! Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:   Abbey Hadar Twitter 9 SEO tips for better Google Image search results — Are you having a hard time getting your [...] Read More

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Job Vacancy: SEO Manager

by Chris Buckley @ Pixel Kicks

  Due to company expansion, we’re on the look-out for a SEO & Digital Marketing Manager to join our team SEO Manager – Ancoats, Manchester We’re looking for someone to work closely with our existing online marketing department, taking the lead for onboarding new clients, assessing campaign requirements, and then planning out a strategy & set of tasks. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to join a successful and growing Manchester based digital agency. We are a client-focused company and strive to provide the best service possible, so you’ll need excellent customer-facing skills and small team management. The successful applicant must be extremely comfortable with planning & […]

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Do It Yourself SEO: Catering to Your Local Area

by WebConfs.com SEO @ SEO Tools – Search Engine Optimization Tools

Does your business reach out to a specific area? Find out in this do it yourself SEO guide on how to increase web traffic from your local area to your business.

SearchCap: AdWords AMP landing pages, Google & Apple tracking & SEO mistakes

by Barry Schwartz @ SearchCap: Daily Search Engine News Recap

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

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The Art & Science of Google AdWords

by salesadmin @

Google AdWords is one of most powerful online marketing tools available today, capable of providing a substantial return on investment and boost to your bottom line. The bad news is that unless you use it correctly, your precious marketing and … Read More...

Google's Infinite Knowledge Snippet is Here! (It's Scary)

Google's Infinite Knowledge Snippet is Here! (It's Scary)

by Udit Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

SEO is changing at a rapid pace, and with Google launching it's Infinite Knowledge Snippet, the future of SEO can become more challenging in 2017.

Local SEO Tips for Boutique Hotels

by Abbey @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Small boutique hotels often get lost in the shuffle in terms of rankings when compared to larger, chain hotels. With well-known hotel brands such as Hilton, Marriott, and Holiday Inn, [...] Read More

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A Crash Course in Pay-Per-Click Advertising

by Anchor Wave @ Anchor Wave

When it comes to search advertising, there are two ways that you can achieve better rankings to be seen by potential customers. You can utilize organic search results by focusing on search engine optimization, or SEO, which includes a content-heavy strategy for improving your rank among non-sponsored search results. Alternatively, you can use pay-per-click, or... Read more »

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My Google Search Console Tutorial Will Improve Your Search Rankings

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say: Using Google Search Console is more work than it needs to be. Trying to get hold of the right data at the right time can mean hours of work, complicated exports and endless frustration finding just where the heck everything is. There has to be an easier, way, right? Well thankfully now there is. If you’re one of the 89% of SEO that uses Google Search Console, your prayers just might have been answered. My Google Search Console tutorial is going to show you how to use a 100% free tool ...

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What Is The Difference Between SEO And PPC?

by Anna Bravington @ Yell Business

Pay Per Click (PPC) and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) are both incredibly good ways of getting exposure for your business on search engines. Which one you use depends on the type of business you have, your business needs and the current stage of your business. I’ll concentrate on PPC and SEO for Google for this article as […]

Absolute beginner’s guide: Getting a website and SEO

by Attacat Joel @ Attacat Edinburgh

Want to gain visibility online but don’t have a clue where to start? Get a website For the best long-term investment we would recommend getting yourself: A domain name that meets your long-term needs (think about your brand and don’t worry about keywords!). Without recommending anybody you can buy from a number of domain registrars like GoDaddy […]

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Comprehensive SEO Glossary - Click Consult

Comprehensive SEO Glossary - Click Consult


Click Consult

Click Consult provide a comprehensive SEO glossary for both starters and experts needing to brush up on industry terms. Download for free today.

Your Quick and Easy SEO Glossary | The Healthy Practice

Your Quick and Easy SEO Glossary | The Healthy Practice


The Healthy Practice

The sheer number of online marketing terms can be overwhelming, so we made this easy-to-understand visual glossary of must-know SEO terms.

How is SEM different from SEO: (Know More) in 2 Minutes!

How is SEM different from SEO: (Know More) in 2 Minutes!

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

The most common confusion people have is the difference between SEO vs SEM. In this article, you will get to learn the everything in just 2 minutes.

SEO Glossary for 2017

by Derek @ Visualeze Design for Small Business Websites

SEO Terms You Need To Know – a quick introduction The world of search engine optimisation can seem a land inhabited with its fair share of shamans and charlatans. This SEO glossary is intended to provide some illumination for those seeking enlightenment and a path through the terminology. Where possible, I will try and err […]

How to Blog for SEO in 6 Steps

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

If you’re reading this, you’re likely a small business owner, content marketer, and/or blogger who’s intrigued by what it means to blog for better SEO. Or, you may be in the group that’s wondering what the heck SEO is and what it has to do with your blogging workflow. “Blog SEO: How to Search Engine […]

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SEO Sunday 2016: October Week Four!

SEO Sunday 2016: October Week Four!

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Every week GoPBN curates the hottest, most trending news, blogs and articles from around the web in the SEO, marketing, and blogging industry.

5 Little-Known SEO Factors That Affect Your Google Ranking

by Tarun Gehani @ Tarun Gehani

Is your current SEO strategy a friend or a foe? Here are 5 little-known SEO factors that affect your Google ranking.

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This is how investing in GoPBN will change your SEO life.

This is how investing in GoPBN will change your SEO life.

by Oscar Hernandez @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Host Your PBN at DigitalOcean, AWS, Azure, Rackspace, Linode etc.. and build the next generation PBN Hosting with GoPBN. Learn why you should use GoPBN.

8 SEO Statistics That Will Blow Your Mind

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

Search engine optimization, or SEO, may sound like a complicated, difficult technique to master. In truth, good SEO is really about understanding your strengths as a business, and making sure you undertake some smartly applied, regular Internet activity to make sure that the people who need you can easily find you. We’ve compiled eight interesting […]

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How Content Marketing Is an Integral Part of SEO

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

SEO, in and of itself, is not a single-concept factor in your online presence. Keywords crammed into content without providing valuable information as well are not enough to be successful in rising to the top of search results. Content marketing should be the focus for all marketers in attaining the online exposure and producing the […]

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Does Your Organization Have a Clearly Defined Digital Marketing Strategy?

by Drew @ Big Storm

It's amazing how many marketing teams don't have an actual digital marketing strategy. Planning your digital marketing strategy is something very common that many organizations lack. All-to-often we get requests for SEO or PPC or even a fully-baked website redesign, with little to no thought about the overall strategy. Now sometimes these tactics are the right answer, but many times people are looking for the shiny fix

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The Ultimate Digital Marketing & SEO Glossary

The Ultimate Digital Marketing & SEO Glossary


Matthew Woodward

If you are confused by jargon in digital marketing then this glossary of terms will help you out. Download a PDF of my digital marketing & SEO glossary now.

Recent “Google My Business” Changes

by salesadmin @

Google My Business (GMB) has undergone several unannounced changes lately that you may not be aware of. If we can be sure of anything, it’s that Google makes changes all the time. The good news about the recent Google My … Read More...

Colorado Springs SEO Workshop

by Maddie Costa @ Classy Brain

Social media, cyber security, Ecommerce websites: these are just a few of the modern day technology platforms that small businesses utilize every day in order to reach their customers. Having an online presence is a must for start-up business in...

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5-Point SEO Content Audit Checklist

by Ana Dukakis @ The Content Works

Having great quality content is crucial in getting your page to rank – you need to give visitors something worth visiting if you want your page to succeed! But let’s say you’ve already created some great work (if not, we have some ideas how to improve it) – how can you get it noticed by […]

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Pueblo SEO Workshop: Beginning SEO as a Small Business Owner

by Jon @ Classy Brain

The internet changes often and it’s hard to keep up with these changes. Especially as a small business owner, keeping up with the latest technologies and search engine algorithms is the least of your worries. However, the digital age is...

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SEO, SEM, PPC, OMG! A Glossary of Online Marketing Terms

SEO, SEM, PPC, OMG! A Glossary of Online Marketing Terms


Snap Agency

SEO, SEM and PPC. In the world of digital marketing there are far too many acronyms and terms that are not always easy to understand.

Rand Fishkin From Moz Shares SEO Tips | First Click, Inc.

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Rand Fishkin is the founder and former SEO of Moz, one of the world’s best SEO analysis websites. In this interviews he shares how he started and how you can start to learn SEO. Below is a transcription of the podcast if you would rather read than watch and listen. Let us know what you […]

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Why a PPC Campaign Might Be Your Best SEO Move

by Snap Agency @ Snap Agency

It can be easy for even the most experienced digital marketers to get caught up in a single tactic. We can lose our creativity and then become worried when that...

How To Make Googlebot Love Your Website

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

Every website owner dreams about finding their website on the first page of Google search results. Unfortunately, no one can guarantee that your web page will be at the top of Google’s organic search results (no even Google). The Google crawler (be sure to check out the SEO for Growth SEO glossary of terms by […]

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The Myth of the Google Update

by Michael Martinez @ SEO Theory

People have been chasing search engine algorithms since the 1990s.  They won’t stop even though the algorithms are more elusive now than ever before.  Nonetheless, Web marketers should approach all unofficial announcements and analyses of search algorithm updates and effects…

Google Autocomplete: Powerful SEO Tool or Epic Time Sink?

by salesadmin @

If you own a computer, you’ve probably played with Google autocomplete a time or two (thousand). In fact, the chances are good that you’ve often used Google’s search term suggestions. But have you ever wondered where they come from? Do … Read More...

Investing in SEO Will Be The Best Business Decision You Make This Year

by Tarun Gehani @ Tarun Gehani

SEO is not dead. SEO still works. Let me rephrase: Thoughtful SEO still works. It comes as no surprise this time of year brings feelings of new beginnings, of exciting potential of the year ahead. Those of us who are in business, who consider ourselves entrepreneurs, hopefully have an enlightened outlook with what’s in store […]

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How to Know in SEO What We are Doing Wrong or Right

by Ramon @ SEO Translator

How do you optimize your site for getting listed on the first page of search results? This is a question to which every blogger or website owner would love to find the answer. Setting up a site or a blog is not a rocket science. The difficulty lies in promoting a website or blog. With the release of Google’s Panda and Penguin updates, most of the websites have been pushed down the search results. The main idea behind these updates was to identify websites with poor quality content and remove the ones with duplicate content.

10 Google Analytics SEO Hacks To Increase Your Search Traffic

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

Keyword: (not provided). If this is you, read on. You might think that Google Analytics (GA) has no value to your SEO efforts because it hides your precious keyword data. Wrong. This post provides my 10 favorite Google Analytics SEO hacks that save time, money and drive awesome insights. What You Will Learn How to use GA Referral reporting to build links How to use GA Annotations to manage efforts, your team and clients How to use GWT reports in GA to get around Keyword: (not provided) The value of internal search data for SEO Using Filters for SEO data ...

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What Makes A Website A High Quality Website?

by markedseo @ SEO Mark

In short, a high quality website is one that provides relevant, useful content and a good user experience, however, there are many individual factors that need to be considered beyond that summarisation. Spending a lot of money on a site is no guarantee of it being classed as a high […]

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Twitter Tool to Get More Followers and Engagement

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Twitter is an excellent site to build a loyal following of engaged users. However, this social media platform requires careful curation to find the right audience. With this tool, you can find and invite the perfect audience to follow you. This increases engagement, and ultimately makes your SEO campaign stronger. Hello and welcome to the […]

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7 Mandatory Technical SEO Processes to Add to Your Checklist in 2017

by Daniel Law @ Big Vision Marketing

Getting technical Google SEO right is the key to any well-ranking website on its continuously evolving search results.

Not only will technical SEO provide a solid website foundation for appearing highly on Google Search but it will also significantly boost positive user experience.

Things such as broken 404 links, internal linking and page loading speed are critical to how your website performs in Google’s search results.

In this post, we will cover seven important technical processes you can add to

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Choosing the Right Keywords for Multilingual Websites

by Ramon @ SEO Translator

Every company that has a website simply cannot ignore strategies for search engine optimizations (SEO). It is in almost everyone's lips, because it is a very important aspect in making a website attract visitors. And playing a huge part in SEO is using the right keywords. This is a complex process that requires expert guidance. First, websites have to contend with the regular change in the algorithms of many search engines such as Google. Now throw in a foreign language or two into the process and the idea of making the keywords work becomes almost insurmountable. When there is an absolute need to create a multilingual website, then there are many things to be considered to ensure that multilingual keywords will work and will guarantee good results.

Attacat's SEO Glossary | Attacat Edinburgh

Attacat's SEO Glossary | Attacat Edinburgh


Attacat Edinburgh

The SEO team at Attacat is pleased to announce the release of our SEO Glossary (mostly because we think you’ll love it but also because we’ve beaten our good friends in the PPC team to the punch – big surprise!). From bot traffic to pagination, brush up on your SEO vocabulary by flicking through our …

An SEO Glossary for Beginners - WEBii

An SEO Glossary for Beginners - WEBii


Web Marketing & Web Development Company Blog - WEBii

If you want to gain a better understanding of search engine optimization and the impact it might have on yourwebsite, your first step should be to familiarize yourself with the most basic and commonly used terms. These terms will give you a foundation upon which you can build once you hire a search engine optimization service to help you craft an effective SEO campaign.

Interview with Entrepreneur Jacques Habra

by First Click, Inc. @ SEO, Online Marketing, Website Development | First Click, Inc.

Jaques Habra is the founder of Noospheric, a business consulting agency based in Santa Barbara. He has been a successful entrepreneur in the tech and SEO world and today he shares some of his advice on how to start a business and run it the right way.

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Free tools for better content

by serialcoders @ Serial Coders

Employees in independent businesses wear a lot of hats, and a lot of the time we’re firing on all cylinders just trying to keep up with the competition. The bad news is that independent businesses still need to produce content. Good content. Content people will read, share and like. The good news is that there […]

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SEO Sunday 2016 - November Week Three!

SEO Sunday 2016 - November Week Three!

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

SEO Sunday November Week Three curates the hottest, most trending news, and blogs from around the web in the SEO, marketing, and blogging industry.

Increase SEO Rankings with Powerful Image Backlinks

by Justin Soenke @ Phase 3

Backlinks are central to SEO, but a good link profile will include an array of platforms. One less commonly used technique is getting backlinks from images.

How to Create Engaging Employee Bios (that Boost SEO)

by salesadmin @

Do you have a page of employee bios on your website? If not, it’s time to think about adding one. Employee profiles might seem insignificant, but these little bios can translate to big benefits for you, your staff and your … Read More...

SEO Sunday 2016 - November Week One!

SEO Sunday 2016 - November Week One!

by Aishwarya Goenka @ GoPBN Blog - A Wealth of Knowledge for the Modern SEO

Every week GoPBN curates the hottest, most trending news, blogs and articles from around the web in the SEO, marketing, and blogging industry.

Identifying How and Why You’re Losing Search Traffic

by Adam @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

When I talk to clients I always try to temper expectations, especially if they’re fairly inexperienced when it comes to how search engines work. Winning the battle in search results [...] Read More

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Search Scoop: Week of August 7th

by Netvantage @ Netvantage Marketing SEO Blog – SEO/PPC/Analytics & More!

Happy Monday! Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:   Abbey Hadar Twitter 6 SEO Mistakes You Should Never Do Again in Your Life — There are many SEO techniques when [...] Read More

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How to Get More Targeted Traffic from Uncontested Keywords

by SEO for Growth @ SEO For Growth

Sometimes, not all traffic is created equal. If you’ve been spending hours upon hours trying to rank for those highly contested terms with tons of searches each month – you might be wasting your time (and money). There’s actually a better way. More isn’t always better. We’re going to look at how targeting niche search […]

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28 Social Media Backlinks You Can Build Today

by Matthew Woodward @ Matthew Woodward

Can I tell you one of the most common misconceptions in SEO? Social Media backlinks are not pointless. I get why many marketers think they are (perhaps including you). It’s because they’re no follow and they don’t ‘count’ in the realms of usual SEO. But the truth is that social signals play a role as a ranking factor. And, there is a lot of attention on Social Media that just isn’t going away. If you ignore social media links you’re ignoring a large portion of your potential audience. People are clicking links and finding new sites in their news feed ...

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