Spam refers to any strategy that is designed to “cheat” the search engines into giving you a higher ranking than your page deserves. Many websites employ spammy techniques without realizing they are doing it.
For instance, look closely at the… Continue reading
Without following every single link on your site, how can you be sure that your pages are simply not found by the search engines?
It’s a good idea to include a link to your sitemap on each new high performance… Continue reading
Are you working on some new Web content for the search engines this
week? Here are 3 elements to keep in mind:
1. Create content that is original and genuinely useful to your
visitors. Content is King so if your… Continue reading
People have a difference of opinions on many things. From politics to religion to sports teams to, believe it or not… SEO practices. Of course that does not mean that I don’t enjoy some healthy and articulate debates on those and other subjects (which some of you and I have done in the past).
Link pruning and the removal of toxic and suspicious links from your link profile is becoming important in SEO. Learn which links should be removed and how.
The 2013 Local Search Ranking Factors report is the holy grail of all things LOCAL! If you are a small business owner targeting a local market or if you are a Search Marketing professional working for those small business owners this is a must read.
SEO is a marathon not a sprint and there are no short-cuts or quick-fixes to building qualified traffic and quality links overnight.
Please join me this Thursday, April 18th at 6:00pm for the Tampa SEO and Internet Marketing Meetup for “How and Why to Optimize Images for SEO”.