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I thought by now most everyone was in agreement not to spend too much time and energy on straight-up link exchanges. Google has made it clear that random outbound links on a page aren’t really that helpful as the page probably (i) doesn’t have great content (since when did links count as content?) and (ii) has so many links about different topics that the page really isn’t relevant or authoritative for any topic.
We’re looking for someone who’s PASSIONATE about SEO; who wants to know what’s new; who follows SEO experts throughout the world and QUESTIONS what they say; who’s constantly thinking "what works?", "what doesn’t?", "how can I test that?"; who wants to be a VOICE in the industry; who wants to SUCCEED for themselves, their clients and the company. In short, we want a SEO NINJA. Oh (very important!), this person also knows how (and wants) to help other businesses with their online marketing – this is an AGENCY after all.
One or two years ago, I stood on my soap box and explained the utter importance of consistent listings of a company’s Name, Address and Phone Number ("NAP") in high-authority directories to rank in Google Map results (also known as "citations"). Nowadays, with the blending of local search and organic listings in Google’s “local search” results, the question of directories becomes intriguing (and plausible) because it seems that a directory-strategy alone will not achieve the map rankings a business might desire.
Just when I started to fall in love with the Google Next button, Graywolf tells me to prepare for the death of the RSS?!? Well, of course he’s not saying that people will stop…
As SEO’s we hear it time and time again: Content is King. Content is King. Content is King! Yes, we get it. I think in a business where links are getting harder and harder to obtain and flimsy blogs breaks under pressure or get indexed less, we all understand that content is important.
The recent sale of The Huffington Post to AOL for $315 million heralds yet another milestone in the shift of news media from traditional to digital channels. Keeping in mind that The Huffington Post is primarily a news blog site, comparing The Huffington Post’s valuation to the market cap of other media companies tells a very interesting story.
Ohh Conrad Saam, you are amazing. Last year, Max attended (and spoke!) at SMX East, and was super inspired by Conrad’s presentation about rank reports. So much in fact that we changed the entire…
As you’ve probably seen, there’s been a ton of buzz recently on the power of Exact Match Domains (EMD’s) to rank in Google’s SERPs. An example of this would be www.competitivekeyword.com to rank very…
After reading Rand Fishkin’s SEOmoz post on “Recommendations for Blog Commenting as a Marketing Strategy” it got me thinking of how I approach blog comments and how it adds value.