Tag Archives: SEO

SEO Tools: Looking Back to Move Forward!

Sometimes, especially with SEO tools, you’ve got to go back to move forward. I recently stumbled accross this old video of myself and my good friend Matt Da Cruz from 3 years ago discussing the future of some of the sickest SEO tools ever released for public consumption. This was the precursor to some of the […]

Duplicate Content, What is it and How to Avoid it!

You’ve heard of duplicate content, but how do you know if you are creating it or how to stop it from penalizing your website? If you have a WordPress site, then it’s a simple fix, but for the sake of elaboration, let’s delve deeper into how search engines work and reveal what duplicate content really […]

Full-Bodied SEO: Looking Past Keywords

Just like degusting a fine wine to appreciate its full-bodied flavor, don’t omit the chronology that it’s the process of the grapes aging combined with a semblance of subordinate processes that merge a plethora of complex layers into simplified notes to cultivate a delectable, yet exquisite fine wine. In parallel, SEO is quite similar. While […]

Infographic: How Profitable is Google?

Here are a few tantalizing tidbits of trivia for visual types who enjoy contrast and comparison courtesy of BusinessMba.org called Google: Behind the Numbers. Aside from the glaring monetization prowess of “The Digital Juggernaut” known as Google, just remember “your clicks equate to revenue”. Let’s take a peek behind the numbers from Google’s 2010 profits […]

Where Is The SEO Backlink Sweet Spot?

Is there such a thing in SEO as the off-page inbound link sweet spot? Meaning, finding the tipping-point for inbound links per URL, per keyword… Based on our heuristic testing, absolutely!  Just like wine, links get stronger with age – if they are supported by (a) sufficient internal links within the site linking out or […]

Is SEO a Moving Target?

Is SEO a moving target or are you simply shooting blanks in the dark? It’s no surprise that for those of you trying to get your site ranked that you’ve discovered that SEO is “subject to change” and often on a daily or weekly basis. From Florida updates to Panda maulings, despite the ups and […]

Create Content With Purpose!

Today’s topic is creating content with purpose (adding fresh content on your website) which serves a dual purpose for SEO and user engagement. Both are equally important and necessary in the grand scheme of the evolution of your website. The first short-term purpose is to generate a surge of present-tense traffic. Even if your new […]

SEO Tips to Create Stronger Trust & Domain Authority

Theoretically, websites do not get stronger by themselves, they need help. While aging a website is a factor for prolonged growth in rankings, today’s SEO tip shared below works by virtue of on-site evolution in tandem with elevated digital trust and authority (the real purpose of SEO). The undeniable value of adding topical theme-relevant content […]

3 Painful Keyword Research Pitfalls to Avoid!

The primary reason why people use search engines is to find answers.  Therefore, your websites success depends on whether or not you fully understand the questions people are searching for (the cause behind the cause) and to which degree your landing pages answer those questions or solve their problems. This is known as finding the […]

SEO & Natural Language Discrimination By Semantic Analysis

As smart as Google is, their search engine uses an algorithm based on natural language and the relationships or connectivity of semantic occurrences (otherwise known as shingles, i.e. groups of words or phrases) to ascertain context. These semblances, e.g. relationships are the fabric of relevance and intent and represent the convergence of allowing search engines […]

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