Organic SEO, brand development and content strategies go hand in hand. Marketing online is a mixture of all three: becoming visible with organic SEO, building your brand and doing it all with sound content strategies. Fresh Content is Kind provides links from around the Web for your enjoyment and learning, to help you market your most important asset – your brand.
A few weeks ago, I was contacted by a small business owner about my SEO services. And what started out as a simple check of a website turned into an interes
Summary – Know Your Header Response Codes
Although hidden to the naked eye, header response codes are critically important for SEO. The right codes will enable the engines to properly crawl and index your webpages, while the wrong codes could lead to SEO disaster. I recommend checking your site today (via both manual checks and a crawl). You might find you’re in the clear with 200s, but you also might find some sinister 404s. So check now.
Quick & Dirty Content Audit. You need to bite the bullet if you’re not an excel fan and open a new worksheet. The easiest way to start this is to do a crawl
The idea behind the content audit is to upgrade the website in line with modern trends and communication standards. You don’t want your visitors to think you’ve woken up from a hundred-year sleep. You need to make sure your content remains relevant and updated at all times in order to maximize your online performance.
The Most Important Part of SEO Success" If you’re hoping to boost your business performance through SEO, you need the numbers to assess how well you’ve...
At this point in the game, it’s well into 2015, and most savvy people that work online understands the fundamentals of SEO. It involves selecting relevant keywords for a campaign, then placing them strategically in the content throughout your site.
With technology and information readily available, having unchanged content won't enhance your business. Here's how you can create an adaptive content. The post 5 Ways to Use Adaptive Content by @albertcostill appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Is Google's Truth Algorithm coming soon? An in-depth review of Knowledge Based Trust and how it may impact you in the future. The post Google’s Truth Algorithm: 5 Facts You Should Know appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
In a follow-up to her last column, Erin Everhart takes on the question of whether it's better for search engine optimization professionals to be highly specialized in SEO or more of a jack-of-all-trades digital marketer.
Imagine starting a blog with zero overhead. Imagine having a place online to write your thoughts, tips, and learnings and share with a built-in audience and an immediate potential for viral traffic. Imagine a really great writing app.
Editor Note: Neil was the opening speaker for our SEJ Summit in Santa Monica this year, hosted by our partner, Searchmetrics. Want to learn more from speakers like him at our Summits throughout the year in NYC, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco,...
Google’s investment in artificial intelligence does more than just create better search results; it allows Google’s engineers to make constant algorithm changes right under our noses. Columnist Nate Dame explains.
Two Reasons For Fewer Google Algo Update Announcements
I don’t think that Google will ever kick back, put up their collective feet, and stop updating. So why the drop?
For anyone looking to make a website and run an online business though questions come into mind. 1) Which site building platform should I select for my blog? 2) What are the costs involved in running my site? 3) How do I make my website different in a competitive niche? Giving you the right answer... Read more »
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It’s emotionally challenging to get started. So don’t get bogged down trying to fill your site with tons of content, you’ll never get the thing launched.My formula is three posts and three pages. That’s it. Then launch.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.