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11 Minute Keyword Discovery

May 20, 2015 by

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There are tons of great in-depth articles on keyword research across the web, but they all try to be comprehensive when most of us want “good-enough”. So, is there a Pareto Principle version of keyword discovery and research? Is there a way to get 80% of the value with 20% of the effort? I think [Continue reading]

Million Dollar Answer Boxes

May 13, 2015 by

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We all hate them (if you don’t, your vote doesn’t count), but they are here to stay: answer boxes. Answer boxes are one of Google’s more controversial methods of taking content from webmaster sites and displaying it directly in their search results. But, like most things Google does that might be unsavory to webmasters in [Continue reading]

Announcing Organic Traffic Volatility on SEOAlarms

May 4, 2015 by

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Search rankings volatility has become a staple of search metrics. Leaders in the space including MozCast, SERPs Volatility Index, Algoroo, and SERPMetrics Flux all measure flux slightly differently but ultimately look at movement in the search results. SEOAlarms takes a slightly different approach as well. We aren’t as interested so much is search result fluctuations [Continue reading]

Stop Comment Spam

April 24, 2015 by

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Over the past several years I’ve been involved in the Internet marketing community, one thing has really gotten under my skin: comment spam. Almost every back-link analysis I’ve performed has comment links in one form or another. Many of these links can be quite old, as  comment sections keep track of the day / time the comment was posted. [Continue reading]

6 Ways To Market with Vine

April 7, 2015 by

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“6 seconds? What can you market in 6 seconds?” Those are usually the first two questions I receive after telling a client to use Vine for promotional purposes. Just to clarify, there a ton of tasks you can accomplish in 6 seconds. However, this article is not about learning how to tie a Double-Windsor knot [Continue reading]

Article Sites: The Panda’s Worst Enemy

March 30, 2015 by

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Most, if not all, easily replicated SEO tactics are now a thing of the past, and any SEO-provider / internet marketing company that offers those services are going to do more harm than good for your website’s rankings. In this post, we are focusing on why article directories, content farms, blog syndication, or whatever you like [Continue reading]

The End of Doorway Pages

March 23, 2015 by

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Google recently updated their post on doorway pages and released a blog post detailing those changes as well. There are many names for this particular brand of black-hat SEO; bridge, portal, or gateway pages, more commonly known as doorway pages, are typically created to rank for specific keywords to drive more traffic to the primary website. Doorways [Continue reading]

The Perfect Reconsideration Request

March 20, 2015 by

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Acquisition of a penalty can be a daunting task to address. You have been told by your SEO that the work they have done up to this point abides by the Google Quality Guidelines, and now that trust is broken. More than likely you have severed ties with your SEO company / employee, and now [Continue reading]

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