Anyone reading this article understands that on the Internet, things change. Sometimes they change slowly, like search engines incorporating social media influence as part of their algorithm. But sometimes, as with the Panda and Penguin updates at Google, what worked last night may not work today.Here are five brand tactics that are important to SEO in 2013.
Has your website received a manual action in Google? Have you tried to submit a reconsideration request and failed?In this infographic created as a collaboration between Marcela De Vivo and Brian Dean, the process of going through the reconsideration process is outlined so you can understand how to get the manual action lifted with a successful reconsideration request.
With his upcoming speaking gigs this Fall, SEMrush’s Sean Malseed has been busy writing some related articles in preparation for the events. He offers some great tips and tricks on how to make your PPC/SEO campaigns better, easier, and more successful – all by utilizing the help of SEMrush!Check out the following articles that have been published on various blogs this past month for valuable information on using SEMrush for your benefit.
I recently read a blog article titled, “Do I Really NEED to Be Using SEO in my Blog Posts?” The conclusion the author made was that you don’t HAVE to use SEO, although she admitted it can be a great way to bring additional traffic to your site.Well, duh!That’s why you need SEO in your blog posts. Traffic. Without traffic, you have no readers, and without readers, you have no prospects. No prospects = no sales. Period. End of story.
In recent months, Google has been doing its utmost to prevent webmasters from manipulating their results through link building. For years, marketers, webmasters and just about everybody with a website that wanted to rank high in Google have been using a number of techniques and fads to get to the top of the SERPs.
One thing you can always say about the Internet is that it’s constantly morphing.  In the late ‘80s to early ‘90s, it was a novelty. Not many people owned personal computers, and if they did, they paid a bundle for them. I remember buying my first PC in 1986 and it cost $2,500 for a 20M hard drive. At the time, I didn't even know that the Internet existed, though people were already using it.In the 1990’s, being online was cool…a novelty.
Having an online presence is becoming a major marketing trend and a must for many businesses. However, most business beginners start out making common online marketing mistakes, such as prioritizing SEO keywords rather than making their business website easy for visitors to read. Although social media networks and SEO are key elements to online marketing, there’s more to Internet marketing than that.
If you‘re an inbound marketer who‘s all about “link earning,“ then this article isn‘t for you. If you think that “content marketing is the new SEO,“ then this article isn‘t for you, either. But if you‘re an “in-the-trenches“ 75-emails-a-day link builder, then you‘ll love what I‘m going to share with you today: nine killer tools that will make link building efforts easier and more effective. Let‘s get right to them, shall we?
This November, leading online marketing experts and multi-channel retailers will meet in Kiev for the Online Retail Business Exhibition. This event is the largest of its kind in Eastern Europe, serving over 700 attendees. The event is separated into two parts, one being an open opinions exchange regarding different industry topics led by field experts and the other being an exhibition of professional products and services.
Still stuck on where to get content ideas for blog posts or social media posts? Well, last time I wrote about content ideas and how you can use SEMrush to find them. If you‘re already tapped out there, and can‘t find any more ideas for content, then you may want to try newsjacking. You can use to help you find content ideas (and monitor certain sites) for newsjacking..