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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [4/11/14]

Google: Our Algorithms Picked up on Your Keyword Stuffed Page

“Interesting, the basics of SEO still ring true today!” –Josh McCoy

 

 

Study: 78% of Local Mobile Searches Result in Offline Purchases

“Local and Mobile can drive sales/leads online but also do the same offline!” –Josh McCoy

 

 

SEO for Ecommerce: A Comprehensive Guide

“Not a blog post, but a great slide deck on Ecommerce SEO.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

 

The Linking Dilemma: Google Has Left a Giant Mess for Us All

"Julie Joyce digs into link penalties, toxic links and the havoc Google has left for SEOs in the link building game.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

 

How to Get More Twitter Followers without

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [4/4/14]

Local Landing Pages: A Guide To Great Implementation In Every Situation

“Looking to improve your landing pages for local search? Use this guide.” –Joshua Titsworth

Automating and Visualizing Data from Google Webmaster Tools

“Who doesn't love visualizing data? This is a great piece on making the information in GWT actionable.” –Joshua Titsworth

Slides from the IA Summit 2014

“This is a MUST read. Be careful though, taking in this information is like drinking water from a fire hydrant.” –Joshua Titsworth

Marketing Personas: The Complete Beginner’s Guide

“Writing content for various personas can result in conversion increases. Here is a guide to creating marketing personas.” –Gary Huhn

Why Content

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [3/28/14]

4 Content Activities to Help Build Real Relationships with Influencers

“Great insight into the types of content that influencers will want to latch onto.” –Josh McCoy

 

Google Now Supports all Sub-Types of Organizational Schema

“Schema is all the rage and Google supports even more Schema properties!” –Josh McCoy

 

SEO for Startups New Businesses: An 11 Step Plan

“A valuable 11 step SEO plan for new businesses.” –Gary Huhn

 

Getting Reviews the Right Way for Local Business

“Ever wonder how to get reviews for your business? Here is a guide to getting reviews the right way for local businesses.” –Gary Huhn

The Advanced Guide to Content Promotion

“Not really a

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [3/21/14]

So… You Think SEO Has Changed?

“A great look at where we’ve been and where we are headed pertaining to SEO!” –Josh McCoy

 

Turning Old Content into New Links

“Great insight on how to get the most out of your owned assets!” –Josh McCoy

 

Manual Spam Action Revoked! A Case Study

“A look at getting a manual penalty removed.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

The Anatomy of a Google Smear Campaign

“A few days ago My Blog Guest was given a manual penalty from Google, this piece gives some insight as to what may really be going on.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

When Building Communities Isn’t the Best Way to Build Links

“A great

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Joshua Titsworth Tips for a Faster-Loading Site

If there is anything that can create a frustrating user experience faster than ugly graphics or automated sound, it is a slow-loading site. You would think that waiting five seconds or so would not be that bad. However, though patience may still be a virtue, it isn’t one for the web. Users want to see your site now, not five or ten seconds from now.

So what do you need to do to speed up your site? Here are a few helpful tips to consider:

Take a Look at Your Code

If there is one thing that can bog down your site, it

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [3/14/14]

Yes, Google Does Have & Use Author Rank; Specifically within In-Depth Articles

“Yet another reason why Google+ should be a part of your SEO strategy!” –Josh McCoy

 

Google’s Search Results Ditch the Underlined Links, Increase the Font Size & More in New “Experiment”

“What are your thoughts on the new Google SERP display?” –Josh McCoy

 

Google Working on a Softer & Gentler Panda Algorithm to Help Small Businesses

“Finally, some love for small businesses!” –Josh McCoy

 

Local Search Forum on Webmaster World

“A great list of local items to keep in mind for any local businesses getting involved in search.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

5 Unexpected Link Prospected Tools, and

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [3/7/14]

19 Technical SEO Considerations You Should Look at Today

“Some of these are basic, some aren’t. Either way, it’s a good list to keep on hand.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

Is Poor Backlink Strategy Damaging Your Brand?

“Outreach to sites is inevitable if you’ve been doing spammy tactics. But it’s no excuse to be a jerk to webmasters who haven’t replied to your email.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

Set Majestic Up Your Way

“SQUEEEEEEE…I mean, *ahem* Majestic now allows you to customize it YOUR way. Talk about putting the customer first.” –Joshua Titsworth

 

Why Spending Big On Extraordinary Content Marketing Is A Good Bet

“This is a bit self-promotional, as

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [2/28/14]

 Majestic Trust Flow or Moz Domain Authority for SEO?

"So many metrics to choose from, which one should you be looking at?" -Joshua Titsworth

 

 3 Steps to Identify Blog Topics that are Relevant to Your Audience

“Are you stuck trying to determine what topics you should craft content around for your blog posts? Here is a guide that helps you identify blog topics that are relevant to your audience.” –Gary Huhn

 

 Bing Takes A Stance Against Poor Spelling and Grammar, Saying It Will Hurt Rankings

“Google has already warned us about how poor spelling and grammar can affect search rankings and now Bing is taking the

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Gary Huhn Essential Semantic SEO Markup for Businesses

 

If you constantly seek more leads and conversions from your online presence, then you more than likely understand the priority of having your website ranked high in search engine results. So what can you do to improve your ranking efforts in search results?

 In the past, it was easy to pick a high-traffic keyword you wanted your Web site to rank for, such as “San Diego dentist,” and write content targeting that particular keyword. Google used to match keywords within a query to keywords on a Web page. The higher the on-page keyword density that matched the query, the more relevant

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [2/21/14]

Google Didn’t Want Us To Use The Keyword Planner This Way. But It Works Nicely.

“It’s not often that people blog about alternative ways to use common tools so this was a good post that thought outside the box about using Google’s Keyword Planner tool.” –Jordan Kasteler

The Attributes of Usability and How to Exploit Them

“It’s high-time SEOs learn more about usability for Internet marketing purposes. There’s a great recap of various usability attributes here.” –Jordan Kasteler

The Number One Thing PPC Consultants Should Be Doing To Retain Clients

“While focused on PPC, this article is a good reminder to all consultants on how

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Josh McCoy Tool Review: SEMrush

*From time-to-time it is nice to take a moment and recognize Digital Marketing software/tools that help make our lives easier. 

Competitive Analysis is quite possibly one of the most integral elements of creating, planning and measuring a successful Search campaign, be it Paid or Organic. Specifically, gaining an understanding as to what visibility wins a competitor has endured in regard to Organic presence is extremely important. Seeing what visibility a site has attained provides a starting point for your research into how they got there and what you need to do replicate this process. Within the Paid Search realm competitive insight

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [1/31/14]

A Beautiful Day in Your Neighborhood

“Be sure to update your Yahoo local listing, as they have updated the listings with some new enhancements such as a larger map, photos, company overview, etc.” – Gary Huhn

Index Your Content Faster With the Fetch as Google Tool

“Did you just upload new content to your site and you want it indexed as quickly as possible. Use the often under-utilized Google Fetch tool to get your content indexed faster.” – Gary Huhn

WTF is a Cookie Anyway? Do You Really Know, or Just Think You Do?

“Do you really know what a cookie is? Do you know what

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [1/24/14]

9 Tools To Help You Come Up With Content Ideas

“Sometimes the most difficult part of content creation isn’t finding the writing resource, it is the ideation.” –Josh McCoy         

Google Webmaster Tools Crawl Errors Reports Now Showing Errors on Final Redirect URL

“Nothing like the feeling of Google offering more Webmaster Tools insight!” –Josh McCoy

Toward a Linkless SEO: The SEO Link is Dying. Here’s What Might Replace It

“Great write-up and interesting take on what might replace link building.” –Joshua Titsworth

Guest Blogging: A Change in the Google Algorithm

“Gini gives her take on the ‘guest blogging is dead’ thing.

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Joshua Titsworth Need some UK citations for local search? We have those too.

The last time we talked about local citations, we chatted only about the US. So, to be fair, we wanted to look at what UK citation sources exist. Like the US version, there have been many “top 10” or “50 of the best citations” lists for the UK.  However, unlike the US spreadsheet, which had almost 300 sites, the UK list has nearly 500 sites. (There are some sites from the US list represented on the UK list because those sites accept UK as well.) Nevertheless, there are plenty of UK-specific places.

Like the US list, this spreadsheet will let you

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Mark Jackson Image of the Week [1/17/14]: New to Digital Marketing

Did you feel like this when you were brand new to digital marketing? 

Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [1/17/14]

Linking The Google Way In 2014 

- Mark Jackson

The Beginner’s Guide to Social Media

“I’m recommending this content purely from a visual standpoint of how content should be made!” – Jordan Kasteler

The Power of Authors and Content for Link Building

“This article takes a fresh approach to outreach and guest posting calling upon authors vs domains.” – Jordan Kasteler

What to do with your Disavow List when 301’ing an Old Domain 

"If you’ve ever had to deal with a disavow and redirect an old domain, you should read this."  - Joshua Titsworth

How to Create a Prioritized SEO Action Plan

"Simple but thorough write up on

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Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [1/10/14]

    Google Webmaster Tools Search Queries Adds Mobile Stats & No Longer Rounds Data

“Finally, Google is giving us better page/keyword impression numbers! We’re still not forgiving them for encrypted search though. :)” -Josh McCoy

    Pinterest Acquires VisualGraph, Looks To Improve Visual Search Capabilities

“Another reason to remember that images are content and that you should be on Pinterest!” –Josh McCoy

    Changes in SEO: What you need to know in 2014

“Good recap of what happened in 2013 and what to expect in 2014.” –Joshua Titsworth

    Five SEO New Year’s Resolutions for 2014

“Something I think we all can relate to, a few items everyone should be focusing

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Mark Jackson Image of the Week [1/10/14]: SEO Birthday

The Search Engine Friendly Birthday Card

Mark Jackson Internet Marketing Link Roundup [1/3/14]

    R.I.P Last Click Attribution

“This is a great reminder to explore different attribution models for different client goals to show the true value of marketing channels.” -Jordan Kasteler

 

    How to Use the Information Inside Google's Ved Parameter

“This tutorial teaches how to set up custom variables to track data passed through a Google parameter.” –Jordan Kasteler

 

    Link Building the Right Way in 2014

“From one of the link-building greats in our industry, here is the simple direction you need to take in link-building. Don’t get burnt like so many others have over the past few years regarding link-building.” –Josh McCoy

 

    Google: Can't Crawl Your Robots.txt Then
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Image of the Week [1/3/14]: Keyword (not provided)

Hey girl, how about an SEO meme? 


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