How to Sell Link Building (According to a High Earning Sales Executive)

I really love the fact that I can go home when my day is done and share my professional success stories with my wife. The only downside is that most of the time, she gives me this weird look that tells me I’m practically speaking another language, and one that she doesn’t understand. That’s just…

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More Than 40 Questions To Ask When Examining Link Building Agencies

If you intend to hire a 2017 SEO agency to do link building for you, then you’ll have to consider more than one agency. That’s not an easy feat, and let me tell you why: It’s not easy for me to say this, but the modern SEO market is still filled with link-building agencies who…

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Does Google Consider Scholarship Links to Be Unnatural?

Everyone is aware that in order to improve the Google rankings of a site, it is important to get links. Until recently, it seemed as if a site would benefit from any kind of link. Now however, Google is getting better at figuring out when a link has been made with one intention in mind,…

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Do You Do Any of These 8 Outdated SEO Tactics?

Back in the day your sites were rocking and rolling, raking in the cash and ranking high up in the search engine results. If you went away for 10 years, 5 years, or 3 years, and returned to start SEO efforts again, then you would be in for a shock. So many renditions of Google…

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Monday Morning Recap (March 7th – March 13th)

Google Makes The SEO Industry Tremble With ‘Fred,’ An Unconfirmed And New Ranking Update Many in the SEO community seem to think that Google applied a ranking update to its algorithm. Webmasters have certainly noticed changes, and automated tools that track Google provide hard evidence pointing towards confirmation of this belief. It all dates back…

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What You Need to Know About the Average Price of SEO in 2017

The majority of current business owners do comprehend and accept just how critical SEO is. Having said that, the industry has wild swings in pricing variations, which makes it difficult for those same business owners to get their heads around what average costs are. The early days of SEO involved low-cost outsourcing, which did things…

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Monday Morning Recap (February 14th – February 20th)

How Google’s Fast Track Indexing Compares To Normal Indexing John Mueller of Google recently addressed the common issue of a URL or page not showing up in Google’s index for a while and then ultimately dropping out again. The problem has been known to plague newly made URLs in particular. He explained that there are…

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Small Business SEO: 5 Easy Link Building Tactics You Can Start Today

Oftentimes, small to medium sized businesses, abbreviated SMBs, do not consider how important link building is to their business. Furthermore, these companies often see SEO as a waste of time and money. Actually, link building is one of the best ways to increase your visibility and your profits. Link building helps increase your online visibility…

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Monday Morning Recap (January 31st – February 6th)

Majority Rules: Over Half Polled Did Not Feel the Effects of Google’s Mobile Interstitials Penalty To date, approximately half of the websites out there haven’t yet felt the effects of Google’s Mobile Interstitials Penalty. Google announced in 2016 that it would begin to devalue pages that have intrusive pop-ups which are also referred to as…

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Monday Morning SEO Recap (January 17th – January 30th)

Google Accepts Matt Cutts’ Resignation The man most responsible for building the SEO community at the search engine behemoth, Google, resigned as of December 31, 2016. Most people in the industry have been expecting this for some time. Six months ago, Matt left Google for what was expected to be a three-month stint working for…

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