Many webmasters (and not a few SEOs) are unsure exactly what a link network is. That hazy understanding can lead innocent site owners to pay money to unscrupulous types for a service that will bite them in the behind.
While SEO techniques are highly useful for organic searches, which in turn can drive a large amount of traffic to your site, the opportunities with paid search can be optimized to allow you to micro-target prospects and consumers.
When it comes to content strategy, SEO has traditionally been the primary focus for digital marketing professionals. This strategy is no longer enough, as content marketing has become the key to search engine performance and building a successful digital presence.
There’s a lot of talk going on in the online marketing industry about the seemingly imminent takeover of native advertising. Advertisers, publishers, bloggers, and affiliates all seem to be ready and waiting for the shift from traditional banner ads to sponsored content, expecting native advertising to really step into the spotlight in 2014.
For years, search engines have been the primary way for consumers to find new businesses. Now, though, you can make a strong case that social media gains more than search engines in the amount of site traffic and referrals it brings.
There are probably ten or more items that you need to pay attention to when writing a web page. Some of these have to do with the copy itself, some with the structure of the page and still others are more behind the scenes things like tags.
Along with the usual decisions regarding an SEO budget, many analysts and experts have been expressing a belief that those budgets are going to need to be increased in 2014. The reason behind this? SEO is becoming more competitive, meaning businesses need to spend more to keep up.
Content marketing faces the constant tension between writing for search engines or crafting it for people. But there is also another challenge that comes from decades of formal marketing education and training.
In the first part of this two-parter we looked at five key elements to check SEO credibility of your website. This time round we add to what you learned last time and round out the list of the Top 10 Tips for ways to tune your website’s SEO.
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