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SEOJan 24, 2012 5:31 PM By Jon Schepke
Like it or not, merchants need to create profile pages on Google+ and make it a pleasurable experience for their audience and customers. Those who don
SEODec 14, 2011 10:30 PM By Stephan Spencer
Every day a new search engine optimization myth is born; unfortunately, not every day does an old myth die off. I’m going to do my part in fighting this menace and spreading the truth — by exposing some of the more insidious myths in this very article
SEONov 16, 2011 12:41 AM By Stephan Spencer
Every day a new search engine optimization myth is born; unfortunately, not every day does an old myth die off. Here are the myths about link building.
SEONov 16, 2011 12:31 AM By Stephan Spencer
Every day a new search engine optimization myth is born; unfortunately, not every day does an old myth die off. The net result is a growing population of myths. These are nearly impossible to squash because snake-oil salesmen keep perpetuating …
SEONov 08, 2011 1:47 AM By Tim Parry
Marketers routinely sign mommy bloggers to write about their products because of the exposure it can provide. If the product is a hit, the mommy blogger will be an excellent brand evangelist, and drive traffic
SEONov 02, 2011 9:30 PM By Stephan Spencer
One aspect of search marketing that doesn’t get enough attention and indeed is misunderstood by the search engine optimization practitioner is the interaction
SEOOct 20, 2011 9:22 PM By MCM staff
New research from GroupM Search shows that 86% of buyers who purchase in-store use generic terms on search engines to inform their purchase decision.
SEOOct 11, 2011 9:34 PM By MCM staff
The 2011 holiday season is right around the corner, and crunch time is here for ecommerce merchants who want to rise to the top of the search engines. Rimm-Kaufman Group strategy lead Paul Panteleon offers up 10 tactics you can use to drive inbound links this holiday season.
SEOSep 20, 2011 2:36 AM By Stephan Spencer
When optimizing URLs for high rankings, many websites pay little attention to optimizing the URL for maximum clickthrough. Yet the URL undeniably affects searcher clickthrough rates in the search engine results pages. MarketingSherpa demonstrates this in its eyetracking study published in its Search Marketing Benchmark Guide in recent years.
SEOSep 01, 2011 9:30 PM By Stephan Spencer
Search engine optimization is more science than art. As with any scientific discipline, SEO needs to be done with rigor. The results need to be reproducible.
by Mike O'Brien
Posted 22 hours ago
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