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I Was Wrong About Linkwheels – They Don’t Work!

June 25, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

In a previous article, I asserted that based upon the areas targeted by the Penguin and Panda updates, link wheels should still work, and might even be the ideal SEO technique for the post-Penguin era. In that article, I advised my reader that this was simply theory at this point, and I promised to report […]

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How Google plans to Control Negative SEO

June 10, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

Sean at SEO-Hacker.com hits another home run with his article about negative SEO and how Google plans to deal with negative SEO by allowing webmasters to disavow unwanted links. “Let’s get things straight – there is such as thing as Negative SEO. It exists. It works (on some websites). It happens. And it’s been happening […]

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Has Paypal Gone To War With The Warriors Forum?

May 29, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

Will Paypal Close Your Account for Marketing on Specific Discussion Boards? Some members of the Warrior Forum believe that they are being targeted by Paypal for simply marketing their products on that particular discussion board. The Warrior Forum is an online discussion board which caters to Internet marketers. There is a specific area of the […]

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Official Google Panda Update Version 3.8 On June 25th

Google has announced they pushed out a new refresh to the Panda algorithm recently. This update “noticeably affects only ~1% of queries worldwide,” said Google on Twitter. It is not clear if the...

 
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10 Numbers Every Enterprise SEO Needs On Speed Dial

As I have written in earlier columns, SEO is not rocket science. What the industry has labeled “Enterprise SEO” is more project management and compliance work than it is the algorithm-chasing or...

 
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Keyword Rich Domain Names – Their SEO Value &...

Despite post-Panda/Penguin spam worries, keyword (KW) rich domain names still have a place in SEO. This analysis will outline both the positives and negatives of KW rich domains on CTR and...

 
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Do You Need To Protect Your SEO Agency From Clients?

15:59 6/14/2012, Tony Wright, all things seo, Search Engine Land: News & Info About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & Search Marketing I received my undergraduate degree from a small, liberal...

 
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Marketers React To News Of Google Shopping Changing To...

A few days after Google upended the ecommerce marketing world with the announcement of upcoming changes to what will now be called Google Shopping, many retailers and marketers we spoke with are...

 
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How to Evaluate Guest Post Opportunities

Great article on SEOMOZ by James Agate on how to evaluate Guest blogging opportunities. James points out that simply jumping into guest blogging as a reaction to Penguin may bring problems down the...

 
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Article Marketing as a Traffic Driver

Is article marketing still effective? Have the Panda and Penguin updates wiped out article marketing as an effective SEO strategy? Is article marketing even worth the time and effort involved? The...

 

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How to Find a WordPress Theme that Works

As an online publisher you have to make hundreds of important decisions a day, so why leave the biggest ones to chance? If you’ve chosen to self-host your site (instead of becoming a digital...

 

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The Simple Reason You’re Not a Writer (Yet)

I’ve been writing my whole life. For years, I penned stories in notebooks, even wrote and published articles in magazines. Still, I never considered myself a writer. I used words like “wannabe”...

 

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The Direct Path to Finding Prospects and...

There’s a type of marketing that produces more sales than display advertising, PR, or community-based social media. It’s called direct marketing, and surprisingly, it’s not widely understood....

 

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48 Elements of Persuasive Written Content

If you’ve ever tried to write advertising copy, or any kind of persuasive web copy, you’ll really appreciate this article on CopyBlogger. Author Uttoran Sen gives forty eight on-target...

 

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Mobile Usage Drives Social Media

“U.S. mobile social media usage rose by 37 percent in the past year, with 72.2 million Americans accessing social networking sites or blogs via mobile device in August 2011, according to...

 

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Social Media Marketing: Beyond Twitter and Facebook...

Great article at SEO Chat about how to go beyond Twitter and Facebook in your social media marketing. Excerpt: “Social media marketing seems to get more complicated every day. But you...

 
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YouTube Bumps Up to Fourth in Traffic as of May 2012

In May of 2012, more people than ever were active online and they even increased the amount of time they spent there. New monthly numbers from Nielsen show that approximately 212 million Americans...

 
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What is the Best Day to Launch a Social Media...

According to a new report by Yesmail Interactive, Friday is the most popular deployment day for social media marketing campaigns. Trouble is, Tuesday is the day that brings in the most engagement so...

 
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6 SEM Tips for Avoiding Mistakes That Could Cost...

In any large, complex search marketing account, there are bound to be some mistakes. Considering the scope of most large accounts, these mistakes are almost always relatively tiny. That said, some...

 

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PPC vs. SEO: The Culmination of The Showdown

The world of search engine marketing is a highly contested battlefield between its two “kings” namely pay-per-click (PPC) advertising and search engine optimization (SEO). “Search spending is...

 

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Avoid an Uphill Climb with Your Company’s PPC...

If your company’s pay-per-click Internet marketing campaigns are getting little to no traction, what do you plan to do about it? As a small business owner, some of the first things you should do...

 

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Adwords Doesn’t Have To Break The Bank

The most common response I hear when asking people what they don’t like about AdWords is that it can be costly. While pay-per-click advertising can actually be the most cost-effective way to go about advertising, I can empathize with that complaint. While pay-per-click advertising can actually be the most cost-effective way to go about advertising, […]
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Penguin Analysis: SEO Isn’t Dead, But You Need to...

The new Google Penguin update was a big change that has been very unsettling to SEO’ers, both blackhats and whitehats. It seems that everywhere you go, people who had previously considered themselves to be “professionals”, are now dumbfounded as their stable authority sites have moved from ranking in the top 5 for competitive keywords, to […]
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I Was Wrong About Linkwheels – They Don’t...

In a previous article, I asserted that based upon the areas targeted by the Penguin and Panda updates, link wheels should still work, and might even be the ideal SEO technique for the post-Penguin era. In that article, I advised my reader that this was simply theory at this point, and I promised to report […]
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