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Official Google Panda Update Version 3.8 On June 25th

June 25, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

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 update started today or over the weekend like some of the earlier rumors have asked. But there was indeed a refresh to […]

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10 Numbers Every Enterprise SEO Needs On Speed Dial

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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 link-whoring that smaller institutions have to take on in order to compete in the search marketplace. 10 Phone Numbers Every Enterprise SEO Should […]

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Keyword Rich Domain Names – Their SEO Value & Invincibility

June 17, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

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 Rankings/Traffic. The result will highlight how KW rich domain names can be used positively for SEO and show that they will never be devalued […]

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Do You Need To Protect Your SEO Agency From Clients?

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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 arts college in Siloam Springs, Arkansas where drinking, smoking and even dancing were forbidden. Those were the rules, and everyone knew what they were. […]

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Marketers React To News Of Google Shopping Changing To Paid Inclusion With Hope & Concern

June 4, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

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 positive about the switch, though there are definitely some serious concerns. You’d think taking a… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full […]

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How to Evaluate Guest Post Opportunities

June 1, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

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 road if you don’t do it right. He lists several things to look for when searching for the best blogs to guest […]

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How Selling Insurance Helps Me Sell SEO Services

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Post-Google update season is typically a boon for SEO providers (good ones and bad ones unfortunately). The industry isn’t dead or dying, it’s simply evolving. In fact, most things in the business world do not “die”, they simply evolve. I suppose dying versus evolving is a matter of personal preference. I prefer to view markets, […]

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Google Panda 3.7 Refresh Rumors

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The ongoing WebmasterWorld thread has been tracking Google updates and several SEOs there believe that Google is doing a Panda refresh, which would take us to Panda version 3.7. Google has not confirmed a Panda refresh. The last Panda refresh was Panda 3.6 on April 27th so we are due a new Panda refresh any […]

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Do Links From Expired Domains Count With Google?

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Dave Thomas wrote an excellent article on Search Engine Land explaining the value of links from an expired domain name, such as a domain name purchased from Godaddy auctions or expireddomains.net. Here’s a brief excerpt: From time-to-time, issues about how domain names can impact Google rankings come up. Is it true that if you buy […]

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How To Rank a New Site Higher Than an Old One

May 23, 2012 by Larry Dozier No Comments divider image

In the world of SEO, there is a common belief that an old domain will always beat out a new domain in search rankings. In other words, the older the domain the better. The truth of the matter is that’s simply not true. With the right strategies a new domain most certainly can beat out […]

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