Posts in the SEO category

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The Google Webmaster Central Blog has announced that meaningful URLs will count even more in the latest algorithm update. Google search results are getting a facelift, as well, with the website name becoming the active link while presenting the URL structure of a page likeRead more

John Jantsch of Ducttapemarketing.com often shares quick, helpful marketing tools and strategies with his followers. In his review of the new “cards” feature rolled-out by YouTube, which allows you to add links at selected points in your video, John notes how the native YouTube cardsRead more

Alien pug says: 2015 is the year we invade. For 10 Blogging Resolutions for 2015 at aimbiz.com

Now that the big ball has fallen in Times Square and polar bears around the globe have plunged bravely into icy waters, it’s time to make resolutions for the upcoming year in an effort to do better at what we resolved to improve last yearRead more

What does it take to improve your business using online resources? We’ve put together a list of our top 10 tactics, tactics that we’ve seen work and that other online marketers attest to as well. In addition to the tactics listed, there are two otherRead more

Gravestone photo with R.I.P. Google Keyword Tool etched on it.

The old AdWords keyword tool is gone (thanks a bunch, Google) and with it one of the best free SEO tools available to small businesses interested in optimizing their content for search results. Alas, we will miss all the keyword ideas that were generated byRead more

Combination lock photo for Everything You Want to Know about WordPress SEO blog post at AIMBIZ

…but don’t know what to ask. If you have a WordPress website, you already have one of the best tools for creating content that is highly optimized for search engines. WordPress’s link structure and tools for applying meta tags and other HTML elements are readyRead more

Meta description tag blog image of a cat with attitude.

Consider ad copy that’s full of hyperbole such as “this is the greatest cat bath ever” or “you won’t believe your eyes”. Most people see such claims as marketing excess and pass them over. Search results work the same way. When a result pops upRead more

Google takes flight as the main image for an AIM post about Google

Many SEO companies like to make search engine optimization seem highly technical or even a bit magical. But as Google continues to refine its search algorithms and ranking methods, one thing is clear. Old-school SEO link-building is a bad tactic that will likely backfire onLearn more about SEO

Twin Owls image for Two blog posts are better than one at AIMBIZ.com

People love previews: we love previews when we go to the movies; we love previews of books, apps, TV shows, music. If we could preview important events in our lives, such as getting married or seeing what our kids will be like as teens, we’dRead more

Photo of a hamster disguised as a lemming in a post concerning the use of WordPress tags for SEO

In the search for extra terrestrial life, NASA uses a “follow the water” strategy while in creating a sound search result on the Internet, Google uses a “follow the links” strategy. When links from one page link-through to a separate page with related content, GoogleRead more

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