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6 Ways To Repurpose Your Blog Content

last weekInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

Should you repurpose your blog content? According to online marketing influencers, Crazy Egg and KissMetrics Co-Founder Neil Patel, as well as Moz Co-Founder Rand Fishkin, you should—but you should do so with care. Based from my ownShow More Summary

How We Increased Our Email Response Rate from ~8% to 34%

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by STMartin It's no secret that reply rate is the golden metric of email campaigns. The reason is obvious. As opposed to open and click rate, reply rate tracks how many recipients were interested (or annoyed) enough to actually write you back. Show More Summary

Accelerate Your SEO Knowledge: New SEO Bootcamps and In-House Training from Moz

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by BrianChilds SEO training classes provide a smart, accessible way to accelerate your knowledge of our industry's best practices, tools, and processes. For several months we've offered three workshops on our SEO Training page...Show More Summary

The 2017 Local SEO Forecast: 10 Predictions According to Mozzers

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by MiriamEllis Maybe it takes a bit of daring to forecast local search developments in quarters 2, 3, and 4 from the fresh heights of Q1, but the Moz team thrives on challenges. In this post, Rand Fishkin, Dr. Pete Meyers, George...Show More Summary

How to Uncover Hidden Keyword-Level Data Using Google Sheets

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by SarahLively TL;DR Keyword-level data isn’t gone, it’s just harder to get to. By using Google Sheets to marry the data from Search Console and Google Analytics into a sheet, you’ll have your top keywords and landing page engagement metrics together (for free!). Show More Summary

The Keyword + Year Content/Rankings Hack - Whiteboard Friday

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by randfish What's the secret to earning site traffic from competitive keywords with decent search volume? The answer could be as easy as 1, 2, 3 — or more precisely, 2, 0, 1, 7. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand lets you inShow More Summary

A Guide to JSON-LD for Beginners

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by alexis-sanders What is JSON-LD? JSON-LD stands for JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data, which consists of multi-dimensional arrays (think: list of attribute-value pairs). It is an implementation format for structuring data analogous to Microdata and RDFa. Show More Summary

Reputation, Rankings, and Revenue: Navigating Local for Non-Technical People

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by MiriamEllis Your local SEO agency needs new clients in 2017. Your department needs to convince management to earmark robust resources for local SEM this year. What if the only thing standing in your way is presentation? InShow More Summary

3 Not-So-SEO-Friendly Trends to Watch Out For

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by Daniel_Marks It seems like every couple months (weeks?) there’s a new post predicting the end of SEO: But rather than proclaiming that SEO is already dead (it’s not), let’s look at 3 ways in which the SEO industry might eventually die and ways in which SEOs can prepare themselves. 1. Show More Summary

It's Time to Stop Doing On-Page SEO Like It's 2012

last weekInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by randfish Friends and fellow SEOs, I just need a few minutes of your time. This is gonna be short and sweet. If you're optimizing a page to rank well for a keyword or set of keywords, you probably use some sort of checklist to make sure you're doing the right things. Show More Summary

Creative Commons Launches New Search Engine for Finding Free, Legal Images by @MattGSouthern

Creative Commons has launched the beta version of a new search engine which is designed to make it even easier to find free-to-use images. The post Creative Commons Launches New Search Engine for Finding Free, Legal Images by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google to Implement Anti-Piracy Code in Search Results by June 1st by @MattGSouthern

Google, along with other search companies, are close to finalizing an agreement to implement an anti-piracy code for search results. The post Google to Implement Anti-Piracy Code in Search Results by June 1st by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google Asked to Remove Over a Million Websites for Copyright Infringement by @MattGSouthern

Google’s latest transparency report reveals the number of domains the search giant has been asked to remove has reached a new milestone of one million. The post Google Asked to Remove Over a Million Websites for Copyright Infringement by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

OK Google, Give Me Some Fun Facts About Animals and Nature by @MattGSouthern

Google introduced a new search feature designed to instantly deliver fun facts about plants, animals, fruits, and vegetables. The post OK Google, Give Me Some Fun Facts About Animals and Nature by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

75% of Multilingual Websites Have Hreflang Implementation Mistakes by @@DigitalAnya

SEMrush recently analyzed 20,000 websites with multiple language versions and found that 75% of websites have at least one hreflang implementation mistake. The aim of the research was to draw SEO specialists’ attention to hreflang implementation issues and help them understand their potential threat. Show More Summary

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