Commenting is an interesting blogging activity. Some bloggers comment on other blogs for direct traffic. Others do it for SEO but the winners are those who comment for networking. When you network with the right people in your niche, you end up getting traffic and SEO benefits from these connections. Show More Summary
4 positive response increasing steps to take when inviting guest bloggers Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog How to Ask Someone to Write for Your Blog -- Written by Tristan Higbee, Blogging Bookshelf The post How to Ask Someone to Write for Your Blog appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
Keep your social in tip-top functioning shape by executing these simple, clean procedures in no-time Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog 4 Steps To Social Media Spring Cleaning -- Written by Kristy Bolsinger, Social Media Blog The post 4 Steps To Social Media Spring Cleaning appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
Picking the right domain name for your online business. Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog How To Pick The Right Domain Name -- Written by Ruud Hein, Ruud Hein The post How To Pick The Right Domain Name appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
Tired of the slow, slogging nature of trying to get blog traffic by depending on SEO, living on the content hamster wheel, or being told you have to “engage” on social media all day to attract people over to your blog? Me too. The post Focusing On SEO and Social To Get More Blog Traffic? Here’s Why You’re Wasting Your Time. appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
Stay consistent. Take predetermined action every day. The habit of frequency fosters both character and almost effortless high quality output. Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog 5 Things Successful PPC Managers Do In The Morning -- Written...Show More Summary
Learn to target searchers that are less competitive, less broad, but bring in more money by driving qualified traffic to your site. Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog How To Identify Keywords With Purchase Intent -- Written by Jennifer Blackie, The post How To Identify Keywords With Purchase Intent appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
The scheduling tip alone will boost your reach and engagement: to think about reaching people waiting for meetings is brilliant. Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog 7 Ways To Promote Your Content On Twitter -- Written by Daniel Kosir, The post 7 Ways To Promote Your Content On Twitter appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
These hidden lessons from the Super Bowl struck me. Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog 5 Things I Learned About SEO From Watching The Super Bowl -- Written by Kari Pritchard, The post 5 Things I Learned About SEO From Watching The Super Bowl appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
SEO still matters. Jean Dion recently wrote a piece detailing why search engine optimization is still very much on the plate. You still want to use properly placed keywords, draft blog posts for people not bots, and work to build your reputation to earn legitimate links. Show More Summary
When many people think of SEO, their minds automatically go to the actual practice of optimizing for search. Things like AdWords campaigns, blogging, crafting meta descriptions and more are some of the most common SEO tactics. However, before you jump straight into this implementation mode, it's important to step back and consider your overall strategy [...]Show More Summary
Lugansk News Today has been blogging about Eastern Ukraine in English since August, to inform people about events in his hometown, and to knock RT off the Google top results.
Most people reading this probably do some blogging SEO. And everyone knows about Google updates like Panda and Penguin. If you’re interested in all of that you might also be critical of the way Google sometimes favors certain websites in the search results – even when they might not deserve it. It can seem really...
If search rankings aren't a good measure of site success (I don't think they are - and they're getting less significant every day) then what metrics should site owners be tracking? Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog Metrics That Matter -- Written by Diane Aull, BootstrapSEO The post Metrics That Matter appeared first on Search Engine People Blog.
Summary: Early in 2014, Google's Search Genius, Matt Cutts, blogged and provided a video saying that guest blog posting was becoming something that PR people may want to consider staying away from (and SEO folks should really take notice of).
Sorry. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you know all that work you do to drive people to your blog posts? All the content optimization (don’t you say SEO!), all the agonizing over your headline, even the nitty-gritty of your word choice and sentence crafting? Yeah, well, most people aren’t going [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
If you start reading some of the articles appearing today about SEO, you’ll think this technique for getting your blog read by as many people as possible is all but dead. Many of those articles were written by people using black hat techniques to try and sell you something like a membership to a thinly disguised link farm. Show More Summary
Matt Cutts dropped the hammer today on people that are guest blogging for links. Matt Cutts stated “I’m calling it: if you’re using guest blogging as a way to gain links in 2014, you should probably stop. Why? Because over time it’sShow More Summary
The perception of blogging has changed significantly over the past few years. Today, people in every industry are realizing the crucial role it plays in increasing traffic, boosting search engine rankings, and establishing authority and trust with users. A good blog can significantly increase a brand's overall online performance, it can help attract leads into [...]Show More Summary
Spammers and SEO people used to post lots of comments on news sites and blogs, backlinking to their clients' websites. Now that Google punishes the backlinked sites, these guys are scrambling, begging and threatening to get publishers--their victims!--to remove the links that they posted.